12 Priest Lake, Idaho • www.priestlake.org Frank’s Diner The sheer historic uniqueness of presidential, train-car dining is an amazing experience, when coupled with a long history of consistent stellar service and delicious home-style food (check the blogs) prepared at the counter by chefs whose passion for great food is legendary. The Downtown Frank’s Diner—Celebrated its 100-year anniversary in 2006 and brings rail-car dining elegance to a whole new meaning.This car once served as the president of the railroads personal coach for 15 years. 1516 W. Second Ave., Spokane 509-747-8798 The Northside Frank’s Diner offers all the elegance of its older downtown brother to the residence of North Spokane. Per month, the chefs cook more than 2.5 tons of hash browns and 30,000 jumbo eggs, all one breakfast at a time! Frank’s Diner has won Best Breakfast awards in numerous Spokane publications for decades. 10929 N. Newport Hwy, Spokane 509-465-2464 www.FranksDiners.com Hill’s Resort West Side Luby Bay 208-443-2551 • www.hillsresort.com Hill’s lakeside restaurant is renowned for their innovative signature dishes using local and seasonalingredientssuchasmorel and chanterelle mushrooms, and wild huckleberries. Every Wednesday during July and August is fresh “Sushi Night”with music at 7pm. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served with seating on the lake-view outside deck or in our air-conditioned restaurant and lounge. We have guest boat slips,and golf carts are available to rent for “Boat to Golf” services. Dinner reservations are recommended. Visit our website for hours, specials, events and more. We look forward to serving you! Dining at the Lake Infinity Cafe 5770 Highway 2, Priest River 208-448-4898 • Infinitycafe7b@gmail.com We’re the perfect stop for gourmet coffee,before the last turn to the lake. We feature organic,“fair trade, local-roast house coffee. Our drinks are made to silky bliss with whole milk or many alternative milks to meet your needs. Pair any drink with fresh made local pastries. Hungry? Breakfast burritos and bagels are made from scratch, per order. For lunch try our panini sandwiches, wraps and salads for dine-in or take-out. Extras are Acai bowls, house-made kale chips and many other specialty items for any craving you might have. We are now open late Thursday, Friday and Saturday with a Beer, wine and hard Cider menu. Don’t forget you can call in orders for pick up, and we deliver within three miles of the Cafe. Like us on Facebook to see our upcoming events!! Lucinda’s Woodland Bakery 14 Rosemary Loop (fronting on highway 57) Priest Lake, Idaho 83856 Phone: 509-860-1896 Lucinda’s Woodland Bakery will open its doors this summer (2017). Come and join us - sit awhile and enjoy your favorite pastry and coffee, tea or other beverage. We offer artisan breads, rolls, and pastries as well as various cakes and cookies all baked fresh daily. We will feature Kokanee coffee (micro-roasted in Sandpoint, Idaho) as our drip coffee and our French Press coffee. Owner: Lucinda Carroll and William Carrol Opening Date: Memorial Day weekend 2017 (tentative) Hours: M-Saturday 6:30am - 4pm & Sunday 7am - 2pm Millies Hwy 57 at mile marker 28 208-443-0510 • Facebook.com/milliespriestlake As history is known to repeat itself, Millies is destined to forge a new and long lasting relationship with the community of Priest Lake. Millies customers, over seven decades, have come to enjoy dinner with friends or an appetizer by the fireplace. Now serving traditional pub style food year round. You’re only a stranger once at Millies.