Remarkable Boise Restaurant Makes Cult Status With Loyal Patrons
There are plenty of great restaurants throughout Boise and the Treasure Valley, and as we continue to grow, so will the choices when it comes to dining. I was surprised that this downtown Boise was named the "Best Cult-Favorite Restaurant" in Idaho. Not because it's not a great place to go, but I don't hear the buzz as I do with other restaurants around the area.
I have eaten here several times, and I'm never disappointed every time I dine there. LoveFood released a list of "The Best Cult-Favorites Restaurants In Every US State." On their list for Idaho is the Fork. They describe the Fork, saying, "This foodie hotspot in downtown Boise is all about genuine farm-to-table cooking and locally sourced ingredients."
LoveFood is right. Cameron & Amanda Lumsden, the owners of the Fork, take pride in their vision of "Loyal to Local." They were tired of restaurants using buzzwords like "local" and "sustainable." They are committed to sourcing key ingredients from local Boise businesses and Northwest farmers, ranchers, bakers, distillers, brewers, producers, and cheese makers. You can go to their website and see the local businesses they continue to work with that have made their menu possible.
It's great to see restaurants like the Fork that utilize agriculture and the land around Boise and Idaho to create a menu that continues to thrive and serve the community's need for great food, beverages, and a great atmosphere that keeps downtown Boise thriving.
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