Roast House's new First Avenue Coffee in Spokane highlights rare coffee, creative drinks and good citizenship

Roast House's new First Avenue Coffee in Spokane highlights rare coffee, creative drinks and good citizenship

With the morning sun streaming in through high street-facing windows and the rich aroma of roasted coffee mixing with the faint musk of old wood, First Avenue Coffee is invigorating, warm and familiar.

Exploring culinary gems of the Palouse with Black Cypress chef-owner Nick Pitsilionis

We arrive in Pullman at the middle of the day, feeling a little hungry.

Heritage Bar & Kitchen opens downtown, offering creative pub food and plenty of local tributes

Newly opened in the heart of downtown Spokane, Heritage Bar & Kitchen is steadfastly loyal to two overarching themes: family and the city it calls home.

How a barbecue showcase arose from an experience with fire and a desire to grill foods

Where there's smoke, there's fire.

DiNardi's Pizza & Pasta near Gonzaga draws on more than 50 years of family-owned traditions

When you grab a slice of pizza at DiNardi's, you're tapping into a long-standing family tradition of Italian culinary magic.

How one couple is using permaculture to transform their north Spokane County acreage into a sustainable farm

Torie and Thom Foote have always grown their own food, first in Alaska, where they lived for 30 years, and more recently in Colbert, where they relocated in 2011.

The Crave! festival is back with a lineup of celebrity and local chefs sharing signature flavors at tasting events, demos and more

With more than 10 food-filled events across four days, the second annual Crave!

Electric Sugar Cookie owner Amber Fenton bakes delightfully bright and whimsical sugar cookies

Amber Fenton is a cookie artist.

Newly opened Next Door Deli & Coffee Lounge introduces Seattle roaster Caffe Vita to U District

New kid on the block Next Door Deli & Coffee Lounge, in Spokane's Logan Neighborhood, is changing up the coffee game with its original flavors, house-made syrups and an exclusive partnership with Seattle roaster Caffe Vita.

With bright blue walls and open floor, Berserk bar brings art, rock and booze to downtown Spokane

The first night Berserk bar was open for customers was also the first night of the Inlander's 2018 Volume Music Festival; the place was set to be one of nine downtown venues hosting live bands.

Get the lowdown on five of the most indulgent, ice-cold treats to help you beat the heat this summer

Summer's officially here, which means no one's judging if you eat ice cream every day from now until September.

Mini doughnuts and locally roasted coffee converge at a new space in Kendall Yards shared by Hello Sugar, and Indaba Coffee

Whether a dusting of edible glitter, a drizzle of syrup, a spattering of mini marshmallows or a fresh slice of fruit, each doughnut at Hello Sugar, is topped with a delight to the eyes and taste buds.

Struggling to pick a restaurant? There's an app for that

As Ellie Woodle and five friends' Uber arrives, there's excitement among the group. Their destination: unknown.

Behind the scenes with four Spokane bartenders putting their own twist on familiar cocktails

People have been mixing a little of this and a pinch of that in a shaker or a mixing glass since the early 1800s, creating the beloved alcoholic concoctions we call cocktails.

Meet six locals who've joined the Inland Northwest's summer farmers market circuit

Get to know the people behind your food.


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Close In: Inland Northwest Juried Landscape Art Exhibition

Close In: Inland Northwest Juried Landscape Art Exhibition @ Jundt Art Museum

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