Dinner is easy with family-style meals offered to-go at many local restaurants

click to enlarge Dinner is easy with family-style meals offered to-go at many local restaurants
D'Bali Asian Bistro
Family-style "bistro boxes" from D'Bali Asian Bistro in Airway Heights.
More than a month into pandemic-induced closures, restaurants continue adapting to better fit the takeout format and to cater to customers’ needs. Family-style meals have been popping up on menus with much greater frequency, offering a tasty and often affordable option for households that could use a break from cooking.

Find the below options and more by browsing the Inlander's database — click here or type Inlander.com/takeoutguide into your browser — of more than 220 regional restaurants offering takeout service as dine-in restrictions for Washington and Idaho remain in place.

Beacon Hill Catering is selling family meal kits ($45; feeds up to four) of customer favorite dishes to reheat or quickly assemble at home and is offering free delivery to addresses within 10 miles of the venue.

Commellini Estate in North Spokane is also preparing hearty, Italian-style family meal kits ($17-$33) to go, including DIY pizza kits.

D’Bali Asian Bistro in Airway Heights is selling “bistro boxes,” which are family-size portions of its signature entrees, at $10 each, with a buy-five-get-one-free special.

Honey Eatery & Social Club in Coeur d’Alene is selling fried chicken dinners, meatloaf dinners and burger packages that price out at $12 per person with a two-person minimum per order.

Max at Mirabeau in Spokane Valley has “family dinner packs to-go” that serve four to six people ($50-$95) and are available daily from 4-8 pm for pickup or delivery. Choices include chicken Alfredo, Cougar Gold lobster mac, baby back pork ribs and more, with plenty of sides to go with any entree.

Prohibition Gastropub is selling full and half pans of its famous blue cheese lasagna, cottage pie and mac and cheese; make sure to call in your order a day in advance so the team can have it ready.

All Twigs Bistro & Martini Bar locations (except inside River Park Square, which remains closed) are selling family-size meals ($49-$80), including pesto chicken, grilled coulotte steak, pepper salmon and truffle penne.

For more options like these, search for the term “family” in our take-out spreadsheet.

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Chey Scott is the Inlander's Arts and Culture Editor and editor of the Inlander's yearly, glossy magazine, the Annual Manual. Chey (pronounced "Shay") is a lifelong resident of the Spokane area and a graduate of Washington State University. She's been on staff at the Inlander since 2012...