Spokane, Washington: Milk Bottle Building #2

Formerly belonging to Benewah Dairy Company, this is one of two surviving Spokane milk bottle buildings built in the 1930s. Rebuilt after being destroyed in 2011 fire. Currently a diner.
Address:
800 W. Garland Ave., Spokane, WA
Directions:
Corner of N Post St. and W Garland Ave., west side of street.
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Milk Bottles 1 and 2

Milk Bottle 1 is a great-looking building, but it's not open to the public (It's now part of a children's occupational therapy center). It's also hard to get to up close, and while it is visible from the westbound I-90 Maple Street exit, getting back onto I-90 is a chore. Instead, visit Milk Bottle 2 -- because you can go inside Milk Bottle 2. It's currently a diner.

[Will Sacchi, 07/27/2019]

Milk bottle building.

Milk Bottle Building #2

Good news: the Milk Bottle Building that burned in September 2011 has been rebuilt to its former glory. It is once again a quaint diner.

[Connie from Seattle, 08/20/2013]

A little fire doesn't stand a chance against the refreshing power of milk.

Milk Bottle Building.

Milk Bottle Shaped Building #2

This second milk bottle shaped building is a burger joint and is located at the corner of Post Ave. and Garland Ave.

[Joe Boulter, 09/30/2006]

Formerly belonging to Benewah Dairy Company, this is one of two surviving Spokane milk bottle buildings constructed in the 30s.

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