Cold, snowy day in Spokane, still the restaurant was warm and the food and service both were excellent.
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I've eaten here numerous times, (20+) and have never been disappointed. The service is awesome and the food - spectacular
We celebrated our wives birthdays this January with another couple. Our waitress treated us as if it everyone's birthday! We have going to "Clinks" for nearly 40 years now...just the two of us up to a party of 22...during all times of the year and for those 'no occasion times' to the very special events. This restaurant will always be... More
The reason to come here is the front-row views of the Spokane river and downtown. This is a beautiful old restaurant in what was once a flour mill. Just a beautiful location. Service here is always very good, and the food is always tasty and well prepared. I usually come here for lunch when I'm in Spokane. Honestly I can't... More
To me this place is really cool. The food was average, service was good, but I liked the location, view and décor. The prices are set at top level restaurant prices, just nothing memorable that we ate to write home about. I had halibut cheeks that were a tad tough. I have had way better.
The service was attentive and helpful. The food (and choices) were great! The "fresh sheet" or daily specials were nice choices, and were excellent. Our server brought the manager over to check the food, as she noticed, after the steak was cut into, that the filet was not cooked as ordered. (It was slightly overdone, and my partner wasn't going... More
When I return to Spokane, this is one of my favorite places to enjoy. The prime rib is always predictqbly fantastic. The choice of appetisers and side salads is terrific and plentiful
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I loved the Broadway Pea Salad there and was wondering if they would share the recipe with me. I live in New York and won't be getting back to Clinks anytime soon.
Why is it still called a COBB SALAD when the ingredients should be specific??
Why isn't the menu on this site current?