Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
1503 South Rustle Road
Spokane, WA 99224
Phone: (509) 747-2021
Fax: (509) 747-5950
Bars & Cafes
Post Street Ale House serves up extra-cold pints of beers (there are 20 types on rotating tap) and very reasonably priced food, all in a charmingly rustic setting. Found in the lovely Hotel Russo, pop in and try their specialty, deep fried pickles, served with the Ale House Sauce. There is also a tasty selection of burgers and sandwiches, dinner entrees (including the Guinness Braised Short Ribs) and some homey desserts, including the old favorite, the root beer float. Most entrees are under ten dollars, making this a great place to grab lunch that won't break the bank. Call for opening hours.
The Davenport Tower is just as swanky and sophisticated as the hotel located directly next to it. With expansive views of Spokane, a beautifully elegant decor and fantastic service, The Safari Room is a great addition to the Davenport brand. The Safari Room offers a variety of cuisines as it serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Try the fire roasted flatbreads or gourmet sandwiches or sip on a mimosa with your breakfast spread.
Brews Bros know how to get a loyal clientele in the heart of Spokane - good coffee. Comfy sofas. A television. Free wi-fi. A decent selection of cookies and baked goods. The laid-back atmosphere, friendly staff and warm, open vibe of Brews Bros make it a perfect place to read a book or newspaper, or have a good chat with friends.
Ben & Jerry's enduring popularity is down to their imaginative flavors, both new and old. At their scoop shop, you can get scoops, cones, milkshakes, smoothies and other iced drinks. The store is bright, cheery and you can buy ice-cream by the pint if you feel that a scoop just isn't enough. Made-to-order ice-cream cakes are available for parties and special occasions.
City Perk offers all you'd want from a downtown coffee shop - good brews, plenty of non-coffee alternatives and a good selection of nibbles and pastries. They have a really reasonably priced meal deal, for a sandwich and beverage, as well as filled bagels for something a bit more substantial. City Perk also caters for events, with free downtown delivery. Call for more details.
This charming cafe, in downtown Spokane, brings authentic French cuisine to the Northwest. You can dine in and have a delicious breakfast, lunch or dinner; the roasted chicken florentine crepes are particularly noteworthy, as are the incredibly fresh baguette sandwiches. The cafe interior is festooned with antiques and in summer time, diners can take advantage of the outdoor seating. The pastries are excellent - try their croissants, or their molasses cookie.
This Alpine-themed cafe and bakery not only has delicious baked products but it also has hearty, substantial lunches. From homemade soups to chicken fried steak to bratwurst with German potato salad, the culinary influences are eclectic but you're likely to stumble onto a gem. The bistro can get crowded at lunch time.
The Red Room Lounge offers good food and great entertainment to its patrons. This modern lounge-cum-nightclub has an upbeat ambiance and welcomes one and all to be a part of this happening nightspot. Open late till 2a, the on-site bar and kitchen offer nothing but the best to its guests. However, highlight of this place being the cool entertainment featured here; the gig guide boasts of DJ sessions, theme nights, parties, live music concerts and similar events. For more details, call ahead.
Here is Spokane's go-to place if you are looking for both a decent cup of coffee and a place to pick up a gift, or something pretty for the house. Atticus serves great coffee and a range of tasty snacks - the ambiance is pleasing and relaxed, and there is outdoor seating - perfect for balmy summer days. Free wi-fi is available. The gift shop has a range of oddities, both local and international, and is always worth a browse.
This perky, colorful coffee shop is a great place if you want coffee on the run but you don't want to sacrifice quality. The coffee is roasted by Dutch Bros themselves, ensuring freshness and quality. There are also many quirky combos; get your coffee with Dutch chocolate blend milk or chocolate macadamia nut flavor. Call for opening hours.
Whoever said healthy eating doesn't taste good obviously ate elsewhere. Delectable dishes like Portobello mushroom burgers, fennel crusted feta-potato cakes and strawberry coconut salad are sure to delight. It is friendly, smoke-free, and offers dairy-free alternatives for strictly vegetarian diners. There are a variety of wines, including non-alcoholic, to compliment any meal. You can reserve the wine bar, a perfect place to take it easy with a small gathering of friends or co-workers.
This sleek spot is decked out in black steel and mahogany which makes for a hip and industrial feel. Spokane locals make this their regular spot for an ice cold micro-brew or an all-American cheeseburger. The bar is also a great place to catch the big game with drink specials and HD flat-screen tv's to watch.