Great Harvest Bread Co.’s bakers craft a heart-healthy assortment of whole-grain breads and baked goods using freshly ground flour. Each month, a newly designed menu allows the team to employ the season's freshest ingredients and harvest the warmest loaves from bread-bearing trees, including cinnamon-raisin swirl, white chocolate cranberry swirl, and Asiago sourdough.
Family owned and operated, The second of two locations in the Treasure Valley we serve authentic Chinese cuisine made from scratch on the wok. All your favorite Mandarin dishes are here plus many Cantonese dishes including 16 varieties of Dim Sum and we will keep expanding these selections.
Helmed by master meal maker Chef Lou and featured on FoodTV's Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, Westside Drive In deals out juicy burgers and sugary shakes that conjure up the hip-swiveling days of the 50s. This classic drive-in wields an extensive yet simple menu of traditional diner fare, from cheeseburgers and malts to chili dogs and cheese fries. Westside's über-thick milkshakes ($2.69–$2.99) slide across counter tops in flavors such as Pineapple Pickup, wild cherry, and Miss Emily's, a saccharine concoction of butterscotch, marshmallow, and Oreo. Piquant patties include the barbecue bacon burger, which coats a juicy patty and bacon strips with a savory blanket of sauce ($5.09), and the mouthwatering Maui burger, a mellow melding of mainland beefsteak and island-reminiscent toppings ($4.99). Sidle up to Westside's drive-thru window to devour a meal, or slurp up a milkshake ($2.69+) on the hood of your car while you wax poetic about rapidly approaching comets.
Voted Best Local Mediterranean Food from 2008 to 2011 by Boise Weekly readers, Mazzah Mediterranean Grill's chefs assemble zesty ingredients into classic gyros and made-to-order kebabs. A parceled plate of dolma ($3.49 for three; $6.49 for six) delivers grape-leaf scrolls steeped in lemon juice, which unfurl to dispense rice, veggies, and the detailed blueprints of sunken civilizations. Grilled lamb and beef lathered in homemade tzatziki sauce set up camp inside the gyros' pita tent ($4.99), and grilled morsels of vegetables and chicken festoon miniature lances on the chicken kebab's field of basmati rice ($9.49). Guests can sanction a sweet parting with classic, chocolate almond, or mini squares of honeyed baklava ($0.99–$2.29), including varieties prepared with vegan butter.
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.