No matter what you’re hungry for, Coeur d’Alene is sure to have it.
Coeur d’Alene takes great pride in its curated restaurant scene. Whether you like to dine with a spectacular lakefront vista in front of you or relax somewhere cozy and casual, you’ll find a range of options in the city that should appease even the pickiest eaters.
The is a Coeur d’Alene staple, known for its 48-ounce Derailer drink (combining three kinds of rum, two sodas, orange and pineapple juice, sour mix, and plenty of straws!) and other “bucket” drinks. If you like to party hard, Iron Horse is your best bet. First opened in 1972, Iron Horse has a long, rich history, and long-time residents can probably tell you a fun story or two from a night spent here.
As the name suggests, is a one-of-a-kind, premier floating restaurant known for serving delicious seafood dishes using only the freshest fish available. Founded in 1965, Cedars floats on the confluence of Lake Coeur d’Alene and the Spokane River. You won’t get views like these anywhere else in the state! Enjoy sipping from one of their fine wines while relaxing outdoors and watching the boats zip by on the water.
The actually consists of two different restaurants located in the same location! The Eatery is located on the upper floor of the restaurant. Open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, dishes consist of modern comfort food with creative twists using local products. Make sure you give their award-winning honey-fried chicken a try!
You’ll find the Social Club on the lower level. A classic speakeasy vibe, the Social Club is only open at night from Wednesday to Sunday. Here, they serve small plates, craft cocktails, beer, and wine.
is a warm, rustic Italian restaurant hidden away on the east side of the beautiful Lake Coeur d’Alene. Tony’s is conveniently located close to the downtown district, making it an ideal location for an early dinner or late lunch. Immerse yourself in rich, Italian cooking while perched on the outdoor patio to soak in the spectacular views
An open-air lifestyle destination with more than 100 retail spots and eateries, you’ll find several excellent dining options, all within walking distance of the shops and services at the . Coffee, cafes, ice cream, pizza, and more abound in this central location, giving you an extensive array of options to choose from! The following are just a few of the most popular dining destinations at Riverstone:
When it comes to appreciating the classics, you can’t go wrong with a mouthwatering burger, fries, and milkshake. The acclaimed is more than just a non-traditional fast-food restaurant; Roger’s is a Coeur d’Alene staple and a vital part of the town’s DNA. Established in 1940 in Moscow, Idaho, Roger’s later moved to Coeur d’Alene in the ‘80s and has remained here since.
All food is cooked fresh to order, and hamburgers are made with 100% fresh, never frozen, Country Natural Beef! As for their ice cream, you can’t go wrong with their 17 different flavors, including favorites like caramel caribou, black cherry, and a non-dairy sorbet.