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Steakhouse ‘Stand Before the Fire’ a new attraction at the CDA Tribal Resort Casino

Kobe beef raised in Idaho will take center plate on of the menu of the new steakhouse at the Coeur d'Alene Resort Casino, in Worley.

This photo shows the entryway to what's now called Ts'elumsm Steakhouse. The tribal name means “Stand Before the Fire,” and that title fits the location. The 120-seat steakhouse will have an open grill kitchen area for visitors to see their food prepared.

The steakhouse and the rest of the $75 million expansion at the casino and resort will be showcased in Monday's grand opening.

There's a daily story in Thursday's Spokesman-Review with more information about the expansion and other amenities.


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