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DINING GUIDE


Tuesday through Saturday in their new bar. 122 S Mon- roe. Deli open Mon-Fri 11-5, Bar open Mon-Sat 11-close. (509) 835-4177. $


SUMMER TIME IS \ BBQ TIME!


25 lb. Family Pak 2 T-Bone Steaks 2 Rib Steaks 2 Cube Steaks 1 Sirloin Steak


1 Sirloin Tip Steak 1 Top Round Steak 2 Chuck Roasts 2 Chuck Steaks


8 Beef Patties Balance In Ground Beef


30 lb. Variety Pak 2 T-Bones


2 Rib Steaks 2 Cube Steaks


1 Sirloin Tip Steak 1 Sirloin Steak


1 Top Round Steak 1 Chuck Roast


1 Cut-Up Fryer 1 lbs. Hot Dogs


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CROWN FOODS,INC. 1402 N.W. BLVD. 326-1111


Crowned the finest Meats In Eastern Washington!


(Approx. 3#each) (1 per pkg.)


Prices subject to change


Total Price- $97.95


1 Pork Loin Roast 8 Pork Loin Chops 1 lbs. Sliced Bacon 1 lbs. Link Sausage


Balance In Ground Beef FULL SIDE


2 1/2 lbs. Spareribs


(Approx. 3# each) (Approx. 3# each) (4 per pkg.) (1 lb. pkg.) (1 lb. pkg.)


(1 lb. pkg)


280 lbs FULL SIDE USDA SELECT STEER ONLY $


80-90 STEAKS 8-12 lbs. MISC. CUTS 12-15 ROASTS 40-50 lbs. GROUND BEEF


795.20 LOCALLY GROWN!


$2.84 per lb.


• IQF Berries • Frozen Food Lockers • Knife Sharpening • Scissor Sharpening • Custom Cutting & Wrapping FREE LOCKER SPACE


Saturday 9-1 • Closed Sunday & Monday Tues-Friday 9-5:30 WINTER HOURS


CROWN FOODS,INC. 1402 N.W. BLVD. 326-1111


WWW.CROWNFOODSSPOKANE.COM Crowned the finest Meats In Eastern Washington!


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Prices subject to change


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KNIFE


SHARPENING (MIN. $4)


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Frankie Doodles. Open since 1981 just off of the I-90 Division Street exit, Frankie Doodles fits the time-hon- ored genre of a greasy spoon. Say ‘hi’ to the stuffed deer in the entryway and take a seat at the counter or slip into a booth and order a big plate of traditional American fare like roast beef sandwiches and steak and eggs. Open Mon – Fri, 5 am – 10 pm; Sat – Sun, 5 am – 9 pm. 30 E 3rd Avenue in Spokane. (509) 747-9267. $-$$


Frank’s Diner. A cousin to Spokane’s other railroad car diner, Knight’s Diner (and our third place winner), Frank’s has become a Spokane landmark in just over a decade. Both early 1900’s-vintage rail cars were originally obtained by the Knight brothers, Frank and Jack, during the depression, and each converted them to diners in Seattle and Spokane, respectively. Larry Brown, of Onion Bar and Grill fame, acquired the Seattle diner in 1991 and moved it to its present location, meticulously restored by well-know local restaurant restoration artisan, Pat Jeppe- son. Frank’s breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, available all day, has all the classics. Among 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. Newport Highway, Sun-Thurs 6am- 8pm, Fri-Sat 6am-9pm. (509) 465-2464. $


Old European. Many of the recipes behind the amazing 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 Aebelskievers (ball pancakes cooked in a cast iron skillet over an open flame).


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 shredded 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. $


The Satellite Diner and Lounge. See listing under Pub and Lounge Fare.


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.


Prices subject to change (2 1/2# pkg.) Total Price- $112.50


you are in the mood for hearty diner fare, try the massive Chicken Fried Steak (it is a full foot in length), the won- derful Garbage Omelet, or the house specialty Skyway Dip. While you are eating enjoy the flight memorabilia packing the café and the planes taking 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. waycafe.com. $-$$


(509) 534-5986. www.sky-


White Box Pies. Not only is White Box Pies known for their traditional and exclusive pies and desserts, they also serve lunch. The lunch menu consists of fresh and homemade soups, salads, quiche, and hot or cold deli- style sandwiches. They make a killer French Dip, and since they bake their own fresh croissants, the Turkey Croissant sandwich is also a favorite.


special that includes a half sandwich, soup or salad, and a slice of pie for around $8. While you’re there, put in a special dessert order or purchase a fresh-made cake or pie to take home for an after-dinner treat. White Box Pies also makes glutton-free desserts. Mon – Fri 9 – 6, Sat 11-4. 28 E Sharp Ave in Spokane. (509) 927-8850. $


(6 months maximum) With Purchase Of 1 Side Of Beef


BURGERS Rex’s Burgers and Brews.


