Pretty cool sports bar. Walls were covered with memorabilia and rafters had lots of old bar taps hanging from them. Came with my family on vacation, so very kid friendly. On a busy night our server was friendly and efficient but not very knowledgeable about beer. Prices were decent and the food was good. Beer selection was pretty good. They had a wall full of taps, I’m guessing in the 40-50 range. Overall worth a stop, we enjoyed ourselves.
DuffMan (339) the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta | March 26, 2015
Massive place, old-school sports bar vibe, wall full of taps, decent service, didn’t try the food. Probably your best option in the area if you’re a beer nerd.
My wife and I stopped in Coeur d’Alene on our way from Glacier to Spokane and ended up here. The atmosphere is so friendly; seriously the nicest people from wall to wall. The walls are covered in beer kitsch and they get crowded despite "More Taps Than Tables." Lots of Idaho/Oregon/Washington beers on tap, and almost all craft stuff. All we had of the food was an order of potato skins, and they were decent. The bar was well-staffed and our bartender was attentive and friendly. Everyone at the bar wanted to talk to us and learn our life story. Great, warm place, and an absolute must-visit if you are in the Idaho Panhandle.
Great place to go for in Coeur d’Alene. 40 taps on offer, 36 of which are micros, and 1 cask engine too. Huge room with plenty of seating and a large patio too. Good selection of NW & Mountain brews. Service was quick & friendly; helped being a Red Sox fan ;-) Food is great and very tasty. Can’t wait to go back.
A great beer bar with close to 40 taps, most of which are of high quality. Capones (in both their Coeur d’ Alene and Post Falls incarnations) is the best place to drink good beer in North Idaho. I like the Coeur d’ Alene location a bit better.
Decent place for a sandwich and a glass of beer for lunch. Food is what you’d expect at a brewpub and they have a better than average (far better actually) selection of unique brews. I’ve yet to try their Post Falls location since it’s been rebuilt following the fire. I’ll definitely visit Capones again (and again).
This is the place to go to in CDA for beer/food/sports. Good selection of games on each day. Good draft selection. Always something on cask. The thai chicken pizza is fantastic. Actually... everything is great. I go here all the time when I am CDA (grew up there and go back to visit relatives each summer).
Came down here and met billk for a quick pint. Inside has short ceilings with baseball and other sporting event paraphernalia plastered all over the place. Nice selection of taps with lots of regional stuff. Not sure about what Bill was complaining about the selection, this would be a welcomed addition to somewhere like Boise. It’s no Portland or San Diego, but a different tune for a different place. I had some Widmer Broken Halo. Didn’t see too much as for regionals. The laughing dog unfiltered IPA was on tap, I should have had that in hind side. Average service, maybe a bit apathetic, but I can’t complain. Didn’t try any food.