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Capitol Table Takes Over Downtown Boise
Foodie fans will love the opportunity to dine on delicious food in a unique spot on September 10th—Capitol Table is taking over a street of downtown Boise for a once in a lifetime dining experience.
Diners will join fellow food enthusiasts at a long table stretching down Capitol Boulevard, from Bannock Street to Jefferson Street. Bask between the city lights and the dome of the Idaho State Capitol while tasting the delicious efforts of local chefs.
The event is Sunday, September 10th, at 5:30pm. Tickets are $150 per person or $650 for a pack of four.
Attendees will enjoy a four-course community dinner that includes appetizer, soup/salad, entree, and dessert from their choice of five downtown Boise restaurants. The chosen five restaurants are: FORK, Brickyard, Red Feather, Juniper, and Capitol Cellars.
Only 150 people are able to attend the event, so grab your tickets before they are gone! Reservations are limited to 30 people per restaurant and will be honored on a first come, first served basis. Sip on perfectly paired wines while dining on delectable offerings from these fine restaurants.
Create Common Good
The Capitol Table event will be raising funds for Create Common Good, a local nonprofit that provides food service job training to those who face employment barriers. The nonprofit's food service business also creates funding to support the training and educational services offered by Create Common Good.
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