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New Hotels and Restaurants Springing Up in Boise

New Hotel and Restaurant Openings in Boise

A wave of new boutique hotels and innovative restaurants solidify Boise’s reputation as a buzz-worthy travel and culinary destination that is guaranteed to make your next visit even more memorable. 

New Downtown Hotels:

  • The Avery Hotel + Brasserie – Located in an impeccably restored historic building, along with a restaurant, gastropub and bar operated by acclaimed Michelin star chef Cal Elliott. 
  • The Sparrow – Opening April 2024, find custom infographic-style artwork, a coffeehouse in the lobby, outdoor seating, and a permanent food truck for guests and the public. 
  • Hotel RenegadeOpening May 2024, the hotel features Boise’s first supper club, a hip rooftop bar and a street-level coffee shop. 

New Restaurants:

  • The Warehouse Food Hall – Foy’s Franks and Poppy Seed Bakery & Café will join the popular downtown dining hub this summer.
  • Percy – Upscale American cuisine in a refined yet approachable environment.
  • Tavolàta – Adds to the city’s fresh pasta offerings.
  • Parcero Wine Bar – Wines by the glass, wine flights, over 200 bottles, a selection of beers, and small bites. 
  • Saltbrush – The seasonal, rotating menu will feature globally-inspired dishes.
  • White Rabbit – Shared plates and a la carte fare based on seasonal and local ingredients. 

April is Idaho Craft Beer Month

As the number one barley producer and number two hops producer in the country, it makes sense that Idaho is a beer lover’s paradise. Idaho has one of the fastest-growing craft beer industries in the U.S. and downtown Boise is home to several breweries and taprooms, most within walking distance of each other. So while you’re here, take your pick of local taprooms and discover a new favorite drink. 

Ways to support Idaho Craft Beer Month:

  1. Visit a local brewery.
  2. If the weather is nice, ride your bike or walk. 
  3. Sample a new Idaho beer, including new releases from local breweries. 
  4. Introduce a friend to your favorite Idaho beer.
  5. Go to an event based around Idaho craft beer.
  6. Ask for an Idaho beer when dining out.
  7. Fill up a growler of Idaho beer at a filling station or brewery.
  8. Stop by the Boise Metro Chamber Gift Shop | Visit Boise Information Center and buy from a selection of Idaho craft beer. 

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