Beer, Wine & Spirits in Kuna


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A fully operational winery since 1987, Sawtooth Winery was once under the care of the Pintler family, who had used their parcel of land as pasture for years. But the rolling, south-facing hills were a bit too robust to be limited to one use, and in 1982 15 acres of grapes were planted. Today, Sawtooth is one of the largest vineyards in Idaho, and those same vines produce the plump grapes destined become one of the eight wine varietals crafted onsite. Those wines have garnered Sawtooth a variety of honorable accolades and press, including a Winery of the Month designation from the Idaho Wine Commission.
13750 Surrey Ln
Nampa,
ID
US
With so many tasty craft beers available these days, it’s hard to settle on just a few. That’s why the bartenders of Idaho Hop House not only rotate the brews inside their six taps constantly, but also frequently update their store’s selection of take-home bottles. Though stocking beers the world over, such as the Belgian staple Leffe, the store focuses on American breweries, such as California’s Stone and Idaho’s Selkirk Abbey. Idaho Hop House’s culinary team emphasizes local ingredients in their versions of classic bar food, such as hand-battered onion rings and beer-braised bratwursts.
113 13th Ave
Nampa,
ID
US
Center-cut pork loin drizzled with apricot-balsamic reduction. Pan-roasted halibut topped with sundried-tomato-basil butter. Dishes such as these reflect Muse Bistro and Wine Bar’s simple, timeless formula of pairing perfectly cooked meats with inventive sauces. The chefs reinvent the menu every Tuesday to showcase whatever ingredients are in peak season so that diners can enjoy food at its freshest, before the produce inevitably gets a tattoo to stay with the times.
1435 N Eagle Rd
Meridian,
ID
US
Each Friday and Saturday night in October, thrill-seekers are lured to the fields of The Farmstead to test their fear capacity. Legend has it that the fields are haunted by the ghosts of local prisoners who disappeared inexplicably in 1972, after the release of Donny Osmond's "Puppy Love" sent them reeling into abject confusion. Since that fated year, a series of strange natural disasters, chilling winds, and ominous shadows have ruined all attempts at crop growth and healthy harvest. Stand up to these inconsiderate spirits with an army of friends, or apply a thick coat of glow-in-the-dark body-glitter and strut confidently alone into the Field of Screams. Bob in and out amongst the tall stalks of corn, keeping an eyeball peeled for abandoned farm equipment, sentient chainsaws, and escaped prisoners. If, when you arrive, you realize that you overestimated the contents of your courage knapsack, opt for a scoot down the kid-friendly Scaredy Cat Trail.
1020 South Rackham Way
Meridian,
ID
US
Craving a burger and fries? Swing in Ram Restaurant and Brewery and enjoy a tasty meal in a casual setting. Score low-fat and gluten-free eats at Ram Restaurant and Brewery. Ram Restaurant and Brewery's fully stocked bar is a perk for patrons who enjoy a fine wine (or more) with their meal. Families will feel right at home at Ram Restaurant and Brewery with its kid-friendly menu and atmosphere. Check email, shop online, or get the latest game scores on Ram Restaurant and Brewery's free wifi. Sunny day plus appetite equals the perfect time to head to Ram Restaurant and Brewery. The dress code at Ram Restaurant and Brewery is as relaxed as the ambience, so wear whatever suits you. For those in a rush, the restaurant lets you take your food to go. Bring the Ram Restaurant and Brewery's great food to your place. With a parking lot adjacent to Ram Restaurant and Brewery, you won't get stuck circling the block. It will typically cost you about $30 to enjoy a meal at Ram Restaurant and Brewery.
3272 E Pine Ave
Meridian,
ID
US
Where2 Transportation's courteous and punctual drivers make themselves available to take members on anything from quick errands across town to tours of local wineries. First and foremost, the company presents a less-expensive alternative to taxis for busy families, companies, and those with limited transportation resources. Needing only 48 hours notice and an idea of party size, the chauffeurs pull up to their destinations in a Toyota Prius or handicap-accessible minibus and assist clients with loading and unloading any groceries or luggage filled with even more groceries.
525 N Steelhead Way
Boise,
ID
US