Patrons Experience Unique Dining At State And Lemp

Dated: 07/08/2015

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State & Lemp Restaurant in Boise, ID. Photo by Brianna Griff

There are several delicious restaurants to explore in Boise.

One such restaurant is State and Lemp. But this isn't your typical restaurant, it's an experience. Patrons are presented with a prixe fixe menu that highlights food from Idaho and the Pacific Northwest. The owners have built a relationship with local ranchers and farmers to bring diners food from around the area.

Our intrepid foodie, Shannon, took this photo when she ate at State & Lemp

The food is elaborately plated, with the chef often discussing the dishes afterward with diners. There's limited seating, so make reservations. The restaurant is open Wednesday through Saturday, with hard seating times for each meal. Give State and Lemp a call today to experience a new dining experience in Boise.

State & Lemp is one more feature in the popular North End and northwest Boise neighborhoods. If you can imagine yourself biking or even walking to fabulous dining, contact Thinking Boise today. We have just the home for you.

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