Get a reservation! Tastes of the Inland NW

click to enlarge Get a reservation! Tastes of the Inland NW
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Miso Marinated Sable Fish from Post Street Ale House.

Foodies get ready for one of the best weeks of the year, as more than 110 local restaurants in the Spokane-Coeur d'Alene area create special three-course menus for a set price of either $25, $35 or $45. This year's Inlander Restaurant Week features plenty of newcomers, as well as local favorites in its 10-day run from Feb. 22-March 2.

Ruins, Zona Blanca, Clinkerdagger and Kuni's Thai all return this year, while new restaurants the Bowery, Skewers and Lorén Social Club are appearing for the first time. And there are more diverse, global flavors in 2024 than ever before. Diners can explore eight Indian restaurants, including Mango Tree, India House and Karma Indian Cuisine & Lounge. Lebanese, Middle Eastern, French and Japanese cuisine also entice diners at places like Lebanon, Skewers, Francaise and QQ Sushi, as they all join the Restaurant Week ranks. For more information, visit inlanderrestaurantweek.com.

Inlander Restaurant Week has had a longtime commitment to not only supporting the culinary community but also using the event to support our local beer, wine, cider and spirits producers. This year, a number of beloved wineries and breweries — including Lumberbeard Brewing, Uprise Brewing and Maryhill Winery — have expanded to include full kitchens, allowing them to also offer three-course menus.

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Wednesdays-Saturdays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through Feb. 29
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Madison Pearson

Madison Pearson is the Inlander's Listings Editor, managing the calendar of events and covering everything from libraries to mermaid pods for the Arts & Culture section of the paper. She joined the staff in 2022 after completing a bachelor's degree in journalism from Eastern Washington University.