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Seafood and spice: Inland Pacific Kitchen plans special New Year’s Eve menu

Inland Pacific Kitchen is taking reservations for its New Year’s Eve seating, with a special menu focusing on caviar, sea creatures and spices.

The event not only celebrates the end of the year but the restaurant’s first anniversary. IPK, owned by Kate and Jeremy Hansen, opened last year with a special menu of all-white foods.

This year’s NYE dinner starts with a caviar tasting – there’s a $5 charge for additional grams – then moves onto eel, oysters from Taylor Shellfish Farms, and scallop and prawn tastings, followed by lobster tail. Dessert is chocolate and mosto cotto sorbet.

Dinner costs $175 per person, and the price includes a commemorative gift to take home. There’s only one seating – at 6 p.m. Dec. 31 – and seating is limited. Call (509) 464-6541 for reservations.

IPK is located in the old Washington Cracker Co. building at 304 W. Pacific Ave.

The Hansens also own Sante Restaurant and Charcuterie, Hogwash Whiskey Den, Common Crumb Artisan Bakery and Biscuit Wizard.

On the web: ipkspokane.com.

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