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  • Cafe Roma Working Out Kinks During A Period Of Transition

    Change can be a good thing, especially in the restaurant business. A fresh start usually means an infusion of enthusiasm and new ideas. Of course, change can also mean a …


  • Ii Moon Cafe Steps Up Service Under Quinones

    II Moon Cafe 300 W. Sprague I am a huge fan of Steve Quinones. The man is a master of classic sauces and his Mexican food can truly be called …


  • Ivano’s Will Fill You With Satisfaction

    After spending a recent week on a culinary tour of North Idaho, I can easily say Ivano’s is the best restaurant in Sandpoint. Loads of other Sandpoint restaurants have come …


  • Fugazzi Continues To Please Under New Ownership

    One of the reasons I love covering restaurants is that it’s much like following a soap opera. Chefs and kitchen personnel move around so often, you need a scorecard to …


  • New Ownership Brings Changes At Patsy Clark’s

    What’s up at Patsy Clark’s? After hearing about a major shakeup in personnel and tales of some bizarre floor show, I wanted to see if the venerable restaurant was still …


  • Thai Cafe Was The First And Still Is Among The Best

    It’s so easy to take good Thai food for granted in Spokane. There are at least a half-dozen Thai restaurants where diners can feast on well-prepared, authentic Asian fare. It’s …


  • Ankeny’s New Menu Lives Up To Expectations

    Despite a recent facelift, the decor at Ankeny’s seems hopelessly stuck in the ‘70s. The restaurant on the 13th floor of the Ridpath Hotel is laid out on two levels …


  • Downtown Cucinas Get Creative With Great Food

    What I like about downtown Spokane’s two favorite cucinas is that they make no pretense about serving authentic Italian. Purists who hanker for a traditional, romantic Italian meal should look …


  • New Luna Chef Retains Creative Menu

    Luna at 57th Avenue and Perry When Luna’s original chef, the young and highly creative Abby Yerxa, left for Seattle last January, some foodies wondered whether the stylish restaurant could …


  • Nothing Rustic About This Cuisine

    Upstairs Downtown Main and Howard I can’t fathom why the owners of Upstairs Downtown tack “rustic cuisine” onto the name of their restaurant. The dishes I’ve enjoyed at this lovely …


  • David’s Pizza Loses A Little Bit Of Original New York-Style Edge

    David’s Pizza 4 N. Howard The honeymoon is over. A year and a half ago, when David’s Pizza first opened, I gushed over Spokane’s first New York-style pizza joint.


  • Fery’s (Au Croissant) Deserves A Try

    Fery’s N224 Howard Diners have a huge appetite for anything new. Fortunately, Spokane’s plate has become full with fresh, exciting flavors to savor at all sorts of new places. The …

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