Posts tagged: spokane7
We’ve all asked or been asked the same question when it comes time to dine in unfamiliar surroundings: Where’s a good place to eat? Most answers are a question: What do you want? Italian, seafood, steak or a sandwich? Fancy or casual? Those general categories, along with a couple other ethnic options – Mexican, Greek, Chinese – seem to cover most bases, or at least get a sense of what the inquisitor wants. Our restaurateur got this question a lot. The category he always included – and which nearly always topped the list – was view. With this idea percolating, we took our wives to what is simply the best water experience in the area: We settled onto the patio at Anthony’s on a late spring afternoon for a glass of wine, an appetizer, a lovely view of the Spokane Falls complete with the soundtrack of roiling water and, what we do best, a debate/Dave Trimmer & Dan Coyle, SR Spokane7. More here.
Question: Where's your favorite place to eat on the water in the Inland Northwest?
Alt-county/traditional American music act Son Volt performs Tuesday night at the Knitting Factory. Son Volt will be playing at the Knitting Factory on Sprague in Spokane Tuesday. Features Editor Carolyn Lamberson interviewed Son Volt guiding force Jay Farrar for the improved Spokane7 section in today's SR. You can read all about this alt-country/traditional rock group here.
Question: Do you follow Son Volt?