Get your brunch on at these delicious Spokane County mainstays

They’ve always said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and yet so many of us skip it. The beauty of brunch, meanwhile, is that you can still enjoy breakfast foods without having to roll out of bed at the crack of dawn. It’s a boon for anyone who doesn’t consider themselves a morning person. Here are a few Spokane establishments serving up some of the finest eggs, bacon and pancakes you can find.


This inviting breakfast spot that sits right off Monroe serves slightly upscale comfort food, though none of it is too spendy or unapproachable — try out the brunch burger, biscuits and chorizo gravy or the shrimp and grits. Along with their menu of mimosas (flavors include pina colada, strawberry rhubarb and brulee peach), the restaurant’s bright, clean design actually serves as a nice pick-me-up in the morning. 1011 W. Broadway Ave.,, 443-5968


Nestled in the Latah Creek area, Chaps is one of the best brunch spots Spokane has to offer. You can’t really go wrong with any of their menu items, but they’re best known for their oatmeal (even if you’ve never been a huge oatmeal fan, you just might be converted), and the decadent blueberry muffin French toast. Once you’ve polished off your brunch, you’ll no doubt make a beeline to their selection of fresh baked goods. 4237 Cheney Spokane Rd.,, 624-4182


Even if you’ve never eaten at this beloved Spokane institution, you’ve probably noticed it: It’s located inside a genuine vintage train car, situated on Second Avenue near the Maple Street Bridge. But if you have dined at Frank’s, you know all about its appeal: the hefty portions, the quirky ambience, the wide-ranging breakfast menu and especially those famous hash browns. 1516 W. Second Ave.; also,10929 N. Newport Highway,


Diners that serve all-day breakfast are certainly diamonds in the rough, but how many places in the downtown core are still serving breakfast after all the bars have closed down? The Satellite is one of those places, and with its full bar on one side of the building, you can always enjoy a cocktail with your meal. They’re best known for their plate-sized pancakes, their hearty eggs benedict and their protein- and potato-packed Satellite Scramble. 425 W. Sprague Ave.,, 624-3952


In pre-pandemic times, this cozy Kendall Yards spot almost always seems to be packed, with prospective diners waiting on the sidewalk outside. But you can still get their delicious food to go, and you won’t be disappointed. Amongst their signatures are the breakfast poutine and chicken and waffles, and the entrees include steak and eggs, huevos rancheros and a variety of breakfast sandwiches. 1248 W. Summit Pkwy.,, 290-5952

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