Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Three Inland NW bars named among top 10 in Washington

Posted By on Wed, Aug 20, 2014 at 4:29 PM

click to enlarge Three Inland NW bars named among top 10 in Washington
Any local would tell you the Baby Bar is hip.

Thrillist, a website and daily email service that provides dwellers of the U.S.'s biggest metro areas with locally-focused recommendations, has included some of Spokane’s favorite watering holes in its list of Washington’s 10 Best Bars Outside of Seattle

Bon Bon, the tiny nook-ish bar attached to historic Garland Theater is known for serving classic old-timey drinks in a cozy, retro-themed setting. Beverages are best enjoyed before or after a movie showing (beer and wine are also available to drink during screenings for those of age), though the bar is open daily.

Downtown's Baby Bar, tucked in the back of Neato Burrito, also made the list but we've long known about its brag-worthy status. Bartender/owner Patty Tully was named best local bartender in the Inlander's Best Of readers' poll for 2013.

In addition to the list’s nod to Spokane, Pullman’s Rico’s Public House shares the spotlight as one of the college town's hip local spots that's often a performance venue for area jazz musicians.

Seeking to highlight quirky, under-the-radar spots and events, Thrillist offers suggestions for 21 different cities across the world. Though Spokane is not one of those cities, the “10 Best” list includes these three bars and others around the state as an alternative to hyped-up spots in Seattle.

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