Kellogg's just a few minutes away from the most renouned summer resort destination in the Pacific Northwest, Coeur d' Alene.
With the theme "Shut up and Eat" might tell you it is a pretty quiet place to eat. Named after a colorful Kellogg local this is a good place to go with friends and talk about your adventure in the mountains, which can be more fun that the actual adventure.
Favorite Dish: The barbeque sandwich.
The town of Kellogg is named after Noah Kellogg who after many unsuccessful ventures tried gold prospecting in 1885. His donkey led him to Bunker Hill where not gold but silver is mined. Kellogg obtained the minieral rights made his fortune when the mine was sold in 1887, but died a pauper in 1907. This story is why it is said that the city was founded by a Jackass (his donkey).