New Restaurant Just Announced in Eagle

The Downtown Boise favorites, Waffle Me Up and Boise Fry Company is a shared dining space at 204 N. Capitol Boulevard. They have recently unveiled their plans for an identical double-whammy concept coming this autumn in the Eagle Island Marketplace. Located at the corner of Chinden Boulevard and Linder Road, this is a perfect lunchtime location for many local businesses and high schools. Employees should break ground on the new 2,500-square-foot construction within another week or two. It is going to have 1,500-square-foot terrace to make the optimum outdoor dining experience. It will be a perfect place for summer nights and a quick bite after high school football games. Clients can satisfy all cravings while mixing-and-matching meals from both restaurants.

Waffle Me Up

Waffle Me Up is a chain born in Idaho that serves luscious fluffy waffles supercharged with sugar. They are locally famous “hot-off-the-iron,” liege-style delicacies. One of their most popular dishes is The Bob Deluxe. Fresh hot waffle topped with melted havarti cheese, an over-easy fried egg, crispy bacon, organic maple syrup, and a garnish of basil. Initially, Waffle Me Up began selling in tents to the Nampa Farmers Market in 2012. They were so delicious and unique that they quickly were able to expand to the Boise Farmers Market in 2014. After growing awhile they transitioned into finally opening their first storefront in 2016 on Capitol Blvd., one of the busiest streets in Boise and they haven’t stopped growing since.

Boise Fry Co.

Boise Fry Co. struck gold, Yukon Gold, when they launched their first location in 2009. You will find five BFC’s around the Treasure Valley and another in Portland, Oregon. The restaurant’s motto –“hamburgers on the side” — makes it feel distinctively Idahoan. Don’t let the motto fool you though, they are famous for their world-class Idaho burgers created with local grass-fed meats. Their burgers are made with one of four choices of proteins – bison, beef, turkey or even vegan. Fries here are created from six potato varieties like Russet, purple and, of course most popularly, Yukon Gold so they can be completely customizable. They are cut in five styles: shoestring, regular, homestyle, curled and po’ balls. They even go a step further and let you customize them with eight different salt and fry sauce selections to top them off with. You can try something new and adventurous every time you go!