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DINING GUIDE


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CROWN FOODS,INC.


1402 N.W. BLVD. 326-1111 Crowned the finest Meats In Eastern Washington!


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


(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


280 lbs FULL SIDE USDA SELECT STEER ONLY $


FULL SIDE


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


(6 months maximum) With Purchase Of 1 Side Of Beef Saturday 9-1 • Closed Sunday Monday - Friday 9-5:30


FREE LOCKER SPACE WINTER HOURS


CROWN FOODS,INC. WWW.CROWNFOODSSPOKANE.COM


1402 N.W. BLVD. 326-1111 Crowned the finest Meats In Eastern Washington! 192 SPOKANE CDA • March • 2013


Dave’s Bar and Grill. A neighborhood tavern with free popcorn all day long, a surprising family feel inside, and specials at breakfast, lunch, and dinner that have created passionate patrons. Try the monthly special at breakfast or split the massive Killer omelet. The bacon cheeseburger headlines the lunch favorites and steaks, ribs, and chicken (all under $15) keep the tiny galley kitchen hopping all night. Lines out the back door for breakfast on the weekends. 6 am – 10 pm daily. 12124 East


Prices subject to change


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KNIFE


SHARPENING (MIN. $4)


2 1/2 lbs. Spareribs


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Tacos Tumbras. Now with to sit-down locations as well as their itinerant taco trucks, Tumbras has the making of a local taco empire featuring food hailing from Carlos Zuniga’s home in Mexico City. Don’t expect ‘big plate Mexican’ with the hubcap size plates swimming in rice and beans, the reason to come in is for $1.50 authentic tacos or a brilliant torta on a slightly sweet bun (imagine a Mexican hamburger with your choice of meat in the place of the burger). Daily 10 – 9. 9420 E Sprague Ave in the Spokane Valley (509) 927-8220. 1325 W 2nd in Spokane. (509) 456-8226. $-$$.


Sprague in the Spokane Valley. (509) 926-9640. wwwdavesbarandgrill.com. $-$$


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Tecate Grill. A friendly Tex-Mex spot in north Spokane with great sauces, margaritas, and $5 All- You-Can-Eat Taco Tuesdays. Try the Tour de Mexico to get a combination platter with Carne Asada, a Chile Relleno, and a chicken-and-cheese enchilada in a “three pepper” sauce ironically made without any peppers but plenty of cream. 11 am – 9 pm daily (open later Fri – Sat). 2503 West Wellesley Avenue in Spokane. (509) 327-7817. www.tecate2go.com. $-$$


PIZZA


Bennidito’s. Though we didn’t realize it for several years, it is possible to order a gourmet pie without garlic at Bennidito’s. But who would want to with choices like the popular “LC Primo” with both fresh and roasted garlic along with chicken, mushrooms, feta, and mozzarella over a pesto sauce. The crust is hand tossed and bready in the best sense of that designation. Bennidito’s is the spot to eat outside in good weather with its own deck at the South Hill location. It also has a larger menu that includes salad, wings, calzones, and several popular hot sandwiches like the Italian Beef Sammie ($7.50 whole, $5.50 half). 1426 S Lincoln, Mon-Thurs 11-10, Fri 11-11, Sat 11-10, Closed Sun. (509) 455-7411. 9025 N. Indian Trail Rd, Mon-Thurs 3-10, Fri 11-11, Sat 11-10, Sun 12-8. (509) 466-2790 $$


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


Five Mile Heights Pizza Parlor. If fun for the kids is as critical as plenty of ‘za, head to Five Mile Heights on North Maple. Locally owned and operated for 25 years, Five Mile Heights has two banquet rooms perfect for parties, a large ball crawl pit, and a children’s play area. During the week at lunch you can get an all-you-can eat buffet with pizza, salad, breadsticks, and a drink for well under $10. They make their own crust (including gluten free options) and have their own 18-spice sauce. Open daily from 11:30 am – 9:30 pm (10 on Fri-Sat). 6409 N Maple in Spokane. (509) 328-4764. www. fivemileheightspizza.com. $-$$


