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  • Authentic Indulgence
  • Authentic Indulgence

    Spices don't lie, but global chefs have been known to keep them secret
  • Green Collar Neighborhood
  • Green Collar Neighborhood

    Project Hope brings fresh produce and youth jobs to West Central
      While Central Food, on West Central’s south side, sits high on the bluff above the Spokane River and offers its diners some stunning city views, a glance in the opposite direction reveals thicke
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  • End of Summer
  • End of Summer

    Main Market gains funding and prepares for seasonal changes
      The chalkboards hanging above the Main Market Co-op’s deli case display the words of summer: salads and sandwiches. The case itself holds the food. Packaged meats and peppered steak strips sit a
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  • Wine and Shrooms
  • Wine and Shrooms

    Patit Creek Cellars brings a taste of Walla Walla to downtown Spokane
      Across the street from the Davenport’s Sprague Avenue entrance, Ed Dudley has opened a tasting room to showcase his Walla Walla-based winery’s bounty to those of us residing up north. Long
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  • Washington Wine 101
  • Washington Wine 101

    Vintage Spokane gives us an idea why Inland Northwest wines are taking hold in the industry
      Volcanoes, floods and basalt make good wine. Grapes help too, of course, but where those grape vines take root affects their flavor and quality. The low elevation and aridity found in the Columbia Bas
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  • Geographical Gastronomy
  • Geographical Gastronomy

    A local chef proves that Peruvian cuisine is more than quinoa
      Sara Balcazar-Greene jerks the wok’s long handle toward her sternum, allowing cubes of steak, red pepper strips, tomatoes and spices to spin through the air before they land back in the wok with
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  • Respect the Roast
  • Respect the Roast

    Tips for the ultimate backyard barbecue
      Throwing steak on a hot grill — that’s called grilling. Hot dogs on an open fire — that’s a cookout. Barbecue, as many Texans, Kansas Citians, and pretty much anyone residing south of the
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  • To The Lakes
  • To The Lakes

    Get in the car and find fine dining with a water view
      Tony’s on the Lake Tony’s, about five miles southeast of the Coeur d’Alene Resort, sits alongside one the lake’s many inlets, a location that allows diners to feel far fr
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  • Office Taste
  • Office Taste

    Eat Good lives up to its name in an unsuspecting spot
      Rid your mind of the notion that healthy, sustainable eateries are expensive, pretentious establishments located in the more eccentric parts of town. The office parks and subdivisions ringing Liberty
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  • Acreage and Honors
  • Acreage and Honors

    Santé expands as chef Jeremy Hansen heads to James Beard House
      Jeremy Hansen stands near a table in Santé’s dining area. Behind him, sheets of opaque plastic and green velvet curtain panels cordon off a remodeling area. August is typically downtime i
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  • Crawling for Food
  • Crawling for Food

    A new company offers culinary strolls through downtown Spokane
      Dishcrawl, a three-year-old Palo Alto, Calif.-based company, has planted ambassadors (you could call them tour guides) in several major and not-so-major cities across the country, with the goal of tak
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  • Moss and Culture
  • Moss and Culture

    Tribal elders work to sustain tradition in Wellpinit
      Yellow school buses slow down as they pull off a dirt road, their tires coming to a gritty halt in a field three hours north of Spokane. Kindergarteners through high schoolers disembark; most are from
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  • Guilty Pleasures
  • Guilty Pleasures

    Baja Mexican Restaurant dishes out old-school burritos in Medical Lake
      Word on Lefevre Street in Medical Lake is that Baja Mexican Restaurant has some humongous burritos. It does. But one look at its equally humongous five-page menu will show that there’s quite a b
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  • The Best Summer Ever! — Food
  • The Best Summer Ever! — Food

      HAVE A DOG AT THE BALLPARK AVISTA STADIUM underwent a remodel over the winter. Now, according to Indians promotions coordinator Dustin Toms, you can leave your cash at home and buy your elephan
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  • Old Favorite
  • Old Favorite

    Spokane Valley’s Bangkok Thai adds some new flair to the local mini-chain
      Sue Ounpikul and her daughter May received the blessing of Bangkok Thai founder Kay Chidaprist when they opened the restaurant’s newest location two months ago on the corner of Argonne and Sprag
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  • Local Flavor
  • Local Flavor

    We asked local bartenders to make us their official Spokane cocktail
      Last month, New York magazine published “Cocktail Country: Outstanding Drinks From All 50 States.” Unsurprisingly, the editors of that rag chose a Seattle-mixed chardonnay concoction that
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  • Boutique Bakery
  • Boutique Bakery

    Sweet Dreams on Division isn’t just for brides
      Sweet Dreams owner and baker Susie Bowen is in the middle of a surfboard, the woman at the counter tells me. She’s not catching a wave at some tropical locale, but rather making an edible surfbo
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  • UPDATE — The Two Seven Public House
  • UPDATE — The Two Seven Public House

      After five years on the South Hill, the Two Seven Public House has earned a loyal following of regulars and a half-decade worth of their feedback — which instigated recent changes to the menu.
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  • From Tavern to Taphouse
  • From Tavern to Taphouse

    South Perry’s Lantern Tap House is no longer Spokane’s tiniest bar
      When it opened in 2009, the Lantern Tavern — at 200 square feet — was one of the smallest bars in Spokane. There were 12 stools at the bar, an overflow of customers on warm summer nights and a regular
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  • Mojo Rising
  • Mojo Rising

    Boomers brings beef, booze and bands to Greenacres
      Two things about Boomers Classic Rock Bar & Grill that you need to forget: it’s in a shopping center strip mall surrounded by grassy, empty lots; its next-door neighbor is an unrelated dive
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  • Smoke Free
  • Smoke Free

    Eight years ago, bars and restaurants banned smoking; the law had some unintended benefits
      On December 8, 2005, at one minute past midnight, Spokane smokers turned up their collars, stepped away from the bar and stood on the sidewalk, 20 feet from the doors of every pub, tavern, restaurant
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  • Arsenal of Alcohol
  • Arsenal of Alcohol

    Bottles gives the Valley libation choices
      Three thousand bottles, from as nearby as Arbor Crest Winery (less than two miles to the northeast) and as far as Israel, line the walls of Bottles in Millwood. What you can’t find can be specia
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