New look.
New chef.
New menu.
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GRAND RE-OPENING JANUARY 2018

GRAND RE-OPENING JANUARY 2018

Nowhere else in the region - and rare in the U.S. - is there a facility that so artfully exposes the inner workings of an industrial plant while providing an experience that is truly unmatched in its vitality and energy.  The result of a remarkable vision to repurpose one of the city's most recognizable landmarks, the Steam Plant was the first historic building in Spokane to receive the prestigious National Preservation Honor Award.  Today, a new renovation is honoring those efforts while revealing even more of the building's soul.  And we can't wait to share it with you.  See you in January 2018!

REINVENTED KITCHEN. REIMAGINED MENU.

REINVENTED KITCHEN. REIMAGINED MENU.

Take advantage of a new wood-fired pizza oven, rotisserie, char-broiler, and smoker; the Kitchen has been completely reinvented - and the menu reimagined.  "The attraction for me," says new executive chef Steve Leonard, "is to create fresh, authentic foods that live up to this majestic space; to use bold flavors to enhance regional favorites." Le Cordon Bleu Paris- trained Chef Leonard comes to Spokane from Illinois, where he served as executive chef at several restaurants in the Chicago area - including Levy Restaurants at Wrigley Field. 





BRAND-NEW EVENT SPACE

BRAND-NEW EVENT SPACE


Expanded meeting space capability! Our newly added Rooftop event space, located on the third floor and spanning the breezeway, not only accommodates up to 150 people but also includes outdoor patio space with unique city views. 
- parties
- reunions
- corporate meetings
- weddings and rehearsal dinners
History of a local landmark

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FROM INDUSTRIAL TO IDLE TO ICONIC

The lighted 225-foot twin smokestacks will lead you to a one-of-a-kind Spokane landmark that, for more than 70 years, provided the downtown area with steam heat.  But that's only part of the story. 

READ THE HISTORY