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Elk Public House

1931 W. Pacific Ave., Spokane, WA

This square brick building in bohemian Browne’s Addition began its life as a drug store – a green neon Elk Drug sign hangs inside over the entrance – but became one of Spokane’s early craft beer havens with its reopening as a pub in 1999. The 18 taps include nitro and cask handles, with 12- and 16-ounce pours available. The growing popularity of canned craft offerings is celebrated in a Spo-Can festival at the beginning of June, followed by the Elkfest music festival. Inside (considerably spruced up through a recent facelift), there's a long, copper-topped bar and, like sister establishments Moon Time, Porch and Two Seven, plenty of traditional British pub photos and signs throughout. Another neon sign at the back by the kitchen advertises 74th Street Gumbo, a menu mainstay borrowed from Seattle’s 74th Street Ale House, where one of the owners previously worked. The large patio out front features both table seating, and stools at a counter at one end. (11/15) 


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Business hours
Sunday 11 a.m.-midnight
Monday 11 a.m.-midnight
Tuesday 11 a.m.-midnight
Wednesday 11 a.m.-midnight
Thursday 11 a.m.-midnight
Friday 11 a.m.-midnight
Saturday 11 a.m.-midnight