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Jul 11, 2013 02:22 PM

Late Night Food in Boise

I am traveling to Boise for work for 4 weeks. I will be working nights (until 10 pm), so I am looking for suggestions for late night food/drink and also any lunch ideas. Thanks for all your help!

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  1. Mai Thai downtown is open late. They also have a nice lunch buffet.

    1. Try Bar Gernika late and Tango's Subs and Empanadas, Boise Fry Company and Zeppole Baking Co for lunch. See

      1. Where are you working and where are you staying? Any preferences or price ranges?

        LUNCH IDEAS:
        Tangos Empanadas

        Boise Baguette Deli has great sandwiches

        Cucina de Paolo for good italian
        Also, Food truck tracker could help for ideas...

        LATE NIGHT
        All I can think of right now is Los Betos for Mexican and Pie Hole for pizza
        Ha'Penny Pub
        10 Barrel Brewing

        If you have any more info let us know - good luck!

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        1. re: enbell

          Thank you all for the suggestions. I will be working in Meridian at Citi and staying at the Courtyard across the street from the site. No preference on price and I am up for any good food

          1. re: courts7377

            Great help - that changes a lot! Most of our recs were for downtown :) Here are Meridian ideas (for lunch mostly....)
            Rick's Press Room

            Flatbread Pizza

            Sa-Wad-Dee Thai

            Kneaders Bakery

            Mo Mo Dumplings

            Smash Burger

            1. re: enbell

              Great! Thanks. I was told it was right there next to it only about 10 min away. I have heard Mo Mo from a few people so I will definitely have to check them out. Thanks again to everyone and if you think of something new please let me know

            2. re: courts7377

              I work a swing shift not too far away from that Courtyard in Meridian. During the day you're in the immediate vicinity of a handful of chains, both national and local. Late-night options are limited around there. Los Betos is on the other side of the freeway and is open all night. Large portions and relatively cheap prices. It's a step above Taco Bell and Del Taco but not much more than that. There's a Wild Wings a little further up the road in the same mall as Mo Mo that stays open until usually either midnight or 1 AM depending on the day. You might be able to sneak in sushi at Sakana across the street on Fridays because it's open until 11.

          2. Thanks everyone for all of your responses. You can keep them coming if you think of anything different!

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