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Wild Root Cafe Creates Organic Dishes For Downtown
A city can never have too many brunch spots. Thanks to the opening of Wild Root Cafe and Market in downtown Boise, the City of Trees isn't in danger of running out anytime soon.
This charming restaurant is a twist on the traditional brunch spot. Customers place their orders at a counter, and then pick up their own plates when their name is called. But don't let the laid-back vibe trick you, this restaurant is creating exceptional dishes.
Owners Anne-Marie and Michael Trebbi opened Wild Root with the plan to focus on "organic, local, sustainable, good-for-you food," according to Boise Weekly.
Enjoy a variety of brunch dishes that include cage-free eggs, wagyu beef, and house-made sausage. Are you a vegan or vegetarian? You'll find plenty of options that are fitting for your dietary needs.
But don't put Wild Root Cafe and Market in the brunch box. From migas to bahn mis, you can visit Wild Root during breakfast and lunch to sample the restaurant's unique menu.
Check out the Wild Root's website to view a menu and see photos of the location. Or visit the cafe for a first-hand experience and tell us how much you loved it (we're pretty sure you're going to love it). The cafe's hours are Monday through Friday, 7am to 3pm, and Saturday, from 8am to 3pm.
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