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Orlando's Restaurant

Construction Wrap-Up!

We look forward to the construction work in our area of Building 1 completing soon. Guests can expect the following changes: • Improved front entrance to Building 1 showcasing lots of windows and light entering the building, and a lounge area for students and guests with couches and chairs • New and expanded Bakery retail shop with more food items both sweet and savory and espresso service • Larger hallway area between Orlando’s and Bakery with windows looking into the restaurant • New guest bathrooms • There is ongoing construction in our building, so please follow signs to find your way to Orlando’s and Bakery. Parking is available in the east lot next to Building 1. Guests will need to walk outside on the sidewalk in front of Building 1 and enter through South Main Entrance (front doors facing Mission Ave.) to enter Orlando’s Restaurant. The inside hallway connecting he east lot and Orlando’s will be closed due to construction. Follow signs.

If you have yet to experience this culinary delight, you’re missing out on one of Spokane’s best kept secrets. Orlando’s seasonally-inspired menus are meticulously crafted with the highest quality, respectfully grown, and the healthiest and most delicious ingredients the Inland Northwest has to offer! Orlando’s is truly fine dining at an affordable price. 

Orlando’s is a student-run restaurant that is an integral part of the curriculum at the Inland Northwest Culinary Academy (INCA). This is a training facility that fully prepares students for entry into the food services industry. INCA students spend six quarters in the program before graduation. Half of their six quarters involves working at Orlando's, where they do everything from waiting tables and prep work to manning the grill as orders come in. 

Their menu features variety, while also providing a learning curriculum for the culinary students. The entrée descriptions challenge students to use various cooking methods, as well as choosing appropriate garnishes to complement each dish. This allows students to think like chefs and provide a variety of tastes, textures and flavors with each meal.

Special menu accommodation requests such as vegetarian dishes or dietary restrictions are available!

Reservations are highly recommended.
 

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
Thursday 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
Friday 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
Weekends Closed

New Campus Parking Policy for Orlando’s guests

Paper guest parking passes have been discontinued for parking on the SCC campus. We have switched to an online parking system which records your license plate number allowing you to park on campus.

When calling our office for reservations at 509-533-7283 or Janet.Breedlove@scc.spokane.edu, please be prepared to provide your license plate number which will be entered in the system the day you come for lunch. This process will need to be repeated each time you come to Orlando’s or visit campus.

Metered parking is also available for 50 cents per hour in the parking lot facing Mission Avenue.