While visiting Spokane, WA on a recent business trip I found myself settling in at the bar of the Post Street Ale House, wondering what’s good. The restaurant itself was very busy for a weeknight and the beer selection was as impressive as the food menu. I quickly selected a cask-style IPA (Ninkasi, very good) and zeroed in on the food menu, full of comfort food classics. I asked the bartender what was good and she said “the Reuben”. I thought to myself “what would Bill do in this situation?” and immediately ordered the Reuben. It was great! Not too messy and relatively thick-cut pastrami on this one, on a colorful marble rye. And the fries were delicious too. All in all, the Post Street Ale House is a terrific place to eat, drink or hang out if you find yourself in Spokane, WA.
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