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ers including the unique Scotch Egg, soups, vegetable dishes, ten salads including the Smoked Salmon Salad and the Seared Steak Salad, sandwiches, steaks, chicken, pork, and seafood entrees. Hill’s also makes their own pasta. Hill’s has always been a local favorite and they’re back with the same great food and a newly renovated location. The restaurant also features daily lunch and dinner specials worthy of a picky pallet. 401 W Main, Mon-Sat 11-10, Lounge until midnight Mon-Thurs and 2am Fri-Sat. (509) 747-3946. $$-$$$


KLINK’S ON THE LAKE (at Williams Lake Resort). Klink’s on the Lake, located at scenic Williams Lake Resort is destination dining at its best.


restaurant to the secluded patio overlooking the lake, Klink’s has a lot to offer it’s dining guests. The menu hosts a variety of dishes including Chicken Marala and Jumbo Prawns, but don’t miss out on their steaks, primarily the decadent chargrilled Ribeye topped with Dungeness Crab and browned butter. Follow it up with some of their famous Marion Berry Cobbler and you’ve created an evening to remember. Summer Hours: Tues- Fri 11-9, Sat-Sun 7am-9. Closed October-March. www. klinksresort.com (509)235-2391. $$-$$$


SAFARI ROOM FRESH GRILL AND BAR. The new Dav- enport Hotel Tower’s Safari Room Fresh Grill and Bar will add a spice of adventure to your dining experience featuring a full menu with a variety of tasty flatbreads, small plates, salads and gourmet sandwiches. Private Dining room available seating up to 30 people. (Flat- bread is oven roasted thin bread that is topped with a variety of vegetables, fresh herbs, highly flavorful cheeses and meats) 111 S Post St. (Davenport Hotel Tower lobby). Serving breakfast 6-11, Lunch 11-4, Din- ner 4-10, and Late Night 10-close. 509-455-8888 $$-$$$


FINE DINING


LUNA. Reviewed Oct 2010. For 17 years Luna has set local culinary trends in Spokane as one of the top restaurants in the region, and Chef Brian Hutchins is building on this solid reputation with spot – on seasonal flavors in the Slow Food tradition. Try his smoky Grilled Romaine salad or order an apple wood fired pizza (we love the Bianca). Pay attention to the specials and enjoy the shifts in the menu throughout the year.


high atop Spokane’s South Hill and offers a full service lounge, classic marble-top dining areas, a beautiful pri- vate dining room, and a large patio for warm weather dining. Luna also boasts one of the best wine lists in the region. 5620 S Perry. Coffee and Pastries Mon-Fri 8-11am, Lunch 11-3, Mid-afternoon Menu 3-5, Sat-Sun Brunchg 9-2, Mid-Afternoon Menu 2-5, Dinner seven days 5-close. (509) 448-2383. www.lunaspokane.com $$-$$$.


Luna sits


MASSELOW’S AT NORTHERN QUEST. Reviewed June 2010. Named after a strong chief that was instrumental in the survival of the Kalispels, Masselow’s combines the culinary heritage of the tribe with Northwest fine dining. The restaurant features an intimate and lavishly appointed dining room just off the hotel lobby in the new wing of the Northern Quest Resort and Casino in Airway Heights and serves up an Elk Sirloin and Seared Scallops worth the drive. Their chocolate mousse on the dessert menu is also a show stopper. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. 100 North Hayford Road in Airway Heights. (509) 242-7000. www.north- ernquest.com/dining/masselows. $$-$$$


MAX AT MIRABEAU. Max at the Mirabeau Park Hotel offers a fine dining option in the valley with a menu calculated to appeal to all: over 100 different dishes are offered. For lunch, try the Voodoo Pasta with Andouille sausage and Cajun cream, or for dinner have the New Zealand Rack of Lamb followed by a flourless Belgian Chocolate Raspberry Torte. Casual diners are welcome too, with breakfast, lunch and dinner served all hours; happy hour daily from 3-6 and 9-close. 1100 N Sul- livan Rd. at the I-90 exit. Mon-Thurs 6am-1am, Fri-Sat 6am-2am, Sun 6am-Midnight. Live music on Friday and Saturday from 8-midnight. (509) 922-6252. $$-$$$


THE PALM COURT GRILL (at the Davenport Hotel). The Palm Court Grill presents a variety of fresh seafood, an extensive wine list and traditional homemade desserts. Start with one of the signature dishes like Crab Louie, named for original hotel owner Louis Davenport. Then choose between the fresh halibut served with lemon butter, mango salsa and topped with freshly toasted almonds, or the ever so popular prime rib. Don’t leave without having the hot-fudge sundae sprinkled with their homemade soft peanut brittle. Serving breakfast,


From the comfortable


lunch and dinner. Mon-Fri Breakfast 6:30-11am, Lunch 11-2pm, Dinner 5-10pm, Sat-Sun Breakfast 6:30-2pm and Dinner 5-10. Coat and tie not required, reservations recommended. Private Dining room available seating up to 30 people. 10 S Post. (509) 455-8888. $$-$$$


FERRANTE’S MARKETPLACE CAFÉ.


