Here's your chance to do some good — for our community and your tastebuds

Here's your chance to do some good — for our community and your tastebuds
Gordy's Sichuan Gan Pung Chicken

Right now, in kitchens across the Spokane/Coeur d'Alene area, chefs are prepped up and ready for you to join in the Great Dine Out. After persevering through such a difficult year, the Great Dine Out is the perfect time to get out and support these local businesses. Money spent locally stays local, supporting local jobs and preserving a healthy local economy. It's a crucial job, but delicious, too! Local restaurants have picked their favorite, signature dishes to share with diners from March 12-27, and in this guide you'll learn everything you need to make the most of this culinary choose-your-own-adventure.

Do you want to stick close to home and support your friendly, neighborhood cafe? Great! There are offerings in every corner of Spokane and Kootenai counties. Do you prefer a tour of, say, the best BBQ or Thai food? No problem, as you can find tons of options in a wide variety of cuisines. And it's all pandemic-friendly, as you can choose to partake in whatever way you prefer — dine in, takeout, via delivery or outside on a patio.

So read on and let's all do some good together!

50th Annual POAC Arts & Crafts Fair @ Downtown Sandpoint

Sat., Aug. 13, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sun., Aug. 14, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
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