There are so many businesses that could use some extra lovin’ and we decided to provide y’all with a complete guide to a day spent shopping Sprague Ave. Follow along for our break-down of all the fun and funky businesses there are to see!
For when you start your morning:
Cravens Coffee Company | 115 N Magnolia St | 509-747-6424
Founded in 1993, Cravens Coffee Company prides itself on their uncompromising pursuit of the world’s finest beans, wherever they are. They only use fair-trade coffee beans, a win-win if you ask me. No need to stop for a cup of joe on the way. Try out Cravens Coffee Company to start your day shopping around Sprague.
For when you’re ready to shop:
Two Women Vintage Goods |2012 E Sprague Ave| 509-624-4322 | @twowomenvintagegoods
Stop by Two Women Vintage Goods, voted the best vintage goods in Spokane! They offer antiques, vintage items, home and holiday décor. Bonus: they even offer coffee in store (we know that one cup just doesn’t cut it somedays) no shame!
Sprague Avenue Vintage | 1812 E Sprague Ave | 509-279-2675| @spragueavevintage
Sprague Ave Vintage carries an eclectic bunch of vintage goods. They make sure to keep their clothing and furniture options funky and fresh for you. Pop on in to grab some crazy, last minute stocking stuffers that are sure to be Santa approved.
Blue Cat Vintage Spokane |1919 E Sprague Ave | 509-655-1611| @bluecatvintagespokane
This shopping experience is for seekers of vintage, antique, retro, or eclectic decor and clothing. Here you will see an array of collectibles for a variety of different occasions. They carry furniture pieces, décor, artwork, glassware…the list goes on and on.
The Rusty Mug | 1916 E Sprague Ave | 509-309-3805 | @therusty_mug
This store is your go-to old-fashioned candy and collectibles shop. The Rusty Mug will be offering a coffee bar soon (because come on…sometimes three cups are necessary)! Browse around their display from all kinds of passionate vendors.
Katze Boutique | 1816 E Sprague Ave | 509-838-5724 | @katzeboutique
At Katze Boutique you will find wearable art made from natural fibers and linen. They carry tons of funky dresses with European designs…and it’s all handmade. Checkout Katze Boutique the next time you’re looking to mix up your wardrobe.
For when you need some furniture:
Bide and Burgeon | 1730 E Sprague Ave | 509-270-3114 | @bideandburgeon
Come look at Bide and Burgeon when you need some trendy furniture or décor at reasonable prices. They offer seating, bedding, accessories and dinnerware. This is one furniture company you don’t want to skip when looking for a bit of a remodel!
Tin Roof Reskued | 1702 E Riverside Ave | 509-535-4122 | @tinroofreskued
Here’s your excuse to buy the furniture you’ve always wanted at 40-90% off! Tin Roof Reskued is the furniture outlet of Tin Roof Furniture. You can find seating arrangements, bedroom sets, light fixtures, rugs and home décor.
The Tin Roof | 1727 E Sprague Ave | 509-535-1111 | @tinrooffurniture
Take a look in The Tin Roof for your furniture needs and inspiration. Their massive showroom is always full of trendy, chic styles. Have some fun with their furniture and design a beautiful space for your home.
Rail Creek Furniture Co. |1801 E Sprague Ave | 509-795-4536 |@railcreek
If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind piece of furniture…look no further than Rail Creek Furniture. This store offers has a variety of things that you can bring home as a new stand-out piece.
For when you need a service:
Wildrose Graphics | 134 N Madelia St | 509-535-8555 | @wildrosegraphics
Wildrose is a Gonzaga community-owned business that provides you with anything custom. From bags and workwear to caps and outerwear, Wildrose Graphics has it all. For all the girl bosses and those aspiring, Wildrose Graphics is federally certified as a woman owned small business!
The Ivory Table Catering Company | 1822 E Sprague Ave | 509-202-2901
The Ivory Table Catering Company was founded on a passion for fabulous food and hospitality. They are committed to present each client with a customized experience; The Ivory Table Catering Company works against presenting “cookie-cutter” catering by actively making each event special. As this current situation has essentially ended all events that need catering, make sure to keep this great company in mind for your future catering needs.
360 Apparel | 1811 E Sprague Ave | 509-924-5219 | @360_apparel
360 Apparel creates custom hats, embroidery and screen prints that can be shipped in all 50 states. Next time your team, girl gang, family or company is in the need for anything custom, 360 Apparel will take good care of you.
For when you want something interactive:
Green Castle Soap & Supply |203 N Stone |509-466-7223 | @greencastlesoap
Stop by Green Castle Soap & Supply to browse their supply of already made soaps. Or sign up for a class where they teach you their soap making tips and tricks. They also keep in stock a large assortment of soap, lotion and lip balm supplies for people who want to do it themselves at home. These soaps are made with a combination of sustainably sourced, food grade raw ingredients; coconut oil for lather, palm oil for hardness and over 30% olive oil for its wonderful skin-softening qualities.
