Recipe for Success
You can’t help but notice all of the gastropubs and public houses that have been popping up all around North Idaho the past few years, yet, there is one that started it all back in 1996 right here in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. And it has stood the test of time.
Any local will tell you Moon Time is a very casual, comfortable place to hang out. It’s like its own community. There are customers who have been going there for more than 20 years who are still seeing the same staff who has been working there nearly or just as long.
Friends and owners John Grollmus and Brad Fosseen have seen to it, since day one, that Moon Time gives their guests consistency. Offering great food at a reasonable price, paired with excellent service and a familiar face, has always been their goal. Guests get what they have come to expect.
The menu, from the start, has featured unique and upscale pub food bringing a variety of items from many different cultures together, paired with a carefully selected 19 beer handles and a wide variety of wines, carefully selected to complement the food.
John and Brad care about the success of their restaurants, but even more importantly, they care about their employees. They are not blind to the realities of life, and it is important to them to take care of those who work for them. That is just one reason they try to pay better than any other restaurant in the area.
“I think it’s important that both Brad and myself spent our whole lives working in restaurants. That experience helps us to make the kinds of decisions which employees appreciate as they come from a perspective which understands the employee,” says John.
When in Coeur d’Alene and looking for a great neighborhood pub, pull up a chair at Moon Time, where the staff is ready to serve you the best!
East Coeur d’Alene
1602 E. Sherman Ave. #116