FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 2018
The event is a fundraiser for the Spokane River Forum, which promotes “regional dialogues for sustaining a healthy river system while meeting the needs of a growing population,” according to its website at spokaneriver.net.
The popular mini doughnut shop is opening its second location in Spokane Valley.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 2018
The lively insider’s guide spotlights the best of Spokane’s dining, entertainment, recreation, shopping and culture, including popular indie coffee shops.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19, 2018
The new restaurant and brewery is slated to open in spring 2019 in Spokane Valley.
The Wandermere location of the popular cupcakery and bake shop is moving a mile and a half down North Division Street to a spot near Whitworth University.
This gives the Spokane chef more time to train and raise money.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 18, 2018
Chef Jesse Nickerson is the new executive chef at Manito Tap House. He came to Spokane from Coeur d’Alene, where he was the head chef at the popular Bistro on Spruce. The 36-year-old chef is originally from Boise, where he worked in a high-end Italian restaurant. Italian and Italian-Latin fusion are his specialties. He’s been cooking professionally for 20 years.
The local meal service is geared for on-the-go, health-conscious customers.
Proceeds from the Oct. 13 event benefit Partnering for Progress programs in rural Kenya. Tickets are on sale now.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 13, 2018
The French-born chef wowed judges with his croque monsieur and classic frisee salad. But he ran into trouble with a “too salty” lobster sauce in Wednesday’s “Global Grocery Games” episode.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12, 2018
The episode, dubbed “Global Grocery Games,” features “four chefs representing cuisines from around the world,” according to the description for episode 18 of season 18 on the Food Network’s website at www.foodnetwork.com.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 11, 2018
The cost for the monthly, gluten-free brunch is $22 per person, and that includes aebleskivers with jam and cream, assorted baked goods and smorrebrodkin with smoked salmon, bacon, cheeses, eggs, greens and house-pickled vegetables, all served family style with savory potato chive waffles.
Where to grab grub near the Whitworth University campus
The newest offering from chef Mike Jones specializes in wood-fired, slow-cooked, spice-rubbed brisket, pork ribs, pork shoulder, pork belly and chicken.
MONDAY, SEPT. 10, 2018
The new restaurant and bar is located in a former Masonic temple that also houses the offices of the Syngery Group, a real estate brokerage.
Huevos Rotos is one of the most popular brunch dishes at Clover, which has agreed to share its recipe.
Cinnamon Apple Fries, anyone?
FRIDAY, SEPT. 7, 2018
The high-end coffee shop was recently recognized by the Green Restaurant Association, a nonprofit aimed at helping eateries become more environmentally sustainable.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 6, 2018
Poke Express has opened a second location. The new shop opened in late August in Spokane Valley and specializes in Hawaiian-style poke bowls.
Spokesman-Review reader Sarah Steiner saw the
Through September, the North Side steakhouse is featuring five specials at dinner.
The 26-foot-long Planters NUTmobile is in town until Monday.
Sorry, foodies. There’s no Restaurant Wars this year. The popular food festival and competition, held for the second time last fall, is taking a break this year.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 4, 2018
Woops, a bakery dedicated to making French macarons and Belgian waffles among other sweet treats, is opening Wednesday in downtown Coeur d’Alene.
The Spokane County Interstate Fair is so close you can taste it. The corn dogs and turkey legs, elephant ears and funnel cakes, burgers, doughnuts, curly fries and such curiosities as deep-fried chocolate-chip cookie dough and doughnut hamburgers.