Locations in Sandpoint

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  • Evans Brothers Coffee

    524 Church St. Sandpoint


  • Farmhouse Kitchen and Silo Bar

    477227 Hwy. 95, Ponderay Sandpoint


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  • Farmin Park

    Third and Main Sandpoint

  • First Light Gallerie

    302 N. First Ave. Sandpoint


  • The Floating Restaurant

    47394 Hwy. 200, Hope Sandpoint


    Floating on Ellisport Bay in Hope Marina with views of Lake Pend Oreille and the Schweitzer Basin, this popular seafood restaurant offers several different delectations. Boat or drive up for a meal with fresh seafood and soups, sauces, breads, and desserts made on site from scratch. The seafood mixed plate has scallops, prawns and a tender calamari steak over angel hair pasta. Reservations are recommended. (July 2013)
  • Flourish

    301 Cedar St., Ste. 105 Sandpoint


    Two weeks after opening, Vicki Reich and business partner Marah Jacobs quickly realized that their hanging chalkboard menu needed to be larger and easier to change, in order to adapt to serving predominantly local and organic food. Their menu is seasonal, rotating through a variety of sandwiches, salads, and more, but all labels and signage include the percentage of local ingredients, so customers know exactly what they're getting. (July 2016)
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  • Flying Fish Company

    620 N. Fifth St. Sandpoint


  • Forty-One South

    41 Lakeshore Dr., Sagle Sandpoint


    The decidedly upscale restaurant boasts Lake Pend Oreille frontage, so both indoor and outdoor dining areas have gorgeous views. One of the more popular entrees is the grilled sockeye filet, served with raw honey comb and dijon mustard. (January 2013)
  • Foster's Crossing

    504 Oak St. Sandpoint


  • Gardenia Center

    400 Church St. Sandpoint


  • Heartwood Center

    615 S. Oak St. Sandpoint


  • The Hive

    207 N. First St. Sandpoint

    (208) 457-2392

    The Hive is a state of the art and sound concert venue featuring many national touring acts. The venue is only open on show dates, offering both general admission and VIP booth seating.
  • Hydra Steakhouse

    115 Lake St. Sandpoint


    You’d be hard-pressed to find many other eateries that have been alive and kicking in Sandpoint since 1975. One of those is the Hydra, which continues to produce reliably priced and tastily cooked steaks, including their well-known baseball-cut top sirloin, which comes in both 8- and 16-ounce sizes. If beef isn’t your game, that’s fine. The Hydra also has a full seafood menu in addition to pasta, sandwiches and other options. (July 2013)
  • Idaho Pour Authority

    203 Cedar St. Sandpoint


  • Inn at Sand Creek

    105 S. First Ave. Sandpoint


    The Inn at Sand Creek boasts a hotel upstairs and a bistro below. Book a room or a table and try something exotic. Gremolata. Kurobuta. Peperonata. Bring your Food Lover's Companion or just ask Bob Kessler, a walking encyclopedia who opened the restaurant in spring 2010 with his wife, Mila Halperin. (You may remember them from the Hope Market Cafe.) The menu is a seasonal travel guide, starting with Kung Pao egg rolls and macadamia peanut sauce and veering towards cucumber-tomato salad with Indian naan. (CS, 7/10)

  • Ivano's Ristorante

    102 S. First Ave. Sandpoint


    Roasted tomato caprese, ravioli toscano, saltimbocca, scaloppini di anatra. Or maybe just tiramisu and an espresso. You’ll feel like you’re in Italy just reading the menu. And owners Jim Lippi and daughter Jessica treat you like family. Gluten-free diners welcome. (July 2013)
  • Jalapeno's Mexican Restaurant

    314 N. Second Ave. Sandpoint


  • Joe's Philly Cheesesteak Factory

    102 Church St. Sandpoint


    The aroma of grilling meat and onions might lure you from First Avenue to check out this side-street eatery. Burgers, egg sandwiches and, of course, cheesesteaks (beef and chicken both) served up hot and fast. Call ahead and they'll have 'em ready when you arrive. (September 2012)
  • Joel's Mexican Restaurant

    229 Church St. Sandpoint


    With some of the region’s best burritos, Joel’s (which started as a taco truck) serves delicious and varied San Diego-style burritos, wrapped tight in paper, full of juice and flavor. Plus the staff is super-friendly, they make good horchata, and they’ve got a front patio that’s perfect in the summer for watching people cruise by on their bikes. (July 2013)
  • Kyoko Sushi

    334 N. First Sandpoint


    From the black screened walls to the cherry blossom print and Japanese parasols hanging from the ceiling, Kyoko transports diners to the Asian island nation. Owner Gary Lee emphasizes freshness, and this dedication can be seen though the fact that he flies in fresh fish from Hawaii daily. Kyoko serves up more contemporary options as well, including appetizers like gyoza, edamame, and seafood tacos.
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  • Laughing Dog Brewing

    1109 Fontaine Drive, Ponderay Sandpoint


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  • Loaf & Ladle

    124 S. 2nd Ave. Sandpoint


  • Lost Horse Press

    105 Lost Horse Ln. Sandpoint


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