P.F. Chang's China Bistro is a huge chain of Chinese restaurants all over the US. Though the cuisine is traditional Chinese, the food here is done in an American-style. Whatever the reason for the innovation, one can be sure of enjoying the hearty Mandrin Chinese fare. The full bar includes a range of wines. Diners at this location can catch a glimpse of the capable chefs in action through the open kitchen window. P.F. Chang's is known for using the freshest ingredients and condiments to create a mix of flavors that will delight your taste buds.
Twin Dragon is the place to go in Boise for authentic Chinese food. Though the wait after you order can be long and the interior is not much to look at, the food is definitely worth it. The place is also great for a late-night dinner. Don't forget to bring cash since credit cards are not accepted.
This buffet certainly leaves you spoiled for choice with six tables crammed with hot and fresh food. Take your pick from fresh crab legs, salmon-seaweed wrapped in sushi rice, mussels, chicken (cooked in every style), American salads, duck, fruit and more. And then there's the dessert bar. Blue Bunny ice cream, Chinese cookies, cakes and rolls are a few of the options. Great for families or groups.
With it's patio and live music events, it's no wonder this stylish lounge is popular with locals for happy hour and after-work drinks. It is also known for it's delicious weekend brunch. Entrees include the pan seared Hagerman sturgeon and the mac and three local cheese. Or just relax with one of the many cocktails. The adjoining pub, Bittercreek Alehouse, is also very popular and boasts classic Northwest cuisine and an extensive beer list.
The first thing you notice about this small deli is its upside-down sign. That is exactly the reaction the owner wanted. The sign has brought him a loyal Boise following. Specializing in generous sandwiches, the deli takes orders in-person or by e-mail, fax or phone. With original names like When Pigs Fly and Righteous Reuben, the sandwiches are fresh and offer a tasty combination of ingredients. Pilgrim's Pride, for example, combines turkey breast with cranberries and cream cheese. Side orders include coleslaw and soup. Be sure to save room for dessert and drinks. Deli George also specializes in catering services. Delivery available.
For fresh bagels and coffee in downtown Boise, look no further than Alia's Coffee House. Bagel combinations at this local favorite include sundried tomato with pesto and cheddar, and orange cranberry. Traditionalists can enjoy a plain or egg bagel. There are also sandwiches, soups, and salads packed with fresh ingredients. The egg sandwiches are popular for breakfast, and the hot chocolate and coffee is available all day.
Shiny, dark brown wood dominates the interior of this restaurant, while a long, attractive bar gives it an old-fashioned feel. An equally impressive menu offers everything from steaks to salads. Diners can select dishes such as Potato Crusted Halibut, Alder Roasted Salmon, Whiskey Chicken, and the Hunter Style Tuscan Meatloaf. Salads include Chicken Stacked Caesar and Murphy's Shrimp Louie. Wine and beer are also available.
Offering Idaho's famous steak and potatoes, this homey wood-trimmed eatery provides tasty vittles for people who aren't afraid of red meat. Finger steaks, pork chops and rib-eye steaks top the menu. Diners can also select from shrimp, chicken dishes and hearty sandwiches. The potatoes come in a variety of forms, including French fries and mashed potatoes with a rich gravy. Plants accent the pleasant interior, but it's the choice cuts of beef that keep bringing the customers in.
Old-fashioned breakfasts don't get much better than this. This friendly cafe serves favorites with a dash of originality. Featuring big omelets and egg dishes, it has gained a reputation as one of the best breakfast joints in Boise. Diners can select from berry waffles and pancakes or stick with traditional biscuits and gravy. Lunch favorites include homemade soup, ranging from healthy vegetable to rich and creamy selections, and old standards like meat loaf and burgers.
For a small escape from downtown's hustle-and-bustle, visit this fun spot. Swallow some succulent steamers from the East Coast, chew on a finger steak and grab your favorite drink. If you get bored, try your luck at the horseshoe pits in the beer garden, football, pool, arcade games or darts. The Dutch Goose makes great drinks too.
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