GSI accepts weeklong challenge to support construction-affected businesses

downtownconstruction_websiteiconWe are excited to take part in the #RDowntownSpokane challenge this week, Oct. 3-7, supporting local businesses affected by the Lincoln-Monroe construction in downtown Spokane. Our neighbors own, operate, and work at these stores, restaurants, hotels, and venues, and each one plays a role in making Spokane a truly great place to live. Please join us this week as we highlight these businesses and support our neighbors!

When visiting one of our local businesses, show your support on social media and tag us using @greaterspokane, #greaterspokane, or #RDowntownSpokane.

Join us this Thursday, Oct. 6 as we support four different restaurants in the construction zone with a no-host happy hour from 5 to 7 p.m.! These four locations include:

Tamarack Public House
912 W Sprague Ave.

Watch the Cardinals take on the 49ers in the restaurant loft, and enjoy Tamarack’s popular queso dip appetizer. The restaurant has a wide array of 32 beers on tap. They’ll even serve a GSI signature punch for $5.

Gilded Unicorn
110 S Monroe St.

Come enjoy a full menu with beer, wine and cocktails. Popular dishes at the Gilded Unicorn include their Bocce Rolls (stuffed with mozzarella and garlic) or the Unicorn Mac n’ Cheese (with twirling macaroni and white cheddar).

24 Taps
825 W Riverside Ave.

24 Taps will show Thursday night’s football game, where the Cardinals take on the 49ers. One menu highlight is Poutine, the Canadian traditional dish. Their homemade french fries are topped with fresh Wisconsin cheese curds, and smothered in piping hot brown gravy.

Steam Plant Brewing Co & Pub
159 S Lincoln St.

Fill your growler at Steam Plant Brewing Co & Pub! During the happy hour event, they’ll offer half-priced appetizers as well as $3 and $4 pints. You can also watch the Cardinals/49ers football game and root for your team.

Businesses in the construction zone are:

Next Door Espresso

Nudo Ramen House

Post Street Ale House

Sapphire Lounge

Brooklyn Deli

River Park Square


Red Rolling Pin

24 Taps Burgers and Brews

The Spokane Club

Gilded Unicorn


Patit Creek Cellars

Hotel Ruby

Paper Nerd

Knitting Factory

Stacks at Steam Plant

Satori Dance Studio

Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox

Studio 151


Montvale Hotel

Orlison Tasting Room

Fire Artisan Pizza

French Toast

Buttles Gourmet Candy

White Lavender

Tamarack Public House

Nodland Cellars Tasting Room


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