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Food: Angelo’s Ristorante

Ask anyone in North Idaho where to go for the best Italian food and you’ll likely get one answer: Angelo’s Ristorante in Coeur d’Alene.
Angelo Brunson, a chef who studied in Seattle and California, opened the restaurant in November 2004. Angelo buys his ingredients from local farmers’ markets. He serves authentic Italian meals done “as organic as possible.” Not long after Angelo’s opened its doors, it was packed from word of mouth recommendations. Celebrities like John Elway and Lindsay Wagner have been spotted in the dining room as well.
The soft lighting and romantic ambiance make Angelo’s a perfect place for a date night or a special celebration. The white tablecloths, candles and soft Italian music make guests feel like they’ve been transported to Venice. Angelo’s website highly recommends reservations, and for good reason. The place is usually full of hungry diners. Read Full Story

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