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Incrediburger two is coming to Coeur d’Alene

If you love Adam Hegsted’s new downtown Spokane burger-and-breakfast spot but wish there was one in North Idaho, you’ll be excited about this news.

The beloved Inland Northwest chef and restaurateur is planning to open a second Incrediburger and Eggs location in Coeur d’Alene.

The menu will be “mostly” the same, Hegsted said. “We will have a few new items, though.”

It’s slated to open behind Cracker Barrel, next to Firehouse Subs, on Ramsey Road.

The opening date isn’t yet set, but expect to see the second Incrediburger and Eggs in “probably late summer,” Hegsted said.

The original Incrediburger and Eggs opened in downtown Spokane on Feb. 8. The menu features a mix of breakfast sandwiches, burgers and boozy milkshakes. The concept isn’t fast food; rather, it’s semi-fast-casual. Customers receive an electronic buzzer when they order at the walk-up counter. Menu items range from $2.99 to $8.99.

Look for the PB&J burger – with jalapeno jelly, Thai aioli and peanut sauce – and a MexiCali burger with avocado, mole sauce, cabbage slaw, queso fresco and tomato salsa. The Earth and Turf features a beef-and-mushroom patty with caramelized onions, sauteed mushrooms, Gruyere cheese, pickles and mushroom mayo.

Hegsted also owns or is a partner in Wandering Table, Yards Bruncheonand Gilded Unicorn in Spokane; Farmhouse Kitchen and Silo Bar in Ponderay, Eat Good Cafe in Liberty Lake, Republic Kitchen and Taphouse in Post Falls, and Le Catering, a catering company.

The original IncrediBurger is at 909 W. First Ave. On the web: On Facebook:

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