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You won’t get served a shot at the 1210, which houses beer and wine only, but you might get served a borderline-unethical game of pool from someone with neck tattoos and a habit of nightlong chain smoking. Although the 1210 plunges about as deep as a dive bar can go without requiring a SCUBA license, patrons looking for a relaxed night should appreciate the low-key atmosphere and the German Shepherd that drinks beer with regulars. (January 2013)

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The 219 is one of those places you were scared to walk by as a kid. And there's a good reason for that. Last time we were there, a drunk (insanely so) woman accidentally burned us with her cigarette. We recoiled in pain and said, "Whoa, ha! Geez! No harm done!" At which point she flicked the thing -- still lit -- into our face. Which is awesome, in a way. And if you can handle it, the 219 is the best full bar dive in Sandpoint that isn't completely overrun with tourists. (LB)

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Ambrosia Bistro won first prize for first courses at Epicurean Delight in 2013 for its smoked corn bisque with crispy pork belly and tomato-bacon Jam. And rightfully so. You can expect these kinds of inventive yet comforting dishes, all done exceptionally well, all year-round at this valley bistro. (July 2013)

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With big windows offering views of Carnegie Square, Andy’s Bar is a friendly place to stop as you make your way from Browne’s Addition into the core of downtown. You won’t have to deal with any annoying bachelorette parties or noisy boozers. The atmosphere is delightfully laid back, with no pretense. And the sweet potato fries kick ass. (July 2013)

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The Northside Onion's bar had a brand new look with the new Area 51 Taphouse, but the most impressive addition is 51 taps, paired with 50 bottles and cans, bringing its drinking options to a grand total of 101. The state of the art tap system took three months to build, and auto-kills oxygen in the tap lines. A new, state-of-the-art bar top is also cooled to keep beers chilled, but warm near the edge so patrons' arms don't get cold. Forty-five of the 50 taps are set to rotate Northwest-centric beers. (Jan. 2015)

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The Baby Bar is possibly the best dingy, dark, windowless dive bar in town. They reel in a delightful crowd of youngish punks/hipsters/art-types and serve cheap-yet-hard drinks, so consider a cocktail with fresh fruit squeezed right in front of you. They regularly have a live band for cheap, if not free. Also, Baby Bar happens to be connected to Neato Burrito, so there are burritos to satisfy your munchies, as well as poetry night on Wednesdays for you intellectual types. (July 2013)

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The Backyard takes over the former home of the Broadway Bar and Grill, and the former dive bar has been overhauled, both physically and gastronomically. The spot exudes the feel of a neighborhood pub, serving the sort of creative (yet affordable) cuisine that might come as a surprise. With interior walls of reclaimed wood from Kettle Falls, high wooden tables and warm lighting, there's a comforting vibe that's easy to sink into. It's also managed to pull three chefs formerly of Luna on the South Hill, who've created a menu of upscale comfort food like chicken and waffles, mac and cheese and a tasty pub appetizers. (Nov. 2014)

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Featuring a polished wood bar, karaoke, and well drinks starting at $2.75, the Barbary Coast is typical of Hillyard’s bars. It’s cheap and unpretentious. And like many businesses in Hillyard, the Barbary Coast is a family affair. “This is my mom’s dream,” says bartender Andrea Breithaup. (July 2013)

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As the nation’s first restaurant distillery, Bardenay’s innovative history and talent in the kitchen has provided an experience unique to Idaho. Although famous for their spirits, cocktails, wines, and brews that are made in the building, the food — especially the Wild Turkey Bourbon pork loin chops — is just as spectacular. (July 2013)

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It's in downtown Cheney (which has one street), meaning that the Basement, like other Cheney bars, serves as a can't-miss destination on any given drinking tour. Thursday is the night of debauchery in Cheney, and the Basement is the place to forget things. A large sunken dance floor and plenty of bodies to rub up against make it Cheney's go-to club experience. (BM)

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Each of the 24 pizzas on the menu features thick, hand-tossed crust that’s soft and “bready” around the rim with a thin and crisp center, making it a “best of both worlds” type of pie. Choices go way beyond just plain cheese pizza — like the Maui Wowie, the Saxon, Boogie Fever, or numerous “primo” options to enjoy. They also serve hot sandwiches, salads and a bevy of microbrews and wine, making this a popular mid-South Hill hangout. Known primarily as a family-friendly pizza joint, Bennidito’s stays open late and features an impressively curated collection of beer taps. Get some of their famous Beer Buddies to go along with your pint as you chat up your South Hill neighbors or take in the tail end of a game. The small but mighty patio is the place to be in the summer. (July 2013)

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