• Nina Palmer

Boise's North End

Just North of Boise's downtown you will find the quaintest and oldest part of Boise. Meet Boise's Historical Northend. Tree lined streets and turn of the century homes entice any traveler to explore one of Idaho's most popular neighborhoods.

While a pleasant stroll on a nice Fall day may be all you need for a fulfilling afternoon, it has much more to offer. Just down 13th St you will find a block of homes that have been converted to shops and restaurants. And at the end of what is endearingly called Hyde Park you will find Camel's Back Park. Which literally has a large hill the shape of a camel's back.


This charming neighborhood checks off all the boxes. Check out Parilla Grill's menu for an assortment of great food. Flat iron warmed tortillas for every build-your-own taco and have a nice cold beer and watch the game in their outdoor covered patio area.


Head over to Goody's for a mid day sweet treat. It's Hyde Parks iconic ice cream parlour. It has every candy you forgot existed.


Just down the street you will find a book store, toy store, antiques and boutiques, and they are all local mom and pops and most have been there for years.


Burn off the sugar and spend the rest of the day at Camel's Back Park. Just keep walking up 13th st and you won't be able to miss it. And don't worry if the kids are up to it, It shouldn't be to challenging to walk up.


After a long day of fun. Level up with a fancy dinner at 13th St Pub and Grill. Their Wagyu Flank Steak with a jalapeno chimichurri is a must have menu item. And there you go. The perfect day in the loveliest part of town. And it can your your every day if you choose to make the move to Boise's Northend.

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