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click to enlarge Dockside is known for its desserts, but don\'t overlook the rest of the menu.
  • Dockside is known for its desserts, but don\'t overlook the rest of the menu.

On a Sunday, the brunch at Coeur d’Alene Resort’s Dockside Restaurant could easily be mistaken for some sort of fine dining convention as patrons eagerly hop from one lengthy and well-stocked table to the next, topping off their plates with fresh fruit, eggs Benedict, custom-made crepes and more. Oh, and they have sushi and an ice cream bar, too.

Dockside isn’t just about the brunch, but rather providing a casual yet classy option for anyone who wants an amazing view of the lake. The lunch and dinner menus have a dedication to locally sourced ingredients, including a burger made from beef raised by WSU Athletic Director Bill Moos. You also can’t go wrong with the delectable cashew vegetable stir fry. But if you’re really picky, head over to Dockside’s 18-foot-long salad bar and customize your meal.

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