Best Of 2014


Best Cheap Eats 

click to enlarge TIFFANY PATTERSON
  • Tiffany Patterson

Best Cheap Eats


Despite its gritty home beside Division and I-90, Dick's holds a place in Spokane lore at the intersection of thin wallets and nostalgia. Deb Weller, who now lives in Seattle but grew up in Cheney, says Dick's reminds her of perfect Spokane summer nights. "Everyone would meet up there after cruising Riverside. Even now, ordering a Whammy with fries and a chocolate shake takes me back to high school." Like her, many make a point to stop when they're in town to order a hamburger or shake at the walk-up windows. (LW)

2nd PLACE: Jack in the Box; 3rd PLACE: Zip's

(Sorry, no information is currently available for other years in this same award category.)

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