Thoughtful food, fine cocktails, gracious hospitality. Clover transforms your dining experience. Genuine warmth and perfectly-executed creations unite to provide an enlightened service.

By employing the highest quality and freshest ingredients — supplied whenever possible by local farmers and purveyors in neighboring communities — we earn your trust, plate by plate. We dry-age and cure our beef in-house, bake artisan breads and pastries in our kitchen daily using local wheat, and make everything we can from scratch.

Our team will never stop trying to do things better.




It’s that time again! If you’ve missed out on our previous sold-out Salad Dressing 101 classes, now’s your chance. Next one is coming up Thursday, October 16. RSVP & class info at the Facebook event page.



Clover has been nominated as one of THE PEOPLE’S BEST NEW BARS in a competition hosted by FOOD & WINE® and Roca Patrón tequila. Your vote at can help us secure a spot among the final winners, and let people know how we do things right here in Spokane!

Please take a moment now to visit and cast your vote for Clover in the Northwest/Mountain region. You can only vote once. The competition runs from September 17 through September 30. Winners will be revealed on Thursday, October 2, and the bar with the most overall votes will be named The People’s Best New Bar for 2014.

Following on the heels of Clover’s recognition by FOOD & WINE as one of their Top 100 New American Bars, then their prestigious inclusion on their Best New Bars in the U.S. list, THE PEOPLE’S BEST NEW BARS is a new consumer-driven competition, turning the deciding factor over to an enthusiastic population of American imbibers, who will narrow an already-elite list of 100 bars down to the top five regional winners, then one national favorite.

“We are thrilled to celebrate these establishments that have gone above and beyond what we expect from the typical bar,” says FOOD & WINE Editor in Chief Dana Cowin. “These are all places serving excellent drinks—from a tiki bar on the second floor of a New Orleans taqueria to a small-batch distillery in Missoula, Montana.”

Photo courtesy Lara Ferroni