If you’re suffering from a little cabin fever, Spokane offers a chance for you to get out and exercise your foodie cravings.
Inlander Restaurant Week is planned from Feb. 26 to March 6 and will have more than 100 restaurants in the Spokane metropolitan area and northern Idaho participating. They’ll all be offering fixed-price three-course meals for $19 to $29.
It’s the event’s fourth year, said communications manager Peyton Scheller with Visit Spokane. Each restaurant offers different options for each course, and they’ll also be promoting drinks from area breweries, cideries, wineries and even a coffee roaster.
The prices are set but reflect the type of dining experience each offers. The $19 meals will largely be gastropubs and taphouses, while the $29 offerings are more fine dining. As for variety, Scheller says there is plenty available.
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“It’s everything from classic American to Thai,” she said.
She recommended making a reservation after previewing the menus for the event in order to save a spot. And if you don’t want to worry about driving back to the Tri-Cities after dinner, Visit Spokane also is offering hotel packages.