1221 S.E. 1st Ave
Ontario, OR 97914
Phone: (541) 881-0007
Fax: (541) 881-8898
1221 S.E. 1st Ave, Ontario, OR, US, 97914
- Phone: (541) 881-0007
- Fax: (541) 881-8898
Bars & Cafes
This relaxed bar and grill is open Tuesday through Saturday and features a big screen TV, unbeatable casual atmosphere and a wonderful menu.
Flying M Coffeegarage serves up coffee and culture in equally satisfying doses. Located about halfway between Portland and Salt Lake City, Flying M is a great stop on any road trip. The garage roasts its own blend on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, so come by to see all the bean action. This place plays host to a number of art shows and concerts throughout the year, so enjoy some local culture with your cup of brew.
Bella Aquila is a local favorite for exquisite Italian dishes. Gaze out from the windows at the pristine Boise river and the locals having a good time on its banks. The restaurant promises a wonderful time to diners with a pleasurable ambience, delicious food and excellent service. The menu features recipes like scallops Christian, Vitello Picatta, Black & Bleu, chilled prawns and Caprese apart from a lot of pizzas and pastas. The wine list is commendable and worth browsing through. The prices are a bit more than average, but the fine experience makes up for it all.
Arches outlined in stone welcome customers to this sophisticated market. Located a few miles west of Boise, City Market is home to several individual businesses. Green umbrellas shade diners as they sip a latte from the popular Espresso Italia Hyde Park. Fresh produce is found at Farmer's Pick Select Produce and discerning wine connoisseurs can browse Brian Erickson's Fine Wines. The Porterhouse and Reel Foods round out the choices with select cuts of meat and fish, respectively. Gift baskets and fresh flowers are also available.
A trendy, comfortable coffee house, One More Cup is the place to go for coffee and conversation.
Hee haw! Jump into those Wrangler's, slap on the Stetson and test your swing-dancin' skills at one of Boise's rowdy country-western clubs. Located across the street from Hawks Memorial Stadium, Shorty's Saloon features a spacious dance floor along with two bars. From Wednesday through Saturday, check out house band "Redstone." If you don't know how to country-swing, the venue offers dance lessons. Check the website for upcoming events.
This bicycle-decorated coffee house offers something most others don't - waffles, and lots of them. Diners can select from six different waffles with toppings ranging from hot applesauce to peanut butter. Other breakfast items include quiche and muffins. Sandwiches, soup and salad are the lunch offerings. The owner, a former racer and bicycle mechanic, is known for brewing strong coffee.
For a small escape from downtown's hustle-and-bustle, visit this fun spot. Swallow some succulent steamers from the East Coast, chew on a finger steak and grab your favorite drink. If you get bored, try your luck at the horseshoe pits in the beer garden, football, pool, arcade games or darts. The Dutch Goose makes great drinks too.
Everybody loves something about The Ranch Club. Be it some brilliant local fare, the great drinks or the experimental live music that is played here; this place has it all. You can choose to make your evening long and leisurely and stay here till the closing hours of the bar, entranced in the magical tunes of the live bands. There are set days when you can avail of the happy hours and get great discounts on the food. If you are looking for a place to go out for a relaxed evening, The Ranch Club is a good choice.
Paying homage to the Broncos of Boise State University, this fun-loving 360-seat restaurant and bar is one of Idaho's largest pubs. Soaring ceilings and outdoor seating give the sports pub a touch of elegance. Next door is an entertainment room with pool and darts. The extensive restaurant menu is packed with standard pub fair and more, from quesadillas to sausage penne. With a movie theater located right next door, this is the perfect place for a snack before or after a show.
This bar has over a dozen big-screen televisions. For the sports nut, the satellite will pick up any game, any time. This neighborhood bar's mantra, "no lawyers," which has been on its sign for decades, holds true. If you practice law, and relish an old-style sports watering hole, keep your mouth shut. Kids are not welcome either. Pool tables are free to visitors during the day. Standard American fare is served here.
Offering a beer for every season, this pub brews a variety of handcrafted beers, including the Maui Light for summer sippers to darker ales for winter tastes. The food menu also includes something for every month of the year from steamed clams to sausage served over red beans to Snicker Pie. Be sure to check out the photographs of Boise's oldest breweries. The restaurant also hosts a variety of live music events. Check website for upcoming performances. Open daily from 11a to closing.