George, the officers are NOT armed with weapons except for Pepper Spray. No one inside the walls has a weapon except for the guard towers. I really enjoy BW, but this story smacks of the Idaho Statesman style.
Okay, so what would we do if an extremist Jihad came over here and started practicing his religion (which usually involves terrorism)? We'd probably do worse than throw him in jail.
Jump over to the Friday's Idaho Statesman for some comments from one of the owners, Ms Fraser (although she is not listed as being a manager or member of the LLC). This ship is taking on water quickly.
I agree with the first posting. It is way overdue for a remodel, however, it would cost more than the place is worth to do that due to having to bring it up to city code.
Drinks are good (or were), but food overpriced and of questionable quality.
Fork's food was not very good, and now we're going to add hundreds of calories to the mix. Ever since Chek Doughty left, it's been on a steady slide down the hill.
Yep, when you get a market that touts it's a "Buy Idaho" place, but lets a guy sell hoola hoops, it's time for a change. Wonder if Kettle Korn or local bread companies will go with them?
Failure to pay one's taxes, especially a business, is a bad sign and points to potentially declining sales. Adding to that is the lack of a good glass of wine with your overpriced steak. RIP!
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