Dark, cool and loud music. Staff is surprisingly perky no matter how busy. It's the perfect place to sit at the bar while the spouse entertains the kinderfolk at the table.
It’s exterior might look rickety, but Terry’s is solid in every way.
Unusual bar fare made with fresh, homemade ingredients. And Guy Fieri ate here once.
The bar is a little more upscale with dark wood/brass furnishings and eclectic photos/art on the walls that add to the high end feel, bar atmosphere is low key as the restaurant targets families.
Wash down pizza, salad and chicken with something from Pizzalchik’s selection of microbrews.
Delicious pizza, sandwiches, pasta, calzones, strombolis and beer—some 110 varieties of beer.
The Office is definitely no office. With $4.99 lunch specials everyday and NFL brunch options as low as $2.99, it almost sounds like the cheapest food stop in town, but don't that that or the name fool you. The Office is a bar. Happy hour runs seven hours a day, seven days a week with all NFL and UFC games on the tube. Drink specials and homemade soup daily. Mom would be proud—eating well and saving money. And go ahead, tell her you're at the office, she'll be even prouder thinking you're working late.
If it’s happening in the world of music, it’s happening at Neurolux. Voted best local bar in 2013.
Low prices and some seriously decent pub food bring ‘em in. The patio and games keep ‘em there.
Bartender Michael Bowers was voted Best of Boise in 2012 for good reason. His creative, artful concoctions have people even outside of Boise talking. The impeccable service and great food are newsworthy, as well.
Enjoy drag shows, karaoke and beer pong in this super-friendly gay-friendly bar.
Try American-Italian favorites like thin crust pizza, eggplant parmigiana, tortellini and cannelloni.
Something funny happened on the way to Liquid. And inside Liquid. Because it’s Boise’s comedy club.
Rocci Johnson has been rockin’ the house for years and her No. 1 goal is to make sure everyone who walks through the door has a good time.