Idaho Falls Restaurant Features
Where there's Smoke, there's Hunger
Whether you've bagged your own or have no qualms about mooching off your neighbor, it's hard to overstate the importance of prepping the meat just right for a pre-holiday meal. Consider smoking. (And no, we're not talking Camel Lights.)
Fiesta for the Taste Buds
Some local Mexican-food establishments are hard to tell apart. Similar menus. Similar taste. Then we have Pachanga's...
Best in American Cuisine
A SnakeBite hamburger is legendary, but its namesake establishment in Historic Downtown is also well known for its other specialty dishes, including some of the best fish tacos in the region, perfectly crafted salads and a variety of unique specialty dishes.
Dining out is not only about the food, but also about the experience. Blue Hashi could easily have this statement as its official motto.
No Place Like Home
Restaurants come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes, they might be in a space that wasn’t originally designed as a restaurant. That is the case with The Cellar. In fact, The Cellar is a restaurant in a converted, century-old Ammon homestead. This lends itself to a little different experience than a
By Tamara and Darrin Steffler
Now That's a Ristorante
Historic Downtown has a fair share of choices in ethnic cuisine. Now the variety includes an offering in authentic Italian thanks to Il Castello, located on A Street across from Willard Arts Center.
Lunch Bunch: Smitty's
On a warm late-spring afternoon, Idaho Falls staffers had the pleasure of dining (and dining, and dining some more) at Smitty's Pancake & Steak House. The property, located on Broadway, is just a stone's throw from our downtown offices.
Old Fashion Food & Fun
Dixie’s Diner offers a great fusion of good food, fun décor and relaxed atmosphere. Business partners Dixie Murphy and Tom Hersh have succeeded in creating a diner that is appealing to a variety of customers and they’ve done it by starting with the classics: friendly servers, burgers, omelettes, pancakes
By Jill & Nathan Barnes
Family, Friends and Buddy’s
The rumors are true--the Buddy’s in Pocatello that everyone loves to eat at has found a home in Idaho Falls. The atmosphere couldn’t be cozier; the four-sided fireplace makes for an inviting and warm atmosphere that begs you to stay a while, especially when the snow is falling.
By Jill and Nathan Barnes
Piece(s) of Cake
If you're looking for a sugar fix, Idaho Falls is becoming quite a destination for assorted treats and sweets. Cupcake and yogurt shops are popping up around the region these days. For starters, check out this trio of cupcake eateries: The Cocoa Bean Cupcake Cafe, The Cupcake Factory and Love at First
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