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The 219 is one of those places you were scared to walk by as a kid. And there's a good reason for that. Last time we were there, a drunk (insanely so) woman accidentally burned us with her cigarette. We recoiled in pain and said, "Whoa, ha! Geez! No harm done!" At which point she flicked the thing -- still lit -- into our face. Which is awesome, in a way. And if you can handle it, the 219 is the best full bar dive in Sandpoint that isn't completely overrun with tourists. (LB)

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The Northside Onion's bar had a brand new look with the new Area 51 Taphouse, but the most impressive addition is 51 taps, paired with 50 bottles and cans, bringing its drinking options to a grand total of 101. The state of the art tap system took three months to build, and auto-kills oxygen in the tap lines. A new, state-of-the-art bar top is also cooled to keep beers chilled, but warm near the edge so patrons' arms don't get cold. Forty-five of the 50 taps are set to rotate Northwest-centric beers. (Jan. 2015)

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The Backyard takes over the former home of the Broadway Bar and Grill, and the former dive bar has been overhauled, both physically and gastronomically. The spot exudes the feel of a neighborhood pub, serving the sort of creative (yet affordable) cuisine that might come as a surprise. With interior walls of reclaimed wood from Kettle Falls, high wooden tables and warm lighting, there's a comforting vibe that's easy to sink into. It's also managed to pull three chefs formerly of Luna on the South Hill, who've created a menu of upscale comfort food like chicken and waffles, mac and cheese and a tasty pub appetizers. (Nov. 2014)

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Crackle-painted walls, felt wallpaper and a taxidermy deer head (tentatively named “Bucky”) make up just part of this new speakeasy-Prohibition-era-style bar with a hunter’s-lodge twist. The bartenders zero in on craft cocktails with a wide selection of classics, old-fashioned drinks and their own creations. The owners plan to do events such as game nights, taco Tuesdays and guest bartender competitions. But since the owners are relatively new to the area — from San Diego — they’re also looking to see what Spokanites want to happen at this bar. (July 2013)

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Like a lot of bars in Spokane Valley, this appears to be your usual neighborhood joint. Giant TVs loom above the pool tables. (Wouldn't be a Valley bar without them.) The big difference, though, is the full menu. Go on the weekends for waffles with gravy and a nice-sized pint. (TLM)

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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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Punk college kids with the wrong attitude might get beat up if they tick off the wrong person at this Harley hangout. The venue is rustic on the outside, yet boasts a surprisingly edgy and aesthetically appealing interior — distressed and woodsy. There’s also a peanut machine, darts, pool, foosball and High Life on tap. (BT)

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Looking for a random, boozy romp off the beaten path? Jackpot. This is a cute-looking house-turned-bar in the middle of a dirt parking lot in the East Hillyard industrial area. Check out the plethora of dog pictures and isms adorning the walls. Then avail yourself of digital bowling, a candy dispenser, pool and one giant-ass TV. (BT)

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The Garden Lounge is a maze of stairs and platforms with both wide-open tables and smaller nooks. In essence, it’s the perfect place for both groups and those looking for a quiet place to kick back and enjoy the delicious cocktails “Mom” — manager Deanna Robbins — whips up. (July 2013)

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If public sing-alongs aren’t your thing, well, you just haven’t been to the right venue. Gibliano Brothers Dueling Piano Bar And Music House may just be the classiest place you’ll ever make an ass of yourself. The only bar of its kind downtown, Gibliano Brothers offers a modest bar menu and nightly happy hour, but you come here for the engaging veteran performers who can play damn near anything. (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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It’s a big surprise that a drunk driver hasn’t crashed into this place. This tiny dive literally sits right next to the sidewalk on Division. The crowd inside isn’t so good-looking, but the pull tabs are plentiful, and the well gin is pretty cheap. (TLM)

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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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In 1921, during the early years of the automobile, a small garage on East Sprague called Jones Radiator serviced Spokane’s earliest wheels. In 2010, the garage reopened to reveal a Radiator of a different definition and a new mission: to service Spokane’s cravers of craft beer. Jones Radiator is a nice, warm bar where professional-looking folks take their after-the-office beers. Try the spicy chicken wings while you’re at it — they’re delicious. (July 2013)
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