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Capital City Public Market, Boise

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Consider a stay in the city's historical Northend neighborhood, which offers a number of cultural activities, including a public art tour and festivals throughout the year. Lodgings in the downtown area offer convenient access to the central attractions.
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  • We visited the market while visiting with Family that relocated to the Boise area. It was so much fun. The variety of food, art, handmade clothes and gift items was terrific. The vendors have samples ...  more »
  • The Capital City Public Market takes up several blocks along Eighth Street, heading south from the Idaho Statehouse. There are a wide variety of vendors, from flower merchants to produce sellers to fo...  more »
  • Boise has a small downtown yet offers much. This place only takes a short time to visit but is neat so many other places to shop, dine and tour.  more »
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  • There was a nice variety of homemade goods. Street performers were delightful. The atmosphere was fun and festive. I really enjoyed my visit.
  • A fun way to spend Saturday morning! Very unique things to look at and try. I love supporting small/local businesses and this is such a great way to do so.
  • The Saturday morning market has grown! I visited in early July (2017) and was surprised by the huge crowd. But there are lots of vendors spread out over a few blocks making it easy to navigate.
  • Very nice set up and not overwhelming. Didn't see any signage for where everything was (food trucks) so that is only thing I would like to see as an out of town visitor.
  • Nice little farmers market with great street food. Went during the winter time so there weren't that many farmers, but there was loads of food vendors. There are folks here selling artisinal root beer, street tacos, samosas and more. Also, there are musicians every street corner, which is pretty cool. Just don't come here expecting a lot if it's the winter time. Atmosphere 4/5 Selection 2/5 Food 5/5