Opa Pizza is long gone, but Renatus is proving a worthy replacement
In April of 2012, a fire severely damaged Opa Pizza, a Greek and Mediterranean restaurant in North Spokane, but a new eatery has risen from its ashes — Renatus.
At Knockaderry, eating and drinking Irish goes beyond Guinness and whiskey
In America, establishments that wave the Irish flag come in two types: those that use shamrocks and Guinness paraphernalia as an invitation to chug whiskey and beer until your inner brogue comes out, and those that emulate the pub traditions of Ireland a little more thoughtfully.
While one Coeur d’Alene coffeehouse is moving up Sherman Avenue, another has dug deeper into the core of downtown community.
For Catholics, Lent is a whole lot more than just a second stab at a New Year's resolution
Paige Holy is like any 24-year-old second-year law student, busy nonstop.
Ramblin' Road's new taproom is a showcase for less common beer styles
In the southern part of Belgium where saison was the drink of the farmers, the miners wanted their own beer.
Asian Twist gives Coeur d'Alene an array of Thai, Japanese and Chinese
The number eight is considered auspicious in Chinese culture, which may be good news to the new tenants in suite A8 of Coeur d'Alene's Ironwood Square, who opened in time to celebrate the Chinese lunar new year (another good sign).
In its fourth year in operation, this cozy South Hill restaurant is always packed, and it's not hard to figure out why.
The soon-to-open Perry Street Brewing gives us a look at the birth of a brewery
Ben Lukes has been thinking about his brewery before it ever had a name, or even a physical location.
Culinary Stone aims to keep you armed with all the necessary kitchen gadgets
It wasn't much of a leap from children's therapy to kitchen therapy for Sandra Gunn, co-owner of the Culinary Stone in Coeur d'Alene.
Coeur d'Alene gets a new coffeehouse hangout
Caleb Duke and his wife Nicole named their coffee shop Grumpy Monkey to stand out a bit from other shops, and of course to give people something to laugh about when they came in. "We just kind of liked the idea," Caleb says.
Ask savvy tourists the best time for lakefront dining and they might say off-season.
You weren't alone if you waited awhile to get a table during the kickoff weekend of Inlander Restaurant Week 2014.
Four years since its debut, Roast House lands a national award for its ethical, fair-trade coffee
Below a massive mural depicting a coffee bean's journey from the lush jungles of Central America to the small Spokane warehouse, laminated sheets of printer paper hang crookedly on unpainted drywall, noting names of countries: Nicaragua, Mexico, Guatemala.
Barlows in Liberty Lake makes a big move with big changes
For the last two years, Barlows has seen a packed house for breakfasts and lunches.
Chicago Beef Company brings Midwest dogs to Spokane
As soon as Craig Bagdon mentions the Seattle-style hot dog — an all-beef dog with cream cheese and grilled onions — a customer eating one a few seats over gives two thumbs up. But on the menu at Chicago Beef Company, the Seattle dog is just about the only Northwestern item: As you might guess from the name, it's all about Chicago food.
We tried five different cold pizzas — here's what we learned
You know you should grab a yogurt, close the door and head to work, but damn it if last night's leftover pizza doesn't taunt you from the top shelf of your refrigerator.