A highlight on international cuisine
By Emilee Mae Struss
If you spend any time in Downtown Boise, chances are you’ve seen Meredith Stead, dressed in high heels and business [...]
Fiddler’s Green Farm Grows in Dry Creek
By Jamie Hausman
Drive northwest of downtown Boise for 10 minutes, where the road winds through the foothills and farmland. Pass cattle in [...]
Sour beers find a home in the Treasure Valley
By Zach Kyle
Local breweries are producing more sour beers than ever before. Beer drinkers who stuck to their favorite IPA or pale [...]
Diablo & Sons adds local spice to downtown
By Ellie Rodgers | Photography by Ray J. Gadd
As Boise booms and gets hipper by the day, it’s still a little Old West around the edges. Sheepherders move [...]
Petite 4 - a European bistro with a touch of whimsy
By Ellie Rodgers | Photography by Todd Meier
Last January, the beloved Bleubird closed, leaving downtown Boise’s lunch crowd in mourning. But owners Sarah and Dave Kelly had [...]
Donut Daze brings a unique menu to downtown Boise
By Torrie Cope | Photography by Ray J. Gadd
  Breakfast, lunch, dinner and even an extra-late-night bite are all covered in one place thanks to the unexpected menu [...]
Meriwether Cider opens downtown cider house, a first for Idaho
By Jamie Hausman
In some ways, Meriwether Cider’s history stretches much further back than the two years they’ve been in business. The Leadbetter [...]
Latin-inspired eateries open in downtown Boise
By Jamie Hausman
The people behind Boise’s four new taco restaurants are anything but restaurant novices. They include a James Beard award semi-finalist, [...]
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 [...]