Café 95 serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner

SAGLE — The Greater Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Café 95 restaurant to the community.

Located at the south end of the Long Bridge, 471600 Highway 95, Café 95 is open Tuesday through Sunday from 6:30 a.m.-8 p.m. The restaurant stays open a little later for crowds on Friday and Saturday.

The family-owned and -operated restaurant is headed up by mother and father Frances and Rick Moreno and siblings, Bella and Junior Moreno. They are proud to offer home cooking, meaning made from scratch, and lakeside dining.

After moving to North Idaho just one month before opening, the Morenos were quick to find the old Long Bridge Grill location for their restaurant. They did not waste time and renovated the space to a whole other level.

Café 95 is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Tuesday-Sunday, and serves classic American meals in generous portions at moderate prices. Their menu features homemade sandwiches, salads and soups.

Café 95 in Sagle opened its doors in the spring of 2012 and has been going strong ever since.

Be sure to visit Café 95 on Facebook for ongoing specials.

Information: www.cafe95.com or call 255-1355

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