The nearest ocean is over 330 miles away, but that doesn't mean good fish is. Don't let the distance fool you, Fisherman's Market offers some of the best seafood in the Pacific Northwest, with prices to boot.
The Location of Fisherman's Market Coeur d'Alene
Though a little hidden away, it's hardly the most difficult place to reach in Coeur d'Alene. Just off of Kathleen Avenue and 95, it occupies a slim plot of land right between Home Depot and Super 1 Foods. Easy to miss, but hard to forget.
Ambiance and Seating in Fisherman's Market
An unassuming exterior makes way for one of the most fun restaurant interiors in the area. Polished concrete floors, walls covered in local art, and the feature to which it owes it's name; the ordering counter and display cases, set up to look just like a local fish market. Packed with tables, outdoor seating, and a unique sushi bar; it would be hard not to find a place to sit here. Plus, you're free to seat yourself after placing your order, so your options are wide open.
The Fare & Drinks Offered at this Local Market
As would be expected from any worthy seafood place, Fisherman's Market Coeur d'Alene has an expansive menu of fishy foods, from sandwiches to fried fish, or just plain fillets if you like to keep it simple. If you're a fan of fish and chips, they have you covered with over 12 different dish variations, and 8 styles of unique, made in-house tartar sauces to choose from.
If you're a more adventurous seafood lover, then you're in for a treat. At over 60 different sushi options, Fisherman's Market Coeur d'Alene boasts one of the most impressive sushi menus in the area. Ranging from your simple norimaki rolls, all the way to house specialties and signature rolls, there are almost too many options. If you find yourself struggling to choose what to eat, there are multiple chef's choice options for you to select, offering a variety of potential combos at varying prices. Also served alongside the sushi are various soups such as miso and cioppino, and other delicious side options.
Fisherman's Market also has a unique selection of IPAs, ciders, and even sake. Though they do not serve mixed drinks, there is more than enough to choose from to satiate your liquid needs.
Surprise, It's a Fish Market too!
As its name suggests, Fisherman's Market also sells, you guessed it; fish! At the very front of the counter is a large, absolutely packed display case just filled with various fish, scallops, and numerous other water-caught delights. Many of these options are locally caught or farmed, and the prices are highly competitive for such fantastic quality. Fisherman's Market restocks often, and as such, options may vary. If you're interested in learning about where anything is caught or sourced, don't hesitate to ask an employee; they're sure to inform you as best they can.