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Chad White, partners to open taco shop Uno Mas in Spokane Valley

Chef and restaurateur Chad White, Hello Sugar owners Ramsey and Amy Pruchnic and TT’s Old Iron Brewery and BBQ owner Travis Thosath are opening a taco shop, Uno Mas, in the former location of Hello Sugar in Spokane Valley with a target start date of mid-March.

Larry Phelps takes over kitchen at Ambrosia Bistro and Wine Bar

When owners Scott and Kara Cook opened Ambrosia Bistro and Wine Bar 15 years ago, their goal was to “bring a feeling of ‘downtown’ to the Spokane Valley,” their website reads. Today, as Larry Phelps takes on the role of executive chef, the goal is much the same.

Great unsung heroes, aka side dishes, in Spokane

It can be potatoes (mashed, fried, au gratin, etc.), salads or one of any other number of options: Side dishes are the unsung heroes of dinner. Here are three noteworthy restaurants that offer great side dishes in Spokane. A side dish can be anything that accompanies an entrée.

Five top house-made condiments in Spokane

Whether you’re the kind of person who eats fries with ranch or ranch with fries – if you don’t like ranch, I don’t know what to say to you – the secret to a great shareable menu item is usually going to be the sauce. Here are five great places to find house-made sauces in Spokane.

Taco Bell chicken sandwich taco is the change of pace we needed

Taco Bell, it seems, is leaning into this collective cultural confusion with its long-awaited entry into the Great Chicken Sandwich Wars that have pitted fast food chains into a nationwide arms (wings?) race, with each concocting a fried-bird-and-bun combo.

Five top Spokane food spots from a teen’s perspective

Chicago is known for its pizza, Seattle for its seafood and New York for its pastrami. Spokane, however, is well-regarded for its wide variety of high-quality restaurants. Here are five of the best restaurants in Spokane, each adding something significant to the scene.