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NEWS AND EVENTS FOODIES NEED TO KNOW Cedar Street Bistro and Coffee Shop on the historic Cedar Street Bridge, 334 N. First Ave., is a unique downtown venue to escape from the weather but still enjoy the scenic outdoors with its spectacular windows overlooking Sand Creek. Bistro owner Tim Frazier said that along with exceptional coffee drinks, gourmet and breakfast sandwiches, and stone-baked pizzas, they’ve expanded their huckleberry product line. “We now have the largest selection of huckleberry products in North Idaho,” Frazier said. A new addition to the bistro The Breakfast Sandwich served on a grilled English mufin the near future is the installation of a fin at Cedar Street Bistro. COURTESY PHOTO Diedrich coffee roaster, manufactured in nearby Ponderay. of home-baked cookies and bars that are Calling all soup lovers! If you’re looking perfect for family gatherings or the office. for a gourmet spin on your favorite recipes, For an authentic taste of Christmas tradiSpuds Waterfront Grill, 102 N. First Ave., tion, seasonal German stollen (sweet bread always has a variety of handmade soups on that’s made with rum-soaked fruit) is availthe menu – with new recipes being developed this winter. A popular favorite any time of year is the tomato basil bisque, which is a hearty choice for vegetarians, as well. Open daily for lunch; and don’t forget that they’re open for breakfast, too – enjoy a savory breakfast sandwich such as the Santa Fe, made with your choice of sausage or bacon, fried egg, fire-roasted salsa and cream cheese. You know it’ll be good – it’s Spuds! For all things holiday, put Pine Street Bakery, 710 Pine St., on your list. The bakery, co-owned by Julia Knadler, is anticipating a busy holiday season ahead by bringing back their gift platters – featuring a variety

able mid-November onward. Other new breads are being developed, including the sourdough; what a perfect excuse to check back in often! In the rush to and fro during holiday shopping and entertaining, Pine Street Bakery is open for lunch and serves up homemade soups paired with homemade bread, among other menu items. There’s lots of fun going on this winter at Di Luna’s Cafe, 207 Cedar St. The cafe hosts painting parties called Palettes Uncorked – evenings where participants can come in and

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In this issue: Wings of Winter, Future of snow, NFL Super Bowl Champion Ron Heller, Art of Megan Atwood Cherry, Urban Moose, Thrill of shed...

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In this issue: Wings of Winter, Future of snow, NFL Super Bowl Champion Ron Heller, Art of Megan Atwood Cherry, Urban Moose, Thrill of shed...