The Spokane Club is an iconic club located in Downtown Spokane. If you are lucky enough to know someone who is a member, you should definitely convince them to bring you as a guest. When inside, it feels like you’ve escaped Spokane and you are in some old gentlemen’s club. They offer a variety of amenities including athletics, swimming, catering, business, hotel, dining, etc. We all know what I wanted to go for… the food.
Burgundy’s Restaurant is a great spot to have a quiet lunch with family, friends, coworkers, etc. It is not crowded, they have a fresh salad bar, it’s a clean, large space, and service is very attentive. They seem to have changed some of their menu items recently. My company mentioned that the fish and chips were different. Their french dip was raved about. I ordered the mixed vegetable salad with a side of sweet potato fries, because… why not? It’s all about balance.
7 – 11 am; Mon – Sat
7 am – 2 pm; Sun
11 am – 2 pm; Every Day
5 – 9 pm; Mon – Sat
2 pm to close; Mon – Sat
The space was designed by Kirtland C. Cutter, a name “synonymous with the Age of Elegance in Spokane”. He is also known for building the beautiful Glover Mansion which now hosts wedding and events in downtown Spokane.
The club has always focused on community and member engagement. They say, “when you’re here, you’re home.” I sure wish my home was this beautiful…
The Spokane Club (1002 W Riverside // 509.838.8511)
No thanks! I’m well aware of who the members are of “The Spokane Club” id rather eat dirt!