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  • Fresh Sheet: New food festival celebrates best of Pacific Northwest

    Chef Jeremy Hansen is planning a five-day Chefs Week PNW for spring


  • Fresh sheet: Santé, Evans Brothers named Good Food finalists

    Santé Restaurant and Charcuterie in Spokane and Evans Brothers Coffee in Sandpoint have been named Good Food Award finalists.


  • Fresh Sheet: Spokane is home to ‘Best in Class’ cider

    Santé is expanding its breakfast hours, beginning Friday. The downtown bistro will open at 7 a.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Its Butcher Bar will be opening earlier, too, with service …


  • Spokane City Council makes sick leave policy a priority

    Paid sick leave shot to the front of the Spokane City Council’s agenda this year, as council members vowed Tuesday to quickly pass a policy to provide workers the opportunity …


  • Baking up a taste of Europe

    Santé husband-and-wife owners Jeremy and Kate Hansen have opened a bakeshop three blocks from their downtown restaurant. Common Crumb specializes in European-style breads and pastries, such as baguettes, madeleines and …


  • Doug Clark: Bartender, himself in recovery, creates space for others fighting addiction

    It’s not every day you meet a bartender who’s on a mission to help alcoholics turn their lives around. Shawn Kingsbury, however, is definitely not your ordinary bartender.


  • Madeleine’s move means shift for cafe

    Madeleine’s Café & Patisserie, which has anchored the corner of Main Avenue and Wall Street in downtown Spokane for nearly seven years, plans to relocate. The café opened in June …


  • Reservation for romance: Intimate Valentine’s Day options abound

    For all of you hopeless romantics and romantic hopefuls who enjoy memorable meals in darkened restaurants – with, perhaps, a side of flirtation – Friday is your night. It’s not …


  • Here’s the Dirt: Liberty tenants get more space

    A major remodel of the ground floor of the Liberty Building in downtown Spokane has given more retail space for Uncle’s Games and added a lounge in Sante Restaurant and …


  • Ethnic eats

    Meat-and-potato-loving Spokane residents are embracing the bold and unfamiliar flavors of ethnic foods. Unlike most urban cities, home to established food districts where independent grocers and restaurants specializing in a …


  • Pflueger honored by Food & Wine

    Lynette Pflueger, a Spokane native and the former pastry chef at Santé Restaurant & Charcuterie, was one of 50 people considered for the title of People’s Best New Pastry Chef …


  • Despite fire, Santé rolls on

    The crew at Santé Restaurant and Charcuterie is still turning out a limited menu despite a small fire that damaged much of the kitchen equipment. General manager Kate Hansen said …


  • Sapphire Lounge turns to Santé’s Hansen

    Chef Jeremy Hansen, owner and chef at Santé Restaurant and Charcuterie, confirms he’ll be the culinary talent in the kitchen at the new Sapphire Lounge in the revamped Hotel Ruby …


  • Enjoy ‘corkage-free’ Barrister while dining

    Corkage fee is becoming “corkage-free” at some Spokane restaurants. Barrister Winery is working with several local restaurant owners who have agreed to waive a corkage fee – usually $10 to …


  • At 25, Lindaman’s celebrates loyalty

    Merrilee Lindaman is celebrating. She’s taking the whole year to do it. And who could blame her – the gourmet takeout restaurant she started with her brother David is 25 …


  • Savor the flavors at Santé

    Fine dining and books may seem an unlikely pair – but Santé Restaurant and Charcuterie and Auntie’s Bookstore have one important thing in common. Both may inspire you to power …

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