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Some of our and our customers favorite dining options in Boise.

A Guide to Boise, Idaho's local dining scene.

The capital and largest city of Idaho, Boise offers all sorts of culinary and nightlife options. From their ethnic dining choices to their homestyle diners, Boise offers a little of everything when it comes to fine dining.

Bardenay Restaurant & Distillery

610 W Grove St
Boise, ID 83702

The ambiance in this place is excellent. Whether outside on the patio or at a seat up at the bar, the decor is certainly rustic and inviting. For a great breakfast food choice, go with the Boise Basque Scramble, a heaping plate of seasoned redskin potatoes, toast and a healthy serving fruit. However, there’s something for everybody here. With a dessert menu, an entree menu and their signature satay dishes, you will not be leaving this place hungry.

Casa Blanca Cuban Grill

5506 W Overland Rd
Boise, ID 83705

While Boise is no stranger to Mexican joints, it isn’t too often that you come across a great Cuban restaurant like Casa Blanca. While their dinner menu is excellent, with options like a braised pork asado and tons of shrimp dishes, Casa Blanca really shines at dessert. Their flan de leche is so soft and creamy it literally melts in your mouth. Any of their desserts with plantains are cooked to perfection, especially the Tostones Con Mojo.

Goldy’s Breakfast Bistro

108 S Capitol Blvd
Boise, ID 83702

Closing at 2pm on the weekdays, Goldy’s seriously specializes in breakfast. Crowd favorites here are their breakfast burritos (big enough you can take the other half home) and their Eggs Benedict. The coffee is amazing too, even the best in Boise according to some. The ambiance is what you’d expect from a breakfast place, bright, welcoming and home to a helpful waitstaff.

Bar Gernika

202 S Capitol Blvd
Boise, ID 83702

Specializing in Basque food, Bar Gernika is a hidden gem in Boise. Their sandwiches are great, especially the Solomo, perfectly marinated pork loin with pimentos on a crunchy French bun. Another must-try is their lamb grinder with croquetas, the Basque version of a fried mashed potato ball. The ambiance here is definitely old-fashioned, from the brick interior to the tables and chairs and the friendly waitstaff