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Bittercreek Alehouse

Bar / Restaurant

Bittercreek Alehouse

(208) 345-1813

246 N 8th St

Boise, ID 83702

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“Outdoor seating, pleasant staff, great beer selection, great food. We loved the whole experience. Wife's Reuben sandwich/fries were delicious. They made her whisky sour with egg whites upon request and we both loved the flavor. I had fish n chips which has to be one of the top five ever. The Cole salad was as packed with mayo, it had a more of a tangy flavor, which I really enjoyed. Odell Bull Proof stout was so good even my wife liked it and she said she would order one sometime (she rarely likes even just a taste of a stout). When we visit again (or end up moving to the area) we'll be back here with friends n family. BTW I think the make their own ketchup and maybe tartar sauce = extremely good.“

5 out of 5 stars

“Such a nice space in the most popular street of downtown Boise.Love the interior. There is a closed patio as well with heaters. Great menu and beer selection. So many interesting food to try on and they use local products. We end up having burgers which tasted great. Portions are reasonable not gigantic. We had some digestion issues after the meal but it was not serious. It could be just us.I do recommend to check it out.“

4 out of 5 stars

“Was referred to Bittercreek by a friend and the food was delicious. I had the Huntsman burger which was suggested by the waitress as a must try and restaurant staple. The burger was good, was missing that special something to make truly amazing but the mean had good flavor, bacon crispy and thick and the brioche bun was above average. The main star was the side of Caesar salad, homemade everything and it showed. Truly delicious and a must try for Caesar salad fans.“

4 out of 5 stars

“Great beer selection and reasonable prices. Didn’t have to wait with a reservation. Chicken pot pie was very good. Only complaint is the heated outdoor seating wasn’t really heated; kept getting a gust of cold air every time someone opened the door.“

5 out of 5 stars

“Best thing about this restaurant was the, “Bees Knees” cocktail I had. Being an alehouse, beverage selection was good, however, the waitress was very disinterested in helping with beer selections and actually told one in my party to, “look at the menu” for herself. Rushed by waitstaff to order main course before offering appetizers or drinks. We were asked for permission to remove appetizer plate before we even had it cleared. Main course was just, “OK” and fries weren’t even warm. Dessert was a smash, highly recommend butterscotch pudding- IF I could recommend anyone actually going there- because the hostess came to our table and asked us to leave, since other diners were waiting for our table and had reservations! We also had reservations, had a combined bill of over 200 dollars. One in our party was in the restroom and I told the hostess we weren’t leaving without her to which her response was to ask if she could, “get us anything else”. I told her I have never felt so rushed to leave a restaurant from the time we first sat down. She apologized yet blamed the weather and lack of outdoor seating as the excuse that necessitated our exit. Main point, don’t visit this establishment if you want hot food, helpful waitstaff or a relaxing dinner.“

2 out of 5 stars

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