WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE PLACE TO GO OUT TO EAT IN SPOKANE?

JOE PARRY

My favorite is probably Nudo. It's really great ramen.

What the fanciest meal you've had in Spokane?

Masselow's out in Airway Heights. It's a real fine-dining place; I felt out of place as a college student there. I got a buffalo steak with lobster tail on the side.


MATTHEW SCHLEICH

Soulful Soups. So good, I love it so much.

Why?

They have the most romantic tasting beer-cheese soup in the world. I don't know what it is, but it's so good. They have a secret recipe.

What's the fanciest meal you've had in Spokane?

Wild Sage. I always want to go, but the only time I could go was with my parents.


DANIELLE BOGGS

I'd say Wisconsinburger. They have fun sauce selection; I love their honey mustard. And then, just really good burgers.

What's the fanciest meal you've had in Spokane?

The Spaghetti Factory. I love Spaghetti Factory. I got the mizithra cheese pasta, and their pesto ranch on the salad is a nice touch. The spumoni ice cream for dessert pulls it all together.


CARLA BOYLE

I really like South Perry Pizza. I've never had a bad meal there. It's the best.

What's the fanciest meal you've had in Spokane?

I think the fanciest meal was Clinkerdagger. It was good, but I wasn't flabbergasted.


MEGAN CHING

The Flying Goat.

What do you like about it?

It's unique, the atmosphere is cool, and the service is really good.

What's the fanciest meal you've had in Spokane?

Probably Churchill's. I had steak there freshman year, and we got oysters and shrimp cocktails, too.

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