Wallace is a small historic city in the Panhandle region of the U.S. state of Idaho and the county seat of Shoshone County in the Silver Valley mining district. Founded in 1884, Wallace sits alongside the South Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River (and Interstate 90), approximately 2,728 feet (831 m) above sea level. The town's population was 784 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Wallace
4.5 based on 200 reviews
The Fainting Goat A Wine Bar & Eatery sits in the heart of beautiful Historic Wallace, Idaho. The whole interior of the space is crafted with industrial salvage, reused and repurposed materials. All tables are made by hand with reclaimed wood and the space boasts the original hand painted vault door from 1895 and doors that are over 200 years old imported from India. The food is contemporary tapas with regional wines for glass pours and 16+8 bottle Enomatics, featuring all international red and white wines along with craft beers, microbrews and hard ciders. Race Jones, Executive Chef.
What a lovely surprise! The Fainting Goat has an interesting menu. The dishes are as good and creative as they sound. I had the shrimp and asparagus salad. It was nicely presented and full of fresh, healthy ingredients. It is was such a nice change from the fried food so often found in small towns. The Fainting Goat has indoor as well as outdoor seating. We had a lovely meal in the patio tucked between it and the building next door, shielded from the direct sun. The service was attentive and excellent.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
This was our third visit to Mom's. Just off I-90 in Osburn. The workers are old school friendly. The food is quality with good sized portions. The meals are fairly priced. We've been all over the country and restaurants like this are few and far between. Check out the picture of one of their burgers...real ham, thick bacon, fresh tasting vegetables.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Hipsters, locals, and tourists - all seemed welcome.
Very good coffee (it seems very few U.S. states possess good coffee - Alaska, Washington, Idaho and Montana). Lots of interesting wall decorations and historical items to look at while your drink is prepared. Very reasonable prices...limited indoor seating.
4 based on 262 reviews
1313 Club has some of the best food and fun in Historic Wallace, Idaho. Our historic bar and restaurant offers a unique food selection in a great setting located in downtown Historic Wallace, Idaho. The most commonly asked question is "How did the 1313 Club get its name?" There are a couple of different stories, the most popular is the fact that the original bar area was 13 feet high by 13 feet wide. The other story is that when they opened there were already 12 bars and 12 brothels going in Wallace - making us the 13 13! Pick the story you like best.
We ate dinner here 2 nights in a row! My husband had the Huckleberry Salmon Burger both nights! I recommend the Pulaski Hot beef! Friendly service and full bar!!So glad we were able to give you a good experience!! Love that you came back the next day!! Have a great day! Keith
4 based on 225 reviews
Spent a long weekend in Wallace last month for cycling. Hotel desk recommended City Limits. Dinner first night was great, so we went back again. Basic pub food, but very well done. Service was a bit slower on the second visit, but they were full to overflowing, and it gave us more time to enjoy the beer. And about the beer, ordered the Pils, and when my wife first tasted it she said, " This is really good beer.". Noticed bags of malt stacked around the room. Label identified origin as Bamberg, Germany, the place my wife claims to have had the best beer she ever tasted. Definitely worth a try.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
A dual concept restaurant featuring classic and modern sandwiches, soup and salad for lunch, classic Italian dinner in the evenings and now serving weekend breakfast.
After original opening as a lunch sandwich shop, Blackboard has added a full dinner menu featuring modern Italian foods, My favorite is the Parmigiana Chicken with a large chicken breast over a larger bed of pasta. New on the first weekend of October, the small cafe has opened for breakfast on Saturday and Sunday (but still closed for dinner on Sunday). Most unusual on the breakfast menu is an English Muffin egg, cheese and sausage sandwich seasoned with honey and red pepper sauce. Unique in all my breakfast eatings and delicious, but served with extra napkins for a reason,
4 based on 203 reviews
Menu is very limited. Basically hot dogs and hamburgers but they are quite good and well executed Rather fries or rings instead of chips on the side. Ordered a shake and it was remade in the freezer. A little odd. Very attentive service. Reasonable prices.
4 based on 48 reviews
Had the huckleberry pancakes with sausage. Excellent, well priced meal. The service was friendly and fast despite a lot of customers in the dining area.
3.5 based on 38 reviews
I'd already eaten dinner, but the pizza looked good.I was looking for a bit of dessert and found they served scoops of ice cream. I had a tasty huckleberry cone that satisfied my sweet tooth. Several other flavors available too,
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Newly opened at beginning of May, 2016. Full steak menu at prices consistent with great steak houses. My peppercorn New York cut was delicious. $28 with double stuffed potato good and mushrooms great with the steak. Hummus appetizer one of best ever tasted...good for 2...MoreWe have lowered prices again and added other affordable items while still offering a top quality steak as well. Thank you for your review.
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