AB Road Eats: Spokane


COFFEE

Indaba Coffee: A nice change from my usual cortado and pour over (not that there’s anything wrong with them), a flat white.

Coeur Coffee: I had a fantastic Americano here … one of the best of the tour this leg. Really loved the back room art too.

BREAKFAST

The Scoop Spokane: Yes. This is technically an ice cream shop, but they serve waffles in the morning. Lots of good waffles.

LUNCH

Stella’s Cafe: I fueled up before the show with several sandwiches from Stella’s, including their banh mi and roast beef with hot peppers. Again, another cool space.

 

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  1. 1
    Shelleroo

    Breakfast at Sante, brunch at Clover, brie-stuffed croissants at Common Crumb, dinner at Wild Sage or Gordy’s Szechuan, coffee at Indaba or Vessel.

  2. 2
    Doralicia

    If you want made from scratch unique and flavorful go to The Bruncheonette at 1011 W. Broadway Ave. For best handcrafted drinks go to Volstead Act 12 N. Post St.

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    Cody D Thomas

    You should head to the Garnet in Coeur D’Alene for the best breakfast around. They also source from their own farm

  4. 6
    Christina

    Inland Pacific Kitchen (dinner)
    Hogwash Whiskey Den (spirits, esp bourbon)
    Bellwether Brewing (brewery and tasting room)
    Republic Pi (pizza)
    Bruncheonette (brunch)
    Vessel Coffee (coffee roasters and café)
    Pints Alehouse (beer and wine bar)
    Common Crumb Bakery (macaroons!)

  5. 12
    Me, Myself

    Food: Ceviche at Zona Blanca. Best Ceviche I’ve had outside of Baja.
    Food: Prohibition Gastropub. Astounding burgers and more. The beef patties are kept moist and flavorful with an addition of coffee grounds.

    Beer: Bellwether Brewing. Historical takes on modern beer. It’s unusual but remarkable every time. Herbs, spices, honey, oh my!

    Dessert: 40 Below. It’s like ice cream, cotton candy, and shave ice had a dessert baby together. So great.

  6. 13
    Angie

    We went to casper fry tonight!! Mara as our amazing server and charcuterie with a wedge and pork chop, as well as shrimp and grits to die for…paired with the local favorite of barrister cab franc…southern food with northwest hospitality!!

  7. 14
    Joel Rowbotham

    I’m a little disappointed that no one here recommended Domini’s for lunch. Best sandwhich’s I’ve ever had and there has to be a good 2 lb’s of house made deli meat on them. Their corned beef and salami are my favorites. I mean its not as new as Manito Taphouse, but unlike Manito Taphouse and most of the other suggestions on this list, it has been around for decades and is a well kept secret of Spokane

  8. 15
    Ha

    Lost Boys’ Garage is a great place to swing by! It’s a small business owned by two long time friends. The theme of the restaurant: grilled cheese. As you walk in you feel the unique feel of a car garage. You’re immediately greeted by friendly faces and the smell of fresh bacon. They’re drink selection ranges from a wide variety of whiskey and regionally local micro brews. Trust me you won’t be disappointed!

  9. 16
    Krysta

    Definitely check out Verge Coffee Co in North Spokane! Their avocado toast and open-faced breakfast sandwiches are amazing!

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