Summer in the Inland Northwest is a beautiful time. Whether you are looking for a patio to enjoy some drinks and food with friends, or want to take the family out for a weekend adventure, there is an endless list of activities to do in Spokane. Learn more about some of our favorite summer activities below.
Top 3 Patio Dining spots in Spokane, WA
What’s better than sitting on a patio, soaking up the sunshine, and enjoying delicious food and drinks with friends and family? Spokane has lots of options for outdoor dining to take in the summer sunshine. Check out the full list of gorgeous patios on Visit Spokane.
Head to the Perry District in Spokane, Washington, and hit up the Perry Street Brewing patio for some hoppy drinks and tasty food. Opened in 2014, this brewery has craft beers on tap including their 2016 Great American Beer Festival gold-metal winning India Pale lager. Not a drinker? No worries, Perry Street Brewing has non-alcoholic options and a kid-friendly menu.
Planning a special evening out with your significant other? Make sure Clickerdagger is at the top of your list of places to eat. This fine dining restaurant has amazing views of Spokane Falls while you’re sitting on its patio. Find delicious options on their menu like Columbia River Steelhead, Cuban Spiced Scallops and Shrimp, Lobster, Herb Crusted Prime Rib, and American Wagyu Sirloin.
Twigs Bistro & Martini Bar (Wandermere)
Twigs Bisto has to perfect patio to relax and enjoy a summer evening. Their patio sits on a manmade lake with an amazing view of not one, not two, but FOUR waterfalls. With four locations in Spokane, the Wandamere Twigs is the largest and can accommodate over 200 guests. With their extensive menu, including Gluten-Free and Vegan options, everyone is sure to find something they’ll love.
In Spokane, there are a few things we love, and one of those things is Farmers Markets. These events are the perfect place to shop locate, support local, and enjoy local food. Check out the schedule for Farmers Markets in Spokane.
Monday: Hillyard Farms Market 5009 N Market St, Spokane, Washington 99217
Tuesday: Fairwood Farmers Market 319 W Hastings Rd, Spokane, WA 99218
Wednesday: Kendall Yards Night Market 1335 W Summit Pkwy, Spokane, Washington 99201
Thursday: Perry Street Thursday Market 924 S Perry St, Spokane, Washington 99202
Friday: Emerson-Garfield Farmers Market 2310 N Monroe St, Spokane, Washington 99205
Saturday: Spokane Farmers Market 2195 W 2nd Ave, Spokane, Washington 99201
Saturday: Wonder Market 835 N Post St, Spokane, Washington 99201
Saturday: Liberty Lake Farmers Market 1421 N Meadowwood Lane, Liberty Lake, Washington 99019
Green Bluff is the perfect place to head with the family for a fun-filled day. With over 35 farms, orchards, breweries, and wineries, there is something for everyone in the family to enjoy. Pick your own produce, drink some delicious wine and ciders made right there in Green Bluff and enjoy the Inland Northwest sunshine. Here is a list of a few growers at Green Bluff. To check out all growers head over to their directory
Beck’s Harvest House – Home of the Friendly Family Farm Fun.
Siemers Farm – Pick your own produce or purchase some of the pre-picked products.
Sunshine Farm – There are many options of u-pick fruits and vegetables from grapes, black currants, and apples.
The Cherry Shack – Cherries, Apricots, Apples, Pears, and much more!
Walters Fruit Ranch – Play area, U-pick fruits and vegetables, local hard ciders, wines, and brews.
Visit Alkaloid Cannabis Company
Make sure you stop by Alkaloid Cannabis Company in Spokane, Washington to pick up all the goodies you want to enjoy the Spokane activities. Located at 11414 North Newport Hwy, just south of Costco, we have all the best flower, prerolls, and infused edibles.