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UPDATE — Azar's Restaurant 

click to enlarge More than 30 years after its founding, Azar\'s continues to provide authentic Middle Eastern cusine. - NICK GRAUERT
  • Nick Grauert
  • More than 30 years after its founding, Azar\'s continues to provide authentic Middle Eastern cusine.

There is a lot of history within the walls of this small but mighty Greek and Middle Eastern restaurant. Founded in 1980 by her parents, Azar’s tradition and fine cuisine lives on through Katy Azar.

Azar’s features many of the same menu items it has offered Spokane for more than 30 years. Its lunch buffet is all-you-can-eat for just $10.95. Longstanding favorites like the Gyro sandwich, the combo dinner and the Spanakopita Dinner, which the menu describes as “layered filo dough filled with spinach and feta cheese, baked and served with gyro meat” are still on the board. And as Azar will remind you: “Don’t forget the baklava.”

The hookah bar is no longer in operation due to changes in Washington state law, but the restaurant still proudly serves imported Greek beer and wine.

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