Celebrating the food and beauty of the Pacific and Inland Northwest, Lodgepole brings a New American Classic Menu.

With influence from our family's traditions and our personal adventures, we meld classic flavors and techniques with fresh ingredients from our bountiful region.

Photo Credits: Alejandra Maria Photography, Alex Barham Photography, Brooke Fitts Photography

Lodgepole Shout-Out in Spokesman Review!

In this year’s edition of “Campus Eats: University of Idaho,” we were dubbed the place to go, “When the parents come to visit!” Check out this lovely blurb about us here at Lodgepole.

“When the parents come to visit: Lodgepole

Dinner reservations are recommended at Lodgepole, which offers some of the region’s finest dining. The atmosphere is casually elegant and quintessentially Inland Northwest – rustic but refined with exposed red brick and beams, plenty of wood, an open kitchen and lots of natural light from large windows overlooking a large patio. Bench seating lines one wall, and there are high-backed stools at the bar where you might be able to squeeze in on a weekend night during prime hours if you failed to make that reservation. (Best to call at least 24 hours in advance.) Lodgepole is open for dinner Tuesday through Friday and for lunch and dinner on weekends. There’s an extensive wine list. Chicken and waffles are the special on Wednesday nights. Start with deviled pickled eggs in smoked paprika oil or fried Palouse garbanzos. The seasonal gnocchi is popular. Look, also, for a selection of salads, pasta and mains such as a grilled pork chop, butter-basted ribeye, pan-roasted chicken, seasonal fish or the half-pound Lodgepole burger made from ground brisket with porchetta, American cheese, pickled onion, lettuce and barbecue aioli on a house-baked sesame bun. 106 N. Main St, Moscow. (208) 882-2268.lodgepolerestaurant.com.”

For the full article featuring some of Moscow’s best places to grub down, click here!

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