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Eagle River Coffee Says Thanks a Latte’

New Neighborhood Shop Hits Its Caffeinated Stride By Brad Carlson  Photos Jim Peterson For more than a decade, local businessman Larry Ralston had been a loyal customer of the Starbucks on East Plaza Drive. When the Starbucks moved to a ...

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Porterhouse Market Just Pulls You In

Story by Lindsay Prigmore, Photos by Jim Peterson If you could have a sommelier for steaks Dave Faulk would be it. He is the Eagle, Idaho carnivore’s connoisseur with his Traeger grills fired up just outside of his Porterhouse Market, ...

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The Perks of Life

Story by Ken Levy, Photos by Jim Peterson Hot coffee, fresh food, and social empathy are among Heather Andrade’s offerings at The Perks of Life coffee and baked goods shop in Eagle.  That empathy comes from her desire to help ...

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A Taste of Italy

Story & Photos by Ken Levy The formula for success can be complicated, indeed. But one thing you can bank on is the simplicity of the fresh, bountiful recipes served at da Vinci’s Italian Restaurant in downtown Eagle. Dubbing itself ...

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Wild West Eatery Claims ‘Eagle’s Best Burger’

by Ken Levy You have to go wild to get the best burgers in Eagle. Wild West, that is. Naomi Preston, who runs Wild West Eatery and Cantina in old downtown Eagle, credits fresh local beef and innovative creations as ...

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A Taste of Germany

Schnitzel Garten Offers True Bavarian Experience by Ken Levy From schnitzel to bratwurst to huge pork shanks, authentic German food can be found in just one German restaurant in the Treasure Valley. Eagle’s Schnitzel Garten serves up genuine—and memorable—traditional and ...

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An Infusion of Great Taste

by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, photos by Jim Peterson Before opening their charming tasting room that carries specialty olive oil and balsamic vinegar,  Hope Manna and Kellie Allred worked in the entertainment industry in California. Hope owned a post-production company on ...

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The Delias Cook Up Delicious Treats at On a Roll Deli

by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, photos by Jim Peterson “The first question everyone asks us is…what part of New York are you from?” says Geri Delia, owner of On a Roll Deli, with her husband Tony. “We are not New Yorkers,” ...

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Craft-beer Customers Flow into New Eagle Triple Tap

by Brad Carlson, photography by Jim Peterson To the father-son team of former law enforcement officers running Eagle Triple Tap, everything has to be done the right way. No detail is left unattended, from the beautifully crafted relaxed atmosphere to ...

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GRIT Finds Early Fit as Restaurant Starts Well

A new culinary landmark in Eagle By Brad Carlson, Photography by Jim Peterson Except for the shine inside, Eagle’s newish Grit American Cuisine looks long-established. Meat-cutting entrepreneur Dave Faulk and Marineturned- chef Paul Faucher says Grit (styled GRIT with two-segment “I”) started strongly because the ...

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