What Are Some of the Best Spokane Restaurants?

December 3rd, 2018 by

Bowl of seafood pasta with mussels
Spokane, WA is home to some of the highest rated restaurants in the Pacific Northwest — each offering a unique spin on seafood, steak, sweets, and more. Our goal at Arrotta's Automax & RV is to not only pair local shoppers with the best used cars but to also share our knowledge of the area. Check out our picks for some of the best Spokane restaurants below!


Address: W. 621 Mallon St. Suite 404
Looking for steak or seafood cooked to perfection? Clinkerdagger has it all — a gorgeous view of the Spokane River and city line, a mouth-watering menu, and a welcoming feel. Choose from menu highlights like lobster bisque, crispy cod tacos, char-grilled filet mignon, or a fresh herb-crusted rack of lamb.

Nudo Ramen House

818 W. Sprague Ave., Downtown Spokane, WA
9602 N. Newport Hwy., North Spokane, WA
Cool, open, and relaxed, Nudo Ramen House is the place to go for simple and tasty Japanese food. Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily and includes your choice of a lunch-size appetizer or one yakitori paired with a lunch-size ramen bowl. Select foods are gluten-free and vegetarian upon request.

Tomato Street North Division

Address: 6220 N. Division St.
Tomato Street on North Division is an Italian restaurant with a modern flair. For over 20 years, they’ve served locally sourced food to diners from all over Spokane, WA. Their dinner menu includes smashed focaccia sandwiches, seafood fettuccini, twice-baked spaghetti, and an assortment of pizzas with a roasted-garlic-infused crust.

The Flying Goat

Address: 3318 W. Northwest Blvd.
The Flying Goat is a casual eatery and craft beer bar that looks and feels much like the pubs of England, Ireland, and Scotland. Neapolitan-style pizzas are the centerpiece of their food menu and include favorites like the Cora with arugula pesto, a house cheese blend, oven-roasted chicken, artichoke hearts, and herbed tomatoes.

The Scoop Spokane

Address: 1001 W. 25th Ave.
Nestled in South Hill, The Scoop is a family-owned eatery serving handmade ice cream in dozens of delicious flavors. Their Liege Waffles are made from scratch every morning and can be topped with strawberries, Nutella, ice cream, and more. Grab a cup of organic coffee for the road from their espresso bar!

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