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DINING GUIDE


our favorites are the open-face turkey, roast beef and mushroom sandwiches, chicken pot pie, Joe’s Special (the venerable scramble of eggs, ground beef, spinach, onions and parmesan), and, of course, the don’t-miss- at-breakfast hash browns and silver pancakes. 1516 W. 2nd. Seven days 6-8pm. (509) 747-8798. 10929 N. New- port Highway, Sun-Thurs 6am-8pm, Fri-Sat 6am-9pm. (509) 465-2464. $


METRO CAFÉ. Signature Dish August 2011. For 26 year the venerable Metro Café has been serving up fresh roasted turkey breast and other hand-carved meats to bankers, stock brokers, and lawyers (along with anyone else who stumbles across its location) up in the maze of the skywalk system above Riverside and Stevens. Try the classic Turkey Casesar salad or one of the amazing sandwiches served up on fresh Alpine Bakery bread… we especially love the meatloaf (Mondays only) and the French Dip (Wednesday and Fridays). 7 am to 2 pm Mon-Fri. On the skywalk level at 502 West Riverside Avenue in downtown Spokane. (509) 747-8250. $-$$


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MOON DOLLARS COFFEE HOUSE. Reviewed Jan 2011. Don’t let the name fool you. Moon Dollars is a northern Idaho take on Starbucks, Red Robin, Twigs, and Pizza Hut rolled up into one with house-made cinanamon rolls and massive hamburger buns made from locally grown Rathdrum Prairie Hard Red Spring Wheat. You can drive through and get your DOMA coffee fix at Moon Dollars or slip inside to order a massive Galaxy burger or one of nine specialty pizzas with a whole wheat crust. Breakfast is also served every day but Sun- day. 8 am – 8 pm Mon – Fri, 8 am – 2 pm Sat, closed Sun. 609 North Syringa Street in Post Falls. (208) 777-7040. www.moondollarsrestaurant.com $-$$


OLD EUROPEAN. Many of the recipes behind the amaz- ing breakfast creations at the Old European arrived with Marie Mekkelsen when she emigrated from Denmark to America in 1906 at age 18, and this restaurant has remained a family affair with everything made from scratch, including Marie’s amazing Danish Aebelskiev- ers (ball pancakes cooked in a cast iron skillet over an open flame). In addition to the original aebelskievers, Old European offers them stuffed with blueberries, sausage and havarti, or huckleberries (in season) as well. Topped with whipped cream they are a true delight. Also worthy of note is the true, freshly squeezed orange juice and the massive Hungarian Goulash with shred- ded potatoes, peppers, onions, ham, sausage, bacon and four eggs topped with cheddar cheese and fresh tomatoes. North: 7640 N. Division, (509) 467-5987. Mon-Sat 6am-2pm, Sun 7am-3pm. 1710 E Schneidmiller Ave, Post Falls. (208)777-2017. Mon-Sat 6:30-2, Sun 7-2:30pm. $


SKYWAY CAFÉ. Opened originally in 1921, the Skyway Café has been serving hearty breakfasts and lunches out of the Felt’s Field airport terminal for almost 90 years.


try the massive Chicken Fried Steak (it is a full foot in length), the wonderful Garbage Omelet, or the house specialty Skyway Dip. While you are eating enjoy the flight memorabilia packing the café and the planes tak- ing off and landing outside. Save room for the house- made pies. Mon – Sat from 6 am – 2:30 pm. Sun 7 am – 2:30 pm. 6105 East Rutter Avenue in Spokane. (509) 534-5986. www.skywaycafe.com. $-$$


If you are in the mood for hearty diner fare, BURGERS


STOP-N-GO FAMILY DRIVE IN. Signature Dish for April 2011. Here is a locally-owned East Sprague spot for a great basic cheese burger, double cheese burger, or triple. Cash only but you’ll love the prices: $1, $2, or $3. Milkshakes with real fruit, fish-n-chips made with Atlan- tic cod that is cut and battered in house, and a great tartar sauce will keep you coming back. Open daily: 10 – 9 Mon to Fri, 11 – 8 Sat, 11 – 6 Sun. 6505 East Sprague in the Spokane Valley. (509) 535-4797. $


CASUAL DINING


G.W. HUNTERS RESTAURANT STEAK HOUSE. If the name itself isn’t something of a mouthful, just wait until you try the meats on the menu: you can order buffalo, elk, deer, duck, yak, even alligator as well as your more typical beef steaks and chops. Portions are generous and they serve breakfast, lunch and dinner from 6 am to 9 pm Wed – Sun. Closed Mon – Tues. 615 North Spo- kane Street in Post Falls. (208) 777-9388. $-$$$


HILL’S RESTAURANT. Hill’s restaurant is back and rejuve- nated. Hill’s offers an extensive menu with nine appetiz-


188 SPOKANE CDA • July - August • 2011


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