Eat In, Dine Out

Each of our Boise Heritage House suites has a mini fridge, microwave, and coffeemaker for convenience. Every guest is also welcome to use our deluxe, communal kitchen for additional eat-in options.

When you’d rather eat out, the restaurants nearby are diverse and noteworthy. From fine dining to brew pubs to ethnic or local-focused cuisine, you have your pick of the most interesting and award-winning food in Idaho—all within walking distance.

Kitchen Amenities: Boise Heritage House has a communal kitchen which guests are welcome to use. We only ask that you clean up after yourself to make the space pleasant for everyone. Coffee, tea, and cocoa supplies are located here, as well. In addition, each suite in the main house has a mini refrigerator and coffeemaker for your convenience. The Legislator’s Loft (separate guesthouse) has the same amenities in a kitchenette.

Groceries: To pick up supplies, take your pick. Stop at the Boise Co-Op (888 W. Fort Street), a green and sustainable grocery store in the North End, or head downtown to Trader Joe’s (300 S Capitol Blvd). The low-cost and expansive WinCo (110 E. Myrtle Street) is a few blocks south, and Whole Foods (401 S Broadway St.) is nearby.

Local Markets: Be sure to check out the seasonal Boise’s Farmer’s Market and the Capitol City Public Market downtown on Saturday mornings 9am-1pm, April – December.

Dining Out: Experience the flavor of Boise! Many of the area’s culinary talent and restaurant concepts are located only blocks away from Boise Heritage House. Whatever you crave, downtown Boise has it all.

The following list is by no means exhaustive! If you’re looking for something particular, feel free to reach out, we love giving recommendations!