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Ambrosia Bistro won first prize for first courses at Epicurean Delight in 2013 for its smoked corn bisque with crispy pork belly and tomato-bacon Jam. And rightfully so. You can expect these kinds of inventive yet comforting dishes, all done exceptionally well, all year-round at this valley bistro. (July 2013)

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Featuring a polished wood bar, karaoke, and well drinks starting at $2.75, the Barbary Coast is typical of Hillyard’s bars. It’s cheap and unpretentious. And like many businesses in Hillyard, the Barbary Coast is a family affair. “This is my mom’s dream,” says bartender Andrea Breithaup. (July 2013)

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Big Sky’s is something out of the past. Drink choices are limited to beer and wine, the jukebox pipes out Patsy Cline and you can only pay with cash. Take advantage of the free popcorn, darts or pool. In the summer, its back patio is a popular drinking and hangout spot. (July 2013)

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The Black Diamond — or the Diamond, as the locals say — is a one-stop adult playground, filled to the brim with pool tables, live DJs, food specials and a clear view of two-dozen or so craft brews on tap. This, truly, is the place to go if you’re partying in the Valley. On a Friday night, the place is packed with folks looking to either play some pool or try out the latest regional brews. (July 2013)

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Casual affordable food. Affordable drinks. Affordable good times. That’s what you’ll find at this downtown sports bar. Reconstructed in August 2012, owner Jake Miller proudly keeps a modern look to the place. They host an open mic on Mondays, reggae Wednesdays, DJs on the weekend and display the work of local visual artists. Now serving classic pub food like wings, fries and taquitos. (March 2014)

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On the outside the Brass Faucet looks just like an ordinary bar. Inside, TVs abound and dire sports fans sit and stare — it's a great and quiet neighborhood place to watch the game. (June 2013)

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This is the place run by and for people who love sports. But it’s not one of those sterile sports bars. No, the Corner Club is where you go to drink tubs of beer, wrap your arm around the stranger next to you and yell at the TV together. (July 2013)

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The sandwiches are huge and untainted by anything remotely green or grown from soil. Ham, corned beef, salami, liverwurst and turkey are all sold by the sandwich, the basket and even the pound. Hot mustard, sweet mustard, horseradish, popcorn, RC Cola. Does it get any better? Service is quick, but these behemoths are built to last. They are also the foundation of a food dynasty, winning their 19th Best Sandwich Shop award in the Inlander’s annual Best Of readers poll. (July 2013)

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This family-friendly sports bar is covered with TVs and pictures of celebrity Eds: Eddie Murphy, Ed Sullivan, Edward Scissorhands. In just a couple of years, Famous Ed’s has become the place for South Hill neighbors to crowd together to watch basketball or celebrate a cross-country victory. This joint venture between Fast Eddie’s owner Dale Kleist and David’s Pizza owner Mark Starr is beloved for its pizza, but appetizers like the Sonnenberg sausage bites and sandwiches like Da’ Grinder, with salami, provolone, peppers, onions, tomatoes, jalapenos, pepperoncini, olives and mushrooms, have earned their own following as well. (July 2013)

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Family owned and family friendly, Fiesta Mexicana is frequently packed, but don’t let the parking lot scare you off. You never wait long here. Service is fast and attentive and the food is everything you’d expect from inland Tex-Mex, but with better-than-expected offerings of fish and vegetarian options. If you want to eat dinner amid a hive of activity with bottomless chips and salsa, this is your joint. (July 2013)

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Already a quintessential Spokane restaurant, the Goat offers some of the best Neapolitan style pizza in town and a drool-worthy collection of beers and wines. Everything here is made from scratch each day — from the dough, to all the sauces and dressings, and even some of the artisan meats are cured in-house. Toppings span from the classic to the gourmet. Don’t be afraid to try the Kiernan, with a medium egg resting on top of a mound of arugula, cheese and Italian sausage. Trust us. It’s delicious. Snag one of the many beers on tap or in bottles (or cans) to go along with your pie. (July 2013)

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If you’re in the Valley and not going to the unbelievably hot lounge at Mirabeau Park Hotel, this is your next-best bet. Plenty of space to dance, and the fish tanks magically transform into a mood-inducer after a few shots off the cheap wells. (TLM)

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Located in Coeur d’Alene, the Grail is the place for live music. This extraordinary venue will dare you to bust a move, headbang, whip your hair, or slurp down a beer while extending the proud, one-arm fist pump. The gigantic stage hosts music from hip-hop and dubstep to hard rock and metal. (July 2013)

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It looks like a pleasant dive bar from the outside, but smells like taxi cab air-freshener and bleach inside. Everything else about the Hi-Neighbor is standard dive bar fare: cheap beer (cash only, mind you), a large beef jerky selection, buckets of pull tabs, sports on TV, pool tables and a team of leering regulars. Yeesh. (LS)

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This rough and rowdy all-ages music venue on Monroe has it all: trash metal, electronic dance parties, mosh pits, and Pabst Blue Ribbon tallboys. It’s a home away from home for youngsters and a stage for Spokane’s loudest musicians. (July 2013)
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