Boise has a small downtown yet offers much. This place only takes a short time to visit but is neat so many other places to shop, dine and tour.
Just a few steps from the State Capital on 9th street is a great market on Saturdays! The market has a little of everything: produce, home made baked goods, jams, craft items, knife sharpening, etc. There is something for everyone at the market. It is a great place to walk around and enjoy Boise
We enjoy going to the market a few times a month in the summer. We love the fresh vegetables and fruits. The blue cheese dressing, spices, cascade coffee. Nuts. The only concern is the dogs. Why people think there dogs should be in the middle of the market. I have seen a few dog altercations. And it was scary for... 更多
The Public Market is a very busy area on weekends in the spring and summer. They close several blocks of downtown and it's filled with stalls. This is not so much a farmer's market with produce (though there are a few stands) as it is one with local goods, crafts, and foods. We got some specialty coffee, some homemade dog... 更多
The locals recommended we try out the Capital City Public Market which is only on Saturdays, April-November. Fun way to feel the city and mingle with locals. We enjoyed a waffle that was the best I have ever eaten. Nice vibe and not too hectic. For a major city, Boise is relaxed and friendly. Interesting people watching. Something for everyone.
This market does have some vendors with vegetables, local honey, breads and coffee, but there is a lot more on offer here. The wooden items and doggie treats, bandanas and toys were special favorites that are more unique. The market is a good size to see easily in two hours, although some people spend a lot more time with eating... 更多
I have been in Boise for 40 years and I can't tell you exactly when the market started but I have watched it grow all through it's years. There are actually two different area's the other on 8th. st. I enjoy the locally grown vegetables and meat and such. The fresh tomatoes and corn... Oh my. The prices are getting... 更多
Capitol City Market is still fun even without all the fruits and vegetables that moved over to the Farmers Market. It's easy enough to walk from one to the other, anyway. It's a great way to spend a Saturday morning and a good place to get a delicious breakfast. Plenty of interesting items on sale.