Excellence dished up year after year
By Jillian Chandler
Quickly gaining the status as one of Spokane’s best-kept secrets, The Two Seven Public House opened to an eager community on the South Hill in April of 2008. For 12 years now, the restaurant continues to fulfill its reputation for great food, great drinks and stellar service.
As owner John Grollmus says proudly, “We have maintained consistency and growth year after year.” And there’s a simple, yet important, reason why.
The Two Seven follows the same simple concept as its sister restaurants The Elk, El Que and Geno’s in Spokane, Moon Time in Coeur d’Alene and The Porch in Hayden Lake—top-notch service, creative food and drink at reasonable prices, all served up in a comfortable environment.
Along with their inventive house-made soups and weekly specials, customer favorite menu items include, but are most certainly not limited to, the Salpicon Texas Shredded Beef Tacos, the famous Smash Burger, Crispy Beer-Battered Fish Tacos, and never forget the legendary Roasted Corn Pasta.
John loves that he has built a fun and dynamic environment at The Two Seven, and he enjoys the constant interaction with his guests. “I love that on a visit to the restaurant I might run into guests who have been regulars for years, new folks who just discovered us and even the friendly faces of people I went to high school with dining alongside their children.”
In addition, at each one of their establishments, John and co-owner Brad Fosseen are proud that they have had the opportunity to create great jobs for their employees—which is why you’ll see the same friendly faces paired with exceptional service every time you visit.
Whether you’re looking for a place to take the whole family or just a great spot for a cold beer and a bite, check out the Two Seven in Spokane’s South Hill, where the friendly staff will ensure you a dining experience with superior service, great food and drink, all offered at a terrific value.
Two Seven Public House
2727 S. Mt. Vernon St. #5
Spokane’s South Hill