Category: Eats & Drinks

Wine with a view

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

Wine and mountain enthusiasts rejoice — Northwest Winefest is back on Schweitzer Mountain for the fifth year, Saturday, July 20 and Sunday, July 21, boasting …

Yoga Feast

By Reader Staff

Bring your appetite for food and spiritual wellbeing to the 2019 Northwest Yoga Feast, which serves up a wide menu of workshops, presentations, conversations, live music, dance …

From scratch, with love

By Ben Olson
Reader Staff

When my girlfriend’s parents rented a pontoon boat last week to show their friends the lake, the natural first stop for lunch and drinks was …

Killa Korean

By Zach Hagadone
Reader Staff

It’s a good thing Jeff Coleman had a hard time getting reliable internet in Cocolalla. If he could stream movies, maybe he wouldn’t have opened …

Ready, set, BEER!

By Cameron Rasmusson
Reader Staff

Nothing says summer like a beer at the beach. The only question at Sandpoint Beerfest: Which beer will it be?

It’s no easy decision when …

An ode to beer

By Jen Jackson Quintano
Reader Contributor

Many of the more interesting episodes in my life have been sponsored by beer.

There was the performance of 90210-themed haiku at a prominent …

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