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When people walk into Little Euro or Old European Breakfast House for the first time, most of them couldn’t tell you what ebelskivers are. Unlike buttermilk pancakes, croissants, and other imported specialties, they haven’t become a common part of American breakfasts. But once diners sample the ball-shaped pancakes—served with toppings such as blackberry-brandy syrup or stuffed with sausage and havarti cheese—they most likely add them to their breakfast lexicons. Beyond their deliciousness, ebelskivers are significant to the restaurants’ staff for another reason. Tami and Dave Sevier own both Little Euro and Old European Breakfast House’s Spokane location. When Tami’s grandmother, Marie Mekkelsen, was 18 years old in 1906, she moved away from her poor family in Denmark to join her brother in America. Before leaving her homeland, Marie’s mother made one last dish for her—her favorite Danish ebelskivers. Marie carried the memory of these unique pastries with her, passing it down through the family. To this day, the chefs use the same recipe Tami’s great-grandmother used in Denmark, crafting them from scratch alongside crepes, belgian waffles, and hungarian goulash with red potatoes. To heighten the authenticity, they squeeze their orange juice in-house rather than buying it from the store. Lunchtime diners also have their pick of sandwiches and housemade soups. Little Euro also has an espresso drive-thru for drivers to grab an on-the-go pick-me-up before sitting through a business meeting or Wagner’s entire Ring Cycle.

517 N Pines Rd
Spokane,
WA
US

Cuisine Type: Coffee, espresso, bubble tea, pastries

Most popular offering: Latte, mocha, Americano, and smoothies

Reservations: Not offered

Kid-friendly: Yes

Delivery / Take-out Available: Takeout only

Alcohol: None

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Established: 2014

Parking: Parking lot

Handicap Accessible: No

Pro Tip: You can use the drive-through, or sit at our picnic tables.

Q&A with the Owner

In your own words, how would you describe your menu?

Yummy. Our menu features lots of flavors, creative drinks, bubble tea, and summer specials.

What is one of your most popular offerings? How is it prepared?

Flavored lattes and mochas with awesome Cravens Coffee, made with love.

Do you adhere to any sustainable or eco-friendly practices?

Cravens Coffee is fair trade.

4102 South Bowdish Road
Spokane Valley,
WA
US

Dealing primarily in drive-up and delivery service, Renee's Espresso and Delivery's small yet robust storefront dishes out a menagerie of café beverages and breakfast and lunch edibles. Intensely smooth coffees such as seven different mochas complement sultry chai teas and refreshing fruit smoothies. A smattering of bagels and pastries tends to appetites, and breakfast burritos, BLTs, and house clubs satisfy through breakfast time and lunch space, which Einstein’s equations explained in plain terms.

514 W Bosanko Ave
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

"We had a customer, a good friend, who lost 100 pounds." Laura Heikkila beams as she tells the story. "She promised herself as soon as she got to that goal weight, she'd get a whole new wardrobe from the boutique as a reward," Laura says. "When she came in, we could see how excited she was. It was awesome." When Laura says "we," she's referring to her co-owner and best friend, Melissa Valdovinos. It was their mutual love of fashion that started the Smitten Clothing Boutique ball rolling. "We'd travel to California and go shopping, and our friends would be jealous," Laura explains. "So we were rollerblading and talking one day. We decided right there to bring some of Los Angeles here." Within the week, Laura and Melissa signed a lease on a place, but there was still one important thing left to do. "I was looking for a name, something catchy and one word. And then, I thought of smitten. It means, ‘to be in love with something.’" Smitten owes some of its success and foot traffic to its attachment to The Coeur d'Alene Resort, which boasts numerous awards including a spot on Travel + Leisure's list of 500 World's Best Hotels in 2009 and a five-star resort rating from Golf Digest. The other key to their success is their loyal clientele. "My mom shops here, and she's 72. But it's really all the regulars, stopping in weekly for the new styles." Laura's referring to the items she ships in from LA, including pieces from Rock Revival, Billabong, and LA Idol, a popular brand which often sells out within a week. During winter months, the duo helms shopping parties, such as Women Who Wine, and hosts fashion shows that benefit local charities. The two love helping people, both on and off the clock. "Taking someone who has no idea what to wear and helping them find their fashion, it's amazing. But the main thing is that Melissa and I love each other. And we have a lot of fun."

206 N 4th St
Coeur D Alene,
ID
US

Tim Mitchell’s not sure how the nickname “Jonesy” originated, only that it was given to him by his father. A joint venture of Mitchell and his wife, Erica, the eatery was named to celebrate family. Here, they welcome customers to make themselves at home as they dig into time-honored recipes of hearty comfort food.

Jonesy’s concept is simple: food made-from-scratch and in bountiful portions. Daily breakfast promises steaming egg scrambles and waffles dolloped with apple slices and powdered sugar. Into the afternoon, the kitchen unloads third-pound burgers topped with onion straws and avocado and the comfort staples of country-fried steak and center-cut pork chops. Also doing justice to the Mitchells’ catering prowess is a large banquet room with seats for up to 50 people or 100 acrobats willing to sit atop one another’s shoulders.

In addition to running Jonesy’s, Mitchell also owns Mangia Catering Company, which can feed parties exceeding 500.

819 E Sherman Ave
Coeur D Alene,
ID
US