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courts7377 Jul 11, 2013 02:22 PM

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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    courts7377 Jul 19, 2013 08:16 AM

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

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    1. re: courts7377
      enbell Jul 19, 2013 06:12 PM

      10 barrel is pretty new an popular right now
      https://www.facebook.com/10BarrelBrew...

    2. enbell Jul 12, 2013 07:39 PM

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

      LUNCH IDEAS:
      Tangos Empanadas
      http://tangos-empanadas.com/

      Boise Baguette Deli has great sandwiches
      http://www.baguettedeli.net/

      Cucina de Paolo for good italian

      http://www.cucinadipaolo.com/
      Also, Food truck tracker could help for ideas...
      http://roaminghunger.com/boi

      LATE NIGHT
      All I can think of right now is Los Betos for Mexican and Pie Hole for pizza http://pieholeusa.com/
      Ha'Penny Pub http://www.hapennybridgepub.com/#
      10 Barrel Brewing http://www.10barrel.com/

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

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        courts7377 Jul 12, 2013 07:57 PM

        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
          enbell Jul 12, 2013 08:54 PM

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

          Flatbread Pizza
          http://www.flatbreadpizza.com/contact/

          Sa-Wad-Dee Thai
          http://www.sawaddeethai.com/

          Kneaders Bakery
          http://www.kneadersbakery.com/index.php?p_resource=items&p_itp_pk=&p_itm_pk=&p_ilc_pk=uIvDyb7EtMaDi7i2yriHhb6H

          Mo Mo Dumplings
          http://www.momodumpling.com/

          Smash Burger
          http://smashburger.com/location/portico/

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            courts7377 Jul 12, 2013 09:24 PM

            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
            nakni Jul 14, 2013 11:51 AM

            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.

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          BillC22 Jul 12, 2013 04:03 PM

          Try Bar Gernika late and Tango's Subs and Empanadas, Boise Fry Company and Zeppole Baking Co for lunch. See http://marathonmouth.wordpress.com/20...

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            Tripper Jul 12, 2013 08:45 AM

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

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