246 N 8th St, Boise, ID 83702, USA
Beer Family • Boise Food
We are an Idaho-American beer bar that pairs Good Beer with thoughtful food, friendly service, and comfortable downtown Boise ambience.
Bittercreek Alehouse earns national recognition.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE MENUS
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WINE BY THE GLASS
TO-GO ORDERS AVAILABLE
7 DAYS A WEEK 11AM – 9PM
Desert Mountain Grass-fed Burgers
We spent a day with the family behind Desert Mountain Grass-fed Beef. Their passion & love for what they do is clear.
We are committed to the health and safety
of our staff and guest alike.
Our top priority has been bringing you Bittercreek in a way that protects the health of our staff and customers. So, while a lot of things will be the same, there are few things that will be different.
Things that are the same:
The world’s best staff.
Creaky Chairs that have grooves carved by a million real butts
Commitment to Locally & Ethically sourced ingredients
Grass-fed Burgers with Hand-cut Fries (& Alehouse ketchup)
Warm comfortable ambiance, even if it is a little dim.
For the first time in 25 years, Bittercreek Alehouse is recommending reservations (yep, it feels weird to us too). We will only be seating about half the restaurant at any given time. If we have seating available, we can take walk-in customers, but we are expecting a (half) full house regularly. There will be a host stationed outdoors to escort you to your highly sanitized seating.
Our staff will be masked at all times, and practice social distancing inside and outside of the restaurant. We’ll also have a designated sanitation team to ensure that everything is properly cleaned. We have always maintained high standards of cleanliness, but we have taken it to a whole new level to ensure our customers feel comfortable joining us for a proper sit down meal.
Only half of our tables will be sat. Historically, people have loved (hated) how packed and vibrant Bittercreek can feel. Now, we are only seating tables that are 6 ft apart. We experimented with taking the tables out, but it felt way too weird. So, expect to see some tables occupied with stuff besides diners.
Staff will be getting their temperature checked at the beginning and end of every shift. Their temps will be recorded to establish a baseline for each staff. Staff with warm temperatures will be sent home.
We’re closing earlier than usual, which is still late for most places. We love being a late night hub for the weary, tired, thirsty, and insatiably hungry. But sometimes, when guests are weary, tired and thirsty, they’re not as good at social distancing.
Journey of Our Fries – From Buhl, Idaho to 8th Street
We collaborated with Guy Hand and M and M Heath Farm to show the journey of our fries. Thanks to the efforts of many, we are proud to serve local & organic french fries. Would not be possible without YOU appreciating the difference.
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Merry Hopsters Hop Tour @ Gooding Farms
The hop harvest field trip is a wonderful time of the year. We fill three school buses with smiling faces, plenty of beer and head out west with Odell Brewing.
Buy One, Get One Tree!
TO-GO ORDERS AVAILABLE
Sunday – Wednesday
11am – 10pm
Thursday – Saturday
11am – 11pm
At this time, Bittercreek Alehouse is strongly recommending reservations. Given the reduction to our seating, it helps us prevent large gatherings and ensure proper time for sanitation.
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