Incoming Eats: New Restaurants are Coming Soon to Downtown Boise 

The restaurant industry is notoriously volatile; according to a 2014 study based on Bureau of Labor Statistics data, about 17 percent of full-service restaurants close in their first year, and the combination of exploding population and constant construction in Boise seems to shuffle them a whole lot more. Luckily, restaurant closures often also bring restaurant openings, filling the spaces left behind. Check out the list below for what's coming to a street near you.

Lemon Tree Co.
What:
Artisan sandwiches with vegetarian and vegan emphasis
Where: 224 N. 10th St., replacing Bleubird
When: March

Txikiteo
What:
Basque-inspired tapas, coffee and wine
Where: 1401 W. Idaho St., in the Watercooler Building
When: March

Donut Daze
What:
Southern-inspired donuts and fried chicken
Where: 160 N. Eighth St., replacing Pamper Nails & Spa
When: March

The Funky Taco
What:
Eclectic fusion tacos with international inspiration
Where: 201 N. Eighth St., replacing Mongolian Bar and Grill
When: April, March soft openings

Bru
What:
Quick-fired pizzas and self-pour beers
Where: 132 N. Eighth St., replacing Jamba Juice
When: April

Diablo & Sons
What:
Tacos on fresh-made tortillas backed up by a full bar
Where: 246 N. Eighth St., replacing Pollo Rey
When: April

Jekyll & Hyde
What:
Bagel sandwiches: classy by day, greasy by night
Where: 746 W. Main St., replacing Pita Pit
When: TBA


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