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Occupying the space of a former Hooter’s in Spokane Valley, this next-generation burger joint/bar/casino features an eclectic menu of creative fusion-burgers. Blended meat patties can be topped with anything from peanut butter and jelly with bacon to a full Thanksgiving dinner. Available from the bar are 50 beers on tap to enjoy while you try your luck at the casino, open till 2 am.

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DJ Megow has wanted to own a restaurant since he was 14, and now at 61 years old, that dream has come true for the long-time food industry worker. Megow's food truck offers Angus burgers, a chorizo and egg burger and indulgent mac 'n' cheese bacon balls. Megow makes all of his own seasonings and sauces from scratch to top off his creations. (2015)

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The mammoth portions at this American family restaurant are a bargain: Light eaters can get two meals from one dish. After moving from Meadowwood Lane to a new building at the beginning of 2014, the restaurant now stays open for dinner, too. (Feb. 2014)

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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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Two things about Boomers Classic Rock Bar & Grill that you need to forget: it’s in a shopping center strip mall surrounded by grassy, empty lots; its next-door neighbor is an unrelated dive bar by the name of the Cum Inn. Once you’ve forgotten this, you’re free to enjoy the kind of place where bands play classic rock every weekend and the burgers are juicy and full-textured. The best seller is the Frankenstein, a burger decked out in fried Spam, fried egg, deep-fried onion, chipotle brown gravy and (says the menu) an ambulance. The Patty Benatar, Mr. Mojo Rising and Sublime burger each come with their own signature extras. (April 2013)

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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 cozy Monroe Street restaurant and lounge provides a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of the courthouse next door. The menu features Angus beef hamburgers, 8-ounce sirloin steaks, fried appetizers, a full bar and a retro cigarette vending machine. Tickets for the Spokane Arena, INB Performing Arts Center, Fox Theater, Bing Crosby Theater, or Spokane Civic Theatre will get you 20 percent off food items. (July 2013)

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Let the Coug’s good, cheap beer and burgers inspire you to recall the simple things, like ESPN and the sense of camaraderie that develops only through jukebox sing-alongs.The biggest changes since it opened 80 years ago are High-Def screens and the volume of wall graffiti. It is the absolute essence of all that a college bar is and should be. (July 2013)

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D. Lish’s serves up juicy burgers that are, well, delicious. Go ahead and take a pass on the many fast food joints lining North Division, and hit up this classic place for a top quality lunch or dinner. It’s fast food cheap with a lot more taste. (July 2013)

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This unassuming little place, tucked beneath the massive grain storage buildings in Reardan, is a great road-food find. The deluxe bacon cheeseburger layers hot sizzling meat, gooey melted cheese and just enough lettuce and tomato to help one feel virtuous. Top it off with a huckleberry shake — and say "hi" to the regulars in feed caps. (AC)

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What would Spokane be without Dick’s Hamburgers? Our city would be lost, with only chain hamburger places remaining for fast-food junkies, off-the-wagon vegetarians and the bar crowds. But thankfully Dick’s low prices, as well as their comforting food, have kept people coming back to this drive-in since 1965. The menu is varied, but the items are simple. You won’t find anything too complicated on the hamburger — no bacon or ham, just condiments, pickles and cheese if you ask for it. Buy these guilty pleasures by the bagful and remember Dick’s is sticking with their old-school, cash-only approach. (July 2013)

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As Spokane’s original frozen yogurt shop, Didier’s has been doing the froyo thing for over 25 years. In addition to the frozen treats, you can also pick up a burger or other lunch items at this mom-and-pop operation located near Whitworth in north Spokane. (July 2013)

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A slice of Americana, this rustic burger joint has all the fast-food goodies, with burgers, fries, fish, ice cream and huckleberry milkshakes made with real fruit. Worth the stop if you’re just passing through — especially for 45-cent doughnuts or $1 cones. Dub’s owner might even take your order himself. (July 2013)
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