Thursday, February 1, 2018

Inlander Restaurant Week menus are live!

Posted By on Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 10:19 AM


Twigs Bistro & Martini Bar is serving up this shrimp-crab pineapple tower on its 2018 Restaurant Week menu. - YOUNG KWAK
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  • Twigs Bistro & Martini Bar is serving up this shrimp-crab pineapple tower on its 2018 Restaurant Week menu.
The day we’ve all been waiting for is finally here: Menus for all 107 of this year’s Inlander Restaurant Week participants are now live on the IRW website and ready to be drooled over!

This year’s event is once again bigger than ever, and North Idaho is giving those of us across the state line in Washington a run for our money with a record-breaking 28 eateries participating across Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls and Worley, Idaho.

Restaurant Week 2018 brings plenty of other newness with 12 restaurants that have never participated before, including several spots that weren’t even open last year, like Palouse Bar and Grill, Cascadia Public House and Vine & Olive.

Back this year for the sixth installment of Restaurant Week are 24 local dining mainstays that have participated every year since the event’s inception back in 2013, which featured 53 restaurants.

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Full details of Seattle mayor's downfall, convo with Benny and Joon director, morning headlines

Posted By on Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 9:48 AM


ON INLANDER.COM

Spokane on screen
A conversation with, Jeremiah Chechik, the director of Benny & Joon.

English language learners
Idaho schools are struggling to keep up with an increase in students who speak English as a second language.

Full(ish) steam ahead
The Steam Plant restaurant finally reopened with an all-new vibe and menu — sandwiches, stone-oven pizza, small plates and a range of entrées.

Then the executive chef, Steve Leonard, left. The restaurant's manager says he cannot provide any details on Leonard's departure.

IN OTHER NEWS

'hey ED this is one of the few kids you molested'
Lloyd Anderson typed that message into a constituent-comment form and sent it to former Seattle Mayor Ed Murray's office in 2015.

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Celebrate African-American history in the Inland Northwest with these events

Posted By on Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 8:00 AM

Brotha Nature's show at the downtown Spokane Library is one of many Black History Month celebrations for your consideration. - YOUNG KWAK
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  • Brotha Nature's show at the downtown Spokane Library is one of many Black History Month celebrations for your consideration.

Celebrate Black History Month/African-American History Month in Spokane with a slew of events and activities. From spoken word poetry to fascinating lectures, February will be a busy month. Come to show support of Black History Month and even learn something new. Below are just a few of the free events taking place.

Brotha Nature
Kick off Black History Month with a lyrical and musical treat from Brotha Nature! Brotha Nature is a solo beatboxing lyricist from Spokane who juxtaposes genres like hip hop, electronic and jazz, to name a few, to compose his work.
Spokane Downtown Public Library • 906 W. Main • Fri, Feb. 2 at 6:30 pm

SATURATE Spokane Arts Tour: Celebrating Artists of Color
Saturate is designed to recognize artists of color all over Spokane in various venues. Performances and art pieces will be showcased to give underrepresented artists exposure and an opportunity to be honored and celebrated. Check the new issue of The Inlander for a full run-down of Saturate shows.
Various locations • Starting Feb. 2 • spokanearts.org/saturate

Celebration of Gospel Music: Raising the Roof with Praise
The 21st annual Gospel Explosion at Whitworth University features local choirs and praise teams coming together for a night of worship. The event is free, but will accept donations. Warm up those vocal chords or come to appreciate the vocally talented.
Seeley G. Mudd Chapel, Whitworth University • Fri, Feb. 2 at 7 pm

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