The minds that first united with Camel’s Crossing – owners Scott and Caitlin McCoy and chef Christian Phernetton – have a vision for Boise’s culinary future that includes a farm-to-table concept that is do-it-yourself.
A new eatery and wine bar recently debuted in Boise’s burgeoning Linen District, and it even has a tongue-twisting Basque name, Txikiteo (pronounced chee-kee-tay-o). The people behind The Modern are its creators.
Madre, a new boutique taco restaurant, opens this weekend in the Lusk District near Boise State. While living in California, chef John Cuevas was nominated for a James Beard Award. He moved to Idaho to open the taqueria.
Big Daddy's BBQ, which operates a Meridian restaurant and the Big Daddy's Meat Wagon food truck, will debut a new Boise barbecue restaurant at 10659 W. Fairview Ave. this summer. Owners Hoss and Khaseta Grigg hope to open it by July 1.
The Goodness Land, one of the restaurants displaced by the Boise International Market fire, is still serving up Iraqi and Mediterranean cuisine at 6555 W. Overland Road in the Borah Heights Shopping Center. Chef and owner Salam Bunyan is the heart
The Wylder, which opened just down the sidewalk from Boise Brewing, is a cut above other pizza joints. It features a crispy sourdough crust with signature toppings, and is located in The Fowler, a new mixed-use apartment building in Downtown Boise