Clover Restaurant Spokane

Clover Restaurant and Bar Review

Spokane Restaurants

Clover Restaurant and Bar
913 E. Sharp Ave., Spokane, WA 99202
Reservations accepted: (509) 487-2937


Price: $$$$$
Food Quality: ★★★★★
Date Night: 
★★★★★
Family Night: ★★★★☆
Casual Cocktails: ★★★★★
Business Cocktails: ★★★★★
Business Dinner: ★★★★★ 
Coco Chanel: ★★★★★
Hipster Commune: 
★★★☆☆
Pair A Nice Red With That: 
★★★★★
Perfect Tawny Finish:
★☆☆☆☆

Clover Beef Wellington Spokane
Clover’s Beef Wellington wrapped in a prosciutto & house-made puff pastry with a side of duck fat mashed potatoes.

Positives: Clover’s food quality compared to price can’t be beat. Most dinner entrees are under $30 but have flavor bouquets worth well more than that. Clover’s food is scratch made and locally sourced and the menu is dynamic, to say the least, with a classical western European influence. But don’t let that scare you because if you don’t have a palate for pâté’d chicken liver, Clover can serve you up a perfectly tender 12 ounce ribeye steak with the richest scalloped potatoes in town.

Located in the University District in an old converted home right across the street from Jack and Dan’s, with quiet humility, Clover has become one of the best restaurants in Spokane.

Pâté Brûlée Clover Spokane
“May I start with the chicken liver, please?” Clover’s Pâté Brûlée is likely the most unique appetizer in Spokane, with caramelized chicken liver mousse, bacon/wild mushroom marmalade, red wine reduction, pickled mustard seed, and grilled country bread.

Negatives: Only one, Clover’s dessert wine selection is minimal.

Upstairs at Clover Restaurant Spokane
The upstairs dining room at Clover.

Recommendation: Clover’s bust is on the Mount Rushmore of Spokane’s best restaurants. Exceptional food at an affordable price.