2327 N. Madson Rd., Liberty Lake, WA, US, 99019
- Phone: (509) 340-3333
- Fax: (509) 340-3334
Vino is the place to go if you're looking for a great wine to pair with your meal or even if you just want to learn more about wine itself. The store is staffed by experts with decades of wine experience between them and their wine enthusiasm and expertise is infectious. The store also organizes events, including wine tastings, wine dinners and wine classes, so you can become completely immersed in the world of wine. Closed on Sundays and Mondays.
Saunders Cheese Market is Spokane's only specialist cheese market and it specializes in local cheeses and artisan cheese from abroad. They stock over 120 specialty cheeses, along with a mouthwatering selection of crackers, olives, freshly-baked bread and salami. It's the perfect place to pick up cheese for a party, or simply to learn more about cheese from the friendly experts. Closed on Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays.
One of the city's best hobby and collectible shops, Merlyn's Science Fiction Fantasy Store carries a huge selection of toys, action figures, comic books, manga, and more. All of the most recent DC, Marvel, and Dark Horse comics can be found here, as well as a respectable stock of back issues. The staff is knowledgeable and enthusiastic, and can guide you to whatever product you seek, even if you're not sure what it is when you first walk in. The store also hosts table top gaming events.
Featuring restored, vintage lamps, Revival Lighting is one of the most unique retail options in Spokane. In addition to the antique lighting, they also have a great selection of reproductions, specialty lampshades, and garden statuary. Located slightly east of downtown, the store is still nearby many of the area's popular eateries. Their stock constantly rotates, so if you see something you like, snap it up before someone else does!
The store name is a little misleading; Ray's buys and sells DVDs, CDs and laser disks. It also custom-builds and upgrades computers. Movie and music aficionados seem to gravitate to Rays. While this isn't a superstore, the inventory is carefully chosen. This is the place to find Hong Kong movies on DVDs, cult classics and sleepers. Ray's can give you a review of nearly every item in the store. Don't be surprised if customers add their opinions; the discussions can get pretty lively.
If you are looking to say it with flowers, this is the place to come - Peters and Sons has nearly a century's worth of experience and the customer loyalty to prove it. They offer a range of services from gift arranging to hospital deliveries. Peters and Sons also has one of the city's biggest range of teddy bears and plush toys, alongside many other gifts. Closed on Sundays.
The Main Market Co-op is a long overdue supermarket where local residents can get local and organic goods. Like many such stores, it is costly, but with its strong emphasis on community, membership appreciation days and a keen focus on quality and sustainability, it is definitely grocery shopping with a conscience. Organic and local goods are prioritized; the co-op is also focused on educating members of the community on how to live, and eat, more green.
Whether you're an expedition leader or an armchair tourist, you'll love browsing through this downtown store. One entire wall is devoted to travel books, organized by regions. Maps run the gamut from globes (lighted or unlighted) to wall maps, to topographical maps, to street maps for nearly any city in the world. Another section is devoted to marine maps, tidal charts and boating travel books. Local maps and natural history are a specialty, and custom mapping services are available.
When you step inside downtown Spokane's historic Liberty Building, you'll find more than just two stories of books. The friendly staff, soothing sounds, and quaint Victorian décor makes you feel right at home. Explore the game store, café, art gallery or gift shop while you look through a treasure trove of new and used tomes. To absorb a bit of local culture, drop in on a free book reading. Every week various regional authors present newly published works to the public. It is a great spot to read and relax.
Founded over 30 years ago, the Pottery Place Plus was created by some ambitious potters who were looking for a way to sell their craft to the public. The store has now become one of the biggest local artists' repositories in the Northwest. Here, you will find beautiful pieces of pottery, candles, paintings and photographs, glass sculptures along with contributions from visiting artists. Pottery Place Plus also hosts many different events throughout the year, all aimed at raising awareness of local artistic efforts.
Huppin's has had many incarnations over the years and, as it opened in 1908, has survived for over a century. It is now one of Spokane's premier electronic outlets - they have a wide range of electronics and also provide many helpful services including home installation and a department dedicated entirely to repairs.