On the Street

What's the best takeout meal from a local restaurant?

YOUNG KWAK PHOTO
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Shannon Reeves Kapek: Fiesta Mexicana on South Grand. They have a huge variety and it's always excellent. They have the most consistent quality we've ever experienced.

Meagen Knapp: Market Street Pizza Parlor Spokane — they never disappoint and have daily deals that are incredible. We order from them at least once a week.

Misty Jensen: Had a delicious chicken and biscuit from Bruncheonette and any and all pizza and burrito specials from Iron Goat.

Dan Wilson: Kokoro Ramen and Boba Tea Time — no doubt, some of [the best], if not the best, in Spokane and it's in the Valley, which is pretty rare to have a place blow my mind.

Janelle Campasino: Downriver Grill: French dip and chicken wrap.

Sean Wright: Spicy lamb chops and takoyaki from Umi, Beef Wileyton from Wiley's Downtown Bistro, and Sumatran beef rendang from D'Bali Asian Bistro. I feel like I've been training for this my whole life.

Alyson Marie: Hang 10 BBQ is a new one and they are killing it! We have also loved Ruins, Republic Pi, Stella's and No Naansense!

Lindsey Treffry: Dirty fries from Rüt Bar & Kitchen or the tofu panang curry from Our Thai House.

Laura Smith: Europa! They immediately responded to all my questions via messenger before business hours. Extremely accommodating.

Christina Weber: Wiley's Downtown Bistro! I ordered from them for my husband and my anniversary and it was about as fancy as you can get for delivery! And so delicious.

Randy Treadwell: Apricot curry chicken entree from Ambrosia Bistro and Wine Bar in Spokane Valley.

Erica Swenson: Couple of peanut butter and Nutella shakes from Spokane Shake Company!

Doug Reece: Gander and Ryegrass. I had a turducken sandwich. For lunch. It was amazing! ♦


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