Michael and Katie's love for their place in life is evident in the friendly "hello!" offered as you come in the door of thier eatery. I sipped on truly one of the best cups of Mocha I have ever had! It offered enough expresso to know I was drinking a coffee and not just hot chocolate - and enough sweet chocolate and cream to make it a treat! We enjoyed breakfast (scones, eggs-sausage-hashbrowns-biscuits-gravy, omelette, and did I mention the scones?) served in an environment that invited us to sit awhile with a book and visit with our friends. I thumbed through the pages of, "Why do we like thin skinned watermelons but not thinskinned people?" a funny yet thoughtful book of "life" questions written by a local author --- but, they have an assundry of other genre books on bookshelves around the place to choose from. We are looking forward to our next visit to Sandpoint and the opportunity to try LUNCH at this quiet liittle cafe with the good eats and neat books.
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