Spokane Hope Christian Reformed Church (스포켄 소망교회), the Korean congregation that shares a building with Knox Presbyterian (806 W Knox), is holding its October Korean food sale today (Friday, October 17) concurrent with the Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market from 3 to 7pm and tomorrow (Saturday, October 18) from 11am to 3pm.
As today is the final market of the season, this will also be the last Friday of the year that the church will hold the sale. Afterwards it will return to its monthly Saturday event.
There’s bulgogi (BBQ beef), spicy Korean pork, potstickers, bibimbap (mixed veggies). gimbap (vegetarian sushi) plus plenty more on the menu. Their kimchi is a popular favorites and often gets compliments for being the best in town. You can eat in or take out.
Dishes range between $5 and $10, and they also offer multi-meal or loyalty discounts. This sale acts a fundraiser for the church, which has shown itself to be very supportive of our neighborhood in general and the market in particular.