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Aug 18, 2020

The Best Potatoes in Boise, Idaho

Tessa Bishop | 18 Aug, 2020 | View Counts (1435)
A holiday practically made for us Idahoans, National Potato Day! It should come as no surprise that Idaho has the best potatoes in the world, but the real question is, where can you find them in Boise? We asked our community, and here were the top recommendations.
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Aug 05, 2020
Coffee and Supply Co. have officially opened their doors to the public. The new coffee shop in Eagle offers up local food, beverage and goods with the idea that the more local, the better!
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Jul 23, 2020
July 24th, also referred to as National Drive-Thru Day! You can’t expect us not to celebrate the convenience of staying in the comfort of our car, right? Which is why we’ve got this list of the local Boise-owned drive-thrus around town.
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Jul 20, 2020
Close to 500-acres of vineyards, 19 varietals of grapes are harvested between Sawtooth Winery and Ste. Chapelle Winery every year. With both wineries being owned by Precept Wine, Sawtooth winemaker Meredith Smith and assistant winemaker Maddy Mcgarry produce wine for the sister wineries, making for a busy upcoming harvest.
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Jul 17, 2020
Susan Tirima is a veteran when it comes to Kenyan cuisine, that is why she opened Aunty Sue’s Kitchen. What started as cooking for her daughters’ and their friends, has become a successful catering business with family-style pick-up and delivery meal options as well.
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Jul 15, 2020
Finding the perfect coffee location that includes great coffee and great food can be tough. Located on the corner of Overland Road and Five Mile, Awakenings coffee has both great coffee and food while creating an environment for everyone.
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Jul 13, 2020
Ice cream is said to be one of the coolest desserts in history, making July the perfect month to dedicate to the refreshing and creamy dessert. Below are Boise’s top five ice cream shops to celebrate National Ice Cream Month.
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Jul 02, 2020
Monday July 6th is national fried chicken day! In honor of this glorious day, check out a list of places where you treat yourself to the delicious meal.
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Jul 01, 2020
KIN has yet to open its doors, but they are still finding innovative ways to make the best of the current pandemic. Utilizing the outdoor space that was once home to the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, KIN is creating a fun way of being able to enjoy dinner and a show, at a safe distance of course.
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Jun 26, 2020
The real question is, is it doughnut or donut? According to, both are correct. If you want to get down to specifics, doughnut is the proper form of spelling the flavorful fried and rounded treat, whereas donut is a simplified written American version.
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Jun 22, 2020
Wondering where all the food trucks go on the weekends or where to find them in general? This Summer, chances are they are all dishing up food at The Switchback, located off Old Hickory Way in East Boise.
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Jun 12, 2020
It’s summer and you know what that means, outdoor dining is back! Nothing better than sitting out and enjoying sun rays, while eating delicious food, sipping on tasty drinks, and taking in the view.
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Jun 11, 2020

Top 8 Happy Hours in Boise

Totally Boise | 11 Jun, 2020 | View Counts (5084)
Like most people, ending the work week with a happy hour is one of the best ways to unwind while grabbing a bite to eat and a little something to take the edge off... all while saving a few extra dollars. Lucky for us, Boise has some of the best happy hours for all you late afternooners or you late nighters.
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Jun 05, 2020
Boise’s busiest street of restaurants has begun expanding the street to open up more patio seating for the local restaurants. Development began Thursday, June 4th. From Main Street to Idaho Street the City of Boise is opening up 8th Street to allow restaurants extra seating in support of following social distancing standards.
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May 28, 2020
With the Rebound Idaho plan moving forward with Stage Three beginning Saturday, May 30, another wave of entities are allowed to reopen their doors to the public. Included in Stage Two is outdoor pools, splash pads, water parks, bars, distilleries, wineries and breweries if specific protocols can be met.
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