SPOKANE FAMILY TAKEOUT MEAL DEALS

We’ve been following the shelter-in-place rule for (who knows how many) weeks now. At-home activities have included zoom meetings, reading lots of books, watching Netflix, doing at home exercises, soaking up some quality family time, and of course… lots of snacking. If you’re running out of ideas for dinner, or just tired of cooking and […]

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6 REASONS I TRUST SNYDER FAMILY DENTAL WITH MY TEETH

At a typical dentist appointment, you check in, go back to the chair, get your teeth cleaned, maybe some x-rays, then you’re done. Not at Snyder Family Dental! You’ll start your visit with a friendly welcome from their knowledgeable staff. Then, choose from one of their many comfort amenities like a beverage, blanket, phone charger, […]

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Daily Bread: My Interview with Shaun Duffy from The Grain Shed

 by Taylor Hartanov @hartanovhappyhour I am completely smitten with The Grain Shed. Located in the South Perry district of Spokane, The Grain Shed is a bakery/brewery that sources all their ingredients locally. At the heart of the bakery stands a custom-built wood-fired oven, which is their only cooking device and turns out equally delicious chocolate […]

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10 ROMANTIC RESTAURANTS IN SPOKANE

I know there are a lot of mixed feelings that come with Valentine’s Day, but I think any holiday that gives you an excuse to show some extra love is a winner in my book. Plus, it’s my birthday so… double trouble! I  received a ton of requests for a list of where to celebrate […]

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GLUTEN-FREE FOOD AROUND SPOKANE

Guest post by Taylor Hartanov @hartanovhappyhour I still remember when my mom came home from the doctor ten years ago and told me she had been diagnosed with Celiac Disease and was no longer able to eat gluten. I think my exact words were “no more bread? I’d rather die” … Hmm what a sympathetic […]

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PARK INN

Established in 1932, Park Inn is not only Spokane’s oldest restaurant, but the oldest restaurant in Eastern Washington. If that’s not impressive enough, Park Inn was the first place to serve pizza in the city (an action that I cannot thank them enough for). It’s no coincidence that PI is still around after all this […]

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FERY’S CATERING

Over thirty years ago, Fery Haghighi left her home in Tehran, Iran and immigrated to Spokane with her family. In 1980, she opened her first business, Au Croissant, which introduced the first espresso drinks and handcrafted croissants to the area. Fery made her famous croissants in a steam oven that was specifically built for making […]

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