Basque Market Announces Changes to Menu and Service

Kinda love when people send news releases and media advisories my way about the goings-on in the Idaho restaurant scene. Full disclosure on this one: the Basque Market is NOT a client of Red Sky PR where I work. However, we find them fantastically delicious and imbibe and indulge there often for Tapas Tuesdays, Paella Wednesdays & the Sheepherder’s Breakfasts.  All that being out in the open – here’s the media advisory of some changes to their offerings!

The Basque Market, located on the Basque Block in Downtown Boise, is a purveyor of imported goods from Spain and the Basque Country offering customers one of the largest Spanish wine collections in the West.

WHAT:           The Basque Market will no longer offer made-to-order lunches but will instead feature tapas from noon ?? 3 p.m., Monday thru Saturday. Mini versions of the favorite sandwiches (Bocadillos) customers love, along with other selected items such as, croquetas, meatballs, soups, salads, olives and rice pudding will still be available, every day. In addition, The Basque Market will stay open late on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays offering more elaborate tapas from 5 ?? 7 p.m. The popular noon offering of Paella on the Patio Wednesdays has expanded to noon on Fridays, as well.

Tapas @ The Basque Market:

Mid Day Tapas  Tapas Bar will be open at noon & replenished until 3 p.m. Monday – Saturday. Meat/cheese plates & soups will be available all day.

Happy Hour Tapas Tuesday, Thursday & Friday evening from 5 to 7pm, we serve tapas “Spanish” style, in addition to three or four delicious Spanish wines and two-for-one Sangria. 

WHEN:            Beginning Friday, July 1st, 2011

WHERE:           The Basque Market

                        608 W. Grove Street (On the Basque Block)

                        Boise, ID 83702

                        (208) 433??1208



  1. ladufurrena says:

    Yeah for TAPAS! I have been missing a "regular" place to go to for these Spanish apps… RIP Tapas Estrella.Now, if only The Basque Market would get an espresso machine, Le Cafe croissants, and open up by 8 a.m. – well, just throw a beret on my head, red kerchief around my neck and call me Pierre!

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