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Excelsior Youth Behavioral Center offers gift cards to employees

Sharing a nice gesture in Spokane this morning amid our coronavirus quarantine life: Excelsior Youth Behavioral Center has offered to give each of its more than 200 employees a $35 gift card to any one restaurant from The Spokesman-Review’s continually updated takeout menu list. Awesome! Please be safe and well!

Restaurants are available for takeout orders

With the closure of restaurants since Tuesday, businesses have reached out to The Spokesman-Review to be added to our list of establishments offering takeout. Please continue to reach out.

Totally cool! Eat, drink and be merry at the Davenport Grand’s terrace igloos

The holidays are over, but the Davenport Grand Hotel is offering a new experience that celebrates winter without the use of ice skates, skis or sleds. Six igloos located on the hotel’s second-floor terrace opened on Jan. 15 and boast an evening of luxury, fun and celebration and views of downtown and Riverfront Park.

Gonzaga memories of China Dragon, Kim’s Korean Restaurant in Spokane linger

The Spokesman-Review’s photo editor, Liz Kishimoto, and I have a number of important things in common. She and I are the only minority managers at this 136-year-old newspaper and carry the diversity flag proudly. We both live in this city that isn’t known for its ethnic cuisine, but I have been pleasantly surprised since returning to the Lilac City in April.

S-R reader shares his longtime love of pho in Spokane

I very much enjoyed your piece in Wednesday’s S-R Food section comparing Three Sisters and Le Brothers. We, too, have been longtime – some 25 years – fans of pho in Spokane, and our favorite place today also is Pho Van.