The Post Street Alehouse was designed with casual family dining and classic comfort food in mind. Along with a full bar, it features seven 55-inch HDTVs, so you can watch sports and news while enjoying the "Best-Ever" cheeseburger or hand-breaded chicken strips. When it comes to the rotating selection of 26 premium beers on tap, you don't have to decide right away. The popular beer paddle provides five generous samples to help you find your favorite specialty brew. Casual dining doesn't mean half-hearted service. Owner Walt Worthy sampled 58 different cheeses before selecting the one that would define the Alehouse's incredible fried cheese. He had the sweet horseradish pickles that are used in the succulent fried pickles specially flown in because nothing less would do. And when it came to the battered halibut and chips, Worthy toured "chippies" across England to find a better recipe than his own. Not surprisingly, he couldn't.
Please note: Spokane Restaurant Week menus are for dine-in customers only.