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Re: “Revved Up Again

Would love to buy a $100 gift cert, for friends that grequent the place, but I called the two numbers listed. The first number, (509) 474-0933, told me I have the wrong number and told me to call the restaurant "handlebars" (plural), so I found another number online, (509) 924-3720, it says "you have reached a nonworking number ". I'd love to do business with you. We've been there before and like the food as well. Would you please update your information online so we can contact you.

Posted by ll on 06/27/2015 at 4:48 PM

Re: “Games and Grub

awesome place. A group of friends and I get together every other weekend to play games..... we learned Killer Bunnies is a game you need more than likely will need more than a couple hours to play lol

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Posted by ruthven78 on 06/11/2015 at 12:17 AM

Re: “UPDATE | Santé Restaurant & Charcuterie's Brunch

Sante has been doing breakfast for years. Get with the program!

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Posted by sizzlie on 06/10/2015 at 7:36 PM

Re: “Arguing Over Peanuts

Spokane needs to follow the rest of the country and ban peanuts from all of their schools. My daughter, who is 3 as well, is deathly allergic to peanuts and is severely allergic to eggs with a moderate dairy allergy. I do not seek a ban on eggs or dairy or soy gluten etc. because as the previous parent noted, it is the peanut that is the deadly one and can kill a child before they can even make it to the ER. There is only so much a parent can do. My daughter has known since she was 2 that she can't have her allergenic foods, but where my biggest fear lies? 3 year old Johnny brings a granola bar to school and shares it with her. Johnny's mom didn't think to read the ingredients list before she sent him to school, Johnny has no idea what is in his food, my daughter has no idea that there would be peanuts in a granola bar. She eats the granola bar and a tragedy could potentially occur. This is the real fear of parents. Our young children have no way of knowing if their lethal allergies are in processed foods. And you can tell them over and over again not to take food from other kids but it only takes one time for them to do it and get the picture. I hope this opened up some parents eyes who do not have children with lethal food allergies. It is a nightmare..please just be thankful that your kids will not ever have to go through what my little one and countless others do, and that you do not have the burden of being a parent of a deathly allergic child. I would much rather be in your shoes and have my only concern be to not send my kid to school with a peanut-laden food.

Posted by allergyawareness on 06/01/2015 at 1:13 PM

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