Frank's Diner is a diner with a twist, you'll dine in an elegant Northern Pacific Railroad car. The car has been converted into a diner, but with all of the charm of 1906 railroad car. The diner serves American cuisine, try the Chicken Pot Pie or Chicken Fried Steak.
Wild Sage American Bistro offers creative and beautifully prepared meals. The bistro is decorated in warm dark colors which creates a cozy and relaxed atmosphere. The bistro also has a wide selection of local and international wines.
Whoever said healthy eating doesn't taste good obviously ate elsewhere. Delectable dishes like Portobello mushroom burgers, fennel crusted feta-potato cakes and strawberry coconut salad are sure to delight. It is friendly, smoke-free, and offers dairy-free alternatives for strictly vegetarian diners. There are a variety of wines, including non-alcoholic, to compliment any meal. You can reserve the wine bar, a perfect place to take it easy with a small gathering of friends or co-workers.
Wisconsinburger is where you can satiate your craving for hefty burgers. Created using locally sourced, natural ingredients, the burgers served here have a dedicated fan following. Freshly ground beef goes into the making of their signature burger which is stacked with caramelized onions and cheddar cheese. Later, the masterpiece is concealed in artisan buns thus promising you a burger like no other. Onion rings and cheese curds make perfect side dishes, and they also have a decent selection of drinks on offer.
If you want a delicious and filling lunch head to Domini's Sandwiches. This local sandwich shop offers sandwiches stacked high with meat and vegetables. The price is moderate and the service is fast and friendly.
The menu boasts being voted Spokane's best. It's hard to argue when Kahlua coffee warmers cause newcomers to feel welcome. If a Hibernian corned beef sandwich or an O'Caesar's salad with a pint of Guinness aren't enough to whet your appetite, then get your fill with a one pound Big "O" Burger. Remember to nail a dollar bill with your name on it to the wooden wall to become an honorary O'Doherty.
When Dick's Hamburgers opened in 1964, it was the first original fast food joint of the city and has been an institution ever since for burger lovers in Spokane. Don't be confused with the well-known Seattle chain, Dick' Drive-in as this is an independent eatery. Drive in to this place, take out, or dine-in and you will know why it is so popular. Dig into their whammy burgers, fries and shakes that will not only make your appetite happy but also your wallet. Everything is prepared fresh as per order. You will find roadies, families and groups at this joint tucking in their cheap and delicious bites. Please bring cash along as credit cards are not accepted.
This perky, colorful coffee shop is a great place if you want coffee on the run but you don't want to sacrifice quality. The coffee is roasted by Dutch Bros themselves, ensuring freshness and quality. There are also many quirky combos; get your coffee with Dutch chocolate blend milk or chocolate macadamia nut flavor. Call for opening hours.
Welcome to the home of gratifying gourmet sandwiches, salads and sinful desserts that taste great on the go. Choose from nine super specialties, like the High Nooner (egg salad, cream cheese, bacon and a tomato on homemade 12-grain bread); Cooper's Nooner (turkey, BBQ sauce, peppers and onions); or one of the six other grilled sliced delights. Three locations and free delivery make this one of Spokane's best sandwich shops. Catering is also available for business luncheons.
Red Lion BBQ & Pub is the favorite among locals for great food and sports watching. Happy hour is a hit and can get pretty crowded but the service is fast and the beer is cold. Whichever team you root for you will always have fun with the lively, energetic crowd that frequents the Red Lion. Trip-tip, salmon, ribs and chicken are their specialty and their side dishes make you feel like you are at a backyard barbecue.
It's easy to be a fan of this American sports bar with its bit of European zest. Sounds of soccer and baseball games blend with trophies and flags from various countries in the pub-like atmosphere. Wine-broiled chicken breast and German sausage sandwiches, served with a side of fried bread and honey, are succulent dishes sure to satisfy any stomach. If you're in a hurry, get some barbecued ribs or chicken to go. Expect to spend between $10 and $20 for a satisfying dinner and a few drinks.