Inlander Restaurant Week In the News

Five best meal deals for Restaurant Week 2019

KREM.com |  Inlander Restaurant Week is an annual Inland Northwest tradition. This year you have a choice of delicious delicacies from nearly 100 restaurants from Feb. 21 to Mar. 2. 

The menus at participating restaurants are fixed price, meaning you know how much you will pay ahead of time. Each restaurant’s 3-course dinner is priced at either $21 or $31. You will have three choices for each course. Read more…

Four Reasons to Eat Your Heart Out During Inlander Restaurant Week

InlanderRestaurantWeek.com |Spokane, Wash. — Winter can stretch on in the Northwest. The magic of Christmas has faded and the romance of Valentine’s Day is past. It’s a long stretch until summer, but for 10 days in late February we can look forward to doing something we all love to do — eat. And by eat, we mean eat really good food, for a really good deal. Inlander Restaurant Week is back Feb. 21-March 2, with more than 100 restaurants… Read more…

More than 54,359 meals donated to Second Harvest as a result of Inlander Restaurant Week

InlanderRestaurantWeek.com |Spokane, Wash. — Inlander Restaurant Week raised a record number of meals for Second Harvest this year, during its sixth annual event held Feb. 22-March 3, 2018. Participating restaurants, diners, and sponsors Sysco and Dairy Farmers of Washington collaborated to donate 54,359 meals. On Thursday, March 8 at 10 am, Sysco will deliver nearly 17,000 of those meals to Second Harvest. Read more…

Feed the Hungry During Inlander Restaurant Week

InlanderRestaurantWeek.com | Spokane, Wash. — This year, there are more ways than ever before to feed the hungry while participating in Inlander Restaurant Week Feb. 22-March 3. Inlander Restaurant Week is debuting a new initiative, called Everyone Eats​, which will allow diners at select restaurants to make a direct donation to Second Harvest on their Inlander Restaurant Week bills. The following restaurants are participating in the donation program: Read more…

Inlander Restaurant Week begins

Spokesman.com | Inlander Restaurant Week runs for 10 days, starting Thursday. It helps to have a reservation. During the event, participating restaurants offer three-course prix fixe menus for either $21 or $31, excluding tax and tip. (That’s up $2 in each category over last year.) At both price points, meals include an appetizer, entrée and dessert. Read more…

Biggest ever restaurant week has some creative and unique food options

KXLY.com | SPOKANE, Wash. – There are 107 restaurants participating in the sixth year of the restaurant week. Restaurants around Spokane, Post Falls, Coeur d’Alene and Airway heights are in overdrive getting ready for the expected crowds. Read more…

Check out the new participants in Inlander Restaurant Week

Inlander.com | Inlander Restaurant Week continues to grow, in breadth and depth. In addition to offering a broader range of places — not just fancy and not just pubs — it’s also brought in newcomers to this popular event, which organizers continue to monitor and adjust so diners and dining facilities both benefit. Check out the full list of Restaurant Week newbies; we’ve highlighted a few of them here. Read more…

Give back through Inlander Restaurant Week

KXLY.com | Inlander Restaurant Week begins Thursday. You can help support Second Harvest during the event in several different ways. First, you can opt to donate to Second Harvest on your bill. Select restaurants are adding an optional donation line. If you donate $1, you can feed a family of five. If you add $10, you can provide 50 meals. Read more…

How Second Harvest uses your donations to feed the Inland Northwest

Inlander.com | While local chefs prepare delicious dishes for guests throughout Inlander Restaurant Week, the real MVPs are the event’s official partners at Second Harvest, who work to feed the less fortunate in the community every single day. Read more…

Plan your Spokane Restaurant Week

NumericaCU.com | Decisions, decisions! With over 100 restaurants to choose from throughout north Idaho and the Spokane region, it can be very hard to make a plan for Restaurant Week 2018, Feb. 22-March 3. You’re in luck! The plan is easy!: Get a look at the menus. I think you got this. All it takes is a short perusal of the Restaurant Week menus to get your stomach growling. Pick the restaurants and menus that appeal the most! Read more…

A Delicious First Bite

InlanderRestaurantWeek.com | The menus are out, both in print and online, as the countdown to another Inlander Restaurant Week begins. Although the actual Restaurant “Week” doesn’t start until February 22, the event kicked off last Thursday with a special sold-out fundraising event to benefit Second Harvest. Proceeds from First Bite go toward addressing the growing population of food-insecure families in the Northwest so everybody eats.  Read more…

Support Second Harvest & Preview Inlander Restaurant Week

InlanderRestaurantWeek.com | Although the sixth annual Inlander Restaurant Week doesn’t officially start until February 22 (running until March 3), local food lovers can get a sneak peak of a few featured menu items, and the menus themselves, during a special preview of the annual 10-day culinary celebration. Read more…

Spokane, Coeur d’Alene expecting more tourists in 2018

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KREM.com | SPOKANE, Wash. – City officials in both Spokane and Coeur d’Alene are expecting to see an increase in tourism in the coming year.

Over the past few months, Spokane has been named one of the “most-hip” cities in the country, and USA Today ranked a few buildings here as a “must-see” in Washington.

