The staff is friendly and the pies are delicious. We enjoyed the cinnamon fry bread also. Prices are good. The quiche and clam chowder is also good.
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We stopped off for breakfast on our way across the border. What a great place! We loved the old fashioned decor. The breakfast was HUGE! Perhaps a bit too much cheese on the omelette, but it kept me going well past lunch. I only wish...More
A group of us hit Pandhandler Pies for lunch and we were not disappointed. I had the chicken pot pie - outstanding! Others enjoyed the bottomless chili, the the Quiche Lorraine. Drinks were refillable and the cornbread wonderful! We also sampled apple, strawberry, banana cream...More
Very friendly staff and nicely decorated with down home local cuisine at reasonable prices for Sandpoint. Great menu with good variety of comfort food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. An unbelievable variety of delicious homemade pies available either whole or in generous slices. We love...More
Oh WOW! A friend told us not to miss this place and we are so glad we took his advice! Sensational Fry Bread! Every egg dish ordered was enjoyed. Sadly we stuffed ourselves so there was no room for famous pie. We would go back...More
First you should know that Panhandler Pies is NOT open on Sundays so better not plan on a nice breakfast here after Sunday morning services. The other 6 days of the week however this is a GREAT place to frequent for breakfast (never done dinner...More
We bought 8 assorted pies for a birthday celebration where a bunch families that were camping together came together for a celebration. DELICIOUS!
We went for an afternoon pie. Expecting northern Idaho huckleberry pie which were surprised to find out they didn't. That said we had the razzle berry pie that was spectacular. Raspberry, blue berry and boisenberry. A must for any return trip