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An episode of Seinfeld once poked fun at the concept of “double-dipping” a chip, adamantly comparing the unforgiveable act to “putting your whole mouth right in the dip!” Though LunchBox (A Waxing Salon) doesn’t serve party snacks, when it comes to waxing, the spa’s waxologists steadfastly adhere to the “no double-dipping” rule. After all, it is their mission to provide a comfortable, safe, and hygienic experience, and double-dipping tools into a clean vat of wax only spreads germs.

Their commitment to hygiene also includes the use of disposable table and body covers, and when it comes to keeping clients comfortable, the staff has a few more tricks up their sleeves. First, they employ speed waxing, a method that cuts time on the table nearly in half. Second, they use wax infused with azulene—an agent of chamomile—that has anti-inflammatory properties that make it possible for even those with sensitive skin to undergo facial or body waxing with minimal irritation. The staff can also add a little frill to freshly smoothed and sculpted areas with glitzy add-ons such as glitter tattoos and eyebrow tinting.

104 S Capitol Blvd
Boise,
ID
US

The chefs at The Green Chile want to re-create southwestern Tex-Mex cuisine, even if that means ordering shipments of New Mexico’s signature hatch chilis directly from the source. Although these mild or spicy green peppers appear out of place in Boise, they perfectly complement the restaurant’s burritos, quesadillas, and Southwestern-inspired burgers, adding a distinctive dose of regional flavor to dishes. Even without the chilis, the menu’s recipes continue to draw inspiration from the Southwest. A hearty red chili with diced onions and sour cream takes its cues from Texan cuisine, and the Arizona burrito’s flour tortillas are reminiscent of the state’s acres upon acres of tortilla-filled cacti.

5616 W State St
Boise,
ID
US

The sound of jingling arcade games. The jostling of bumper cars. The smiling horses of a carousel. The sights and sounds of childhood abound at Pojos Family Fun Center, where games and rides have been helping kids make life-long memories since 1974. Whether they're coming for a birthday party of just spending a Saturday afternoon together, families can enjoy themselves with the center's timeless (and affordable) all-ages attractions. After a hard day of play, they can even retreat to Pojos' Carousel Caf?, where cooked-to-order pizzas, burgers, and sandwiches recharge even the most depleted of human batteries.

7736 W Fairview Ave
Boise,
ID
US

Within the brightly hued walls of Andrade’s Restaurante Mexicano, the aromas of sizzling steak, chicken, and seafood mingle with the scent of fresh flour tortillas. Fourteen different taco fillings—including broiled chicken, seasoned pork steak, and fish—combine with toppings from a salsa bar to create a kaleidoscope of taste possibilities. A family plate piles high a choice of 10 items, such as tostadas, tamales, flautas, and quesadillas, and fiesta plates feed groups of at least 20 people. Refreshments include margaritas, beer, Mexican coffee, and agua.

4903 W Overland Rd
Boise,
ID
US

Though there are no current reviews for the Boise location, the Colleyville, TX location has an average of 4.5-star rating from five Citysearchers and the Plano, TX location has an average of 4-star rating from seven Insider Pagers.

5628 W State St
Boise,
ID
US

Jon Page has been instructing eager instrumentalists on plucking, strumming, and everything in between for nearly four years. With training in a system devised by the Berklee College of Music and a history of performing in bands and on stage, Jon can tutor pupils of various ages and skill levels. Classes occur for a half hour weekly and incorporate music theory and technique. Check online for lesson availability.

1723 W Eastman St
Boise,
ID
US