Your daily bread is no mere mystery. How carbohydrates and proteins add up to the texture of steamed broccoli, the tenderness of a grilled salmon steak or the smell of fresh-baked lasagna is a phenomenon verging on the indescribable. In the eyes of the food connoisseur, meals are miracles.
If you're looking for culinary miracles and mystery, head to the Boise Dishcrawl at Bown Crossing. Wednesday, March 20, food enthusiasts meet at 6:30 p.m. at the group's secret meeting place and get a taste of some of the East Boise food nook's finest eateries. Tickets cost $39, and include food and tip—drinks are separate—and you'll find out where to meet once you buy your ticket on the event's website.
While Dishcrawl doesn't officially announce participating eateries until 48 hours ahead of the event, crawlers may end up feasting on authentic Neapolitan-style pizza at Flatbread Neapolitan Pizzeria, pigging out on piles of fries at Boise Fry Co. or satisfying sweet teeth at Powell's Candy Shoppe by the end of the evening.
Meeting new people and finding new favorite restaurants can be a challenge, and the gastronomic adventure brings people and communities together with regular events. Dine at the restaurants that define Boise while enjoying spring weather. Those with food restrictions and sensibilities delight in vegetarian options, though Dishcrawl may not be able to accommodate other dietary restrictions like gluten intolerance.
Dishcrawl is a rain-or-shine event. Spring has sprung, but that's no protection against rain, wind or chilly breezes, so dress for the weather.