Boise restaurant will close it's doors at the end of the month.

Maybe you've eaten there, of maybe you've just driven by, but Raedean's at the corner of Overland & Orchard in Boise will close its doors for good at the end of the month.

Nowadays, it's hard to find a locally owned and operated restaurant that not only serves great breakfast, but also provides great customer service. Raedean's was one of the few left in the Treasure Valley.


After more than 30 years of business, the restaurant's owners, Jim and Nancy Spanberger, have decided to pursue other opportunities, according to the group that will be taking over the property. The future has already been decided for the building. It will become a Primary Health Medical Group Clinic set to open next summer.

I have eaten at Raedean's many times, and am truly sad to see it go. If you've never been there, stop in before the end of the month and have breakfast, and pay homage to a Treasure Valley landmark.

The Spanbergers released the following statement:

"Thank you to all our customers, friends and employees that have shared the last 31 years of Raedean's Restaurant! We have loved our time here and have many fond memories of customers and employees. We have watched families grow up at Raedean's Restaurant. We wish Primary Health the best of everything, and we hope they find the corner as special as we did."