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  • Two sides of Pollo Rey: Restaurant and live music venue

    David Roberts, brand manager (and "beer guy") for Bittercreek Alehouse, Red Feather Lounge and Pollo Rey in Boise, talks about Pollo Rey's new split personality. The restaurant, which will close Aug. 7, is the new pop-up music venue for B-AMP (Boise All-ages Movement Project).

David Roberts, brand manager (and "beer guy") for Bittercreek Alehouse, Red Feather Lounge and Pollo Rey in Boise, talks about Pollo Rey's new split personality. The restaurant, which will close Aug. 7, is the new pop-up music venue for B-AMP (Boise All-ages Movement Project). Video Michael Deeds / Photos Michael Cullen mdeeds@idahostatesman.com
David Roberts, brand manager (and "beer guy") for Bittercreek Alehouse, Red Feather Lounge and Pollo Rey in Boise, talks about Pollo Rey's new split personality. The restaurant, which will close Aug. 7, is the new pop-up music venue for B-AMP (Boise All-ages Movement Project). Video Michael Deeds / Photos Michael Cullen mdeeds@idahostatesman.com
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