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Dine Out Downtown Boise at Richard’s Oct. 27 – Nov. 5

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“Boise is one of America’s fastest-growing cities and with that, there’s an exciting culinary emergence along with craft breweries and a burgeoning wine industry, “ US News & World Report, August, 2017. Richard’s is proud to participate in Dine Out Downtown Boise Restaurant Week from Oct. 27th – Nov. 5th, 2017. This is a time for the community to come together and celebrate the growth of local dining. We have prepared special dishes featuring several Idaho grown ingredients. Choose from either our 2-Course Lunch menu for $10 or our five-course Fine Dining $55 menu. Make plans now to take part in this week of culinary celebration and join us at Richard’s. Make reservations now by calling (208) 472-1463 or online at https://richardsboise.com/reservations/ For more information about Dineout Downtown Boise, visit https://downtownboise.org/events/dineout-downtown-boise.  

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Richard’s and Inn at 500 Capitol Raved About in Luxury Travel Blog

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In a recent article, luxury travel blogger Leah of The Modern Traveler, visited Boise, Idaho and stayed in the Inn at 500 Capitol. Throughout her stay, Leah documented her time and broke down every aspect of the stay, which included a lunch visit to Richard’s. Here is a snippet from her article, “Connected to Inn at 500 is Richard’s… accessible right through a door off the lobby. Richard Langston is a celebrated chef in Boise, and we dropped by to sample lunch. I had the Grilled Portabella with Carrot-Cumin Puree and Fried Haloumi on Ciabatta and my son had the RBLT, a different take on the BLT with Bacon, Tomato, Mozzarella, Basil, and Red Onions on a Toasted Baguette with Summer Salad instead of chips. I have to remember to put strawberries in my salads at home because it’s a wonderful summer flavor, and I liked the pairing with the lemon vinaigrette. Richard’s provides room service and food for guests at Inn at 500 and serves breakfast and dinner too.” Read more about Leah’s time at Richard’s and the Inn at 500 Capitol in Boise here.

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Rosé Party

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We’re celebrating summer in Boise by tasting rosé! Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and seven (7) 2.5 oz. pours of beautiful rosé. Our wine experts will be on hand to describe each different rosé: country of origin, grape varietal, and tasting notes. Chef Richard will prepare hors d’oeuvre to enjoy along with your wines. Our Rosé Party will be on the second floor Plaza at the Inn at 500 Capitol–right above Richard’s on Wednesday, June 21, 2017. The Plaza is typically reserved for hotel guests and catering functions only, so this is a special opportunity to enjoy wine and apps on this fun outdoor space. Bottles of rosé will be available for sale at special prices, so you can take a few bottles home to enjoy on your own patio! Tickets are $35 and can be purchased online at: http://bpt.me/2982784 or email info@richardsboise.com

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Richard’s goes from neighborhood haunt to big-city hip

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Richard’s has relocated to the Inn at 500 in Downtown Boise with a modern, elegant new space and kitchen. Darin Oswald   BY JAMES PATRICK KELLY Special to the Idaho Statesman As far as chefs go, Richard Langston is a well-liked guy. Not only is he genuinely friendly (chefs are known to be a little surly), but his Northwest-accented Mediterranean fare has earned him a loyal fan base over the years at his North End eateries. Surely you remember when he had Richard’s in Hyde Park. He followed that venture with Richard’s Café Vicino near the Boise Co-op, a popular neighborhood spot where he garnered accolades from the James Beard Foundation for his use of local food and ingredient-driven cuisine. Langston was a 2014 semifinalist for a prestigious award in the Best Chef: Northwest category. Even though Langston felt at home in the tree-lined North End, he always had his eye on a larger, hipper spot in the bustling Downtown area. His culinary dreams came to fruition last month when he debuted Richard’s (without the Café Vicino part of the name) at the Inn at 500 Capitol, a newly constructed boutique hotel next to The Flicks movie theater. Richard’s recent…

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