Category Archives: Boise

Dining Bucket List: BBQ4LIFE

  Photo: Stephanie Forrer When we heard about BBQ4LIFE on Vista in Boise we were intrigued by the cuisine. The obvious question was, “How can BBQ and vegan cuisine co-exist and why?” We learned that the answer is all about pleasing everyone in the family, which is truly appreciated. Using recipes from family members, BBQ4LIFE…
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Your Winter 2016 Edition of the Boise Where To Eat Guide is Here!

Where To Eat Guide & Associates is pleased to announce the Winter 2016  issue of the Where To Eat Guide in Boise, available now at top Boise hotels, Hampton Inn & Suites Boise - Downtown, The Grove Hotel, The Modern Hotel and Bar and the Red Lion Boise Downtowner. This issue of the Where To…
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Valentine’s Day Deliciousness in Boise

It’s that time of year when love is in the air. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and lucky for us that also means special menus and spectacular sweets at many of our favorite restaurants. Here’s a list of some of the extra yummy things happening around Boise for the romantic occasion. Bodovino Bodovino…
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Where to Eat Pizza in Boise

We love to eat all types of pizza, and we have found some tasty ones to recommend in the Treasure Valley. Both Flatbread Neapolitan Pizzeria and Grimaldi’s Coal Brick Oven Pizzeria serve varieties well worth partaking of!

Flatbread Neapolitan Pizzeria’s signature is D.O.C Neapolitan which has a Naples, Italy, pedigree. If it is your first time, a great choice is Quattro Stagioni (Four Seasons)--four quadrants, each with different toppings including Fior di Latte, San Marzano Pomdoro, Creminelli Prosciutto Crudo (which was our favorite) and Calabrese, Fresh Basil, Herbed Portobello Mushrooms, Fresh Parmesan. Flatbread also serves appetizers, soups, sandwiches, flatbreads, pastas, “Craft Your Own Pizzas” and desserts. Appetizer specials as well as two-for-one cocktails, beer and wine and lunch specials are available during Happy Hour.

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Idaho Gains New Viticultural Designation

Wine Growing Region Near Boise Identified for its Soil, Climate Eagle, Idaho – The Idaho wine community gained an important new designation with the approval of the Eagle Foothills American Viticultural Area (AVA). An AVA is a federally designated wine grape-growing region distinguishable by distinct geographic features such as climate, soil, elevation and physical features.…
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