Burger Dock hosting community meal
The Burger Dock is hosting a community meal on Wednesday, Nov. 23, from 3-6 p.m. to show gratitude to the community.
Burger Dock is hosting a community meal on Wednesday, Nov. 23, from 3-6 p.m. to show gratitude to the community.
This is the fourth consecutive year the restaurant has hosted the event. The meal is free, alcohol excluded, and is a way to bring people together,
Claire Anderson, co-owner with Savannah Pennington, said Burger Dock originated from a simple purpose, to provide.
To the owners, this means they provide for their people by providing great jobs, through their product by creating a really high-quality product with local ingredients.
Hosting the meal each year allows them to thank the community for supporting their business and their employees throughout the year.
Sandpoint is their home and their roots in the community go back generations, said Anderson, so this event is simply a way to say "thank you" to the town they call home.
Anderson said the event is particularly meaningful in light of all the challenges small businesses have faced over the past several years.
“We are forever indebted to this community for their support, patience and love and we are excited to show our gratitude the best way we know how — a fantastic meal with fantastic company,” Anderson said.
Burger Dock will be serving their Harvest Burger, which features a house-pressed patty, a sage-rosemary aioli, sharp white cheddar, orange-cranberry sauce and spring mix, all on a soft toasted organic bun. There will also be sweet potato fries and pumpkin pie shakes to round out the meal.
Supplies are limited, and the dine-in meal is limited to one per person at the Burger Dock's Sandpoint and Coeur d'Alene locations.