What is 315?

The Greenbriar Inn was built in 1908 and is on the National Registry of Historic Places. It has been totally restored and decorated with an eye to elegant simplicity and comfort with a mix of antique and replica furnishings. The main floor is occupied by our restaurant, the “315”. During the winter months, our guests love to sit around our two fireplaces, and listen to live soft blues and jazz on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday nights. A 150-foot wrap-around deck surrounds the dining room and looks out over the garden and patio, where guests often sit under umbrella tables in the summer. Brick patios in the front of the house, and a shady porch are ideal for fair weather dining.

This is a unique spot for dining and lodging, located central to the down town core, yet in a private garden setting just four blocks from the Lake!

The restaurant features a hand-crafted martini bar and small-plate or “tapas” menu. We also offer main dishes for those wishing traditional fare.

Our catering department has served our community for since 1986, and along with our restaurant and Bed and Breakfast, have all received many awards for quality and service over the years.

We are well known locally for hosting smaller parties during restaurant hours, or larger parties outside of our restaurant hours: Tuesday through Sunday, 3:15 to close!

Where is 315?

315 Wallace Ave.
Coeur d’ Alene, ID
83814

When can I come?

We are open Tue-Sun from 3:15p until close.

History of 315 and Greenbriar

The Greenbriar Inn was originally built by Harvey Davey in 1908 as a trademark home to advertise his brick building specialty.

The 30s

The house was sold to the Mayor’s mistress , and run as a bordello for about 10 years.

The 40s

Burlington Northern Railway purchased the house as a residence for the railway workers.

The 50s

Purchased by a private family and called the “Wallace Apartments”.

The 60s

Headquarters for Health, Education and Welfare.

The 70s

Occupied by the Tridentine Church of Spokane, housing over thirty nuns, as well as a daycare forparishioners.

The 80s

The building stood vacant for several years, incurring a lot of damage from frozen pipes and neglect.

In 1984,

Bob and Kris McIlvenna and their family moved in and began repairing and restoring the old house to its original elegance. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places, and has been completely restored and updated since their opening, April 1, 1985.

In 2008,

we celebrated the Greenbriar’s 100th Anniversary!