Summer Sampler a foodie paradise

By Cameron Rasmusson
Reader Staff

It doesn’t matter whether you’re a local or just visiting — it’s tough to try all the great food in Sandpoint.

Fortunately, the Summer Sampler makes it easy to taste a little bit of everything from some of Sandpoint’s best restaurants. Set for Thursday, June 29,  from 5-8 p.m. in Farmin Park (located between Third and Fourth avenues in downtown Sandpoint), the event lets attendees buy tickets to exchange for food and drink from more than a dozen local restaurants and breweries.

Beyond the food, the Summer Sampler will feature live music, and for every 10 tickets purchased, attendees will be entered in a drawing for a Festival at Sandpoint concert tickets.

Admission is free, and tickets are $1 each, with food and drink items ranging from $3-$7.

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