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Anthony's at Coeur d'Alene
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Ranked #24 of 277 Restaurants in Coeur d'Alene
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

Very nice atmosphere, loved the food and location. Fine dining and a view. Will come back on a regular basis.

Date of visit: July 2017
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Thank Paige C
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Reviewed 8 August 2017

We had been to this restaurant before and had always wanted to go to the bar but always ended up in the dining area. I am so sorry we didn't get in there sooner. Wylie the bartender is awesome, funny and always smiling. He wants his customers happy and even goes out of his way to stuff olives with blue cheese for a martini. We were impressed. He also remembers details that some of our friends require, he gets it right every time. Even though he is busy he finds time to have some laughs with the people (us) sitting at the bar. We actually ate our dinner in the bar, because he took such good care of us. The best things we have tried there so far are appetizer, Alaska Weathervane scallops.. AMAZING! Snake River Farms Wagyu Top Sirloin, don't be fooled by the sirloin, it is tender and melts in your mouth. Then there is an appetizer with seared Halibut, it's almost like a poke, but tastes very Asian with hints of ginger and sesame, delish. We will be dining in the bar with Wylie from now on, it is such a warmer environment for us than the main restaurant, and we enjoy his smile and kindness. :-)

Date of visit: August 2017
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Thank Dreemdoll
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Reviewed 7 August 2017 via mobile

Near Lake Coeur d'Alene but not downtown, this was a great place to find several kinds of fresh fish from Idaho rainbow trout to walleye and even rockfish(?). That last one was a surprise as rockfish is often thought of as an east cost striped bass.

Prawns were great. Clam chowder is as good as any Mainer would want. Salads were creative and used seasonal items. Grilled wild salmon on greens was a hit. Peach/ shallot sauce was a very nice compliment.

Both craft and bottled beers available. Good wine list. Service was very friendly. Comped the soup because she was unable to get to us quickly. Very busy night.

The treat was the extensive use of fresh Washington peaches. They were in the sauces, salads, and desserts. Peach ice cream should be shared; two good sized scoops. A whole peach is cut up and served in the bowl. Peach slump (think cobbler) and peaches sauced cheese cake looked great as well.

Date of visit: August 2017
Thank Dwwantz
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Reviewed 4 August 2017 via mobile

Had the Idaho trout and it was well prepared. The service was excellent and the setting on the lake was very beautiful. It was fun watching the chefs cook in the open kitchen.

Date of visit: August 2017
Thank LynnBurnett81151
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Reviewed 4 August 2017

I had the trout and my husband had the blackened rockfish. The food was fine, but the timing should have been better. We sat there for quite a while after placing our order. Finally, bread was brought to our table, but just a few seconds before the entrees arrived.

Another problem was that we were seated at a table by a window with a very nice view. But just a few minutes after we were seated, a dark window shade came down and blocked the view. We asked if the blind could be raised so that we could see outside. The manager came over and told us that it couldn't be raised because someone at a faraway window, positioned differently from us, had the sun in their eyes and had requested that the blind be lowered. If one is lowered, all must be lowered, because they are all controlled by the same motor. Whose idea was that?

Date of visit: August 2017
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Thank Rosemary W
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