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Steam Plant Square, Spokane

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3.6/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
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  • There are a few nice niche boutiques on the one side, and a restaurant on the other. It's a great renovation of the old steam plant. One of the better things about downtown Spokane. 
  • We stopped by on a Sunday for a look around, and though the shops were closed, we had a beer at the restaurant and thoroughly enjoyed looking around the restored steam plant. The architects did a fabu...  read more »
  • Found this place on Trip Advisor and decided to give it a try. Had muscles as an appetizer and they were great. Also had the Blood Orange Beer and it hit the spot. If you're in town looking for a plac...  read more »
  • Food was good. Gnocchi dish was huge and good, Caesar salad, pickled vegetable plate, steak, was all good. Not exceptional. Our server was awesome though. Wish I remembered his name. He knew tons of history on the building which was interesting to hear. He deserves a raise!!
  • The interior and appearance was incredible -- such a cool renovation of steam plant that operated for about 80 years! It's worth going for the design alone. Beer was great -- try the Jalapeno Ale! An amazing kick to this refreshing, summer beer. Not a place for vegetarians -- very few options on the menu.
  • One of the premiere places to get great beers in reasonably priced kegs-to-go. Awesome rental policy and no deposits. We have gotten multiple kegs for an array of functions in the area from here. We wouldn't dare go elsewhere.
  • Very cool converted old steam plant into a restaurant and other businesses. 15 minute wall from the Riverfront Park. Park your car once, parking is expensive and difficult. Walk and you can see more of the local culture. Complex still has kept most of the old steam plant hardware, VERY COOL, unique and worth a visit. Beer on tap is very good. Their Jalapeno spiked ale is very good with a kick. I had the buffalo meatloaf. Meh, just meh. Tasted like a microwave re-heated piece of loaf with mashed potatoes I could NOT eat. Side veggies the same. Their own made special ketchup is what gives this 3 stars vs. 2. VERY GOOD! I would have rather had a chance to buy that then their numerous beer container options. Still, a pretty cool place to visit.
  • Went for a company event. Lots of historic sights. A bit cramped. Didn't seem to give our large group quite enough space. Food was delicious.
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