There are TONS of great restaurants in Boise, and our concise guide can help you choose the best, as well as where to eat when.
Our on-site restaurant at Hotel 43 is a favorite for Boise locals, visitors, and hotel guests alike. Famous for its award-winning seafood and Kobe-style steaks, Chandlers Steakhouse is also home to a magnificent Martini Bar. Graced nightly with live jazz music, be sure to try the super-chilled, masterfully mixed Ten-Minute Martini by house mixologist, Pat Carden. As for the food, Chef Luis Flores prepares succulent global delicacies daily, featuring only the freshest local produce, corn-fed beef, and freshly caught seafood. As a result, Chandlers has been the recipient of numerous awards over the years, none we treasure more than being a local favorite.
Also located in Hotel 43, Metro Café offers a quiet place to start your day, with coffee, espresso, and a wide array of breakfast staples, including eggs, bacon, fresh fruit, house-made granola, oatmeal, bagels and croissants. Room service delivery is also available.
Known city-wide for its inspired décor and tableside guacamole preparation, Barbacoa (276 Bobwhite Ct.) brings an unforgettable taste of Mexico to Boise. Not only does Chef Enrique Martinez instill every dish with his heritage, he crafts new riffs on old favorites based on what’s seasonal and fresh.
Another great option is Fork (199 N. 8th Street), a restaurant dedicated to all things Northwestern. Working nearly entirely with regional farmers, ranchers, bakers, and brewers, everything here is local, from the meat to the whiskey and beer.
If you like sushi, it doesn’t get any better than this. Fresh and creative, Fujiyama (283 N Milwaukee St.) has been voted “Best Raw Food” and "Best Sushi" in Boise for years running.
Set along the scenic Boise River, and featuring an expansive patio for outdoor dining, the Cottonwood Grille has created a dedicated following who enjoy fresh seafood, Double R Ranch premium Northwest beef and local game in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere.