Yes, we’re open for dine-in and takeout.

We’ve Moved (around the corner)!

421 W Main Ave Ste 104 Spokane, WA 99201

Lunch Hours: Monday-Friday 1130am-2pm
Dinner Hours: Monday-Saturday 5pm-8pm

Check out our current offerings and video messages from chef-owner, Michael Wiley

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Staying cool out there? We got just what you need!
Cantaloupe sorbet with strawberry shrub, pineapple foam, strawberries, blueberries and hazelnuts with chiffonade basil 🍨

Staying cool out there? We got just what you need!
Cantaloupe sorbet with strawberry shrub, pineapple foam, strawberries, blueberries and hazelnuts with chiffonade basil 🍨
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Pineapple foam? I need!

Matteo Robledo

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Join us, July 13th, 6pm at Prohibition Gastropub for a celebration of Travis Hurley’s life.

Travis Jackson Hurley was born on January 2, 1982 and passed away on January 22 2024 at the age of 42.

Travis was raised in Spokane and graduated from Ferris High School. In his youth Travis developed a passion for music becoming an accomplished well known professional percussionist in the Spokane music scene where he played in several groups such as IDK, Fine For Now, La Cha Cha, The Longnecks and Summer in Siberia. He certainly had a gift for being a reliable time keeper and brought energy to whoever he played with.

Travis also had a passion for people and used his gift in the hospitality industry as a server and bartender working in several establishments in the Spokane area. Always quick with a smile and a joke (clean or otherwise) and an interest in whoever he served.

In 2021 Travis suffered a stroke and was rushed to the hospital where he had two blood clots dissolved. While there he was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy (an enlarged heart), a genetically predisposed condition. Travis was treated aggressively through medications and after several prolonged hospital stays, the condition worsened where finally he was admitted to the CICU unit at Sacred Heart Hospital. While there awaiting a heart transplant he was kept alive by way of two heart pumps and quickly was placed at the top of the transplant list only to have multiple setbacks which led to the impossibility of achieving the transplant.
Realizing his fate and with all his family surrounding him Travis peacefully and with dignity by his own decision passed on January 22, 2024.

The courage he displayed was incredible. For such a short time spent on this earth Travis lived with passion and on his terms, never complaining or assigning blame for the hand he was dealt. He will be dearly missed every day.

Hearts Wide Open ❤️
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A great obituary!

Beautiful description of who Travis was and what an impact his life had on all of us. ❤️ Never forgotten and forever missed!

Peter Redstar

Ticketed event happening down at Prohibition Gastropub for Mothers Day  ☺

Ticketed event happening down at Prohibition Gastropub for Mother's Day ☺Filet & Shrimp Oscar 🍴
Available for our Mother's Day dinner - custom three course menu🥂
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Ohh man I missed duck so much 😍 Europe definitely uses it more!

Looks fabulous… will definitely visit the next time I’m in town!

Have enough to make it through the weekend? Can't make it until Saturday night, but that looks delicious!

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Have you seen what our sister restaurant Prohibition Gastropub is up to for Mothers Day?

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Check out what are friends at Skewers Food Truck is up to. Tonight only! 
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Check out what are friends at Skewers Food Truck is up to. Tonight only!

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Who is the current artists work you have displayed? Stunning bears!

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Recent Selections

social plates

 

 

hummus
cucumber | tomato | heirloom carrot | feta | pita
gf | v

lunch

monday through friday: 11-2

 

 

smashed
roast beef | turkey | ham | provolone | horseradish aioli
gf

inside the 'smashed'
inside the 'smashed'

cocktails

wileys
makers mark | yzaguirre rojo | fees bros whiskey barrel bitters | bada bing cherry

sunrise
cazadores blanco | fresh orange juice | house grenadine

downtown dining

monday through saturday: 5-close

one block from the INB Performing Arts Center and Riverfront Park

 

 

top sirloin
demi glace’ | gorgonzola | yukon mash | vegetable
wellington purse

mint lemon drop
ciroc | mint | house sour | lemon

gluten-free and vegan friendly

 

 

tofu
green bean | red onion | bell pepper | hoisin | sesame | coconut rice cake
gf | v

catering

your needs matter to us!
let us be of service for lunch and dinner
special events, private parties, delivery, and more.
give us a call and let us start planning your party now!

or call 509-838-4600

in the press

Chef Michael Wiley of Wiley’s Downtown Bistro is the new owner of Prohibition Gastropub. Wiley is pictured here at Prohibition Gastropub, 1914 N. Monroe St., on Saturday afternoon. (Don Chareunsy/The Spokesman-Review)

Chef-Owner Michael Wiley prepares for Inlander’s Restaurant Week

Michael Wiley is the chef and owner of Wiley’s Downtown Bistro 115 N. Washington Street. (Spokesman Review)

The pastrami sandwich from Wileys Downtown Bistro includes Swiss cheese, house-pickled root veggies, caraway seeds and sweet hot mustard. (The Spokesman-Review)

contact

reservations 509-838-4600

Wiley’s downtown bistro
421 W Main Ave Ste 104
spokane, wa 99201

Photos and food: Photos used on this website are the property of Wiley’s Downtown Bistro and not subject to use without express written permission. Since our menu items change and some ingredients are seasonal, some items may not be available at the time you order. Please review the current menus and fresh sheets for our current selections. Thank you.