Both qualities, along with our annual events, big-name concerts, and large conference spaces, have made Spokane an attractive destination for new visitors, city officials say.

In 2017, Spokane had quite the year, with the Garth Brooks concert series selling out to about 62,000 country music fans. Even Riverfront Park’s newest attraction, the ice ribbon, has already seen more than 25,000 visitors. Read more…

Browne’s Tavern participates in first Restaurant Week

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Browne’s Tavern is dealing with their lunch rush, but come dinner time, it’s a whole different game.

“It’s been an awesome challenge for us. It’s just fast paced business for the five hours we’re participating,” says David Seybert, executive chef of Browne’s Tavern. It’s their first time participating in the Inlander Restaurant Week. The first night, they served more than 100 diners. Watch video…

White House Grill visits KREM 2 for Restaurant Week!

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White House Grill stopped by KREM 2 on Monday to showcase some of their favorite dishes they are providing for restaurant week. Watch video…

Restaurant Week teams up with 2nd Harvest to feed the hungry

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SPOKANE, Wash. – We’re all guilty of it, taking a picture of our dinner then sharing it for all of our friends and followers to see. During Restaurant Week, those posts will help feed those in need. – Watch video…

Restaurant Week gives back to Second Harvest

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Julie Humphrey from Second Harvest in with us to tell us about how the event is also helping Second Harvest in a unique way this year. Watch video…

Restaurant Week Returns

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Julie Humphrey from Second Harvest in with us to tell us about how the event is also helping Second Harvest in a unique way this year. Read More…

Upcoming Event: Inlander Restaurant Week

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The fourth annual Inlander Restaurant Week kicks off Friday with a record-setting number of eateries in Spokane and North Idaho. There’s 104 this year. That’s up from 97 last year, 74 in 2014 and 53 in the event’s inaugural year. Restaurants will be offering special three-course menus – appetizer, entrée and dessert – for a fixed price of either $19 or $29, excluding tax and tip.  Read More…

2016 to Mark the Biggest Inlander Restaurant Week Ever

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Get ready to experience the biggest Inlander Restaurant Week ever, with a record-setting 100+ participating restaurants throughout Spokane, Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake, Post Falls and Coeur d’Alene. Restaurant week runs from February 26 through March 6. Each of the 104 Restaurant Week participants will offer three-course meals at a pre-set price of either $19 or $29. Diners can choose from the prix fixe Inlander Restaurant Week menu or order anything from a restaurant’s traditional menu.  Read More…

Inlander Restaurant Week coming up in Spokane

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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. Read More…

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Inlander Restaurant Week 2016 menus are live!

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The table is set and open for reservations. As of today, all of the three-course menus featured at Inlander Restaurant Week’s 104 participating restaurants — the fourth-annual culinary event is set for Feb. 26 through March 6 — are now live online. From fresh sushi in Coeur d’Alene to Italian fare in Browne’s Addition, Restaurant Week offers flavors to suit any taste, occasion and budget. Read More…

Visit Spokane’s Inlander Restaurant Week email newsletter

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Fetch your elastic waistband pants—Spokane’s favorite food-centric week is back! If you’ve ever been in Spokane during late February, you know what this week is all about. For the uninitiated: Inlander Restaurant Week is a 10-day celebration of the Spokane region’s culinary scene. 104 participating restaurants will offer multi-course meals at prix fixe prices. For either $19 or $29–depending on the restaurant–each meal will include an appetizer, entrée and dessert. Most restaurants will offer exclusive menus available only during the event! IRW is a perfect opportunity to visit a restaurant that you’ve been dying to try, or to try a new dish at an old favorite. Read More…

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Several one-time, local chef dinners are coming up — make reservations soon

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We’re obviously super excited about the fourth annual Inlander Restaurant Week coming up in exactly a month — happening for 10 days from Feb. 26 through March 6 — but there are many special culinary events to look forward to in the meantime. (Also, don’t forget that Restaurant Week menus are being released online next week, on Thursday, Feb. 4). Special one-time and occasional chef dinners aren’t a new trend, but of late we’ve definitely noticed more of these intimate events happening across the region. Since most have limited seating and feature a special menu offered that night only, making reservations is required. This means knowing about an event ahead of time is important, as many sell out early. Here’s the latest round-up of one-time chef dinners happening in the coming weeks that we’ve heard of: Read more…

Inlander Restaurant Week Featured in Visit Spokane’s E-Zine

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Forks and knives at the ready: Inlander Restaurant Week returns to Spokane for its fourth year, serving up great local foods at Delicious prices. Read more…

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Restaurant Week starts serving up dishes Feb. 26

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SPOKANE, Wash. — Get your appetites ready! Restaurant Week kicks off in the Spokane area on February 26 and it is bigger than ever. The Inlander Restaurant Week organizers said 104 restaurants in Spokane, Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake, Post Falls and Coeur d’Alene will be participating.  Read more…

Mark your calendars for Inlander Restaurant Week 2016

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The year has barely started and we’re already looking ahead seven weeks for the fourth annual Inlander Restaurant Week, happening this year from February 26 through March 6. That’s a week later than last year, but pretty much all other details about the 10-day culinary showcase of the region remain the same as in previous years. Read more…

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