Bennidito’s Brewpub is bringing great beer, pizza, sandwiches and salads to the neighborhood.
Our goal is to be the biggest little bar in Spokane. We have a neighborhood bar feeling with easy access to downtown and the freeway. Never any beef here, come as you are! We always have two pinball machines and a pool table, as well as old classics like dominoes, playing cards, chess and of course, checkers!
Live music frequents this bar and we will always be booking some exciting shows. Check out the events page on our website for our schedule. Hand-crafted micro brews available on draft. We have a wide variety of domestic beer and imports, wine and a full bar featuring one of the finest liquor selections in Spokane! Don’ts forget the delicious food, you can get the details on our menu. Our outdoor smoking/drinking are with covered seating area is great in any weather. Beat the heat with a cold drink in the shade, or warm up with an Irish coffee by the fire.
Karaoke · Bar games · Happy hour food
The secret to making cheesecake that’s light and airy, with a rich and creamy yet feathery texture, is simple and twofold. Low and slow.
That’s according to Thomas Speight, who owns Spokane Cheesecakes with his wife, Gillian. The bakeshop specializes in small, individual-sized cheesecakes. The couple have developed more than 30 flavors of crust and cake combinations – from their signature Mayan chocolate cheesecake with chocolate ganache, Saigon cinnamon, a hint of chile, and dark-chocolate- and-orange-scented crust, to their limón cheesecake with a vanilla-lemon crust.
Open Tuesday – Friday 10am – 5:30pm, Saturday 10am – 5pm
Open November 2018, the once “Palmistry Building” has returned to life as “The Original Union Tavern” at 1914 E. Sprague. A cool new local hang out! Featuring local brews, vino and spirits from around the Northwest. A palate of great tavern food, from appetizers, burgers, salads and more…in a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere. The casual decor takes you back to an era of quirky beer advertisements, home-town WWII union support of “Rosie the Riveter”, old wooden bleachers from the Gonzaga Kennel days, and an old bar salvaged out of Montana. Come enjoy…and hang out! You are always welcome!