157 S. Pleasant View Road
Post Falls, ID 83854
Phone: (208) 777-9394
Fax: (208) 777-8994
The Rockin' B Ranch is unlike any other restaurant in the Northwest. The Cowboy Supper Show is quite a throwback to the days of old when Western communities used to get together for a big roast and sing and dance and be merry. The show incorporates old-timey jams with fiddles, banjos, guitars and spoons along with some hootin' and hollering from the band members. The staff encourages the whole family to get up out of their chair and have a blast. The food is no gimmick though, serving up deliciously tender BBQ plates and cookout favorites. The box office is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday from 11am - 5pm. Show times depend on the month and calender of events.
Hay J's Bistro offers gourmet dishes and a comfortable ambiance. The restaurant features seafood and meats and serves them in an innovative manner. Try the Parmesan Crusted Halibut of Crab Stuffed Chicken. There is also a wide selection of wine and cocktails, including Espresso Martinis and Huckleberry Margarita.
Outback Steakhouse serves the freshest food possible, from the fresh imported Parmesan cheese, , to the imported virgin olive oil. They use only fresh Midwestern grain fed beef and they serve only fresh, never frozen chicken and fish. Almost everything is made fresh daily in house.
Founded in 1965, Cedars is a floating restaurant on Lake Couer d'Alene when it connects with the Spokane River. Since Cedars is on the water the view is spectacular from every angle and you can watch the boats float by. To get to the restaurant you can walk down a ramp over the water or you can come by boat since the restaurant has its own dock. The restaurant specializes in fresh seafood, as well as pastas and steaks.
A nationally recognized seafood restaurant.
MAX at Mirabeau offers seasonal cuisine from around the world. The restaurant offers a casual and comfortable atmosphere with rich Earth colors. They serve seafood and meats, dishes have included the Alaskan King Crab Legs or the New Zealand Rack Of Lamb. The service is friendly and effective.
Whilst the only Australian thing about an Outback Steakhouse is the boomerangs fixed to the walls, the chain does serve up reliably tasty steaks, quesadillas, seafood, soups and salads. The starters are legendary - share a Bloomin' Onion if you dare. Free bread is served and if you have space after your entree, there is a sizable menu of desserts to peruse.
Situated near the fairgrounds, The Original is Coeur d'Alene's original hot dog stand which offers dogs, gyros, snocones and more.
Looks can be deceiving. Contrary to its size, this Shack serves a wide variety of sandwiches. Aptly named The Best Sandwich Shack, this eatery is renowned for its freshly made sandwiches, which have a homemade and rustic taste. Friendly service and awesome food is what you will get here. Buffalo chicken Philly, wiz cheese steak, grown up grilled cheese and New York styled sausage are some of the most recommended items on their menu. Drop by to take-away some food, or just relax on the small tables outside, while you enjoy the best sandwich that money can buy.
The Resort's vibrant Italian eatery, Tito Macaroni's, is as much fun as it is delicious. With the dining room surrounding Tito's original produce delivery truck, Tito's features gourmet pizzas baked in traditional hearth stone ovens and uses authentic recipes from the regions of Italy featuring the freshest of ingredients available to the chef.
Once you arrive at The Wine Cellar you could enjoy a bottle of wine from a selection that offers something for everyone. The Bistro menu is served until 12 a.m. on the weekends. All this with live blues and jazz to playing nightly while you dine by candlelight.
They bake authentic San Francisco Sourdough bread every hour and offer over 20 kinds of sandwiches. San Francisco Sourdough Eatery also offers soup in sourdough soup bowls, desserts, soft drink juices and beer.