Spokane restaurants, (and elsewhere too) as dined in by little ol' me, and my wonderful hubby.
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Welcome to my Spokane Food Blog! Spokane is located on the east side of Washington State. It's 18 miles west of the Idaho state line, and 110 miles south of the Canadian border. As you can see in the photo of Riverfront Park above, Spokane is a beautiful city and I assure you it has many great restaurants!
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This website is our dining experiences at the restaurants listed here. Please be aware that since being blogged about on Tasty Trek, some of the restaurants have been known to have closed permanently, moved location or even changed names and ownership. Please, always check your own local listing on a particular restaurant to see if the information given on this blog is still up to date at the time of your visit.
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Geo and Lisa have set out on an adventure... to boldly venture forth to places we have never gone before... to unearth what had previously been to us, a hidden food culture in the city we call home, Spokane. Without a doubt, it is truly a pleasure to taste themany wonderful flavors of the world that lay hidden like treasure in the kitchens of small business owners in nearby neighborhoods until their presence upon the menu catches our eye. Our quest was not to to find the best or the worst... but to try something new, to make new friends and acquaintances and to discover for ourselves more of what life in Spokane is like and what our community has to offer in way of culinary experiences.
The inspiration to embark on such a journey came after several dinner outings where we realized that there were many ethnic foods and extremely nice people who owned restaurants in Spokane. Having found this to be quite remarkable, we simply decided to broaden our horizon, to boldly go where we had never gone before, and keep a log of where we had been, what we ate and what we experienced while we were there.
With time to spend together around the dinner hour and a little lunch money in our pockets that we could give to our community in a "support your local business" type fof way, we began our food trekking journey in and around the city, and even venture out from time to time. It has become our quest, our journey... perhaps even our weird obsession, but whatever it is, whatever you think it may be, it is done with a spirit of adventure, one that we now take with us, everywhere, and wherever we go...
This is Lisa's blog... and THIS is Tasty Trek. This is our story.
The Colbert Trading Company is a convenience store, selling milk, bread, candy, beer and things like that, as it has been for years, but now it has a new twist. Recently remodeled, they now offer Take and Bake pizza along with espresso, ice cream, hot dogs, and soup and sandwiches as well as indoor and outdoor seating. It's a little off the beaten path, but it is sure aims to please both locals and visitors to the area. They really do have something for everyone.
There is not a lot of seating indoors, but there is more outside.
Pictured here is the Veggie Pizza Sandwich, only $2.99 with cheese green pepper, mushrooms and red onion: