I liked Salt Tears (later Salt), near where I live. Now it's no longer and some other place is coming in. Where did they go?
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We met another couple at this restaurant for a glass of wine and dinner. We were pleased to find their happy hour of 50% off all wine and beer from 4-6 every day. But we were NOT happy about their very limited menu which was...More
We had breakfasts here on two days when staying nearby at the Boise Hillside Suites. The menu seemed a little limited but the food was good and the staff we encountered did their job well, contrary to some reviews here. The fresh, chilled orange juice...More
We stopped here for dinner because we heard they had a bread pudding dessert that was out of this world. The dinner was very good as well but they we came late that they were out of a couple of the entrees. The food tasted...More
Owners are great people, service is wonderful, the food is great, and the open atmosphere is a conversation starter. Stop in for some good food and good times.
A small, wonderful place to grab a small bite to eat. Many varied soups and salads. Very unusual combinations of foods that are delicious. Wine tasting and music, too.
I am glad this this cafe exists here. It reminds me of Portland and SF area coffee shops. Free wifi, great food, awesome environment. If you go, get the Doma pour over, roasted locally in Coeur d alene idaho. Also, try local Payette beer on...More
We have eaten here a few times, I really enjoy the space, food is creative and tastefully done. Love a kitchen that actually makes their menu items from scratch. Had the pierogis last visit, just like mom used to make! really good. Also a fan...More
We've been to Salt Tears several times and have enjoyed the experience. They seem to be working to be creative with a number of their dishes and we have yet to try anything that was disappointing. It's not fancy, fine dining. Their offerings are mainly...More