Quality Inn Valley Suites
E. 8923 Mission Ave.
Spokane, WA 99212
Phone: (509) 928-5218
Fax: (509) 928-5211
Marie Callender's serves up old-fashioned American cuisine, the way you remember it. From homemade chili to their selection of famous pies, there is something for almost everyone to enjoy. The bakery features both sweet and savory favorites, including a cheesy Vegetable Quiche, and you can also purchase party platters to go. Call for more details.
Longhorn Barbecue East offers traditional Texas barbecue. The restaurant shows its roots by having Texas-style furniture. Try the Mighty Big Rib Eye or the Grilled Salmon. Vegetarians and Vegans may have a tough time finding something to eat.
Desserts By Sara has twenty years of delicious dessert making expertise - from made-to-order cakes to cheesecakes to beautifully iced cupcakes, there is a pastry for every occasion. The pretty creations make perfect gifts or party-pleasers - you can buy some mini-pastries, or a box of specially selected gourmet cookies. The bakery also has a stall at the Liberty Lake Farmers' Market, where you can enjoy a homemade cinnamon roll or a piece of cake.
In 1986, Eva Roberts and her family spotted a niche for high quality American desserts and cakes, all made from good, all-natural ingredients. This formula proved to be a success and you can drop into the bakery in Spokane Valley and buy some thoroughly delicious and indulgent cakes. Try the eclairs, filled with fresh egg custard, or the German chocolate cake with coconut and walnut filling. A truly sweet treat.
The Wolf Lodge Steakhouse transports you to another time, when families used to pile around the fire place eating hearty fare and struggling to keep warm. In this rustic lodge, you get the whole experience from the deliciously substantial menu filled with the finest cut meats and fish to the wood-burning stove warming you from the outside in. The Wolf Lodge is a great place to take the family after an all-day hike or for a weekend getaway. You can crash at the Wolf Creek Inn after your big, hearty meal!
Whilst the only Australian thing about an Outback Steakhouse is the boomerangs fixed to the walls, the chain does serve up reliably tasty steaks, quesadillas, seafood, soups and salads. The starters are legendary - share a Bloomin' Onion if you dare. Free bread is served and if you have space after your entree, there is a sizable menu of desserts to peruse.
This diner was an old dining car - the small space and dated decor only add to the charm and spirit of the place. The food is good, greasy diner fare, with a particular emphasis on great breakfasts and brunches. You can order form the lunch menu at any hour, if you fancy a morning hamburger, and the breakfast is served all day as well. A Spokane institution, be prepared to line up on weekends.
MAX at Mirabeau offers seasonal cuisine from around the world. The restaurant offers a casual and comfortable atmosphere with rich Earth colors. They serve seafood and meats, dishes have included the Alaskan King Crab Legs or the New Zealand Rack Of Lamb. The service is friendly and effective.
Love the smell of fresh baked bread first thing in the morning? Then drop in here for an espresso and a quick breakfast. Get 13, a bakers dozen, of strawberry or garlic parmesan bagels. With 14 regular, 18 specialty, and 11 crusty breads, plus more than 30 sweets, there is something to delight every customer. Try a Charlie Tuna Sandwich--tuna, Swiss, lettuce, tomato, and sprouts on some Oregon Herb bread-- or peanut butter and jelly on Apricot Almond. Sandwiches and harvest specials are also available.
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.
Bangkok Thai offers moderately priced Thai food in a romantic atmosphere. The restaurant has Thai sculptures and the staff wears traditional Thai costumes. Whether you like your food very spicy or without any spice, the restaurant will cater to your appetite. Try the Pineapple and Shrimp Fried Rice or the Green Papaya Salad.
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.