Stuck at home but still want our legendary comfort foods?

We’re open 11–7 daily for Curbside Takeout, Delivery, Beer Growler Fills, Family-Style Meals To-Go… and a huge dose of great Northwest-Style Positivity!


Delivery to your Home

  1. Click one of the services below.
  2. Choose your order from the menu on that website.
  3. Your meal will be delivered right to your door!


Come Pick it Up

  1. CHOOSE your order from our Menu
  2. CALL 208-457-3610
  3. COME IN and pick it up, or
  4. CURBSIDE We can bring it right to your car!

Click to download our Takeout and Delivery only menu

Experience the sturdy flavors of Republic Kitchen+Taphouse, a converted 1910 Post Falls home on the National Historic Registry with a spacious, garden-framed deck and the feel of a European gasthaus-meets-Seattle pub.

$2 Microbrew Mondays
Trivia Tuesdays
Wine Wednesdays $20 Bottles
Sunday Fun Day $5 Drinks

View all Specials here

We have an insatiable appetite for quality local craft beers, so all beers on tap are always 100% local or Northwest brewed. This is truly a “Brewery to Table” experience.

(208) 457-3610

120 E 4th Avenue in Post Falls, Idaho 83854
1-90 Spokane Street Exit
South 1 block to light
East 1 block


Open 7 days/week
11AM – 9PM

(Sometimes open late Friday & Saturday)
Happy Hour Daily from 4PM – 6PM

Republic Tees and swag available at the Restaurant.

Republic Kitchen+Taphouse is owned and operated by the Latham Families and Adam Hegsted of the Eat Good Group.

We invite you to join our families in celebrating the foods we love to eat.

Mark and Alicia Latham


Mark is a Post Falls architect, specializing in historic preservation and urban renewal. Alicia is the creative mastermind behind the artistic details you see in the restaurant.

Adam Hegstead

Owner / Executive Chef

A James Beard award-winning chef, Adam owns and operates five other area restaurants

Tom and Anne Marie Latham


Tom is a Creative Marketer and former Publisher of the Idaho Cuisine Magazine

About the 1910 Young House

The 1910 Samuel and Ann Young House in Post Falls is the only home in the city listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The Young family, immigrants from England, helped establish the town of Post Falls, and their memory will again be alive through the laughter and joy of this cozy neighborhood gathering place.

Determined to preserve the historical integrity of the property, the Republic team is working diligently to maintain architectural features while putting the building into a new and productive use.

The lovely ladies of the Young family catch dinner on the Rathdrum Prairie.