Miller and Whitten buildings
Directions: The ale house can be entered from corner of Sprague and Post.
Spokane’s age of elegance
The Miller and Whitten buildings, both listed on the Spokane historic register, date from the re-building following the Great Fire of 1889 and are great examples of Spokane’s age of elegance in architecture.
The Miller Block, on the left, is Richardsonian Romanesque featuring detailed scrollwork and arched windows on the third floor. The adjacent 1890 Whitten Block houses the Post Street Ale House on the ground floor and was once the site of Louis Davenport’s restaurant prior to hotel construction. The two buildings were renovated in the early 1990s to house the luxury Lusso Hotel.
Directions to the next stop: Olive Garden
0.4 mi away
Head west on W Sprague Ave toward S Lincoln St
Take the 1st right onto N Lincoln St
Take the 2nd right onto W Main Ave
Turn left onto N Wall St