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Brought to you by Erin & Mike Easton, Bar Bacetto is a cozy 18 seat bar (21+) with a small menu of classic cocktails, antipasti, and fresh pasta dishes. The dynamic, ever changing menu can be found on our giant chalkboard.
We welcome parties of 4 and smaller.
The Family Style Pasta Table can seat 5-6 guests. It can be booked once a night, at 6:00pm, via Open Table. We serve the entire menu family style for this reservation.
We are a 21+ establishment.
Our lunch menu features many choices of salads with freshly made dressings, quiche of the day, and hot bowls of soup. Our tearoom menu offers various levels of tea from the Princess Tea that includes salad, finger sandwiches, scones and desserts to an afternoon refreshment of just scones. Devonshire cream and lemon curd made in house!
We currently offer over 40 delicious, aromatic tea choices from the Jasmine Pearl Company and other local companies.
We’re not just a place for a special occasion, we are a special place for any occasion! Reservations recommended! Walk ins welcome!
The Tide Tables restaurant is open until September 16th.
The Net Shed will reopen in October on Saturdays (no reservations) .
A few things to note about your reservation:
We will have community seating this year, so you may be sharing our large picnic tables with another group.
All reservations are for 1.5 hours based on your reservation start time, we recommend arriving on time to ensure you get the whole time.
You can now make reservations for up to 20 people.
The Net Shed is open for walk in space, so if there are no reservations available you can still come out and sit at the Net Shed where we will have beer, wine, DIY oysters and seasonal nibbles(:
We have designed a menu that allows us to be creative on a daily basis, and work within the limits of what is in season and available. We are always looking for unique ingredients to highlight. Local beef, regional fresh fish, local gardens, heirloom vegetables fruits and tomatoes. We describe our style as “Regionally Sourced Northwest Cuisine”. It just makes sense using local ingredients at the peak of their quality and freshness.
The Olive and Grape opened in September 2010. The owner, Paola Corsini, is third-generation Italian Levantine, born and raised in Izmir, Turkey. Paola's distinct culture is represented in the menu at The Olive and Grape. Each and every meal served is infused with the traditions of Turkish and Italian cuisine.
Ambrosia Bistro was conceived by Scott and Kara Cook to bring a feeling of downtown to the Spokane Valley. Located near historic Millwood, our inventive cuisine, great selection of spirits and Northwest wines, as well as our attentive staff are all designed to make your visit to Ambrosia a truly memorable one.
We have seasonal patio dining, a full bar, both booth and table seating, and we are fully handicapped accessible. Our flexible seating allows us to accommodate groups up to 45 people with advanced notice. We also offer off-site catering for groups up to 150.
Our new "a la cart menu" is some dishes from our tasting menu, small sharable plates, as well new concepts we are testing. The "a la cart menu" is our answer to those wanting a few dishes from our tasting menu or just a snack and a glass of wine.
Come experience Afternoon Tea in a magical little space.
We offer delicious dishes with ingredients sourced locally and fresh.
Our craft cocktails will remind you the days you were out in the woods with your friends.
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