It’s hard to imagine that ten years ago there was only one craft brewery in
Coeur d’Alene. Today, you can grab a Northwest Ale Trail map and find your way to dozens of brewers in and around the Lake City. Authentic southwestern at Azteca, Italian at Angelo’s and fresh sushi at Syringa are just a sampling of the many restaurants you’ll enjoy. There are local coffee roasters all over town to help get your day going. You’ll also find Brazilian churrasco at the Grille from Impanema in Riverstone as well as a western-themed steak house at Wolf Lodge Steakhouse five minutes east of Coeur d’Alene along Interstate 90. Local chefs offer cooking classes in the Culinary Stone’s professional kitchen and you can snack, sip wine, and paint at Pinot’s Palette or The Paint Buzz. Out on the water you will find The Bouy to which you can pull your boat up for burgers and dogs, or pull into one of several marinas for a light snack or four-course meal.