Pacific Northwest Qualifier
March 18-20, 25-27
Spokane Convention Center
, EWU Reese Court
, HUB Sports Center
The two-weekend volleyball tournament spread across three different venues allows time for a lot of exploring throughout the region! Here are just a few things that are a total ace in my book:
With three malls
, eclectic antique districts and numerous local boutiques, you’ll find plenty of unique items to take home with you. A few of my favorites include Boo Radley’s
(quirky gift items and Spokane souvenirs), Fringe & Fray
(vintage threads) and Nordstrom Rack
at the Spokane Valley Mall
(inexpensive, fashionable finds). Visit our shopping directory
for a full list of store locations.
After a day on the courts, you may want to dress up and see a show. 42nd Street
is at the INB Performing Arts Center March 24-27, Little Women
is playing at Spokane Civic Theatre through March 20, or you could get your laugh on at the Blue Door Theatre
, Friday and Saturday nights.
If you’re at the HUB Sports Center
Max at Mirabeau
– Fine dining, anytime.
– Go hungry. Ribs are my go-to dish, but you really can’t go wrong.
– Burgers, fries, shakes. Cash only, but well worth the stop at the ATM.
If you’re at Eastern Washington University
The Mason Jar
– Fresh sandwiches, delicious coffee and sweet treats.
– Teriyaki dishes galore.
– Homemade salsa is where it’s at.
– Go for the pizza, stay for the cheesy bread.
If you’re at the Spokane Convention Center…
– Classic Italian dishes.
– Coffee, vegan and gluten free pastries, salads and more.
– Burgers. Lots of burgers.
Main Market Co-op
– Grocery co-op that doubles as a deli. Super fresh lunch items.