Azar's Restaurant


Azar's Restaurant
Azar's Restaurant is listed in the Restaurants category in Spokane, Washington. Displayed below is the only current social network for Azar's Restaurant which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Azar's Restaurant on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 76.

Contact information for Azar's Restaurant is:
2501 N Monroe St
Spokane, WA 99205
(509) 326-7171
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Azars Restaurant shared The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon's video.
The official music video for Luke Bryan and Jimmy Fallon's song "I Don't Know How to Pronounce Gyro."

First 20 to show us you checked in at Azars Restaurant and get a free ticket to the Spokane Empire!

Azars Restaurant shared KHQ Patrick Erickson's video.
Wow who will protect the people in the Arena if something happens? Do the arena officials have a back up plan? Would like to know what that is.
‪UPDATE: @SpokaneSheriff Ozzie Knezovich talking to me about being asked to disarm before entering the @SpokaneArena. @KHQLocalNews ‬

Thank you to all who came to the event and continue to support us in our fight against the Monroe street project. It was wonderful to see so many of the true community members come out to speak truth into a terrible disaster. It was unfortunate to see how many council members, project planers, and city leadership were not fully able to answer questions and concerns; at times even alluding to not having fully read the information such as the State Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) checklist and even just throwing out numbers for construction time on that report "because we had to put something in there". Another point of concern was simple things such as the cost of a street light was unknown and argued about among leadership, 250k or a million, we will never know. Again thank you for all of the support and we will continue to keep you updated.

Azars Restaurant added an event.
Valued Neighbors and Patrons, WE NEED YOUR VOICE! Help stop our city from being burdened with pet projects that don't make sense for the community we live and work in, like the Monroe Street road diet. Please join me on Thursday, Jan. 26th from 4-7 pm at Knox Presbyterian Church, 806 W. Knox. In the mean time allow me to share some information with you about how the Monroe street project is being handled. HERE ARE THE FACTS City of Spokane has $5 million in grants toward a $8 million dollar project to make North Monroe a three lane street down from five. Over a two year construction period, this may double, wasting our tax money. The city of Spokane estimates that a revised road (5 to 3 lanes) can handle 20,000 cars per day. However, the federal guidelines to road diets state that the road (Monroe) cannot handle that number especially during peak traffic hours. Capacity during peak traffic hours would be cut in half to less than 875 cars per hour. The Road Diet Information Guide, USDOT, states that there is even greater reduction on bus routes. The city of Spokane has stated that emergency services will not be diminished with a three lane corridor on Monroe. In fact in an emergency evacuation of downtown, the capacity would be diminished by 40% (depending on obstructions in the median). With the proposed project, semi-truck deliveries will be forced into the adjacent neighborhood where children and pets are playing. Also, road rage will develop as drivers are stuck behind the busses and angrily bypass Monroe and speed though the neighborhood where children play. We already have an example of this with congestion and frustration on Regal on the South hill. The city of Spokane and the city council have been misleading the public saying that construction of this project is popularly supported by businesses on Monroe. In fact a survey of 50 plus businesses on Monroe found that 90% opposed the road Diet. The Monroe Street business community supports safety enhancements including high awareness crossings, better lighting, lower speed limit, and interactive speed limit signage. The business community has repeatedly asked to cone/barricade the streets to their proposed configuration for a week to evaluate it. The city has refused this request in every instance for fear that their theory will not work and in fact it will cause more congestion and public outcry. Growing and enlightened cities plan for growth. This means increasing lanes not decreasing them. The city has informed the public and business community that construction would be complete in one construction season to be completed fall 2018. In the city's written SEPA it estimates construction would take them from spring of 2018 until the fall of 2019. Which is 20 months, and as proven from previous projects, this could take much longer. Most businesses will close or simply go bankrupt and over 500 jobs may be lost. Help prevent the disaster and show up to the open house. The North Monroe Business Association