Dine Out Downtown Boise Offers Tasty Affordable Menus

Dated: 10/31/2017

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It’s one of our favorite times of the year at the Thinking Boise office: Dine Out Downtown Boise. From October 27th to November 5th, you’ll be able to sample the delicious offerings of several restaurants located in our favorite city. Choose from lunch, dinner, or cocktail specials, and dine your way through the amazing food that Boise has to offer.

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Elevate Lunch with Dine Out Downtown Boise

Skip the sad salad lunch at your desk, and head out to one of 16 restaurants offering $10 two-course lunch specials during Dine Out Downtown Boise week!

Elevate lunchtime by stopping in at a fine dining restaurant. Richard’s, in the new Inn at 500, is an elegant spot that is perfect for impressing your boss. The restaurant is offering the choice of cheese ravioli, a grilled chicken breast sandwich, or a wild sockeye salmon cake. Each entrée comes with either soup or salad.

If you’re looking for something a little more casual, then head over to Even Stevens for a bite. The sandwich shop is offering blistered Shishito peppers and a beer cheese Philly sandwich with shaved New York steak and topped with Boise Brewing’s Syringa Pale Ale beer cheese.

View all of the restaurants offering a $10 lunch option. 

Affordable Dinner Options

Didn’t have time to grocery shop? Swing by one of the five restaurants offering a two-course dinner special for $15.

If you’re in the mood for seafood, then Fresh Off the Hook is a great choice. The restaurant is offering a first course with options of New England clam chowder, the soup of the day, or a fresh garden salad. For your second course, you can choose from a seafood fettuccini, Creole mixed grill with a cod fillet and grilled prawns, or a broiled pesto salmon.

Date Night Deluxe

Dine Out Downtown Boise week is the perfect time to book a date night. Several restaurants are offering sumptuous three-course dinners for $30. This is a great opportunity to see the newly renovated Chandler’s. The City of Trees mainstay has a menu packed with delicious offerings, including a petite filet mignon, steakhouse wedge salad, and fromage blanc cheesecake. Are you drooling yet?

View all the restaurants offering three-course dinner options here.

You can also enjoy a fine dining menu option or a cocktail hour option at several restaurants. Click here to learn more.

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