Where to Eat on Lake Coeur d’Alene

After experiencing CDA Pontoons

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Go To Tony's On The Lake

Tony’s on the Lake

Is a restaurant where you can dock-and-dine and enjoy fantastic Italian-inspired cuisine. Seats here fill up fast so reservations are recommended. The D’Alessandro family owns this dining establishment, and their Italian roots are reflected in the menu’s items. Serving dinner seven days a week, gastronomes can dine on mouth-watering seasonal fare, such as funghi fritti or portabella ‘fries’ with black truffle aioli; gnocchi con gorgonzola, which is a house-made potato dumpling in a gorgonzola cream sauce; and a dish of breaded eggplant with pesto ricotta, Parmigiano, and mozzarella served over spaghetti pomodoro known as melanzane.


The region’s only floating restaurant, The Cedars opened at the birthplace of the Spokane River in 1965 and has been serving up the finest and freshest meats and seafood since.
​You can dock and dine at this fine establishment. Just remember that reservations are required. While there are usually a couple of seats at the bar, we recommend calling ahead to be sure.
​Once you set your reservation, go and enjoy the great food offered up by this iconic floating restaurant!

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Go To Cedars
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Go To The Bouy

The Bouy

The Bouy is the place to go if you’re craving a burger and fries after a day on the lake. You’ll get a juicy burger, hot fries, ice cold drinks, and some of the best ice cream around. Other options available here include fish tacos, chicken tacos, quesadillas, and perfectly cooked chicken tenders. Don’t forget to swing by on Fridays to enjoy live music entertainment.