For decades Wolf Lodge Coeur d'Alene has been serving sizzling steaks for decades. It was originally opened in 1939 as a convenience store, but was converted to the local steak house it is today in the 1970's. Netled in the foot hills of Wolf Lodge East, guests reach the restaurant by taking exit 22 off the I-90 and turning right at the stop sign. Wolf Lodge Coeur d'Alene welcomes guest to their truly western atmosphere with wood beamed ceilings, stone walls, and horse saddle decor.
Their appetizers include Mozzarella Cheese Sticks, Pickle Spears, Onion Rings, Breaded Mushrooms, Spinach Artichoke Dip, Twice Fried Tater Skins, and Shrimp Skewers. For the adventurous the restaurant also serves Rocky Mountain Oysters otherwise known as Swinging Steak. For those wanting something lighter they serve both a chicken and salmon Caesar Salad. Their seafood options include Tiger Shrimp, succulent Lobster, Halibut, Salmon, Trout, and fried Prawns.
Main Entrees include options such as Filet Mignon, New York Strip, Ribeye Steak, Lil' Dude 10 oz. sirloin, the Cowgirl 16 oz. sirloin, the Cowboy 26 oz. Sirloin, the Porterhouse 24 oz. cut, the Rancher 16 oz Ribeye with 16 oz. Sirloin and the Ranch Hand tender Filet a Medallions with mushroom gravy. For an additional fee guests can add a side of trout, salmon, halibut, tiger shrimp,and lobster. They also include traditional sides like Baked Potato, Bowl Of Buckaroo Beans, Side Salad, Cup of Soup, Steak Fries, Sauteed Mushrooms, Mashed Potatoes, and Ceasar Salad.
The Wolf Lodge Coeur d'Alene is a perfect taste of the west and a hidden local treasure. They are absolutely a must-eat for those visiting the area and wanting some of the best beef in all of Idaho. The Wolf Lodge Inn Restaurant recommends making reservations to avoid a long wait. Large group seating and parties up to 34 will most definitely need to call in to reserve.