Restaurants in Coeur d'Alene

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Originally built in 1892, the Historic Jameson Inn combines the beauty of an upscale hotel with the quaint charm of the 19th century. Step back in time with a stay in one of the hotel’s six rooms, decorated with antiques and hand-carved furniture from the 1800’s and free from the distraction of television or phone (although free wifi is included). Situated within 10 minutes to two ski resorts, the Historic Jameson Inn is conveniently located to adventurous and entertaining recreational activities. Allow the friendly staff to arrange an afternoon of skiing, fly-fishing, snowmobiling, mountain-biking, or hunting for you.

304 6th St
Wallace,
ID
US

Inside the 15,000-square-foot spa, specialists meticulously groom nails, soften skin, and knead out tension and toxins during massage services inside private rooms. Spa pools enhance visits, providing guests with therapeutic and weightless relaxation sessions while preventing their gills from permanently closing up.

The spa is nestled in the Coeur d'Alene Casino Resort Hotel, where, in 2012, more than 6,200 jackpot winners collected nearly $14 million on the 20,000-square-foot floor equipped with more than 1,600 video games and other betting challenges.

US Highway 95
Worley,
ID
US

The Grille from Ipanema, which takes its name from a beach along Rio de Janeiro's picturesque coastline, also draws inspiration from the Brazilian churrasco experience. This type of dining stems from the gaucho tradition of gathering around a fire pit and roasting skewers of meat over the flames.

The eatery?s chefs re-create this experience by searing skewers of more than 18 different meats?including top sirloin, pork shoulder, and bacon-wrapped chicken?over a mesquite-filled grill. They then hand the large meat skewers off to servers, who drift throughout the dining room looking for green coasters, which signal that the diner requires more meat. After they?re called tableside, the servers carve the meat into individually sized portions with their industrial-strength laser pointers. By flipping their coasters from green to red, guests tell servers to temporarily stop the never-ending meat deliveries, buying themselves time to visit the salad bar and load plates with hot and cold side dishes.

Natural light floods in through the walls of windows, illuminating the dining room's blond-wood finishes and draped fabrics. The Pacific Northwest Inlander praised the restaurant's scenic vantage point in 2011, saying, "you won?t get a view of the Rio de Janeiro beachfront but you will get an eyeful of still-impressive Lake Coeur d?Alene."

601 Front St, Ste 101
Coeur D'Alene,
ID
US

Since 1992, the kitchen crew at each locally-owned The High Nooner locale has mastered the art of adding flair to its gourmet sandwiches by mixing savory flavors?such as stuffing, horseradish, avocado, and bacon?with proteins to create signature creations. Each sandwich and salad is created from scratch to order, ensuring no reuben, cheesesteak, nor grinder holds a grudge from when you accidentally called it ?Mom? yesterday. Those who wish to build their own sandwiches can choose from seven proteins and six types of bread before pairing them with sides and desserts.

3510 N Government Way
Coeur D Alene,
ID
US

Soma shapers can choose to take invigorating group cardio and toning classes or drop by Rep Gym to work out on their own with today’s deal. Guests redeem 10 class vouchers for TRX, Purmotion, or Zumba classes offered throughout the week on a flexible schedule. The gym's TRX cardio-circuit class challenges body-molders with a chiseling 45-minute combo of resistance strength training and drills. Guests unfamiliar with TRX equipment can take a 45-minute beginner class, which familiarizes limbs with the body-refining routine. Physique formers can also slim stomachs and tone thighs to Latin beats during 45-minute or one-hour Zumba classes. The Purmotion circuit-trainer tower shapes bodies with a jungle gym of workout gadgetry, including pulleys, ropes, and pull-up bars, which inspire presidential-fitness-award flashbacks during each 45-minute class.

3330 N Grand Mill Ln
Coeur D Alene,
ID
US

Top This Frozen Yogurt & Treats democratizes the process of frozen yogurt ordering, affording customers the opportunity to choose toppings and flavor combinations to accent creamy dollops of probiotic, gluten-free, low-fat, or nonfat frozen yogurt. Amidst the vibrant environs, enveloped by walls dotted with glossy red and green spheres, customers may select the receptacle size before heading over to the dispensers where they can collate a myriad of velvety concoctions from 15 daily flavors such as chocolate kisses and alpine vanilla or Flatt and Scruggs. Top This offers a cadre of more than 65 different toppings, which customers can choose to accent frozen yogurt creations or arrange into miniature depictions of the raising of the American flag at Iwo Jima. Customers can take their amalgamations to the register where its weight will determine the cost ($0.40 per ounce). Cozy up with newly constructed treats near the fireplace where customers can catch some warming rays or transfigure their handiwork into a creamy soup du jour.

202 W Ironwood Dr
Coeur D Alene,
ID
US