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Spokane Food Guide

Sunday, December 9, 2018
CHAPS: We go here every single time! All the food and pastries are so good. My favorite is the baked oatmeal I got this most recent trip. SO GOOD. 

ROCKWOOD BAKERY: This is also a stop we make every time we're in town! It's the cutest little coffee shop. We often park and walk around Manito Park before coming here (they have the prettiest houses). I love their pastries and quiche!

STEAM PLANT: This restaurant is in an old steam plant and the atmosphere is so cool! I got the rotisserie chicken and it was pretty good! Husband made me take a picture of his pizza because he was getting sad I only took pictures of my food hahaha. 

CLOVER: This was our first time at Clover and it was so good! It's in the cutest little house they made into a restaurant. These little appetizer pretzels were so good! I got the dutch baby, which was also soooo good. 

AMY'S DONUTS: This was also our first time at Amy's donuts and they did not disappoint! There were so many options and they were all so soft and good! 

WHOOPS!: Ok, so this is technically a bakery in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, but they had a little stand in the mall for the holidays so we got to try them! Husband said they were the best macarons he's had. They were so soft and chewy! I got the red velvet and honey lavender, and would recommend them both!

HELLO SUGAR: This is another cute coffee shop! They have these cute mini donuts! You can do a sampler of all their flavors for $7!

We also usually go to Zip's and D. Lish's, which are two quick burger joints that are always fun!

Let me know what your favorite Spokane eats are!

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