Cherry wood highlights the decor of this northern Italian restaurant, located in the lobby of the Grove Hotel. Perfect for diners attending events at the QWest Arena or other nightlife offerings, the restaurant features rainbow trout encrusted with pine nuts or Pollo Alla Cacciatore. It offers a large wine and beer list and a complete bar. If you still have room, try one of the homemade waffle cones with ice cream or a hot berry cobbler. Service is prompt and polite, including a valet service. Impressed diners should return for an equally delectable breakfast or lunch.
Customers perch on bar stools and the conversation is always flowing at this downtown nightspot open since 1996. The large windows at Bittercreek Alehouse are perfect for people watching. With about 21 different Northwest micro-brews, the pub has become a favorite hangout. The food is original and inventive with appetizers such as polenta fries, halloumi with jam and poutine, which is a popular Canadian dish with gravy, fries and cheese curds. Their beignet and butterscotch dessert is also worth a try!
Wood tables, brass fixtures, and a staring deer head create a testosterone-charged experience at this riverside restaurant. Televised sporting events add to the atmosphere. Claiming to have Boise's tallest bar, the pub boasts a wide variety of microbrews, including Buttface Amber Ale and Total Disorder Porter. Originality continues in the dining room with dishes ranging from Armadillo Eggs to Bourbon Blackjack Burgers. The outdoor patio provides views of the Boise River and Boise River Greenbelt
This greasy spoon is one of downtown's hot spots for breakfast and lunch and offers the standard high-cholesterol fare: burgers, French fries, three-egg omelets. The cafe is also the home of "World Famous Milkshakes," which come in banana, strawberry, coffee, marshmallow and more, won't be found in the city of Boise. Although the shakes have decreased in size, a small still runs about 16 ounces. For delicious heart-stopping food, try this eatery.
1109 Main Street Owyhee Plaza Hotel Boise, ID 83702
Recalling its 1910 roots, this restaurant serves contemporary cuisine beneath soaring ceilings. Located in the historic Owyhee Plaza Hotel, diners can enjoy the turn-of-the-century architecture throughout the restaurant. Serving a variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner entrees, this family restaurant is particularly well-known for its Sunday brunch.
1109 Main Street Owyhee Plaza Hotel Boise, ID 83702
Located in the historic Owyhee Plaza Hotel, the Gamekeeper Restaurant & Lounge serves international specialties with grace and style. Chandeliers cast light on colorful paintings, while waiters prepare tableside delicacies such as Steak Diane, pepper steak filet and Shrimp Scampi. The Lounge sets the perfect atmosphere for intimate conversation. Nightly live music completes the sophisticated package. A popular space for private events.
If people-watching and sipping wine is your thing, then look no further. Conveniently located at the corner of busy Eighth and Idaho streets, this wine bar offers appetizers, desserts and, of course, many varieties of wine by the glass or bottle. Big picture windows look out to the street where people stroll along at all hours of the day. Inside, the atmosphere is cozy with comfortable bar and bistro-style tables. Lunches consist of sandwiches and salads. Appetizers and dinner menus change frequently. Grape Escape is also a popular place for weekend brunch.
From the white linen to the floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, this downtown restaurant promises an exceptional dining experience. Delivering elegant yet comfortable furnishings, Cottonwood Grille offers a menu specializing in contemporary American dishes. Fresh Idaho trout and prime beef are among the specialties. The lunch menu includes delicacies such as chilled smoked Idaho trout Ffilet and an assortment of soups, salads, sandwiches and pastas, including rigatoni with fresh sausage. Begin your dinner with an appetizer such as spicy marinated eggplant or Ssteamers. Dining is also available on the outdoor, tree-lined terrace. A full wine menu is available.
This arty cafe blends arts and crafts from local, regional and national artists with espresso, coffee, pastries and sandwiches. Light meals are the specialty here. Hand-crafted sandwiches and soups are lunch favorites, while the pastries and espresso drinks lure diners in throughout the day. Casual and laid back, the friendly cafe tempts customers to lounge outside or near the door to watch passersby. The relaxed atmosphere makes it a favorite hangout for local writers and bookworms.
This airy beerhouse creates its own handcrafted beers and ales. A superb grill, providing tasty pub food is available, and children are welcome to watch the beers being made on site. For appetizers, try the Killer Bread - sourdough bread broiled with a "killer" topping of garlic, basil, parmesan, mayonnaise and black olives. Pub sandwiches include the TableRock Club - turkey, bacon, and roasted red peppers with tomato, lettuce, onion, topped with mayonnaise and served on toasted sourdough. Dinner specials include the Black Forest Pork Tenderloin, Seafood Jambalaya, and Smoked Chicken.
Located just few miles from Boise's major businesses, this all
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Dating back to 1910, this beautiful hotel is a popular
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Serving a generous helping of Idaho hospitality and steak and
potatoes cuisine, this wood paneled mainstay opened its doors in 1959. While trendy eateries have moved into Boise, this restaurant has kept to its roots. Diners will find Western ...