Easter Sunday Brunch for Two, Four or Six at The Boise Hotel & Conference Center (Up to 52% Off)

Boise

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In a Nutshell

The buffet-style spread features a carving station, custom omelets, and dishes from roasted pork to chocolate-bacon potato chips

The Fine Print

Expires Mar 31st, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 3 per visit. Reservation required for groups of 4 or more. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid only for Easter Sunday Brunch. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Like cartoon sound effects and open-heart surgery, breakfast and lunch are better when combined. Feast upon a compatible combination with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $27 for Easter Sunday brunch for two (a $55.98 value)
  • $54 for Easter Sunday brunch for four (a $111.96 value)
  • $83 for Easter Sunday brunch for six (a $167.94 value)

On Sunday, March 31, Chef Dean Fuller whips up a buffet-style Easter brunch spread, crafted from Idaho ingredients and recipes. The carving station’s turkey and honey-glazed ham complements made-to-order omelets, cheese blintzes, and chocolate-bacon potato chips with huckleberry sauce. A separate station will be set up to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Idaho Preferred Cookbook, featuring a live demonstration of treasured recipes. Bottomless mimosas cost an additional $10. See the full menu.

The Boise Hotel & Conference Center

The Boise Hotel & Conference Center is a self-sufficient complex. Visitors need not leave the premises to attend conferences in the 12,000 square feet of meeting space, cut into juicy steaks at the onsite Castle Ranch Steakhouse, or brew coffee in the hotel’s 195 coffee makers—one per guest room. The Sports Page Bar pairs ice-cold beers with televised games, and the recreation area’s video games, pool table, and swimming pool foster indoor fun during chilly winters or dark days when the sun calls in sick.

However, visitors who choose to leave the premises need not wander far in search of entertainment. For skiers, the Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area, which receives 200–250 inches of snowfall per year, is just 5 miles away; 3 miles away, tourists can shop downtown Boise’s shops, which range from classic Old Boise storefronts to the more modern Linen District. Nestled near the airport, the hotel also provides free airport shuttles, facilitating arrivals and departures more speedily than a miles-long moving walkway.


Tips

65% of 192 customers

  • “It was a nice quiet place with good food and good service.”

  • “Great food, great service, and the potato dinner rolls were a really nice touch. ”

  • “The service was very attentive without being intrusive. Food was the best I've had in the local area in years! This is my new favorite steak house and we will be...”

    “The service was very attentive without being intrusive. Food was the best I've had in the local area in years! This is my new favorite steak house and we will be back :) ”

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    Boise

    3300 S Vista Ave.

    Boise, Idaho 83705

    208-914-3957

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