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Tuesday, October 20, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Happy Hour of the Week: Wandering Table

Details + don’t miss: The menu is Taste & Bites, Sweet Sides and bottled beer for $4; well drinks and daily red or white wine for $6; and $3 off house cocktails. Deviled eggs, pepper spiced chips, duck bacon, spaghetti-stuffed meatballs, a warm chocolate brownie and olive oil gelato were enjoyed with an Old Fashioned and a Hemingway. Everything is

Birds and Bubbles? Yes, it’s fried chicken and champagne for dinner

It might seem like an unlikely pairing, but Wandering Table hosted a Birds and Bubbles dinner across the corridor at the Yards Bruncheon on Thursday night in Kendall Yards, and the casual gathering was nearly sold out. Yes, the dinner was fried chicken, and assorted side dishes, paired with champagne.

Winner, winner

Chef Adam Hegsted is throwing a bash for the second anniversary of his Fried Chicken & Local Beer Dinner Series.

Sexual harassment lawsuit involving popular restaurant settled

A sexual harassment lawsuit filed against The Wandering Table restaurant has been settled and the chef accused of the harassment has quit his job, though the chef said his decision to leave isn’t because of “anything negative.”

Forage for your dinner

Gourmet Foragables & More is teaming up with Wandering Table for its third annual forest-to-plate spring event. Josh Yake of Gourmet Foragables & More will teach guests how to identify native edible plants and mushrooms during a forest-to-table foray. Participants will hike through the woods in search of morels, coral mushrooms, nettles, fiddlehead ferns, cattails and more.

The Dish: Flavorful developments

Dining options are multiplying in Kendall Yards, the development just north of the Spokane River and west of the Monroe Street Bridge. Three new eateries have opened – or are slated to open soon – joining Central Food, the restaurant that has anchored the up-and-coming neighborhood’s food scene since 2012.

Kendall Yards adds brunch to menu

Midcentury modern meets breezy, contemporary style at Adam Hegsted’s new light-filled eatery in Kendall Yards. With its large-windowed walls and black-and-white, chrome-trimmed tables, the breakfast-and-lunch spot serves classic diner fare as well as re-imagined takes on traditional brunch items.

Kendall Yards adds brunch to menu

Midcentury modern meets breezy, contemporary style at Adam Hegsted’s new light-filled eatery in Kendall Yards. With its large-windowed walls and black-and-white, chrome-trimmed tables, the breakfast-and-lunch spot serves classic diner fare as well as re-imagined takes on traditional brunch items.