Odds are, you won’t see someone leaving tattoo parlor Nampa Ink without an arm swathed in the telltale plastic wrap that signifies the birth of new ink. The newly created tattoo parlor has already made a splash in the Boise tattoo scene, filling up appointment times with guests eager to be on the receiving end of the staff’s artistic expertise. The staff specializes in detailed line work and flowing script, creating complex pieces and written messages that show the world what you love the most or serve as a permanent reminder of this week’s grocery list.
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.
Red chairs pop against the classic black-and-white checkered floor tiles at Korner Bistro. The green plants that fleck the interior offer an aesthetic touch similar to the foam art found atop hot espresso drinks. The balance of the elegant yet cozy ambience matches the balance of the menu. Grilled paninis, 6- to 13-inch sandwiches, and an array of pastries complement a full slate of hot and iced café beverages.
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.
Sometimes eye-catching pastries must be kept behind glass because the temptation to eat them is so strong. At Rolling in Dough, the cases are lined with beautiful European pastries, from colorful macarons to ?clairs filled with clouds of cream. Behind the counters, wine glasses await pours of beaujolais, which pair with any of the bakery's savory delights, such as p?t?, quiche, and ni?oise salad.
We are Eagle's original Golf Course open to the public all year long. You and your guests will enjoy eighteen championship holes enhanced with rolling hills, sparkling lakes and mature trees, set amidst the beautiful Boise mountains. See why GOLF Magazine named Eagle Hills "One of the best bangs for the buck in a public"