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  • To die for

    Something’s rising in north Spokane. Dawn of the Donut, Spokane’s only zombie-themed doughnut shop, opened Friday to a line that wrapped around the shop at 3402 N. Division St., selling …


  • Rainbow of flavors

    Summer’s sweetest treat is enjoying a seasonal resurgence in Coeur d’Alene. Both Pilgrim’s Market and Scratch Creamery & Pizzeria are offering a new rainbow of house-made flavors, ranging from strawberry …


  • Riverfront Park’s Fountain Café opening in time for Bloomsday

    Just in time for patio weather and Bloomsday runners, there’s a new place to dine in Riverfront Park. The Fountain Café opens to the public this week. The new outdoor …


  • Fusion Flours creators open take-out business with gluten-free foods

    It’s no exaggeration to say that gluten-free eating saved Tara Wright’s life. Now, she’s hoping to help others who can’t eat gluten with her new business. Almost three years after …


  • Prospectors goes back to the future

    Prospectors Bar and Grill on North Division Street has been reunited with its original owners. The restaurant closed just before Christmas but was reopened in late January by Mike and …


  • Central intelligence

    David Blaine wasn’t dreaming about the day he would run his own restaurant. As his daughter approached high-school graduation, Blaine and his wife naturally began talking about the changes her …


  • Twenty years later, Luna still feels at home

    While many people dread the rush of holiday festivities that begin at Thanksgiving and race into the new year, Marcia Bond can’t help but smile. For her, the festivities are …


  • Hop Jack’s hits Spokane

    What’s a Hop Jack? Find out at a new casual neighborhood eatery in north Spokane. An intriguing 30-foot mural on the back wall inside the new Hop Jack’s restaurant, 9265 …


  • Unprocessed server

    It all started with a 30-day challenge. Nick Murto and his son were reading fitness giant Tony Horton’s latest book when they settled on the plan. They would try to …


  • Coeur d’Alene’s Wine Cellar move complete; new Capone’s to be built in Hayden; Bistro on Spruce updates menu

    The Wine Cellar is taking it to the street level and beyond. After 20 years in its cozy, subterranean home, the restaurant has reopened next door at 317 E. Sherman …


  • Cupcake crusaders

    Judy Rozier and Sally Winfrey are living the sweet life now. There’s just one small problem with it: The days start at 4 a.m. The baking duo got their start …


  • Monica, Shane Sanders speak fluent dessert

    Monica and Shane Sanders know something about love’s first bite. Shane was in the military when he met Monica in her native Colombia. They had an instant connection but one …


  • Bulldog adds some new bites

    It was once the Bulldog Tavern and Burger Emporium, so naturally the burgers and hand-cut fries are still there, but the folks down at The Bulldog have added some smoke …


  • The Dish: Haney’s ‘Shack’ has distinct shine

    It’s gotta be the nicest shack in town. The Rusty Roof’s Burger and Shake Shack near Mead High School isn’t the hovel you might expect. Owners Frank and Shanna Haney’s …


  • Sushi Track offers delectable treats on a conveyor belt

    Sushi-go-round, conveyor belt sushi or kaiten-sushi, call it whatever you like – this fast-food-style sushi can be found at Sushi Track in Spokane. Slide up to the counter or sit …


  • New Spokane frozen yogurt store offers healthy assortment

    Steve Kraft calls Froyo Earth the first store in his chain. The new self-serve frozen yogurt store opened last week near First Avenue and Division Street for cool treats. Customers …


  • Queen of Sheba a new dining treat

    Sharing a meal takes on a whole new dimension with the opening of Queen of Sheba. The restaurant, Spokane’s first taste of Ethiopian cuisine, serves customers dishes in the traditional …


  • Adding some spice to the eatery scene

    There’s a new way to get a taco-truck fix: El Que. Taco-truck food and infused tequilas are the foundation of the new joint, which co-owner John Grollmus describes as “50 …


  • Ale House brings pub atmosphere to former Fugazzi, Cavallino site

    The former Fugazzi and Cavallino’s space roared back to life Friday with the opening of the Post Street Ale House. Developer Walt Worthy remodeled and reopened the public house at …


  • Former Twigs location receives a major makeover

    Relax. Many of the same faces are still there. And a lot of the old favorites from the early days of Twigs and Bin 98Twenty are on the menu, says …


  • ‘Dish’ is gourmet off the beaten path

    They’re calling the restaurant Dish Home Cooking, but let’s be honest: It would only be home cooking to someone who happens to live with a chef. Owners Gary and Laura …


  • The Dish: That’s one Crazy idea

    Think opening a restaurant is crazy? How about opening one during a lingering national recession: One that serves only four basic sandwiches from a menu that was dreamed up some …


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