Here's what you should know about Boots
First, we’re (one of the only places in Spokane that is) completely vegan, and we’re mostly gluten-free. As the bakery part of our name suggests, we have pastries, muffins, etc., but we also have a deli case full of savory foods. And we aim to please all eaters, so if you have special dietary considerations, let us know.
Second, we make pretty mean drinks. Boots was opened in June 2012 by Alison Collins, a bartender with 10 years of experience in Spokane, most famously for her hospitality behind the stick at Mizuna. Alison is an intuitive bartender who likes to surprise her guests. Don’t know exactly what you want? Let her know what you’re in the mood for, and she’ll see what she can do.
Last, our space. Housed in the historic Longbotham building in the up-and-coming east end of downtown Spokane, Boots has exposed brick walls and ridiculously high ceilings, and its decoration was a collaborative effort by some of Spokane’s best local artists, including Dan Spalding, Neicy Frey, Katey Manley, Tiffany Patterson, Erin Carden, Travis Cobb, and Alan Chatham. We think it looks pretty great. We hope you agree.