Joanna James, Mareya Ibrahim and Anita Lo spoke before an audience at the Bing Crosby Theater on Saturday after a screening of "A Fine Line," an award-winning documentary about women in the food industry directed by James. The event was part of The Spokesman-Review’s Northwest Passages Book Club.
(Beer) batter up? The Spokane Indians have their 2019 season home opener Friday night against the Boise Hawks at Avista Stadium, but a new season of baseball isn’t the only thing that is making its debut this weekend. Five concession items are premiering this Indians season, offering more variety beyond hamburgers, hot dogs and beer. New to the menu at Avista: salmon burgers, boneless chicken wings, berry acai cups, yakisoba noodle bowls and Philly cheese steaks.
When he opened Central Food, David Blaine’s business was the first in Kendall Yards. He’s watched the neighborhood grow around him.
Luna, the neighborhood restaurant on the South Hill’s Perry Street, has gained a reputation in its 25 years as a go-to spot for special occasions – anniversaries, birthdays and romantic dinners. But ask owner Aaron DeLis about Luna, and he says that the New American restaurant is meant to be enjoyed at all times.
June 7 is National Doughnut Day – hooray! The usually-by-the-dozen desserts are an affordable option at Safeway, Rosauers and Krispy Kreme, and they’re great – a dozen original glazed, anyone? But for a more elevated (raised and glazed?) experience, here are seven spots in Spokane for delicious doughnuts.
Palm Court Grill inside the Davenport is offering a five-course dinner, hotel and ticket package through June 23 in celebration of artist Dale Chihuly’s glass exhibit at Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, which also runs through June 23.
Whether $5 or $500, the food just needs to be good. This has been my mantra while writing about food for the past 15 years in my 23-year career as a journalist, which also has included the coverage areas of news, celebrities, nightlife, music, arts and entertainment. Whether it’s Sonic Drive-In or steak and seafood, hot dogs or Jose Andres, apple pie or Adam Hegsted, the food just needs to be good.
I’ve traveled most extensively in southern India, but I’ve ventured north, too. And the food, like the culture, varies tremendously between the two. Trying to make a definitive statement about
The Mango Tree, a new restaurant featuring mostly northern Indian cuisine, opened the downtown space formerly occupied by Hill’s, and its staff is striving to serve some of the freshest naan, samosas, pakoras and lassi around.
May 28 is National Burger Day, so if you're reading this online at spokesman.com, you’re on a roll (OK, a bun, actually). If you’re reading this in today’s Food section, you need to ketchup. So … back to more important matters, newsroom employees at The Spokesman-Review, in celebration of National Burger Day, were asked the following: What’s the best burger in Spokane – and why?