This casual pub-style eatery is popular for its convenient downtown location and affordable prices. Housed in one of Spokane's many older brick buildings, the interior design has an urban contemporary vibe, with lots of burnished-metal artwork by local artists. About a dozen beers are on tap, but this is a place the whole family can enjoy; there's a decent kids' menu with the usual favorites. Sandwiches and burgers make this a handy place for lunch; kebabs, steak, and
halibut-and-chips are heartier fare for dinner, and steelhead is definitely on the menu too. Reservations are not accepted on Friday and Saturday nights.