This year’s restaurant week is coming up at end of February, and the format is similar to last year’s inaugural event: Go to a participating restaurant, get a three-course meal for a fixed price, repeat as desired.
A few things have changed, however, and the biggest change is the name: last year's Spokane Restaurant Week is now Inlander Restaurant Week. This is partially because the Inlander is again pairing with Visit Spokane to organize it, but also because — the most exciting part — restaurant week is going regional with restaurants in Post Falls and Coeur d’Alene on this year’s list of participants.
Many other things are the same: It will still be 10 days instead of an actual week; price points will still be $18 or $28; restaurants are still encouraged to offer local wine, beer and spirits.
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