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  • By The Glass
  • By The Glass

    Whitestone Winery's tasting room finds a new home downtown.
      Whitestone Winery's tasting room finds a new home in downtown Spokane.
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  • A Sophisticated Taste
  • A Sophisticated Taste

    A tale of two local sommeliers.
      wo days and 12 hours into the Advanced Sommelier Certificate test — the second-highest honor in American wine — after multiple-choice tests and essay questions and etiquette checks, drills on how to suggest and cork and sell and present and pour wine, Biesen stood in a conference room at a hotel in Olympia.
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  • Visual Arts Tour
  • Visual Arts Tour

    Your guide to this Friday's big happenings around Spokane
      artistâeuro;™s paintings that show how people relate to the world and others through emotions. Complimentary samples of Steam Plantâeuro;™s handcrafted beers and features reginal wines available. 995-9745.
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  • Heady Start
  • Heady Start

    Washington State University is helping to produce a new crop of state winemakers.
      Dana and Steve Trabun are leaving Spokane%uFFFDeuro;%uFFFDs Barili Cellars, but not because it isn%uFFFDeuro;%uFFFDt successful. On the contrary. In fact, when the Trabans joined Russ and Marlene Feist to open in the Davenport District two years ago, their first 150 cases of wine quickly sold out.
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  • Walla Walla in Spokane
  • Walla Walla in Spokane

    Cougar Crest branches out downtown. Plus, westside sushi comes east.
      There´s a new place to swirl, sniff and sip in downtown Spokane. COUGAR CREST ESTATE WINERY celebrated its new tasting room with a grand opening on Sept. 9. This is the second satellite tasting room for Dave and Deborah Hansen’s Walla Walla winery (the couple opened a Woodinville tasting room in June).
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  • Meat Me in CdA
  • Meat Me in CdA

    Porky G's is smoking in Coeur d'Alene. Plus, a new wine shop in the Valley.
      "Off the hook” is how owner Gary Stinnett describes business at PORKY G’S since it relocated from Dalton Avenue to Coeur d’Alene’s bustling Northwest Boulevard. Indeed, cars buzz in and out like bees to the hive, lured by the enticing smell (and intriguing sight) of meat smoking in the contraption out front.
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  • Power Dining
  • Power Dining

    The winemakers at Pend Oreille Winery have opened Bistro Rouge Cafe.
      Their initials say it all: POW. The acronym stands for Pend Oreille Winery, but it might as well symbolize the punch they’ve added with the opening of Bistro Rouge Café. The retail winery shop — located along busy Cedar Street — has been a happening little hangout for years.
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  • Wine and Dime
  • Wine and Dime

    Drinking on a budget? We are too. Here's a selection of boat wines and porch pounders for your consideration.
      Tight times call for frugal drinking. But abstain entirely? Let’s not get crazy. Switch to Franzia? Carlo Rossi? Yellow Tail?Sure, if you’re a resilient 21-year-old who can handle hangover
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  • Hiking
  • Hiking

    Where to hike, from Deep Creek Canyon to Mount Spokane.
      Silence screaming into my ears, I have just one thought: I’m on Mars. But since Deep Creek Canyon near Nine Mile Falls is only, like, 20 minutes from downtown Spokane, I’m pretty confid
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  • Fire in the Hole
  • Fire in the Hole

    This little clay oven pizza trailer went to market.
      The crust begins to rise almost immediately. After 25, maybe 30 seconds, it starts to bubble. Tiny little bubbles all along the edges. Some bigger ones, too, the dough inflating like a balloon. Rolled pie-thin initially, the crust takes on a topography like undulating hills.
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  • Cartography
  • Cartography

    Search our map of all the Inland Northwest's food carts.
      Here's where hte text goes.It is said that if you give a man cart food, he eats for a day. But if you show a man — via a handy and highly interactive Google map — the location of all our
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  • Moveable Feasts
  • Moveable Feasts

    Pop-up restaurants and clandestine dinner clubs are about to change the way the Inland Northwest thinks about food.
      On April 2, at around 4:45 pm, a message was circulated to test the integrity of the system and to tell subjects when to expect the next communiqué. “The location will be no more than two miles from Browne’s Addition,” it said.
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