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wawinelover Jul 3, 2009 07:58 AM

Is there anything good to eat in Lewiston, Idaho? I'm heading there in a couple weeks for just one night and would like a decent dinner. We're driving alot the day of and day after so I'd rather not drive too far for dinner that night. Thanks!

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  1. tracylee RE: wawinelover Jul 3, 2009 06:48 PM

    There's a place along the water kind of on a dead end road that I've been to a couple of times and really enjoyed. I tried googling it and the only thing that sounded right was BoJack's.

    Maybe someone else can help out!

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      Tonka RE: tracylee Jul 4, 2009 01:19 PM

      BoJack's is downtown Lewiston and a decent meal. You might be thinking of Rooster's Landing across the river in Clarkston? Again, an ok dinner. Unfortunately, there is not much to offer as far as food in Lewiston.

      1. re: Tonka
        tracylee RE: Tonka Jul 5, 2009 06:31 PM

        Yes, that sounds right. Thanks!

      2. re: tracylee
        Bradford RE: tracylee Jul 9, 2009 11:59 AM

        Clarkston's Sycamore Grill is truly a gem in what otherwise is pretty much a culinary wasteland. A bit pricey for the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley, but Italian-inspired grub beats anything else we have eaten in the area. For breakfasts, the restaurant at the Quality Inn in Clarkston is among the best in the valley. A beer-only pub and brewery near the Quality Inn produces brews as good as any we've had in Portland or Bend.

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