Tagged: downtown sandpoint

Just what Sandpoint kneads

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

Bluebird Bakery is bright and lively on a Monday afternoon. Smells of freshly baked bread and coffee intermingle as patrons work on their computers, chat …

Get ready to rubble

By Zach Hagadone
Reader Staff

Crews led by city-contracted construction firm Sonray Enterprises will close Cedar Street from Second Avenue to First Avenue and Main Street beginning Tuesday, Sept. 3 …

Here be good burgers

By Zach Hagadone
Reader Staff

Sailing through its first summer as a brick-and-mortar restaurant, The Burger Dock has established a nautical-themed niche at 116 N. First Ave. in downtown Sandpoint.…

It’s Crazy Days

By Ben Olson
Reader Staff

It’s about to get crazy in downtown Sandpoint. The annual sidewalk sale known as Crazy Days will transform the business corridor on Saturday, July 27 …

Welcome to First Thursdays

By Ben Olson
Reader Staff

Sandpoint is hopping these days, with a handful of new businesses joining tried-and-true retailers that have established a vibrant marketplace in downtown Sandpoint.

To help …

What’s new? pt. 2

By Cameron Rasmusson
Reader Staff

Editor’s Note: New businesses are springing up all over Sandpoint this summer, and here at the Reader, we’re making an effort to introduce them to

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