May 28, 2016

RESTAURANTS

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Our restaurants philosophy is based on authenticity. Not in the traditional sense, but to strive to create food and hospitality from our core. To learn from our past, our present and to display a sense of ourselves in every aspect of our hospitality. When our guests leave our restaurants and events, they feel like they have experienced something a little different and very special.

We have an insatiable appetite for cooking and creating food. We love what we do.  This is why we share the food we love to eat.

This is your chance to taste a meal prepared from the seasons. There is a reason that all great chefs of the world use seasonal and local ingredients. When you stand next to the farmer you work with, and hold a tomato still warm from the sun, or spend a day foraging for mushrooms, inspiration fills you. There is an appreciation that comes from using great products that makes our job so much better. We go out of our way to seek the best products and to honor those who grew them by doing our best at serving them in ways that make food memorable. This is how we create great experiences, traditions, and communities.

Our menus are created and meant to reflect the best  of the season. We have created one of the most interesting and unique dining experiences in the Northwest and you are invited.


Wandering Table: 1242 W Summit Pkwy, Spokane, WA 99201

This is about passion. We have an insatiable appetite for cooking and creating food. We love what we do and is something we enjoy sharing with other people. This is our restaurant. This is our way of cooking what we want to cook. This is how we share the food we love to eat.
This is a chance to taste a meal prepared from the seasons. There is a reason that all great chefs of the world use seasonal, local ingredients. Where else can you gather more inspiration? A tomato still warm from the sun, from the farmer you work with, or from a day of foraging wild mushrooms. There is in inherent appreciation of great products that makes my job so much better. I go out of my way to seek the best products and to honor those who grew them by doing my best at serving them to people in way that makes food memorable. This is how we create great experiences, traditions, and communities.
This restaurant features small plates using a variety of techniques from around the globe. We take great ingredients and try to cook them in an honest and thoughtful way. Our menus are created and meant to reflect the best of the season. We’ve created one of the most interesting and unique dining experiences in the Inland Northwest and you’re invited.

509.443.4410             info@thewanderingtable.com

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Gilded Unicorn: 110 S. Monroe, Spokane, WA 99201

Gilded Unicorn is a craft foods and libations restaurant located in the historic Montvale Hotel in downtown Spokane in the entertainment & arts district. We focus on creating classic cocktails and American food with a smart twist.

509.309.3698        info@gildedunicorn.com

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Yards Bruncheon: 1248 W. Summit Pkwy, Spokane, WA 99201

This is our version of a modern diner and we have figured out a way to extend the weekend all week! We offer brunch 7 days a week and feature some of the areas best pastries and locally roasted coffee. Our food is created featuring as much local farms and producers. We cook simple comfort foods from around the world and try to keep it simple and honest while keeping our unique spin. Come and enjoy the eatertainment!

509.290.5952        info@theyardsbruncheon.com

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Farmhouse Restaurant and Silo Bar: 477227 E Highway 95, Ponderay/Sandpoint, Idaho 83852

Farmhouse Kitchen is a restaurant featuring local, seasonal foods and drinks created by award winning chefs. Delicious scratchmade brunch, fried chicken and house smoked barbecue! Located in beautiful Ponderay/Sandpoint near the Ruby Suites on Highway 95. Silo Bar in the adjoining space featuring ten beers on draft, local beer, wine and craft cocktails.

208.255.2603            info@farmhousekitchenandsilobar.com

 

 

 

 

 


Le Catering Co.: 24001 E Mission Ave, Ste 190, Liberty Lake, WA 99019

Le Catering features the best Inland Northwest producers and products cooked by award winning chefs. We strive to create a great experience for our guests and to serve them beyond their expectations.  We have a combination of the best chefs and managers from across the Northwest and beyond to create a unique experience and build memories for a lifetime.
We specialize in using local, seasonal ingredients and highlight them by cooking them simply and honestly. Our team is ready to build any type of event from small dinner parties to large corporate events.
Our menus are created and meant to reflect the best of the season. We have created one of the most interesting and unique dining experiences in the Northwest and you are invited.

509.210.0880       info@lecatering.co

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Eat Good Cafe: 24001 E Mission Ave, Ste 190, Liberty Lake, WA 99019

This restaurant is based on honest food, simply served. Meaning that our main idea is to create great tasting food that can be part of a daily healthy diet for you body and soul. Flavor is what you experience, health is what we give. Eat Good also features local and sustainable foods and aims to cook these products in an honest way that allows them to shine. Come join us and see what we have to offer!

509.210.0880       info@eatgoodgroup.com

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Crave NW: Spokane Valley, WA 99206 July 12-15, 2018

CRAVE, the Inland Northwest’s premier food and drink celebration, will be held June 15-18 at CenterPlace, a state-of-the-art 54,000 square foot event facility at Mirabeau Point Park in Spokane Valley, Washington. Presented by the city of Spokane Valley, CRAVE is a unique culinary event that will showcase the talents of visionary chefs, culinary professionals and craft-drink providers.

taste@cravenw.com

 

 

 

 

 


Republic Kitchen and Taphouse: 120 E. 4th St., Post Falls, ID 83852

This small pub in located in the 1910 Samuel and Ann Young House in Post Falls is the only home in the city listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The Young family, immigrants from England, helped establish the town of Post Falls, and their memory will again be alive through the laughter and joy of this cozy neighborhood gathering place. This pub features local beers on draft and great pub fare made from scratch using local, seasonal ingredients.