"Three Peaks" refers to the three prominent peaks in the region: Mount Spokane, Cayuse Mountain and Steptoe Butte. These three important landmarks roughly outline the Spokane Tribe's ancestral homelands of more than three million acres. And so, both name and design evoke a place of gathering that draws people from the entire region.

  • Casual fine dining
  • Scratch made with local ingredients
  • Daily Chef's specials
  • Happy Hour specials Monday through Friday from 3PM – 7PM
  • Families Welcome
  • Children's Menu Available
  • Open daily 11am to close


"Speelya" is the Salish word for coyote, an important figure in Spokane Tribe culture and stories. The trickster represents fun and merriment...with a bit of mischief. It is a perfect name for the deli, a place where friends can gather to take a break over a quick bite to eat.

  • Sandwiches and salads made fresh daily
  • Scratch-made gourmet desserts
  • Espresso and coffee


"Whaluks" refers to a traditional card game played by generations of the Spokane Tribe. Because the Spokane Tribe Casino is a gathering place for social interaction, Whaluks is a nod to the tribe's tradition of fun and gaming. The name represents the high energy surrounding lucky cards, representing a place where great friends can meet for a laugh and a refreshing beverage.

  • Locally crafted wines, cocktails and beers
  • Open daily 9AM-2AM