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Indoor dining resumes in Washington: What you should know in Spokane

State guidelines give options for restaurants and bars with ways to provide high air flow to reopen indoor dining.

SPOKANE, Wash. — Under the Washington state reopening guidelines, people can once again dine-in at some of their favorite restaurants.

Spokane County, which is a part of the East Region, is currently in Phase 1 of reopening.

That means restaurants and bars are closed for indoor dine-in service. However, those that can meet the state’s Open Air Dining guidelines can resume indoor seating.

State guidelines mandate that open air seating occurs in a structure with one or more permeable exterior walls, allowing for maximum air flow. Meeting this requirement also includes continuously monitoring CO2 levels to ensure adequate airflow.

Examples of this includes open bay doors, multiple open windows, screened openings, and open tent panels. Single windows and interior, entrance or emergency exit doors do not count toward this concept.

You can read more on Governor Inslee's website.

Here are a list of Spokane restaurants with indoor seating options:

  • David's Pizza
  • Watts 1903
  • Saranac Commons (Peace Pie, Stella's, Black Label brewery)
  • Saranac Pub
  • Four Eyed Guys Brewing
  • Cascadia
  • Incrediburger and Eggs
  • No-Li Brewhouse
  • Manito Tap House
  • Rock City Grill
  • Perry Street Brewing
  • Poole's Public House - North and South
  • Iron Goat Brewing
  • Nyne Bar
  • Bellwether Brewing
  • Arborcrest Wine
  • Prohibition Gastropub
  • Millwood Brewery
  • Yaya Brew Co. 
  • Snow Eater Brewing Co. 
  • Backyard Spokane 
  • 291 Brewhouse
  • Whistle Punk Beer
  • The Red Wheel
  • Borracho's
  • 5 North Brewing Company
  • JJ's Tap Smokehouse
  • The Hidden Mother Brewery
  • The Swinging Doors
  • Osprey Restaurant
  • Adelo's Pizza
  • Brother's Office
  • Hops n' Drops
  • Lumber Beard
  • Waddell's Pub
  • Lost Boys' Garage Bar and Grill
  • Manito Taphouse
  • Thai Bamboo