Hill restaurant combines two great pastimes: gour- met Italian food and shopping.


wide variety of gourmet pastas, pizzas, and paninis along with a kid’s menu and delicious gelato.


in for a full dinner or order it to go and shop in the marketplace while you wait.


neighborhood feel of this Italian café. 4516 S Regal. Tues-Sat 11-8pm. (509) 443-6304. www.doitalianl.com. $-$$


offers unique gifts, such as jewelry, wines, cookies and candies, many from local vendors.


The marketplace Enjoy the


ITALIA TRATTORIA. Reviewed Dec 2010. Great Italian food from world-traveled chef Anna Vogel in an inti- mate neighborhood bistro in Browne’s Addition. Vogel’s ingredients and dishes clearly express Italian sensibili- ties, but then go on to immediately transcend the “box” Americans have for Italian food. Expect to find a vibrant seasonal menu with both the simple and the adventur- ous: everything from classic spaghetti and meatballs to charred octopus in a spicy tomato oil. Vogel’s prepara- tion of black cod with creamed white truffle potatoes and chanterelles is heaven on a plate. The weekend brunch is also drawing enthusiastic crowds. 144 South Cannon Street in Spokane. Brunch: 9 am – 2 pm Sat and Sun. Lunch: 11 am – 2 pm Tues - Fri. Dinner: Tues – Thur 5 – 9 pm and 5 – 10 pm Fri – Sat. Closed Mondays. (509) 459-6000. www.italiatrattoriaspokane.com. $-$$$


ITALIAN KITCHEN. Owners Bryce and Lyndsay Kerr have created a beautiful and charming décor along with exquisite cuisine, not to mention the remarkable hos- pitality. Known for its Calamari, Tiramisu, and Lasagna from scratch, the Italian Kitchen is as authentic as you’ll find. They were recently placed on the “Best of the Best” list, which honors the top 17 Italian restaurants in the nation. 113 N Bernard. Lunch Mon-Fri 11-3:30, Dinner Mon-Thur 3:30-9, Fri 3:30-10, Sat 4:30-10, Sun 4:30-9. (509) 363-1210. $$


TONY’S ON THE LAKE. Reviewed June 2011. Originally built in the 1940s long the shore of the lake five miles east of Coeur d’Alene, Tony’s is a great destination Ital- ian spot for years but the current incarnation under the D’Alessandro family just might be the best. Drive or boat. Chef Cheyenne D’Alessandro offers wonder- ful from-scratch sauces and Italian classics executed perfectly. Try the hand-pulled mozzarella if it is on the special sheet and don’t miss the Spaghetti Pescatore if you love a good tomato vodka sauce. Equally excellent are the Sirloin Filetto served with house-made gnocchi and the Saltimbocca alla Romana. All the desserts are made in house. Tony’s has a fun and informative wine list, and you need to hold up their house wine Y NOT to the mirror that stretches along the back of the dining room for a surprise. Open daily from 5 pm from Memo- rial Day to the end of September. Five days a week in the fall and spring. Closed January – March. 6823 East Coeur d’Alene Lake Drive outside of Coeur d’Alene. (208) 667-9885. www.tonysonthelake.com. $$-$$$


MEDITERRANEAN AND MIDDLE EASTERN


MARRAKESH. Moroccan. Recently moved from North- west Blvd to Division, Marrakesh transcends the nor- mal dish-by-dish approach and becomes a journey accompanied by Mamdouh, a steaming glass of mint tea, and a bath-sized towel in your lap. The feast is set in five courses including the tea, a simple saffron lentil soup, salad, Bastela Royale (a cross between a pot pie and a puff pastry stuffed with chicken, almonds, and egg) and an entrée. Expect an North African experience with the price of an appetizer at a high-end restaurant. 1227 North Division in Spokane. Open seven days 5-10. (509)328-9733. $$


THE OLYMPIA RESTAURANT. Greek. Eva and Angelo Itskos preside over the kitchen at The Olympia and turn out classic Greek comfort food at great prices.


compelling reasons to come in: (1) warm wait staff, (2) the brillian Saganaki (fried cheese with pita bread), (3) the chicken gyro spiced with the house’s secret marinade, (4) the “Greek” fries, and (5) the house-made rice pudding with a citrus note. 301 Lakeside Avenue in CDA. (208) 666-9495. Mon – Wed, 11 – 3, Thur – Sat, 11 – 8. $-$$.


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