Quality Inn Oakwood
7919 N. Division St.
Spokane, WA 99208
Phone: (509) 467-4900
Fax: (509) 467-4933
Bars & Cafes
This sports bar has a wide fan base in the city of Spokane due to the friendly atmosphere and bartenders, great service and quality food. Belly up and watch your favorite team play while you sip on any number of beverage options from microbrews on tap to wine to a variety of liquor options. Friends and strangers come here to mingle and party.
Bright and friendly, this bar - once voted one of the top 25 sports bars in America - is a place where in the evening, you can take your family for a meal and at night, you can have a few pints with friends and watch the latest game. The menu is limited - mainly burgers and sandwiches with a few steak and pasta options - and the drinks are good, if a little on the pricey side. Drop by for a pint, and enjoy some friendly Spokane hospitality.
Chocolate Apothecary boasts some of Spokane's most delectable products. Delighting the palates of locals and visitors for many years, the store is located in the historic Flour Mill, across the street from the Spokane Veteran Memorial Arena. They also feature a small cafe where patrons can stay awhile to taste all of the eye-catching treats. Don't miss their fantastic hot chocolate!
This Alpine-themed cafe and bakery not only has delicious baked products but it also has hearty, substantial lunches. From homemade soups to chicken fried steak to bratwurst with German potato salad, the culinary influences are eclectic but you're likely to stumble onto a gem. The bistro can get crowded at lunch time.
This is a smoke free southern style watering hole with Cajun cooking, Bayou brew and Mardi Gras dancing. Get a good laugh during Wednesday night's comedy show, dance the evening away Thursday through Saturday or calmly watch the Spokane River pass you by. Entice your taste buds with a small snack platter, house salad or get one of the Louisiana specialties from the grill or pan. Then sit back and swallow an in-house ale, a Cajun cooler or a blazing bayou beverage. To get your groove moving try the Irish Cream and hot chocolate. Segmented rooms make it an ideal spot for a business lunch or formal dinner. Separated by brick wall facades, each room is distinctively decorated to look like different New Orleans districts.
Fast Eddies is a typical sports bar - lots of televisions, a challenging drinks selection and a menu of good basic pub food. It's a great place to grab a satisfying lunch or enjoy a game with friends. It gets pretty rowdy - it's popular with students - but that's all part of its charm. If you're lucky enough to visit on your birthday, spin the Birthday Wheel for the chance to win $100. Call for opening hours.
The menu boasts being voted Spokane's best. It's hard to argue when Kahlua coffee warmers cause newcomers to feel welcome. If a Hibernian corned beef sandwich or an O'Caesar's salad with a pint of Guinness aren't enough to whet your appetite, then get your fill with a one pound Big "O" Burger. Remember to nail a dollar bill with your name on it to the wooden wall to become an honorary O'Doherty.
This sleek spot is decked out in black steel and mahogany which makes for a hip and industrial feel. Spokane locals make this their regular spot for an ice cold micro-brew or an all-American cheeseburger. The bar is also a great place to catch the big game with drink specials and HD flat-screen tv's to watch.
Whoever said healthy eating doesn't taste good obviously ate elsewhere. Delectable dishes like Portobello mushroom burgers, fennel crusted feta-potato cakes and strawberry coconut salad are sure to delight. It is friendly, smoke-free, and offers dairy-free alternatives for strictly vegetarian diners. There are a variety of wines, including non-alcoholic, to compliment any meal. You can reserve the wine bar, a perfect place to take it easy with a small gathering of friends or co-workers.
Here is Spokane's go-to place if you are looking for both a decent cup of coffee and a place to pick up a gift, or something pretty for the house. Atticus serves great coffee and a range of tasty snacks - the ambiance is pleasing and relaxed, and there is outdoor seating - perfect for balmy summer days. Free wi-fi is available. The gift shop has a range of oddities, both local and international, and is always worth a browse.
It's easy to be a fan of this American sports bar with its bit of European zest. Sounds of soccer and baseball games blend with trophies and flags from various countries in the pub-like atmosphere. Wine-broiled chicken breast and German sausage sandwiches, served with a side of fried bread and honey, are succulent dishes sure to satisfy any stomach. If you're in a hurry, get some barbecued ribs or chicken to go. Expect to spend between $10 and $20 for a satisfying dinner and a few drinks.
This charming cafe, in downtown Spokane, brings authentic French cuisine to the Northwest. You can dine in and have a delicious breakfast, lunch or dinner; the roasted chicken florentine crepes are particularly noteworthy, as are the incredibly fresh baguette sandwiches. The cafe interior is festooned with antiques and in summer time, diners can take advantage of the outdoor seating. The pastries are excellent - try their croissants, or their molasses cookie.