Latah Bistro , people, c'mon! deli's downtown are domini's and brooklyn deli - they're both horrible. I am convinced that it is impossible to find a good sandwhich in the entirety of spokane. there are a ton of good pho places. Fugazzi is a black hole for your dollars - don't do it. plus....gross. latah bistro. I strongly suggest it.
Latah Bistro!!!! It's 4 miles out of downtown - it's worth the cab ride. Request a seat in the zoo - that's the seats looking into the kitchen. they'll entertain you. Unfortuatley the chef is out for 2 months, but the other employees will do. Really it's worth it, they have steak if you want....but also a rotating menu with amazing cheeses and chocolates and wine selections. www.latahbistro.com
I know this was posted over 2 years ago. But I read through all the comments and I'm angry. I've worked in restaurants in Bellingham forever, you people have left out some very important places! Supon's - Thai Food Mt. Bakery - Pastries & Weekday breakfast, best crepes in town Jerome - Saturday market, he is a French gentleman that makes the actual best crepes in town, but since he's only around on sat. he's ranked at 2nd. He uses a really old cast iron crepe 'stove' if you will. Check him out, delicious! Prospect Street Cafe is nice. Bayou on Bay - Awesome creole food! Oriental Bakery - Asian buns, best snack ever Harris Street Cafe - good coffee and lunch Old World Deli - Meat and Cheese! Quel Fromage isn't that great, Spokane even has a better cheese shop with a far more pleasant staff. Boundary Bay has good quality burgers and excellent beer. and good music. Don't neglect the 3 woodstone ovens either - Daisy Cafe, Wild Buffalo, and Mambo Italiano(bad lunch, good dinner) And what Bellingham lacks in restaurant variety it definately makes up for in farms and local purchasing power. I know half the farmers in whatcom and skagit county - and they all make/grow amazing products Bellingham is GREAT place for food.