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Adriana Janovich


Spokane, WA, United States

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Past articles by Adriana:

The Grain Shed is expanding to Hillyard, Liberty Lake

The proprietors behind South Perry’s Grain Shed are planning new eateries in Hillyard and Liberty Lake. → Read More

89 days: Couple’s self-imposed grocery challenge a lesson in resourcefulness and creativity

The milk was the first to go. Next went the avocados and eggs. The remaining cloves of garlic helped prep a leg of lamb for Easter. That was Day 26. After that last trip to the store in mid-March, I wondered how long we could make the groceries last. → Read More

‘Top Chef’ Season 13’s Chad White of Spokane makes semifinal list of prestigious James Beard Awards

The prestigious James Beard Foundation this morning has announced its 2020 Restaurant and Chef Award semifinalists, and the list includes “Top Chef” Season 13 cheftestant Chad White of Spokane for his ceviche restaurant Zona Blanca at 154 S. Madison St. in downtown Spokane. → Read More

‘You can always find a friend here’: The Baby Bar embraces its hole-in-the-wall vibe

Baby Bar, known for its gem of a jukebox, all-around scrappiness and hand-written rules, is comforting in its no-nonsense but friendly approach to service. During the past dozen years, this hip but unpretentious downtown dive has established itself as a haven for local artists, musicians and misfits right alongside the likes of regular 9-to-5-ers and the occasional rock star. → Read More

Frozen locally: Panhandle Cone and Coffee preaches quality, love through ice cream

Panhandle Cone and Coffee now has two scoop shops in North Idaho. Husband-and-wife proprietors Jason and Stephanie Dillon opened their second location – on Main Street in downtown Moscow – mid-March, just in time for the warm-weather busy season. It joins their downtown Sandpoint location, which has been churning out premium ice cream since early 2015. → Read More

O-Ramen serves up noodles on the Palouse

Orin Ford recently opened the already popular O-Ramen restaurant in downtown Pullman, where he’s been running out of bones and selling out of broth since the first day of service. The casual, walk-up-counter eatery serves a streamlined menu with three soup bases: rich pork, blended chicken and pork, and garbanzo bean for a vegan option. → Read More

Ruins ends Sunday night vegetarian dinners

Dubbed the Last Supper, the four-course, Sunday night, vegetarian dinner started at the end of October and lasted until early February. → Read More

Tickets on sale now for third annual Crave food and drink festival

Main events include Thursday night’s Seafood Bash, Friday night’s Smoke & Fire tasting, Saturday night’s Foods from around the World tasting and Saturday’s Grand Tasting. → Read More

‘Restaurant Week Rejects’ band together to host their own special dining event

A trio of top Spokane chefs –Travis Dicksinson, Chad White and Jeremy Hansen – will be running three-course $19 menus at their downtown Spokane restaurants from Feb. 18 through March 2. → Read More

Putting the spirits back into Soulful Soups & Spirits

The downtown eatery has revamped its cocktail menu, hiring a new bar manager with international experience to update and reinvigorate the bar program. → Read More

Blackbird closes less than a year after switching menu to barbecue

On social media, owner Patrick McPherson blamed a lack of business. → Read More

Survive the snow with these soul-satisfying soups

Warm up with soup from these spots in and around Spokane → Read More

Glorious Artisan Bakery to open in Browne’s Addition in March

After launching his line of artisan breads last summer at local farmers markets, Leo Walters is prepping for his first brick-and-mortar location. → Read More

Stacie Kearney is the “lucky lady” behind Lucky Lady Bread Co.

She uses Central Milling Organic Flour, sourdough starter from the Oregon Trail from 1847, and a long, cold ferment. → Read More

Super Bowl LIII: Where to watch the big game in the Inland Northwest

If you’re not going to a friend’s house or hosting a party at your own place, here are some spots to consider for your viewing pleasure. → Read More

Chef Lu’s Asian Bistro offers special menu for Chinese New Year

Celebrate the Year of the Pig with Happiness Tiger Eyes and three other special dishes at the South Hill restaurant through Feb. 19. → Read More

Liberty Ciderworks win prestigious Good Food Award

The Spokane cidery was one of 13 nationwide winners in this year’s cider category. → Read More

Chad White plans to open New England-style lobster counter in downtown Spokane

Look for High Tide Lobster Bar to open as early as the end of February. → Read More

New farmers market slated to start in Spokane Valley

The City of Spokane Valley has partnered with the JAKT Foundation to launch the new farmers market in June through an economic and lodging tax grant. Meantime, volunteers and vendors are needed. → Read More

Side Hustle Syrups hosts launch party

The local company specializes in small-batch syrups in flavors such as orange-vanilla, lemon-lavender and coconut-lime. It’s partnering with Dry Fly Distilling, Nathan’s 3BQ and Sweet Frostings for its launch party Feb. 2. → Read More