Locations in Sandpoint

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  • 219 Lounge

    219 N. First Ave. Sandpoint


    The 219 has undergone a dramatic evolution in recent years, sparked by a complete renovation of the space to capture its original 1930s vibe. No longer considering themselves Idaho's "five-star dive bar," the 219 now boasts an outdoor patio and bar for summer nights under the stars, more than 20 craft beers on tap, an unique selection of wine and winning cocktail menu.

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  • Arlo's Ristorante

    330 N. First Ave. Sandpoint


    When it comes to eating Italian in Sandpoint, Arlo’s has got you covered. The restaurant added flatbread pizzas to its offerings, as well as solidified a spot on the menu for its extremely popular mussels dish — an item that sold out every time it was on special. Kick back with a great meal and a glass of wine. (July 2013)
  • Art Works Gallery

    214 N. First Ave. Sandpoint


    Art Works continues to be run by a cooperative group of artists whose talents run the gamut of the arts spectrum. The gallery displays co-op members' paintings, sculptures, blown glass, wood carvings, and even furniture.
  • Arts Alliance

    518 Oak St. Sandpoint


  • Babs' Pizzeria

    1319 Highway 2 Sandpoint


    Head over to Sandpoint when you need more than just another cheese pizza. New York-style, thin-crust pizza is the name of the game at this pizzeria, which offers specialties like the Village (pesto, sun-dried tomatoes, artichokes, crumbled feta), the Little Italy (marinara, sweet sausage, green peppers, red onions) and the Hell’s Kitchen (spinach, roasted red peppers, mushrooms and chicken), which blend flavors that demand another visit. (October 2012)
  • Baxters on Cedar

    109 S. Cedar Sandpoint


    Sandpoint’s Baxters offers inexpensive cuisine and great service in a relaxed setting. Boasting a full menu of soups, salads, sandwiches and burgers made fresh every day with local ingredients, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a cozier eatery named after a puppy. Baxters also serves fresh seafood, wine and beer.
  • Beet and Basil

    105 S. First Ave. Sandpoint


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  • Bernd Barrel Social Club

    311 N. First Ave. Sandpoint


    An old apparel store transformed into a cozy, close-knit social club provided Chris Galle the perfect opportunity to open a wine bar. The wine list is extensive and descriptive to help you find the perfect fit. Bernd also has six rotating taps, ciders, and mead drawn from a wide variety of regions. Pair your drink with a small appetizer, such as a cheese plate with four artisanal cheeses, dried fruit, or sliced baguette. (Nov. 2015)
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  • Big Leap Creative

    165 Village Ln., Ste. 201 D Sandpoint


  • Bistro Rouge at Pend d’Oreille Winery

    220 Cedar St. Sandpoint


    This popular wine bar (and occasional music venue) in Sandpoint has opened a small bistro featuring small plates created specifically to pair with their award-winning wines. (July 2013)
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  • Bonner County Extension Office

    4205 N. Boyer St. Sandpoint


  • Bonner County Fairgrounds

    4203 N. Boyer Rd. Sandpoint


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  • Cafe Bodega

    504 Oak St. Sandpoint


  • Cedar Street Bistro

    334 N. First Ave. Sandpoint


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  • Cedar Street Bridge

    334 N. 1st Ave. Sandpoint


    It looks and feels like an indoor, European market, sometimes bustling, other times timeless and peaceful. The cafe inside is the ideal place for a little nibble in between shopping the Bridge. Or check out the new gallery which overlooks the hubbub. Owner Shery Meekings was poised to open a printing business when artist Stephen Padgett approached her about the bridge location, which another artist, Dan Earle, had previously used to organize informal ArtWalk showings. With its abundant light and rustic-but-warm log interior, Meekings instantly saw the potential. This is one of the nicest places in town.
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  • City Beach Organics

    117 N. First St. Sandpoint


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  • Coldwater Creek Auditorium

    1 Coldwater Creek Dr. Sandpoint


  • Connie's Cafe

    323 Cedar St. Sandpoint


    Hanging out in hotel bars is creepy. Luckily Connie's (which serves the La Quinta Inn) feels enough like its own establishment that you can order a beer without looking like you're trying to get invited back to someone's room. A cozy place, it's decorated in the high style of the mid- to late-1970s, bringing to mind a cross between a ski lodge and an old guy's rumpus room.
  • Di Luna's Cafe

    207 Cedar St. Sandpoint


    Sandpoint’s Di Luna’s takes its music and seasonal, locally sourced menus seriously. Breakfasts here feature farmers markets scrambles, and Saturday nights frequently mean farm-to-table dinners with locally sourced produce, meats, and decadent desserts from their in-house bakery — all of this paired with live folk, blues, jazz or world beat music. It’s a harmonious combination that’s made Di Luna’s one of Sandpoint’s most beloved restaurants. (July 2013)
  • Dish at Dover Bay

    1319 Highway 2 Sandpoint


    This quintessentially Sandpoint restaurant is funky and family-friendly, with a little play area for kidlets and bright walls of lime, teal and avocado. Breakfast reflects the southern stylings of Chef Gabe Cruz, with dishes like crawfish etouffee benedict and pancakes Bananas Foster. Lunch means sandwiches and salads, and they’re now open for dinner as well, plus take-out. (CS)
  • Dover Bay Resort

    651 Lakeshore Ave., Dover Sandpoint


  • Dub's Drive-In

    703 Hwy. 2 Sandpoint


    A slice of Americana, this rustic burger joint has all the fast-food goodies, with burgers, fries, fish, ice cream and huckleberry milkshakes made with real fruit. Worth the stop if you’re just passing through — especially for 45-cent doughnuts or $1 cones. Dub’s owner might even take your order himself. (July 2013)
  • Eichardt's

    212 Cedar St. Sandpoint


    One of Sandpoint’s best spots for live music and good beer, Eichardt’s has a steady stream of musicians playing blues, honky-tonk or jam band fare, while the taps are updated constantly with new micro and craft brews. The clientele is decidedly athletic — mountain bikers, skiers, snowboarders and other such adventurers — so don’t expect chili fries and football. (July 2013)
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