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Fun with crowd-sourcing

The Food section asked Spokesman-Review readers on Facebook to share their favorite local burger as well as places to get steak and tacos.

Here’s a roundup of some of their answers. Are your favorite spots on the list?

Durkin’s Liquor Bar burger is a religious experience. Only steak I’ve had in town was Spencer’s. It was good. The food truck downtown had fantastic street tacos. – Tim Hamm

Waddell’s Rube Waddell or Cougar Gold. Cougar Gold cheese on a burger? Are you kidding me? Nothing better. – Raymond Vanderlouw

Zip’s for burgers. Churchill’s for steak. Del Taco for tacos. – Judy J. Foster

The “Big O” Burger at The Onion. – Aaron Hendry

Garageland makes my favorite burgers. – Jen Lott

Durkin’s Liquor Bar for best burger! Patti’s Taco Truck for tacos. Wolf Lodge for best steak. – Katy Smith Byrnes

24 Taps for the burger. I don’t believe anywhere else is close. I’ll also say the Tecate Grill for tacos. – Rick Harkins

Wisconsinburger. Casper Fry also makes a good burger. – Jerry Hynes

Twigs has THE BEST burger, the Twigs signature burger in particular. It is perfect: fried onion strings, lemon garlic aioli, bacon and super-juicy 1/2-pound fresh meat patty, and white cheddar on a brioche bun. It beats ANY burger in Spokane. We eat there a couple times a month and this is what my husband and I get every time. – April Westermann

D. Lish has BOMB burgers. – Scott Odekirk

D. Lish is the best burger in Spokane. – Karl Hipple

I love the Rusty Moose. They have a great selection and you can’t beat their elk burger. – Kelly Potter

Best burger at the Elk in Browne’s Addition. – Kathleen Ericksen

Dick’s for fast food burger. – Olivia Grace

Best cheap burger? Burger Royal on East Trent. – Steve Dunn

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