DOCKSIDE

Dockside has the view you hope to see when you visit Coeur D’Alene Resort. Along with a stunning view, you get unique food (seafood is most impressive), beautifully presented, friendly environment (restaurant & resort staff), and a “gooey”. Located on the first floor of Coeur D’Alene Resort, Dockside is easily accessible through the main lobby and they offer free parking […]

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MAIN MARKET CO-OP

Main Market Co-op is home to the only organic salad bar in Spokane. I thought I would miss having a Whole Foods nearby, but Main Market makes me forget Whole Foods even exists. They have a hot and cold salad bar with selections that change daily. Their salad dressings are BOMB. In the grocery section, you […]

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THE LANTERN TAPHOUSE- SPOKANE RESTAURANT WEEK

The Lantern Taphouse is one of the awesomely unique, local places to choose from on Perry Street, on the South Hill. Aside from their fantastic environment and interior (rustic feeling with exposed brick walls and artwork for sale), this is the perfect place to enjoy some great food/drinks and just hang out. If you’re in a […]

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CELEBRATIONS BAKERY

Celebrations Bakery is exactly what I imagine when I think of a great, local bakery that makes the best cakes. Each city has a bakery like this that you look and look for, and once you find it, there is no turning back. I stumbled upon this cute bakery as I was walking around the Garland […]

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PETIT CHAT BAKERY

Petit Chat is perfect in every way. The moment you walk inside, you are overwhelmed with the aroma of fresh baked bread and cinnamon rolls. If I could buy a Petit Chat candle… I would buy 5. Their store is HUGE with a bread section, cafe, then a very large seating area full of tables, benches, […]

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CENTRAL FOOD

Central Food has one of the best views in the city. Downtown Spokane: Check Spokane River: Check Centennial Trail: Check ALL IN ONE PICTURE Located in Kendall Yards, right along the Spokane River. I love watching people run on the beautiful Centennial Trail while I consume large amounts of calories… LOL. Their food is killer! Below […]

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MARY LOU’S MILK BOTTLE

Mary Lou’s Milk Bottle is a true Spokane staple. When the restaurant has a literal milk bottle constructed into the exterior, you can’t resist stopping in to have a milkshake.  Oreo is my preference. We always order one milkshake and ask them to split it. It fits perfectly in two glasses and it’s just the right size to […]

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WISCONSINBURGER

Wisconsinburger was voted “best burger” in the Inlander Reader’s Poll and they deserve it! Once you go Wisconsinburger, you never go back. As said by a true Wisconsinite, “This place is truly authentic. The burgers are traditional and full of calories, as they should be.” Wisconsin burger is locally owned and inspired by the mom-and-pop burger […]

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THE BLACKBIRD

The Blackbird is within walking distance from my office, and now that i’ve tasted their creations, I’m worried for my waistline and my wallet. They keep it very clean and the lighting and ambiance are perfect for a nice lunch date. I really have to hand it to “The Blackbird” for their creativity and not […]

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WHERE TO EAT: SEATTLE

2 DAYS IN SEATTLE: WHERE TO EAT. One of the best parts about living in Spokane is being a quick trip away from Seattle. In my opinion, the two cities couldn’t be more different. Seattle is all about the hustle and bustle. If you’re lucky enough to get to visit, be sure to try some of […]

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