A Bit of Italy in Browne's 

Plus, boat-in dining in Sandpoint.

The sign taped to the distinctive glass panel garage doors makes the announcement in crayon letters: “ITALIA TRATTORIA OPENING SOON.” Inside, behind temporary curtains, chef Anna Vogel and her partner Bethe Bowman are hard at work transforming the Café Marron space…

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