The Spokane region's dedicated chefs bring the signature dishes of the Old Country straight to the Inland Northwest. At sister restaurants, the Old European and Little Euro, diners can take a tour of the whole continent. Famous for breakfast, their menus feature Dutch Babies and Danish Aeblskivers (light doughnuts with delicious dipping sauce), 12 kinds of Hungarian Goulash (egg and potato scrambles), delicious Swedish Crepes and a constant supply of fresh squeezed orange juice.
For a taste of Paris, Madeleine's Café and Pastisserie, located just across the street from The Spokane Liberty Building offers fresh croissants, éclairs, napoleons and marjolaine as well as savory crepes, quiches, sandwiches and pomme frites. Santé Restaurant and Charcuterie focuses on locally sourced foods with classic European cooking methods to deliver an exquisite farm to table experience. Chef and owner Jeremy Hansen's dedication includes making his own charcuterie and assembling an extensive wine list.
At the Melting Pot, fondue truly becomes a memorable four course dining experience where patrons can dip into something different and discover all the ingredients for the perfect night out including a
Located on the corner of Main and Washington in the Liberty Building. We choose organic, ethically raised, local and made in-house ingredients whenever possible. The cuisine is comprised of