If you are looking for a good restaurant with hometown cooking Panhandler pies is the place to go while visiting this area. Plenty of fatty foods and pies. #TravelDivaDayna
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We had a very good breakfast here, good prices although the service was a little slow on a Saturday morning. The menu is varied for lunch and dinner as well.
Great family spot displaying rustic, old timey decor. Friendly staff and quick service. Chili is super yummy and hardy. A generous amount of onion & cheese is piled on top. I suggest asking for it on the side. A piece of cornbread completes the meal....More
Passing through Sandpoint and was time for breakfast. Found Panhandler as we were driving past and thought it looked promising - and it was! Really good breakfast with very nice service. Got pieces of pie to go and ENJOYED them with our picnic lunch a...More
Stopped for lunch prior to taking a cruise on the lake and very glad we did. My sister and I ordered the Navajo Tacos (made with fry bread) and the cinnamon fry bread. Both were excellent and we would highly recommend. Dad thoroughly enjoyed his...More
Just awesome. We walked in and we're greeted by friendly staff who answered questions galore. The guy ahead of us walked out with three pies and there was a line forming behind us. I knew we were in a good spot. We tried the Razzleberry...More
Just riding my bike around and ran into this place and just love the fact you can get a homemade pie for 12 bucks .the food is pretty good as well.
We were in town for a few hours just looking around and decided to have dinner before taking off. Panhandler is right on the main road through Sandpoint and is a delightful restaurant with a down home country feel. It reminds me of a place...More
Had lunch here with girlfiend. We had 1/2 sandwich, soup and pie all for under $10! It is one of their specials. They don't scrimp on the piece of pie either! Delicious!