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Downtown Boise Restaurant Week

The Downtown Boise Association’s annual Restaurant Week(end to Weekend) is upon us! Dine Out Downtown Boise, October 31 – November 9, is a the perfect time to try out new spots or old favorites and see what their chefs have to offer at a reduced price. Choose your favorite participating restaurant or somewhere new throughout […]

Byway Bites: Foodie Stops Along the Snake River Canyon Scenic Byway

  Begin your beautiful drive of the Snake River Canyon Scenic Byway with a tummy full and ready for the day! Whether for breakfast or lunch, The Orchard House provides food made from scratch. The chef is “hand cracking” each egg and utilizing as much locally sourced product as possible. In fact being located on […]

Eat Local and Celebrate the Bounty of Idaho!

September welcomes a Super Harvest Moon, tomato tailgate parties, Farm to Fork feasts and beverage events around the gem state. Eat local and celebrate Idaho’s bounty!   Here are several food-related events to add to your Fall Harvest calendar.  Eat, drink and be merry! September 4: Uncorked in the Garden, Idaho Botanical Garden, Boise   September […]

Idaho is Ideal for the Foodie who Seeks an Authentic Culinary Travel Experience with Breathtaking Scenery

Harvest Idaho – One Bite at a Time We know that people think of potatoes when they think of Idaho and some Idaho farmers do grow the nation’s best potatoes. However, did you know that the state’s fertile soil and moderate climate yield an abundant harvest of fruits, meats, fish, cheeses and libations throughout the […]

Byway Bites: Foodie Stops Along the Western Heritage Scenic Byway

To drive the Western Heritage Historic Byway is to experience “wild” Idaho. Museums, birds of prey, ancient sites, and mining towns along with the rugged outdoors invite travelers to create their own unique Idaho frontier adventure. The Birds of Prey National Conservation area is well worth a visit. It is the home to the largest […]

Northern Idaho – Birthplace of Idaho Wines

June is Idaho Wine Month, and what better way to celebrate than visiting the birthplace of Idaho wines? A tour of northern Idaho wineries begins in Lewiston and continues north to Sandpoint, showcasing the wine variety available in our state. Start your trip in Lewiston, where Idaho’s wine industry began in the 1860’s and flourished […]

Byway Bites: Foodie Stops Along Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway

The Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway starts in Boise. It follows Idaho 21 north to the historic mining town of Idaho City, where you can still pan for gold in a nearby stream bed. You will proceed to Banner Summit, one of Idaho’s highest at 7,056 feet and then begin a descent into the town of […]

American Craft Beer Week Roadtrip to Fine Ales and Epic Recreation

You’ll begin your Mountain Craft Beer Trail tour in Boise—Idaho’s capital city. Urban comforts rest seamlessly against hundreds of miles of single track mountain bike and hiking trails in the Boise Foothills—the Treasure Valley’s buffer from the Rocky Mountains. Bisected by the peaceful waters of the Boise River, the Treasure Valley is the perfect starting […]

Four Recipes Guaranteed to Turn Your Backyard Barbecue into a Backcountry Feast

May is National Barbecue Month. Warm weather and longer days make this a great time to scrape off the grates and fire up the grill.  For a twist on the traditional, try these tried and true recipes that have filled the hungry bellies of Idaho river rafters, anglers and backcountry adventurers for years. They are […]

Byway Bites: Foodie Stops along the Sawtooth Scenic Byway

The Sawtooth Scenic Byway begins in Shoshone and ends in Stanley passing through the beautiful Wood River Valley and over the Galena Summit.  You will travel through several resort towns including Hailey, Ketchum, and Sun Valley. Plan on stopping at CK’s in Hailey for a truly unique culinary experience.  Owner and Chef Chris Kastner (CK) […]