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Spokane, WA

In November, I will be spending a day in Spokane, Washington.  Frank's Diner is an old favorite, so there will be at least one meal there.  After that, I am open to any and all suggestions. 
 
In doing a little bit of research, there is a popular burger joint called Wisconsinburger, which sounds interesting.  Anyone ever been there?  ScreamingChicken, have you made a day trip?
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    kaszeta
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    Re: Spokane, WA 2016/08/25 12:16:25 (permalink)
    The Flying Goat is good for pizza.
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    Re: Spokane, WA 2016/08/25 12:37:46 (permalink)
    Well, I did eat at a Denny's there once. I think it was 1979. Country fried steak, mashed potatoes and green beans, as I recall.
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    Re: Spokane, WA 2016/08/25 12:45:46 (permalink)
    All I can recommend in Spokane is the International Food area at the Fair.
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    Re: Spokane, WA 2016/08/25 12:55:14 (permalink)
    kaszeta
    The Flying Goat is good for pizza.


    Just looked at the menu and it looks good.  Thanks for the recommendation.
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    Re: Spokane, WA 2016/08/25 13:03:57 (permalink)
    I also came across Mary Lou's Milk Bottle, which sure looks likes a place I would enjoy, but the food doesn't get the best reviews.  Anyone ever eaten here?
    post edited by buffetbuster - 2016/08/25 13:05:17
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    Re: Spokane, WA 2016/08/26 12:05:31 (permalink)
    Satellite Diner & Lounge
    509-624-3952
    425 W Sprague Ave
    Spokane WA 99201
     This would be a solid place for breakfast....
     
     

    Franks Diner...is a place you already have on your radar. It's your kind a place.....



     



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        1516 W 2nd Ave
     
        Spokane, WA 99204




         
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    Years ago, when I was going to Spokane a lot more than I am now I would stop at Luigi's for Eggplant Parmesan. It's a small old brick building downtown. It was the only place I have gone to in the PNW that served Eggplant Parm...
    Luigi's Italian Restaurant#23 of 643 Restaurants in Spokane

    278 reviews 
    Friendly and Affordable Italian” 04/20/2016“Excellent Chicken Parm!” 07/24/2014Map   


     
    http://www.dlishs.com/new-old/  Is a place to get a burger and fries. 
     
    Walk through the .........https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Davenport_Hotel_(Spokane,_Washington). It's near downtown and a look at a old time Spokane hotel....I started he one time and loved the look of this hotel........
     
     
    Anyplace that has dollar size pancakes, homemade pies and corned beef hash is ok in my book......http://www.knightsdiner.c./Knights_Diner/Home.html
    post edited by pnwchef - 2016/08/26 14:57:12
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