The Wylder joins the neighborhood
By Jamie Hausman
It’s safe to say the word is out: The Wylder is Boise’s most happening restaurant. On a wintery Friday night, [...]
Swirl, sniff, sip at Idaho’s premier wine festival
By Gwen Ashley Walters
Idaho winemakers, grape growers, and, most importantly, wine lovers will gather June 10 at the Idaho Botanical Garden to celebrate [...]
Breakfast in Downtown Boise
By Gwen Ashley Walters
Some argue breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Three downtown destinations make a strong case for that [...]
Not coffee, not tea, matcha finds its own niche
By Jamie Hausman
Light pours into the Simply Grove Shop from a wall of glass windows overlooking Idaho Street. The shop is fresh [...]
AJ Lopez builds her dream business
By Ellie Rodgers
Like many during the 2008 downturn, AJ Lopez found herself out of work. As a project manager for Bailey Engineering, [...]
The Mount Everest Momo Café brings the flavors of Nepal to Boise
By Ellie Rodgers | Photography by Ray J. Gadd
Raj Shrestha can attest: running a family restaurant can be challenging. First, a November 2014 fire closed his Mount Everest [...]
Valley brewers make a mark in the bustling craft beer industry
By Kate Hull | Photography by Ray J. Gadd
Idaho has positioned itself as the top barley producer in the country and the number three hops producer. These two [...]
A roundup of some favorite downtown brunch spots
By Cheryl Haas
How fortunate are we to live in Boise? Let me count the ways! And one of them is that we [...]
Epi’s Basque Restaurant—rooted in courage, conviction and faith
By Gwen Ashley Walters
In 1929, a young mother departed the Spanish Basque country bound for America with her toddler daughter in tow. Epi [...]
Downtown Boise bars sling classic cocktails with modern twists
By Gwen Ashley Walters
AMC’s 1960s-era drama series “Mad Men” (2007-2014) catapulted a return to classic cocktails, effectively ending the era of vodka-dominated drinks [...]