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.
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, 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.
After a one-year hiatus because of the pandemic, Crave Northwest returned Friday with a one-night-only outdoor event that sold out quickly, according to event organizers Adam Hegsted, Tom Stebbins and Karen Upchurch Stebbins.
My first experience with Embers by the Lake in Hauser was in December 2019 when owners Rob and Allison Burnett hosted chef Ricky Webster’s victory celebration for Hallmark Drama’s “Christmas Cookie Matchup.”
We’re one Brick short of a load! I was recently surprised to learn that Sam Milne, head brewer of Spokane’s powerhouse Brick West Brewing, will be stepping down with plans to maybe open something of his own on the westside.
Chef Travis Tveit, who has built a loyal local following as the longtime lead chef at Iron Goat Brewing, has departed Iron Goat and taken the reins at the newly retooled McRuins in Saranac Commons. Chef Tony Brown is pulled between his many projects.
Here in the features and food world, the big news is the introduction of a bill that would make Colby the official cheese of the Badger State. Which provides the perfect reason to finally visit Wisconsinburger a few blocks from the heart of the Perry District.
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.
I was very quiet when one of my chef friends, John Courtney, who at the time was the chef de cuisine for the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, came to town for a meeting. Northern Quest Resort and Casino apparently sent a team of headhunters to Las Vegas.
Amid the record-setting heat wave in the city, business owner Jeremy Tangen officially opened South Perry Lantern in the Perry District on June 30 after a two-week soft opening. South Perry Lantern is located at 1004 S. Perry St. in the former Lantern Tap House.
Shhh ... it’s a secret. The Dish is Spokane’s new whisperings about the happenings in the Inland Northwest’s food and beverage scene. Ever wanted to casually overhear a business owner’s plan for a new restaurant?
After debuting in 2018 and returning the following year, From the Ashes Idaho went quiet in 2020 due to the pandemic but returned with a bang on Saturday, selling out 800 tickets and hosting more than 820 people.
At every stage of my gradual evolution from “picky” to “foodie,” my comfort order hasn’t budged an inch. You see, there’s nothing like a good Caesar salad. In no particular order, here’s a list of seven local restaurants that knock it out of the park.