Cambie Taphouse & Coffee

The Hoagieville Drive-Up has been a staple in Missoula since the late '50s, its large covered canopy has served many Missoulians over the years. The owner who has worked this location since he was 12 was looking for a new venture to fill a niche at the intersection of several residential neighborhoods.

Reusing the existing foundation Cambie rises with a prominent sloping roofline using a restrained material palette and simple geometric forms this building develops two patio spaces that look out to Mount Sentinel, Pattee Canyon, the Rattlesnake and beyond.

The Hoagieville Drive-Up has been a staple in Missoula since the late '50s, its large covered canopy has served many Missoulians over the years. The owner who has worked this location since he was 12 was looking for a new venture to fill a niche at the intersection of several residential neighborhoods.

Reusing the existing foundation Cambie rises with a prominent sloping roofline using a restrained material palette and simple geometric forms this building develops two patio spaces that look out to Mount Sentinel, Pattee Canyon, the Rattlesnake and beyond.

The Hoagieville Drive-Up has been a staple in Missoula since the late '50s, its large covered canopy has served many Missoulians over the years. The owner who has worked this location since he was 12 was looking for a new venture to fill a niche at the intersection of several residential neighborhoods.

Reusing the existing foundation Cambie rises with a prominent sloping roofline using a restrained material palette and simple geometric forms this building develops two patio spaces that look out to Mount Sentinel, Pattee Canyon, the Rattlesnake and beyond.

The Hoagieville Drive-Up has been a staple in Missoula since the late '50s, its large covered canopy has served many Missoulians over the years. The owner who has worked this location since he was 12 was looking for a new venture to fill a niche at the intersection of several residential neighborhoods.

Reusing the existing foundation Cambie rises with a prominent sloping roofline using a restrained material palette and simple geometric forms this building develops two patio spaces that look out to Mount Sentinel, Pattee Canyon, the Rattlesnake and beyond.

The Hoagieville Drive-Up has been a staple in Missoula since the late '50s, its large covered canopy has served many Missoulians over the years. The owner who has worked this location since he was 12 was looking for a new venture to fill a niche at the intersection of several residential neighborhoods.

Reusing the existing foundation Cambie rises with a prominent sloping roofline using a restrained material palette and simple geometric forms this building develops two patio spaces that look out to Mount Sentinel, Pattee Canyon, the Rattlesnake and beyond.

The Hoagieville Drive-Up has been a staple in Missoula since the late '50s, its large covered canopy has served many Missoulians over the years. The owner who has worked this location since he was 12 was looking for a new venture to fill a niche at the intersection of several residential neighborhoods.

Reusing the existing foundation Cambie rises with a prominent sloping roofline using a restrained material palette and simple geometric forms this building develops two patio spaces that look out to Mount Sentinel, Pattee Canyon, the Rattlesnake and beyond.

The Hoagieville Drive-Up has been a staple in Missoula since the late '50s, its large covered canopy has served many Missoulians over the years. The owner who has worked this location since he was 12 was looking for a new venture to fill a niche at the intersection of several residential neighborhoods.

Reusing the existing foundation Cambie rises with a prominent sloping roofline using a restrained material palette and simple geometric forms this building develops two patio spaces that look out to Mount Sentinel, Pattee Canyon, the Rattlesnake and beyond.

AT A GLANCE
Location: Missoula, MT
Project Size: 4,500 sf
Construction Completed: February 2020