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Little Euro

4 locals recommend ·

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Alexandra
Alexandra
May 7, 2018
Great for brunches on the patio
Jason
Jason
March 29, 2018
A little out of the way, but quick to get to on the freeway. Everything on the menu is astounding. I am partial to the Hungarian Goulash.
Christine And Gary
Christine And Gary
September 19, 2017
BREAKFAST & LUNCH with gourmet egg dishes, crepes, ableskivers, pancakes/waffles, eggs benedicts, coffee drinks (non-alcoholic), fresh squeezed OJ, and great sandwiches for lunch. Bright and airy atmosphere! Usually busy with indoor & outdoor seating.
Jody
Jody
September 14, 2015
Small, but worth the wait for a great breakfast.

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517 North Pines Road
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Phone+1 509-891-7662