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With big windows offering views of Carnegie Square, Andy’s Bar is a friendly place to stop as you make your way from Browne’s Addition into the core of downtown. You won’t have to deal with any annoying bachelorette parties or noisy boozers. The atmosphere is delightfully laid back, with no pretense. And the sweet potato fries kick ass. (July 2013)

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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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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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This spacious, nautically inspired pub has high ceilings, exposed brick and a vintage oak floor, and the floor-to-ceiling windows and prime corner make it great for watching Sherman's passersby. When you tire of looking at the beautiful people, flatscreen TVs flank the interior of the island bar, which also features an under-lit tower of alcohol bottles and taps like Mac n' Jack's and Blue Moon. Absurdly busy on the weekends and creepily quiet during the work week, watch out for seasonal hours, the musical styling of Lady Gaga and Nickelback, and a crowd of roving 20-something college kids, appletinis in hand. (January 2013)

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Sports, drinks, and food – this is the formula Dan Birdwell based his creation on. His beloved north-side sports bar and family restaurant has gathered a loyal fan base of locals, whether for their many plasma televisions for premium game viewing, 15 choices of tap beer and full bar, or tasty bar cuisine. (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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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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Borracho wants to be the place you stop, whether you want to gorge on Mexican grub or kick back for some late-night drinks. The sleek, open bar carries more than 70 tequilas, 12 infused with fresh pressed juice in-house. (If you're feeling brave, let someone talk you into the ghostpepper tequila.) The spicy "street tacos" come at two bucks a pop with meat options ranging from pork to tongue. The nachos are piled high, as they should be, and the margaritas are strong. (Oct. 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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North Idaho's version of Cheers. On the patio in spring and summer, or indoors watching the big-screen, meet friends and make memories over a glass of Guinness and wings or any of more than 40 microbrews on tap — not to mention the best pizza in town. The atmosphere is upbeat and laid-back. (January 2013)

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Once again, Inlander readers decided Capone’s is the place to watch the big game, voting it their favorite North Idaho sports bar. On the patio in spring and summer, or indoors watching the big screen, meet friends and make memories over a glass of Guinness and wings or any of more than 40 microbrews on tap — not to mention the best pizza in town. The atmosphere is upbeat and laid-back. (July 2013)

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Once again, Inlander readers decided Capone’s is the place to watch the big game, voting it their favorite North Idaho sports bar. On the patio in spring and summer, or indoors watching the big screen, meet friends and make memories over a glass of Guinness and wings or any of more than 40 microbrews on tap — not to mention the best pizza in town. The atmosphere is upbeat and laid-back. (July 2013)

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Open at 6:30 am, Charlie P’s is cozy, clean and moderately sized, with comfy booths and a warm, equatorial wind that heats your feet from an unknown source. Great for getting slap-happy drunk and noshing on a delectable selection of comfort food. (BT)
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