My town

Idaho tends to get a bad rap. Perhaps it’s the fact we’re “famous” for potatoes; perhaps it’s Napoleon Dynamite‘s fault.

In reality, there’s quite a lot to love. As a matter of fact, I like to think Boise is a lot like me: not well known, but full of character. So whether you’re new to the area, visiting, or just looking for something you might have missed, welcome to my town!

Upcoming events …

Please note, this list in no way encompasses all the goings-on in Boise and the surrounding area. Rather, being my blog and all, I listed those most dear to my heart–most {though not all} offer FREE admission, good photo ops, and a whole lot of fun! Check individual links for complete details . . . 

 

2015

::Ongoing

1st Thursday of every month, First Thursday {downtown Boise, 5:00 to 9:00 p.m.} | shop, view art, enjoy entertainment

::Special events

Coming Soon!

 

Links:

Boise is blessed with restaurants and cafes, arts and entertainment, coffeehouses and pubs that are uniquely ours. Of course, being of the smallish sort, Boise boasts many a restaurant popping up–and closing its doors. That said, a definitive list this is not. These are simply a few of my favorites. They’ve been around for awhile; hopefully, they’ll be around a lot longer …

Bar Gernika | Basque food {I never seem to stray from their BLT & house red}

Berryhill & Co. | food & catering {might I suggest their fig-feta grilled cheese with tomato basil soup}

Bittercreek Ale House | food {most notably “beer and grub”}

Casanova Pizzeria | neo-Neapolitan style pizza {perfect if you’re looking for a little something different}

Flying M Coffee House | coffee

Goldy’s Breakfast Bistro | breakfast {their Fresh Mushroom Frittata is so good, it brings a tear to my eye}

Guido’s Pizzeria | New York Style pizza

Idaho Candy Co.| candy, oddly enough {Idaho Spud bar, anyone?}

Idaho Shakespeare Festival | outdoor theatre

The Record Exchange | coffee, music, and shenanigans

Rediscovered Books | books