Kismet serves up Latin-inspired cuisine in its first Inlander Restaurant Week

SPOKANE, Wash. — It’s the best time of year for foodies in the Inland Northwest  — Inlander Restaurant Week is finally here.

Now’s the time to browse the menus and choose what restaurants you’re going to try out.

Kismet is a newer restaurant in Spokane participating in its first ever Restaurant Week!

If you’re in the mood for Latin cuisine, this is the place for you!

Here’s a look at what’s on the menu for Restaurant Week:

FIRST COURSE

  • Grilled Queso, Tacos Whettos, Panzanella Salad

SECOND COURSE

  • Tamales, Smoked Cheese Black Bean Empanada, Bocalo

THIRD COURSE

  • Tres Leches Cake, Mexican Chocolate Brownie, Sorbet

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Kismet’s set price for a three course meal is $33. See the official website for a closer look at the full menu.

The restaurant is located in Hillyard at 3020 E Queen Ave.

Inlander Restaurant Week menus went live on Feb. 7, and reservations are now open.

The event lasts until March 5, so don’t miss out on some local eats that may interest you!

You can browse the menus online by price, cuisine or area using this guide.

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