Diners who are looking for an authentic Italian dining experience, look no further. Angelo’s Ristorante opened its doors in 2004, offering the Coeur d’Alene community a full Italian menu made using only the finest in ingredients, a majority of which are organic. This destination restaurant not only offers fine cuisine but friendly service, a great atmosphere and Italian wines to complement it all.
Walk into Angelo’s, and you will feel like you’ve found a little piece of Italy. The aromas, the atmosphere, the staff; Italian is at the heart of everything Angelo’s has to offer its guests.
Chef Angelo Brunson is the one behind the food, and his dishes are inspired by flavor, quality of ingredients, primarily organic and non-GMO products. “The best tasting food and wine is grown organically, hands down,” says Angelo.
The steaks, veal, chicken, pasta dishes, seafood, shellfish, fresh vegetables—they are all organic, and guests can taste the difference. From the chicken sotto cielo, lobster ravioli and gorgonzola port wine steak, to the veal picatta, spaghetti with meatballs or Italian sausage and crab cakes, the menu offerings are true Italian and of the highest quality. Angelo loves cooking and creating food for his guests, as well as entertaining. Diners can taste the passion and care put into each dish Angelo prepares for them. The food has earned Angelo’s Ristorante North Idaho Business Journal Best of 2016 and Spokane Coeur d’Alene winner for Best Italian 2016.
The restaurant seats 70 inside and 30 out on their patio. If you’re looking to find a unique place to hold a private party, Angelo’s will help in providing an unforgettable experience for you, your family and friends. If you are looking to learn a little Italian cooking yourself, Angelo is available for in-home cooking classes, and he is available for catering your event off site. He also offers wine dinners at the restaurant throughout the year.
“Life is too short not to eat at Angelo’s at least twice before you die!” says an Angelo food critic. Adds Angelo, “We are what we eat, drink and think! Buono!”
Midtown Coeur d’Alene
846 N. Fourth St.