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is this temple dedicated to dry-aged USDA Prime steaks and possibly the only ground Prime burger in the region (it is brilliant and shows up weekly in the basement bar as a $7 special). The dining room has all the pomp and circumstance for a great celebration meal (and prices to match) while the bar below has the intimate feel of a high class club and a separate menu with a few lighter items not offered upstairs. Open daily: 4 – 9 pm on Sun, 4 – 10 pm Mon to Thur, and 4 – 11 pm Fri and Sat. 165 South Post in Spokane. (509) 474-9888. www. churchillssteakhouse.com $$-$$$$


The Grille from Ipanema. Brazilian BBQ. Reviewed August 2011.


upscale Brazilian barbecue restaurant in the heart of downtown Coeur d’Alene offers an upscale, all- you-can-eat buffet along with the unique experi- ence of Brazilian barbecue. Roving meat waiters (passadores) shave slices of beef, pork, and chicken off massive skewers right onto your plate table- side. The prices for a meal at this meat Nirvana are surprisingly reasonable and the festive colorful space turns any visit into a party. Open 11 am – 10 pm daily. 601 Front Avenue, Suite 101 in Coeur d’Alene.


anema.com $$-$$$ Spencer’s for Steaks and Chops.


(208) 676-1122. www.thegrillefromip-


Signature Dish. Greeted with dark mahogany pan- eling and crisp linens, Spencer’s has been a des- tination for USDA Prime beef for almost 15 years. Try the signature bone-in Spencer Ribeye or pull out all the stops and order the dry-aged New York Strip. Beautiful fish and seafood are also featured and the kitchen offers a number of classic side dishes also – including a memorable au gratin hash browns laced with smoked bacon, sweet onions, and cheddar cheese. Open Mon-Thurs 11:30-10, Fri-Sat 11:30-11, Sun 11:30 - 9. 322 North Spokane Falls Court inside the Doubletree. (509) 744-2372. www.spencersforsteaksandchops.com/ spokane. $$-$$$$


Wolf Lodge Steakhouse. The Wolf Lodge Steak- house is the city sibling of the original Wolf Lodge located east of Coeur d’Alene. Here is the place for hearty steaks and more: entrees such as Bourbon Chicken and King Salmon. Don’t forget to order the birthday “potato” for that special occasion: Oreo ice cream rolled in cocoa powder, topped with whipped cream, and set on a plate of hot fudge. 104 S Freya, Spokane. Mon-Fri 11:30-close, Sat-Sun 4-Close. (509) 535-8972. $$-$$$


Wolf Lodge Inn. It is worth the drive to experi- ence the original Wolf Lodge just off Interstate 90 east of Coeur d’Alene. From the simply massive Porterhouse on down, this rambling ‘barn’ has plenty of rustic charm and memorable food for special occasions or just reminder that the best beef is never going to arrive at your plate as a burger. 11741 E Frontage Rd east of Coeur d’Alene. Tues-Fri 5-Close, Sat & Sun 4-Close. (208) 664-6665. Reservations requested. $$-$$$


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Loco Dogz. Each hot dog and sausage is designed to transport you to a different spot on the globe, and any one provides a great reason to drive out to Cheney. Great prices and a well-designed space make this a spot to discover. House made caramel corn gives you something sweet to close out the meal. Try the authentic Chicago Dog in a fresh- baked poppy seed bun with chopped onions, Rolf’s sweet pickle relish, mustard, fresh tomato wedges, sport peppers, and celery salt. Become a fan on Facebook. 11 am – 7 pm during the week, open later Fri and Sat. 11:30 – 4 pm Sun. 313 1st Street in Cheney. (509) 235-7007. $


Queen of Sheba. At Queen of Sheba Ethiopian Cuisine, dishes are served with injera, a sour Ethio- pian bread used to pick up the meat and veg- etable stews – no utensils required. Portions are generous, so bring your friends and order family style. Spicier dishes on the menu are cooked with berberé, a spice blend with ground red chili pep- pers. Try the Yebeg Kay We’t, a lamb stew cooked in a thick berberé sauce which is spicy enough to leave your lips zinging. Milder dishes include the Doro Alich’a, (chicken) and several vegetarian specialties. 11:30 am to 8 pm, Tues-Sat and Sun 1-4 pm. 621 W. Mallon (Suite 426 of the Flour Mill Mall). (509) 328-3958. $-$$


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