9 Best Bar & Grill in Boise

13th Street Pub and Grill Bar & Grill • $$
1520 N 13th St, Boise

Customers` Favorites

Cheese Burger and Fries
Black and Blue Burger
Traditional Benedict
Stuffed Mushrooms
Hyde Park Burger
Fish and Chips
Mac and Cheese
Caesar Salad
The Scramble
City Burger

“13th Street pub and grill is worth a visit if you are in Boise. It is family friendly. The server was attentive and available. Most of our food was on point. However, the French fries were overly salty, and Curry soup was heavy-handed on the curry, which concealed the other flavors of the Curry soup. I would highly recommend the black and blue burger and the Cod and chips. For 5 of us, the bill was under $120 before tip. Consider the burger was Wagyu beef, and the salmon was fresh. Try the sweet potato fries.A draft beer is $6 and an old fashion is $13 if you want an adult beverage.“

4.6 Superb72 Reviews
Leku Ona Bar & Grill • $$
117 S 6th St, Boise

Customers` Favorites

Lamb Shank

“We were in town for the holiday and ate here the food was delicious the stuffed peppers make want to come back for more great service and felt the ambiance was comforting we had really great service. Highly recommend visiting the basque block and leku if you are in the area!!“

4.4 Superb76 Reviews
Charlie Brown's Bar & Grill • $
5783 W Overland Rd, Boise

Customers` Favorites

Philly Cheese Steak with Fries
cb's Burger with Fries
Well Tequila Straight
blt with Fries

“They have a food truck outside. The burger was juicy and tasty. The fries were crispy. Service was perfect, friendly and quick.The bartender Jackie was awesome, supportive and made my favorite drink without a question.Will absolutely be visiting again“

4.4 Superb57 Reviews
O'Michael's Pub & Grill Bar & Grill • $
2433 N Bogus Basin Rd, Boise

Customers` Favorites

Corn Beef and Cabbage with Red Potatoes
Corned Beef and Cabbage
Steamed Clams

“We had steamed clams and spinach artichoke dip as an appetizer. We shared a large order of finger steaks with homemade fries.Our table was right next to a lit fireplace....Cozy, warm atmosphere.The server was attentive, and the chef we had that afternoon was great.“

4.3 Superb52 Reviews
The Refuge Restaurant & Lounge Bar & Grill • $
404 E Parkcenter Blvd #300, Boise

Customers` Favorites

Shrimp Cocktail
Salmon Fillet
Mini Corn Dogs
Prime Rib Dip
Refuge Burger
Clam Chowder
Spicy Pasta
Onion Rings
Lamb Burger

“First time there today. We were so impressed. Staff was wonderful. Best fried shrimp I have ever had. Killer good balsamic salad dressing. I can't wait to go back and try the fingersteaks. edit:. went back and the Fingersteaks we're great.i found out you can order the Fingersteaks and add the shrimp as extra add on so you can have surf and turf.“

4.2 Good73 Reviews
Liquid Lounge Bar & Grill • $
405 S 8th St #121, Boise

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Sweet Potato Enchiladas
Chicken Tacos
Nacho Platter

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4.4 Superb30 Reviews
The Pocket Bar & Grill • $$
1487 N Curtis Rd, Boise

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In the Pocket Burger

“This place always helps me relax!! Great food and a chill environment are the makings for a good evening. If you play pool as a side hobby or play as a pro, this is your new hiding place.Remember that you need to be 21+ to enter the building with a valid ID.The staff are always on point getting the orders to the kitchen, where they make the real magic happen. The food really keeps this place going. Pool and alcohol are just a bonus.“

4.1 Good75 Reviews
Legends Pub & Grill Bar & Grill • $
7609 W Overland Rd, Boise

Customers` Favorites

Grown Up Grilled Cheese
French Dip with Fries
Idaho Cheese Sticks
One Layer Nacho
Fish and Chips
Chicken Strips
Finger Steaks
Fish Tacos

“Visiting this restaurant, situated in a prime location next to Edwards Theater and the encompassing IMAX, offers a blend of dining and entertainment options that make for an interesting experience. Its proximity to these entertainment hubs means you can easily plan a full evening out, starting with a meal and perhaps ending with a movie or an IMAX feature. The restaurant itself boasts a gaming area, providing a unique twist to the dining experience. This section, however, often appears vacant, with a separate dining space that seems underutilized.Upon entering, you'll notice that the décor, particularly in the bathroom areas, feels somewhat outdated, yet everything remains functional. It's a slight drawback in an otherwise modern establishment. A peculiar policy restricts access to the main dining area, complete with booths, during lunch hours. Instead, patrons are directed to the bar area, which seems to be the standard practice from Monday through Friday at lunchtime. It's unclear if this changes during dinner hours, as I have yet to visit during the evening rush.The kitchen's cleanliness is immediately apparent, reflecting well on the establishment's hygiene standards. The food consistently impresses, with a particular nod to the finger steaks and an array of sides including tater tots, fries, and onion rings. The Idaho cheese sticks are a standout, accompanied by a trio of dipping sauces - marinara, ranch, and an intriguing berry option, possibly raspberry, adding a delightful twist to a classic appetizer.Parking is never an issue, with ample spaces available, underscoring the convenience of its Cole Road location. The staff exude friendliness, enhancing the overall dining experience and contributing to the welcoming atmosphere of the establishment.The ambiance is akin to a sports pub, bolstered by an impressive array of televisions - around 30 screens, including a large one above a fireplace. This area, regrettably, is off-limits during lunch. The focus on sports broadcasts and the extensive selection of about 20 different tap beers cater well to sports enthusiasts and beer aficionados alike.In summary, this restaurant presents a good mix of quality food, strategic location, and an engaging atmosphere, albeit with some areas for improvement. The quirky policy regarding seating arrangements during lunch and the dated aspects of the decor slightly mar an otherwise enjoyable dining experience. However, the clean kitchen, exceptional service, and overall vibe of the establishment suggest a venue well worth visiting. Whether you're looking for a casual meal out or a spot to catch the latest game, this restaurant offers a compelling option.Parking: The parking lot is shared with the real theater and a couple other restaurants in the nearby area so there’s plenty of free parkingKid-friendliness: I don’t believe this restaurant is kid friendly at lunchtime. You have to sit in the bar area.Wheelchair accessibility: It did not look like you’d get around very well if you had a wheelchair at lunchtime“

3.9 Good114 Reviews
Parrilla Grill Bar & Grill • $
3201 W Airport Way, Boise

“I was pleasantly surprised by this quick order spot in the airport. I have never been any of their locations before. Our ride got stuck in traffic so we had some time to kill after our flight. This spot is pre-security so we were able to come back in and grab a bite to eat. We ordered three beef tacos and a chicken burrito and both were actually very good. The beef was substantial size chunks and surprisingly very tender. The chicken was tender as well and had a hint of spice in the seasoning. The flavor was great, the toppings were fresh, and the service was awesome! Luis was super friendly and was working hard to help everyone out since he was the only one out front. He was patient and had a great attitude with everyone. We’ll definitely stop again if we need to grab a bite at the airport!“

3.8 Good13 Reviews
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