They have a little bit for any diet. I enjoy the seats at the big corner window. Good parking, Cool auto memorabilia, Can be very busy during a car show.
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It's no mystery how they got the name Red Horse. They have about every Mobil Oil artifact you could imagine and lots of other stuff, too. In addition to the old service station setting they have a nice menu. The sandwiches all have cutesy names,...More
We always try to stop here on our way from Sandpoint to Seattle, and love it every time. We especially enjoy bringing friends and family as they get such a kick out of the vintage decor old-time menu. Their burgers are great, fries are fantastic,...More
We stopped here for lunch. Two of us ordered the Senior Burger Deal. It was a great value and very tasty. The fries were handcut and delicious. The Chef Salad was huge and well worth the money.
We pulled off I90 hungry. Bypassing the standard fast food chains, we spotted a sign for Red Horse Diner. A lot of construction and a rough road stood between us and the diner. The Red Horse obviously gets its name from all the Mobil Oil...More
Cool place to look around, food is good and staff are friendly. The place is clean and they have a separate bar area that just opened and it is also nice.
This place proves you don't need multiple TV screens to be entertained in a restaurant, especially if you remember when gasoline cost $.38/gallon. The decor is all gas station/garage related, heavy on the Mobil signs. The food--we had breakfast--is above-average diner quality with a decent...More
We are always trying to find places to eat that are not fast food. We decided on the Red Horse based on internet ratings. What a fun place! It is an old (like 1940's old) Mobil filling station, hence the red horse connection. There are...More