Basque Museum 22nd-Annual Winefest

5:30-9 p.m. $45-$55. Basque Museum and Cultural Center, 611 Grove St., Boise

Alternative Spread

Toasted is a tiny act of vegan artistry

Ada Soil & Water to Hold Farm Tours

“We’ve asked the farmers to really show what they’re most proud of and what they achieve on their farms. The farmers’ true love of farming is really going to show through.”

Barbacoa

Give the happy hour a gander, you likely won't be disappointed

Just Like Home

A Cafe is a refreshing addition to Boise's food scene

Summer Red Makes Me Feel Fine

Three red wines that jive with summer heat

Boise's Genki Takoyaki Dreams of Osaka Nights

Genki Takoyaki owner Rhett Atagi hosted "Japanese Summer Nights," a pop-up dinner that served as an ode to his former home, Osaki, Japan, and its summer festival food.

Rhett Dreams of Takoyaki

Pop-up Japanese dinner at Tasso pays homage to summer festival food

Cider Sipper: Cedar Draw Cider

A sampling of what Cedar Draw has to offer

A Holiday for One and All: National French Fry Day Comes to Boise

If Idaho has a patron crop, it's potatoes, and the greatest thing you can do with a potato is about to get its day.

An Experience, Not an Image, at Boise's Newest Watering Hole

At Water Bear Bar, a bespectacled coyote watches while you drink, and that's a good thing

Riesling: Drinking it Dry

Three German wines that sip perfectly on hot summer days

At Water Bear Bar, The Charm is All Around and The Quirky is in the Details

Old fashioneds of the day, raw oysters and a glasses-wearing taxidermy coyote set the scene for Water Bear Bar, downtown Boise's newest watering hole.

Herding Foodies

Mai Thai chef spotlights local lamb at Boise's first James Beard Foundation Dinner

Beerguzzler: Celebrating America

Beer was an integral part of our colonial past, so it seems appropriate to break out a few brews with names that in some way celebrate America.

Bar Hopper: Payette Brewing

The aptly named North Fork and Fly Line Lagers just beg to be go-to river beers.

Boise Co-op Unveils Eco-Friendly, In-Store Coffee Roaster

Co-op staff are already roasting the beans, which sell for $12.99 for 12 ounces in the coffee aisle, and the North End grocer is working on a plan to place bags of green beans under the Co-op label on its shelves that people can roast themselves using the Bellwether.

Thought for Food: What Do You Consider to be 'Fresh?'

The marketing and "value systems" that determine what goes in our grocery carts
"It's a great time to be a shopper. We have more options than we ever did before."

Drink the Pink

Three roses for the summer months
They have a way with rose in the south of France. Here are three that beg to be enjoyed well-chilled on a warm summer afternoon.

Slideshow: The Boise Ice Cream Festival Grand Tasting Was Worth the Brain Freeze

At the Grand Tasting, vendors both national and local went head to head, scooping samples to kids and adults alike.

Archives


Top Viewed Stories

  • Alternative Spread

    Alternative Spread

    Toasted is a tiny act of vegan artistry
    • Aug 7, 2019
  • Basque Museum 22nd-Annual Winefest

    Basque Museum 22nd-Annual Winefest

    5:30-9 p.m. $45-$55. Basque Museum and Cultural Center, 611 Grove St., Boise
    • Aug 14, 2019
  • Just Like Home

    Just Like Home

    A Cafe is a refreshing addition to Boise's food scene
    • Jul 31, 2019
  • Barbacoa

    Barbacoa

    Give the happy hour a gander, you likely won't be disappointed
    • Aug 7, 2019
  • More »

© 2019 Boise Weekly

Website powered by Foundation