Western Collective Opens Garden City Taproom, Plans Coffee Bar and Mercantile

Starting Saturday, Dec. 15, Western Collective will start serving Idaho-roasted DOMA coffee in the mornings, then transition to pouring pints (priced at $5-$8) in the afternoons.

Can a Nonprofit Culinary School in Sun Valley Help Boost Idaho's Restaurant Industry?

The Sun Valley Culinary Institute is set to open in spring of 2019.

Reel Foods Fish Market Reopens on Vista Avenue

Reel Foods has announced it will officially reopen a fish market at its new location—1118 S. Vista Ave. in Boise—at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8.

Utah-Based Waffle Love Opens First Idaho Location in Meridian

Waffle Love offers sweet and savory Belgian liege waffles topped with everything from Nutella to sunny side up eggs.

Bringing in the Dough: Another Wave of Pizzarias Hits Boise

Keep and eye out for Firenza Pizza, Spitfire Craft Pizza & Pints and Americana Pizza.

Coffee Brews

If you want to start your day with a beer, these three are solid contenders.

Two Tastes of Trillium

Boise Weekly sent two reviewers to The Grove Hotel's new restaurant—here's what they tasted.

Bar Hopper: Drinking on Cloud Nine

Cloud 9 Brewery is your basic, laid-back brewpub, but with better lighting and fewer people—one of the perks of not being on Eighth Street is that you can actually get a table.

Bear Island Brewing Hosts Grand Opening of Old Fire Station 6 Taproom

The grand opening celebration will take place on Saturday, Nov. 24—a date that, fittingly enough, is also the brewery's four-year anniversary, and Small Business Saturday.

Boise's Happy Day Brands Donates 100,000 Oatmeal Servings to the Hungry

"Our big why—why do we do it—is because we really have a deep heart for people and we want to see people flourish."

The Anti-Black Friday: Visit Idaho Wine Country

More than a dozen Idaho wineries step up each year to offer weekend specials and tastings over Thanksgiving weekend as an alternative to the chaos of Black Friday shopping.

Empty Bowls 2018

Friday, Nov. 23, the Grove Plaza

Giving Thanks for Pinot

Since Thanksgiving is a uniquely American holiday we decided to stick with the states, and since it's a celebration, we decided to splurge a little.

Someone Else's Local: Imported Beers Star at City Center Wines Tasting

"If you go into a Fred Meyer, Safeway, the imports have been pushed out. That's just how it is."

Do You Have the Glaze? Guru Donuts Throws Donut Flavor Contest

The winner will receive a Guru gift basket, and sales proceeds will go to the winner's nonprofit of choice.

JD's Bodega, Bodega Boise and The Benchmark Bodega All Stake Claims in Boise

JD's Bodega owner Josh Davis: "There's plenty of opportunity in this town, and I think if we're all doing it the right way it can be a benefit for everyone."

Bar Hopper: Where There's Smoke, There's The Gas Lantern Drinking Co.

The smokebox finishes off several of the bar's specialty drinks with a "foggy infusion."

Saturday Markets Move to Winter Venues

Various locations through December

Downtown Staple The Piper Pub & Grill to Close Saturday, Nov. 17

The longtime downtown institution will shut its doors for good on Saturday, Nov. 17.

The Devil Came to Boise: Diablo & Sons Joins the Tacossance

Items on the taco menu range from $3.50 to $4.50.

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