New Moon Art Gallery | 1326 E Sprague Ave | 509-413-9101 | @newmoongalleryspokane
Behind the doors at the New Moon Art Gallery, you will discover an inspirational creative gathering space filled with original, one-of-a-kind artworks by over 75 seasoned & emerging artists from the Inland Northwest. When you’re ready to take a break from browsing stores, New Moon Art Gallery is the perfect spot to recharge while looking at beautiful pieces of art.
Creative Catch Studio | 1804 E Sprague Ave | 509-879-3262 | @creativecatchstudio
Don’t miss your chance to snag pictures with Santa before he has to head back to the North Pole! All of your portrait photography needs can be taken care of at Creative Catch Studio too! Book your session online and then grab a bite to eat after and explore the shops.
Deliberate Strength | 1420 E Sprague Ave | 509-863-2656 | @deliberate_strength
Deliberate Strength can make your fitness goals a reality. They are committed to put you in the best position possible to transform and achieve your goals. Plus, you can claim your free week to give them a try! Add this to your plans for a truly guilt free shopping spree.
For when it’s time to eat:
Checkerboard Taproom | 1716 E Sprague Ave |509-535-4007 | @checkerboardtaproom
If you want a little mixture of food, fun and drinks, pop in the biggest little bar in Spokane. You’ll find two pinball machines and a pool table, as well as old classics like dominoes, playing cards, chess and of course, checkers! Live music frequents this bar and don’t forget the delicious food! Beat the heat with a cold drink in the shade, or warm up with an Irish coffee by the fire.
Benniditos | 1909 E Sprague Ave | 509-290-5018
Two words… Beer buddies. Get the full pizza or order by the slice. Half and full size sandwiches available as well as wings, salads, and desserts.
The Union Tavern | 1914 E Sprague Ave |509-340-9178
A cool new local hang out! Featuring local brews, vino and spirits from around the Northwest. Here, you’ll enjoy a variety of tavern food, from appetizers, burgers, salads and more, in a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere.
Sonnenberg’s Market & Deli | 1528 E Sprague Ave | 509-535-4932
Sonnenberg’s Market and Deli has been proudly serving Spokane since 1891 and are now known as the “oldest meat market in town”. They offer a full-service deli and salad case loaded with many daily varieties. Grab a made to order sandwich when you start to get hungry!
Spiceology | 715 E Sprague Ave | 509-241-3040 | @spiceology
A must on our list is Spiceology. This amazing company will fulfill all of your culinary dreams. Stop by to pick up a fun new blend of spices and challenge yourself to try a new recipe. We recommend stopping here just before lunch, you’ll leave ready to eat!
Best Asian Market | 2022 E Sprague Ave | 509-534-9300
This is the spot in town when searching for the finest Asian ingredients. They sell a variety of produce, spices, grains, proteins, sauces, and so much more!
Zips Drive In | 2125 E Sprague Ave | 509-534-4660
Zip wanted to create a place to get a quick meal at a fair price. At Zips you can expect fresh-off-the-grill hamburgers, hand-cut halibut, crinkle-cut fries, made-from-scratch tarter sauce, and (my favorite) chicken strips.
Northwest Seed & Pet | 2422 E Sprague Ave | 509-534-0694
What? Your pets need to eat too, right? 😉 Fish, Insects, kittens, oh my! Northwest Seed & Pet has enjoyed almost 76 years in business. Owner, Mauk says, “We know what works in the years, gardens and ponds of the Inland Northwest.
For when you have a sweet tooth:
Mi Flavour | 3403 E Sprague Ave | 509-315-4516 | @miflovour
Spokane’s modern French bakery has you covered when you’re ready to have a treat. Pick up a snowman macaron for something sweet and festive. And if you’re really feeling fun, give their ice cream macaron a try…you won’t regret it.
Spokane Cheesecakes | 1420 E Sprague Ave |509-570-0658 | @spokanecheesecakes
This bakeshop specializes in small, individual-sized cheesecakes. They have more than 30 flavors of crust and cake combinations – from their signature Mayan chocolate cheesecake with chocolate ganache, Saigon cinnamon, a hint of chile, and dark-chocolate- and-orange-scented crust, to their limón cheesecake with a vanilla-lemon crust. A great choice for all of my sweet tooths out there 😉
For when you’re done and ready to wind down:
V du V wines | 12 S Scott St | 509-747-3200 | @vduv
Relax and celebrate your Sprague shopping day at V du V Wines! Enjoy a lovely, local wine tasting experience. Join the Morrow and Phillips families (the creators) with a toast grown in the Columbia River Basin.
Brickwest Brewing Co. | 1318 W 1st Ave | 509-279-2982 | @brickwestbeer
Finish up your day with a little pick me up at Brickwest Brewing Co. This is Spokane’s premier brewing company equipped with a full taproom and a park-facing patio space. Cheers you for supporting local!!
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