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Thursday, November 17, 2011

Cafe MAC

Where's the Cafe MAC?  Well, it's a little off the beaten path.  It is located in Browne's Addition....

 in a little neighborhood..... near Riverside Drive inside Spokane's Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture.   The address is: 2316 West 1st Avenue, Spokane. 

At Cafe MAC you are in for a treat because serve American and Middle Eastern lunch items, like jadra, hummus, various delicious pastries, Turkish coffee and American coffee too!

 I not only loved touring the MAC museum with my friend, viewing some impressionists paintings....

and discovering some local art that really made our day unique ...

but I loved the fringe benefits.... of touring the Campbell House and having lunch together at the Cafe MAC.

 There was art everywhere.

Art on the wall.

Artistry in vases!

Art in man-made building designs and artistry in nature....

There was even artistry in the food.  A man named Victor Azar, who also does catering, manages the Cafe MAC.

The Jadra, a lentil and rice pilaf dish is what I ordered first, but they were out of it that day. As a second try, I simply ordered what my friend ordered and so, we both ate the Thai Chicken Wrap, which was served with chips.  It was not exactly middle eastern food, but it was good just the same.  It was pretty too.

Besides lunch there were lots of snack and desserts. There was a vast array of delicious treats, apples, cookies... and Baklava.

Cafe MAC (by D Zaar )is open Wed - Sat  11am - 4pm
Closed major holidays.  The MAC web info. for the restaurant is here.

Victors webpage is here.

Cafe MAC on Urbanspoon

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