Category Archives: Restaurants

Capitol Cellars: June Restaurant of the Month

        A hidden gem in the Treasure Valley, Capitol Cellars, holds true to their commitment to local cuisine. Located in the historical Belgravia Building in downtown Boise, Executive Chef Dave Shipley takes pride in creating local, homemade meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner, six days a week. The restaurant has a unique and […]

The Griddle: May Restaurant of the Month

The Griddle, our May Restaurant of the Month, is rich in local ingredients and history. With over fifty years of experience in the restaurant biz, the Aboud family takes pride in making delicious, house-made recipes and creating a spirit of hospitality for everyone to enjoy. The Griddle owner, David Aboud, offers patrons diner-style fare with a gourmet twist […]

March Restaurant of the Month: Flatbread

Flatbread Neapolitan Pizzeria gives the phrase,“locally sourced ingredients” a new meaning. Working directly with Idaho farmers, this fine establishment uses all local tomatoes during the fresh tomato season to keep as much Idaho product in their menu as possible. Not only are the tomatoes local, they also use Idaho-grown flour in their pizza crust, fresh […]

January Restaurant of the Month: Angell’s

Angell’s Bar and Grill Renato is a local, family owned and managed restaurant in downtown Boise. Established in 1981, Angell’s boasts a stylish and contemporary dining atmosphere while serving a sophisticated selection of current trends, seasonal ingredients and regional flavors of the Pacific Northwest. Angell’s offers a nice local selection throughout their menu including Double R Ranch […]

December Restaurant of the Month: DiLuna’s

Looking for a special holiday meal at a restaurant that serves local, homemade food? Well look no further than DiLuna’s Neighborhood Bistro in Sandpoint. DiLuna’s offers a blend of regional cuisines from around the world made with fresh, locally produced ingredients. For breakfast, try the amazing Three Sisters Skillet – their twist on a traditional vegetarian […]

November Restaurant of the Month: Bittercreek/Red Feather

Our November Restaurant of the month is a local tag team – Bittercreek Alehouse and Red Feather Lounge in Boise serve up a one-two punch of Idaho goodness in both solid and liquid form. These Boise favorites are located off of the biker-friendly 8th Street downtown. Although together, each restaurant creates a unique experience on […]

October Restaurant of the Month: Jaker’s – Twin Falls

Jaker’s in Twin Falls is the Idaho Preferred® October Restaurant of the Month! Their American-style menu features an abundance of local fare whether you visit for lunch, dinner or happy hour. Salad bar lovers rejoice, Jaker’s has a famous self-serve buffet consisting of several salads including caesar, tossed, spinach, pasta, potato, house slaw and multiple […]

September Restaurant of the Month: Juniper

With the mantra, “locally imagined, seasonally inspired, classically crafted,” Juniper begins everything with fresh ingredients. Working closely with the local farmers, growers and purveyors Chef Aaron Wermerskirchen knows how to source local products with integrity, flavor and soul. The menu he creates is bursting with straightforward and honest local flavors sure to please the simplest […]

August Restaurant of the Month: Scratch

The local, “wicked recipes” speak for themselves at Scratch, our August Idaho Preferred® Restaurant of the Month! Nestled right outside Grand Teton National Park in Victor, Idaho, this cozy, red house restaurant off of Idaho 31 serves a home-style menu using local, seasonal ingredients whenever possible. As the name implies, each meal is made from […]

July Restaurant of the Month: Rupert’s at Hotel McCall

                Local is the word at Rupert’s at Hotel McCall. Chef Gary Kucy loves to create his cuisine using honest, quality, regional resources whenever possible. The delectably diverse menu offers fresh, clean foods with a focus on flavors of the Southwest, Asia and the Mediterranean. Rupert’s is located […]