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Alton Brown is coming to Spokane, and he’ll be hungry

UPDATED: Fri., March 3, 2017

Last time TV chef, cookbook author, culinary madman and real Southern gentleman was in town (two years ago today actually, March 3, 2015), he enjoyed coffee at Indaba and Coeur, breakfast at the Scoop and lunch at Stella’s.

Well, Brown is coming back later this month, and he wants our advice on where to eat.

Brown is bringing his latest stage show, “Eat Your Science,” to the INB on March 29. (Tickets and information available here.) He’s resuming his #RoadEats project, in which he solicits dining recommendations from residents of the towns he’s about to visit.

So Spokane: Where should Alton Brown go? Do we send him to Durkin’s for the burger? Or Flying Goat for the Providence pizza? How about the Elk for the Bulgogi Beef Tacos? Post your suggestions for “coffee joints, casual eateries and perfect places for late night after-show snacks” in the comments below, and we’ll compile a list and send them his way.

Brown, who has hosted several Food Network shows, including “Good Eats,” “Iron Chef America” and “Cutthroat Kitchen,” is the author of “I’m Just Here For the Food” and his latest cookbook, “EveryDayCook.” Still don’t know who Alton Brown is? This video below will tell you what you need to know.

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