THE SPACE

Our goal when designing and building this neighborhood pizza pub was to utilize sustainable and repurposed materials to the best of our abilities. During our search we discovered the remarkable legacy of Otis Leonard’s Ritzville grain elevator, originally constructed in 1910. You can see a photo of this wood grain elevator hanging on the wall in the bar. Meticulously disassembled, the elevator’s wood is now being used throughout the inside and outside of The Goat.

OUR NEIGHBORHOOD

The Audubon neighborhood is a very special place to live, play, and eat in Spokane. Our team feels the same passion toward our community as our neighbors have had for years, and is dedicated to improving the lifestyle we all share. Because of this passion, we were honored to collaborate with several local artists and companies on the interior and exterior of the pub. The neighborhood photographs on the wall and custom pub signs are just a couple examples of this collaboration. To further support our community, we donate a portion of sales from our Margherita pizza, in loving memory of our beautiful Kerri Lynn who passed away from cancer in 2010.  A portion of the proceeds of this pizza go to local charities to help those in need.

OUR PIZZA

Our fire-kissed crust honors the history of artisan pizza making. The char is a must!  This char adds great flavor, a unique texture, and carries hidden aromas. It is considered one of the most important flavor elements of Neapolitan Style pizza. Our dough is freshly made, in-house, every morning to insure the best quality and consistency. Our pizza is begun by hand stretching our dough, and then topped with homemade sauces, our special cheese blend, fresh local ingredients, and artisan meats…some even cured in-house. All of our sauces, dressings, and marinades are made daily. Our pies are baked in a 2500-pound Woodstone oven, made in Bellingham, Washington.

CRAFT BEER

We focus on fresh and quality craft beers and ciders.  We feature all styles of beer, from IPAs to sours from all over the world. With 13 rotating craft handles, 30+ bottles and can selections, ad a specialty beer cellar list, we offer something for everyone.  Follow us on TapHunter  to keep up with our ever-changing draft beer and cider list.  Wine drinkers? We haven’t forgotten about you. Our house wine, Goat Head Red, is produced by the local Townshend Winery. Our Wine list is eclectic with many great red and white selections.

OUR PIZZA

Our fire-kissed crust honors the history of artisan pizza making. The char is a must!  This char adds great flavor, a unique texture, and carries hidden aromas. It is considered one of the most important flavor elements of Neapolitan Style pizza. Our dough is freshly made, in-house, every morning to insure the best quality and consistency. Our pizza is begun by hand stretching our dough, and then topped with homemade sauces, our special cheese blend, fresh local ingredients, and artisan meats…some even cured in-house. All of our sauces, dressings, and marinades are made daily. Our pies are baked in a 2500-pound Woodstone oven, made in Bellingham, Washington.


CRAFT BEER

We focus on fresh and quality craft beers and ciders.  We feature all styles of beer, from IPAs to sours from all over the world. With 13 rotating craft handles, 30+ bottles and can selections, ad a specialty beer cellar list, we offer something for everyone.  Follow us on TapHunter  to keep up with our ever-changing draft beer and cider list.  Wine drinkers? We haven’t forgotten about you. Our house wine, Goat Head Red, is produced by the local Townshend Winery. Our Wine list is eclectic with many great red and white selections.

THE NAME

The Flying Goat name honors a great friendship, and happens to resemble the type of pub names one would expect to find on the streets of England, Ireland, or Scotland. Our goal was to create a neighborhood Craft Beer Bar and casual eatery that we refer to as “The Goat.”


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COME VISIT
3318 W Northwest Blvd.

Spokane, Wa 99205
(509)327-8277

HOURS
Sun-Thurs: 11am-10pm

Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm