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Spokane Parks & Gardens

Manito Park - The park is located at the corner of Division Street and 18th Avenue. The park features the Gaiser Conservatory, the park is completely scattered with the most amazing exotic tropical plants. It is also home to a beautiful rose garden and a lily garden which is most beautiful during the month of May when it is flowering season.

Nishinomiya Japanese Garden - The garden features beautiful ponds, fountains and cobblestone walkways. It has a very tranquil atmosphere and is the perfect place to enjoy a day of utter relaxation. It houses a lovely picnic area, a gorgeous duck pond and a playground for the little one's.

Edgecliff - The park is located at 8th Avenue & Park Road. The park consists of 5 acres of land and offers a great variety of entertainment for the entire family. It features extensive hiking trails, a BBQ and picnic area, a tennis and basketball court, a ballfield and play equipment for the little one's.

Spokane Restaurants and Bars

Spokane Restaurants

Fugazzi - Located on 1 N. Post Street. The restaurant has an interior which is created of wooden floors and gorgeous brick walls, giving it a historical an classy feel. It has been voted as the most popular restaurant in town, serving the most delicious International cuisine.

Herbal Essence Cafe - The cafe is located on 115 N. Washington Street. It has become a very popular place to enjoy a delicious meal, whether it be a tasty lunch or a hearty dinner. Their specialties include dishes such as Jamaican chicken satay served with a delicious mango barbecue sauce, sirloin served with huckleberry sauce and wild-mushroom ravioli served with delicious smoked chicken.

The Steam Plant Grill - Located on 159 S. Lincoln Street. The restaurant is situated inside the historical landmark of a former steam-generating plant. The restaurant is decorated with the original girders, pipes, and boilers used by the steam pump, ensuring it to be the most unusual restaurant in Spokane. The restaurant offers a large menu consisting of meals such as delicious burgers, pasta dishes, seafood and sandwiches.

Spokane Bars & Clubs

The Elk - The restaurant was originally opened in the 1900's and is located on 1931 W. Pacific Avenue. It was originally used as a drug store and a soda fountain which supplied the locals with their essential dose of medicine and soda's. Today it is used as a gracious little pub, which serves the best microbrews in the Soutwest. The bar also offers its guests a menu consisting of deliciously made cheap eats.

Thirsty's - Located on Division street. Thirsty's is a wonderful place to enjoy an evening of dancing, drinking and having a fabulous time with friends. The club has a lovely atmosphere and plays a good variety of the latest popular dance music.

The Blue Dolphin - The club is located in the Valley. It offers great specials on drinks on occasional evenings, offers the female guests extremely entertaining ladies nights and is without a doubt the place to go for an evening of all night partying.

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