Here is something new to talk about.
Salt Lake City chicks like to come to Boise to enjoy our al fresco lifestyle and drink outside of a restaurant.
Would you like to sit in or out?" The question soon will be a no-brainer in Boise, because with warmer weather comes patio season. There's something about Boise that inspires the al fresco life.
Maybe it's the extended daylight hours (by June the sun doesn't begin to go down until after 10 p.m.), the warm breezy nights or the feeling that if you're on a patio, you could be anywhere in the world. Or maybe it's the fact that in Boise, nearly every restaurant, bar or coffeehouse with a few feet of sidewalk has a patio.
"We love this," said Kristen Maw of Salt Lake City, sitting on the patio at the Falcon Tavern in Downtown Boise last Saturday. "That's why we come here, to ride bikes and eat outside." Maw and Lacey Cluff, both 30, were visiting for a girls' weekend with their Boise friend Andrea Hemmer, also 30.
Read more: http://www.idahostatesman.com/2010/0...#ixzz0oZdwe9kW
Another new restaurant downtown. For some reason a Northwest Tex-Mex restaurant has a strange ring to it.......
Matador Restaurant and Tequila Bar will take over the spaces formerly occupied by Opa and Mesa Taqueria, 215 and 213 N. 8th St. The spaces were combined to accommodate Matador. It's a family-owned restaurant out of Washington with locations in Seattle, Tacoma and Redmond, and in Portland, Ore.
They serve up creative Tex-Mex fusion. Look for items like blackened ahi and green apple slaw and chipotle baby back ribs - plus a tequila bar. www.matadorrestaurants.com.
Read more: http://www.idahostatesman.com/2010/0...#ixzz0oZeVnqRg
Starfucker is performing tonight at Neurolux