PUB AND LOUNGE FARE


Catacombs Pub. Reviewed December 2011. One of the most unique and historic restaurant spaces in Spokane, the Catacombs was created in the old 1899 rock and brick boiler room of the Montvale Hotel a story and a half below street level. The Bavarian themed menu is packed with hearty comfort food like Hungarian Goulash and Chicken Paprikash, but our favorite dish on the menu comes out of the Wood Stone pizza oven: it is the unexpected and wonderful Bratwurst Calzone. Order it with the white sauce. The pub has six taps – one of which offers the ancient monastery beer Chimay on draft. Don’t miss the Iron Skillet Cookie for dessert. Open daily beginning at 5 pm. 110 South Monroe in Spokane. (509) 838-4610. www. catacombspub.com $$


Elk Public House. A popular neighborhood hangout, Elk specializes in lamb sandwiches, 74th Street Gumbo and burgers with a twist. Relaxed atmosphere, but noise level can be… festive! It’s a great place to meet on the weekends for lunch or dinner. The Elk has 18 varieties of beer on tap and well-chosen wines. The Elk also has one of the best summer patios around. 1931 W Pacific. Sun-Wed 11-10, Thurs- Sat 11-11. (509) 363-1973. $-$$


Famous Ed’s. Reviewed December 2012. Family-friendly restaurant and bar Famous Ed’s on the South Hill covers your comfort food basics: pizza, sandwiches, burgers, and pastas, and entrees featuring chicken, salmon, and steak. Here is the place to get your fix of David’s pizza on the Spokane’s South Hill; other standouts are the sandwiches and burgers. 11 – close daily. Breakfast Sat and Sun from 8 – 2. 2911 E 57th Ave Spokane. (509) 290-5080. www.famousedsgarlicgrill.com $-$$


Fredneck’s Saloon and Beanery. Signature Dish March 2012. Take our advice. You need to go out of your way for a burger at Fredneck’s down in Rockford. Owner Pete Abbey uses only local grass-fed Emtman’s Pietmontese beef in his burgers – beef raised just miles from the 1970’s Quonset hut that is Fredneck’s. Don’t miss the fresh house-made potato chips either – they’ll make you think about chips in a whole new way. Abbey’s baby back ribs are also in high demand each weekend. Open daily at 11 am. Closes at 11 most days; open past midnight on Fri – Sat. 130 W Emma Street in Rockford, WA. (509) 291-3880. $-$$


The Flying Goat. See listing under Pizza.


Jones Radiator. Signature Dish January 2012. Here is a quirky local bar with friendly vibe and great beer on tap and one of the best and most original appetizers in town: PB&J Wings that come slathered in a house-made Thai peanut sauce and are served with a raspberry chipotle dipping jam on the side. The name comes from the original 1920 tenant of the building: a radiator shop. Expect a great selection of IPAs on tap since two of the owners, Tom Purdum and Mark Camp are self-confessed “hop- heads.” Mon – Thur, 4 pm to 12ish. Fri, 4 pm to later. Sat, 5 pm to later as well. Closed Sun. 120 E Sprague Avenue in Spokane. (509) 747- 6005. $


Manito Tap House. Reviewed March 2012. Manito is living into its name as a gastropub that offers high-quality dining fare to go with their 50 beers on tap. A fun pub atmosphere and friendly service make this a great hangout. Try the yam chips, the Carne Adovada, the Murphy’s Beef Boxty, or the inventive veggie burger that comes inside out,. 11 am – 11 pm Sun – Thu. Open until 2 am Fri – Sat. 3011 South Grand Blvd in Spokane. (509) 279-2671. www.manitotaphouse.com. $-$$


Northern Lights Brewery. Casual, fun and family-friendly with menu choices from Smoked Prime Rib and Cedar Plank Salmon, to Chicken Caesar Wrap and Mediterranean Pasta Salad. Owner and brewmaster Mark Irvin consistently crafts among the finest of Spokane’s microbrews. Try the 10 for $11 beer sampler if you are undecided on which of the eight craft beers or additional seasonal ales to drink. 1003 East Trent (Riverwalk) in Spokane. Mon-Thurs 11-10, Fri-Sat 11-Close. Sun 11-9pm. (509) 242- BREW (2739). $$


O’Doherty’s Irish Grille. Traditional Irish pub fare. Reuben sandwiches, fish and chips, burgers and salads are the specialties. An


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