Updated: Due to Cornavirus, most restaurants have begun curbside pick up or can now be orders using you preferred food delivery app. Some of the restaurants listed below have closed, while others are providing delivery and pick-up service.
If you are stoned in the Spokane area, this might be the most important thing you read today. You don’t have to go on some wild road trip, trying to find the perfect burger while high. Instead, we have compiled our list of the top places to eat in Spokane when you have the munchies. Be sure to check out our pot shops nearby – we are considered an essential service!
Essential reading has never been so satisfying, here are the places we recommend.
The Flying Goat
Pizza in a woodstone oven – need we say more? Probably not, but we will. The Flying Goat has been in town since 2010, and not only do they make all their own sauces, but they have an impressive list of craft beers on tap as well.
Try the Dalton pizza: honey apple BBQ sauce, house cheese blend, pulled pork, caramelized onion, and coleslaw. You can even pick up a meatball sandwich and wash it down with a pint of Wanderlust IPA. This is definitely a place to keep the munchies at bay.
If there is a better way of beating the munchies than a burger in a booth, we have yet to find it. Chances are Frank’s Diner has exactly what you are after.
Set in a turn-of-the-century presidential railcar, it is one of the most popular places in town, and it’s easy to see why. The portions are big enough, the menu has something for everyone, and their breakfasts are legendary.
Try the Jalapeno Pepper Jack Bacon Burger and if you still have room, grab some of their original 1886 hotcakes. Just be prepared to wait a few minutes at times, this place gets busy! However, this does mean that blending in is easy to do.
Anyone wanting some comfort food after a smoke can find it at Chaps. Located in an old farmhouse, Chaps also has its own bakery attached, which explains why their list of desserts is so extensive.
Their varied menu is a good mix of the classics and sweet treats. Some of their mouth-watering dishes include the gourmet lobster macaroni and cheese and the flat iron steak. They don’t take reservations, so just walk straight in, and take your fill of the comforting options to sate your munchies.
Satellite Diner & Lounge
Satellite Diner is an award-winning restaurant, but more notably, it’s popular with us locals; you’ll really get the full diner experience. This may be lost on some when high, but the food is something you won’t forget in a hurry.
When the munchies take over, it can be hard to find a meal big enough to leave you satisfied, so it’s a good thing that Satellite is known for huge portions. The place has a fun atmosphere with lots of background noise, even at breakfast.
Try the beer-battered, smothered fries loaded with cheddar cheese and chili. If that doesn’t appeal, then maybe the Billy Brean will. It consists of a burger patty, bacon, cheese, and fries, with two grilled cheese sandwiches for a bun! Just thinking about it gives us the munchies.
Our list of places to eat in Spokane would not be complete without a spot to get your hands on a good breakfast burrito. Kalico Kitchen is known for theirs, as well as their ‘’Kamikaze Creation’’ Omelette. Finish the nine eggs, double meat, veggies, four cheeses, one waffle, toast, and one pound of hash browns within 30 minutes and get a free T-shirt! Expect friendly service, munchie-worthy portions, and a hometown diner feel.
Whatever meal you prefer after a satisfying smoke, there is a good chance that the above restaurants have you covered.