• 1.Kc's Take And Bake Pizza And More

    9 E 1st Ave

    Spokane,WA

    0.74 mi

  • 2.Kc's Cup

    4102 S Bowdish Rd

    Spokane,WA

    8.97 mi

  • 3.K Cs Remodeling & Repair

    6508 N Lynwood St

    Spokane,WA

    4.04 mi

    BBB Rating: A+
  • 4.KC'S Take n Bake

    9 W 1st St

    Deer Park,WA

    20.63 miMenu$$

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    Love this place ... Would go a lot more if they would open on Sundays! Everyone wants pizza on sunday

  • 5.Kc's Breakfast Club

    740 N Cecil Rd Ste 102

    Post Falls,ID

    25.77 mi

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03/13/2016
By: Donald I.
24 Taps
First time I went in there I waited around for someone to come over to me, after 5 minutes, no one did. No parking, you have to feed the meter quarters if you wanna park close by. that is if u can find a space. If one is a football worshiper and actually thinks bar food is good food. Then you may like it. Owner is arrogant and rude. I would not go back or if i did. I would not tip bartenders. I am not sure why delivering me a beer and a burger deserves a tip.
03/25/2013
By: chrissy.stjohn
Oxi Fresh Carpet Cleaning of the Inland N.W.
This is by far the best carpet cleaning I have ever had. It was dry in about an hour just like they said. They got all of my stains out, showed up on time, and the technician was very nice and didn't try and sell me something I did not need.
01/10/2015
By: Amanda L.
Fizzie Mulligans
Love this place!We came here and danced and drank and ate and it was all amazing! Its in a great location and the bands amazing, the food and drink was wonderful!I can't say enough good things about this place!We're going back very soon!
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06/24/2016
By: Brenda B.
Off Regal
ORL is awesome. I come from the north side to see the best bartender in town IMHO. The owners are great and the regulars are welcoming. Definitely a place to try out I matter where in Spokane you live.
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03/31/2015
By: Tanya S.
Americlean
Best carpet cleaning ever!
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