Angie's on Bank Street

hot gourmet subs, salads, take & bake pizza, ice cream, fudge

in historic Wallace Idaho

This business is now closed.

Angie's on Bank Street (208) 556-XXXX
  • 17 unique hot gourmet sub sandwiches
  • custom order ready-to-bake pizza
    • choice of 12 toppings
    • 12" or 15" herb butter crust
  • three varieties of ready-to-bake lasagna
  • fresh salads made to order
  • huckleberry and other ice creams
  • wide variety of fudge specialties
Angie's on Bank Street

Established in 1983 as EJ's Ready to Bake Pizza, this busy Bank Street business continues to be known for its take-and-bake pizza, huckleberry ice cream, and delicious fudge, but it is now also gaining a local following for Angie's unique gourmet subs and her take-and-bake lasagna.

Locals: call her at (208) 556-XXXX to order your lunch or dinner.

Tourists: try some and you will want to take a tin home filled with Angie's homemade fudge to delight your friends.

Angie's on Bank Street

Best Hot Fudge Sundae you have ever had!


Always Serving Homemade Goodness!

This store front may look familiar if you have seen the 1997 natural disaster movie "Dante's Peak" starring Pierce Brosnan and Linda Hamilton. The stuff in the street in front of EJ's is not dirt, but fake volcanic ash from the movie. Joanie Taylor and Greg Marsh operated the ParlorHouse CyberCafe next to EJ's during the summer of 1996, when up to 300 folks from Universal Studios were in town from April thru September.
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Wallace, population 784, is located in the foothills of the Bitterroot Mountain Range. The area is a four season recreation paradise for those who enjoy hiking, biking, alpine and Nordic skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, ATV'ing, hunting, fishing and photography.

The town was incorporated in 1884 and the entire downtown is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The town has three museums, a mine tour, a melodrama, and many interesting shops to lure tourists off Interstate 90, which overpasses the town. Spokane, Washington, is located 70 miles to the west, past the lake town of Coeur d'Alene. Missoula, Montana, lies 119 miles to the east on I-90.

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