This large and centrally located pub/sports bar serves up more than burgers, but the focus is clear: infinitely customizable burgers made with your choice of in-house ground beef, turkey, elk, duck, and buffalo stuffed into a fresh baked sourdough bun. Add just about anything else you can imagine on top started with ten different cheeses. Rex’s also offers a full bar with creative shots and cocktails, great Happy Hour specials, and eleven televisions if you need an ESPN fix while you eat and drink. Mon – Thu, 11 am -10 pm; Fri – Sat, 11 am – 2 am; Sun, 11 am – 8 pm. 14 North Post Street in Spokane. (509) 474-0564. $-$$.


Reviewed January 2012. Enjoy the daily If In addition to the original aebelskievers, Old CASUAL DINING


315 Martinis and Tapas. Reviewed February 2012. Located within the historic Greenbriar Inn in Coeur d’Alene, this restaurant specializes in small plates with a global focus and well-crafted cocktails. Come sit in the intimate martini bar for happy hour beginning at 3:15 and enjoy drink and tapas specials, or share small plates or entrees along with live music on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday nights in the main dining room beginning at 6:00 pm. Expect good service, great atmosphere and an experience you won’t soon forget. Tues - Sat from 3:15 to close. 315 Wallace Ave in Coeur d’Alene. (208) 667-9660. www.315martinisandtapas.com. $$-$$$.


Charley’s Grill and Spirits. Just north of the Spokane River and two blocks east of the County Courthouse in Spokane, Charley’s serves up home-style American classics and comfort food to jurors, lawyers and judges alike at lunch. The dinner crowd is more expansive than just the legal crowd. Charley’s offers homemade soups, a Steak and Spud special anytime for just over $10 and Happy Hour runs from 4 – 7 pm with $2.50 wells and draft domestic. The dirty martini on the drink menu is made to the specifications of W.C Fields. Saturday night Karaoke. Mon: 11 am – 9 pm. Tues- Fri: 11 am – 11 pm. Sat: 4 pm – 2 am. Closed Sun. 801 N Monroe in Spokane. (509) 328-8911. $-$$


GW Hunters Steakhouse. Signature Dish September 2011. “Got elk?” Here is the restaurant where the answer is a resounding YES. Hunters specializes in elk loin steaks from local sources along with other exotic offerings such as quite tasty alligator tail. Depending on when you show up, even yak might be an option. Of course there is also plenty of beef, pork, and chicken options if you want. Portions are generous and breakfast is served until 3 pm each day. While you are dining, see how many of the 80 trophy animals in the restaurant you can name without help. . Mon – Tues, 6 am – 2:30 pm; Wed – Thur, 6 am – 9 pm, Fri – Sat, 6 am – 10 pm; Sun 6 am – 9 pm. 615 North Spokane Street in Post Falls. (208) 777-9388. www. gwhunterssteakhouse.com $-$$$


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


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 desti- nation dining at its best. From the comfortable restau- rant 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 eve- ning to remember. Summer Hours: Tues-Fri 11-9, Sat-Sun 7am-9. Closed October-March. www.klinksresort.com (509)235-2391. $$-$$$


Palm Court Grill (at the Davenport Hotel). Recently renovated, the Palm Court Grill now offers upscale casual dining fare that highlight favorites discovered all around the world by Walt and Karen Worthy, the owners of the Davenport. Home to the original Crab Louis, named for original hotel owner Louis Davenport, the grill also serves USDA Prime beef. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Open daily from 6 am to 9 pm. Reservations recommended. Private Dining room available seating up to 30 people. 10 S Post. (509) 455-8888. $$-$$$


Safari Room Fresh Grill and Bar. The new Davenport 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. (Flatbread is oven roasted thin bread that is topped with a variety of veg- etables, fresh herbs, highly flavorful cheeses and meats) 111 S Post St. (Davenport Hotel Tower lobby). Serving breakfast 6-11, Lunch 11-4, Dinner 4-10, and Late Night 10-close. (509) 455-8888. $$-$$$


Twigs Bistro and Martini Bar. Whether you are looking to have drinks and dinner with friends or a more elegant evening out, Twigs is the place to go. Twigs features


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