Brunch in Boise, ID
Are you looking to have Brunch in Boise?
As you may already know, Indulge Boise is a food based tours company in Idaho. We know what it’s like to have a hungry stomach when you are on your vacation, so we want to ensure that you have the best possible experiences and that means joining our expert tour guides for a culinary adventure.
You will always find restaurants for breakfast, dinner, lunch, snacks – but what about brunch? Breakfast too early in the morning? Don’t want the early rise? You need brunch. All year-round, we offer a family friendly and customer focused experience. You can eat your way through Idaho and savor the very best in brunch in Boise when you take a look at some of the options below. Boise offers amazing experiences for brunch lovers, with a huge selection of innovative takes on the favorite eggs Benedict, an abundance of pastries and sweet breakfast offerings, you’ll always find something that tickles your palate. Here are some of the best spots for brunch in Boise, Idaho.
For such a simple name, this brunch spot has some complex flavors that will really make your palate sing. Owners Cameron and Amanda Lumsden have created the perfect environment for a brunch that you want – relaxing and delicious. Featuring north western style cuisine, Fork is located in an 1890s renovated bank. The laid-back interior features, the beautiful classic furnishings, and comfortable environment mean that they’re tasty weekend brunch menu is perfect to eat. The favorite here is the Fork Benny – eggs Benedict with local ham and housemaid Benny sauce. It’s got fried chicken and cheddar waffle sliders with an orange-local honey butter and balsamic infused maple syrup, too. There’s something for everybody, so make your vacation.
If you love your morning coffee but you want a late breakfast, try brunch at big city coffee. A popular place to linger, this store is located in the up-and-coming Linen District downtown. It’s a casual coffee house with a warm and friendly environment, with the kind of homestyle American fare that has been popular long before its inception in 2001. With mouthwatering baked goods, a selection of steamed eggs, potatoes, warm tortillas and several bagel options, you really can’t go wrong. If you love your baked goods, you’ll love the biscuits and gravy as well as the several scone options you have here.
For more than 20 years, Bardenay has been the nation’s first restaurant distillery. Located in an old white house on the historic back block in downtown, the small Idahoan chain with three establishments offers Northwest cuisine and drinks that have been handcrafted. Many of the liquors have been created on site, and during the weekend they offer an amazing brunch menu including French toast, spicy chicken and bacon eggs Benedict, and something different that you won’t stop talking about for weeks! You can add a cocktail to your meal, including the Sunday Paper Martini which is made with Bardenay lemon vodka and house-made bloody Mary mix.
13th Street Pub & Grill
Located in Boise’s North End’s beloved Hyde Park, 13th Pub & Grill has an amazing weekend brunch, running Saturday and Sunday – 9am – 2pm. The menu changes seasonally and often, so this option is always fresh.
So if you’ve been living in Idaho your whole life, or you’re looking to move to the beautiful Treasure Valley – Brunch in Boise is no-brainer. And with so many amazing options you can try a different place each weekend for weeks to come. Plus, with Boise’s love of supporting local businesses, there are so many unique, and one-of-kind restaurants to sample. You will soon find your favorite late morning nosh, or five.