On the Street

Tell us about what local businesses you are most excited to visit during reopening

Shane Mabrey: Probably restaurants. I love going out for sushi or having breakfast on the weekends. I miss being able to go to the Y.

Lorelei Plagman: None. Going to wait for the spike and stay safe.

Alana Barclay: At Home, World Market, 3 Craft Chicks and a nail salon for a summer pedicure.

Mike Reno: Bruncheonette on Broadway. House of Thai on Hamilton.

Denny Kuespert: Spokane Comedy Club.

Alice McKeever: Tiger Tattoo. My hair stylist.

Debbie Hamilton Anderson: If I were actually going to participate, Bistango.

Kevin Laura-Sell: Wild Sage.

Kelly Kastella: Not one of them.

Chris Mark: The ER.

Susan Ogan: Faltermeyer Gordies.

Hilary Mann: Up North Distillery.

Leslie Jean Amland: Mode Wax Theory.

Louise Christina: The Reclothery, women's consignment shop on South Monroe next to Huckleberries, and Di'Amand salon on 57th! Both local independent women-owned businesses!

Susan Smith Lindsey: None. Staying home and staying safe.

Holly Olsen: Thrift centers. The book store on Hamilton. ♦

Editor's note: Normally, we ask our question of the week of people we randomly encounter on the street. But with the Inland Northwest in lockdown, we instead asked our followers on social media to share their thoughts.

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