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HERE'S WHAT'S HAPPENING OUTSIDE THE WALLS OF THE WAREHOUSE.
Welcome to Bodo, where there's always something to see, do and eat. Looking to grab a bite? Prefer to watch a movie with a cocktail in hand? Want to catch a live band? Explore all the great things happening at BoDo - it's the place to be for downtown Boise's best dining, shopping and entertainment experience.
COMING LATE 2022 / EARLY 2023
Food hall guests will soon have a new, luxury spot to catch the latest blockbuster releases when Cinema West opens its newest theater later this year in the BoDo District.
Cinema West, who brought Meridian’s Village Cinema to the Treasure Valley, will take the place of the former Regal Edwards Boise Downtown theater on W. Broad Street and transform the existing nine auditoriums, plus two new ones, into an upscale, boutique cinema, appropriately called BoDo Cinema.
760 W Broad Street, Downtown Boise
COMING EARLY 2023
Treefort Music Hall
If you love Treefort Music Fest you'll love Treefort Music Hall!
The hall will feature a rooftop patio, standing and seated space with 500-700 capacity, state of the art audiovisual capabilities, green rooms, two bar areas and a permanent merchandise retail store. The state of the art music venue will offer modern amenities with the ability to accommodate a diverse variety of musical acts and varying sizes of crowds.
722 W Broad Street, Downtown Boise
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Inspired by Boise’s hardworking past, The Warehouse Food Hall celebrates everything it means to be a Boisean; past, present and future.
From the second you reach for the door and as you step inside the food hall, you are immersed in history. Literally. Notice the unique door handles? Those are repurposed rail spikes. Reclaimed natural barn wood boards serve as flooring throughout the building, perfectly complemented by the blueprints and historic photos that cover the walls.
The Warehouse Food Hall’s location on South 8th Street reimagines the former Warehouse District which served as a major distribution hub during the gold and silver rush of the 20th century.
After miners struck gold on Thunder Mountain, the need for warehouse space in Boise grew and nearly two dozen commercial buildings were constructed up and down 8th Street, along with a railway system that weaved through the alleyways.
The influx in growth made Boise a major wholesale distribution point for Southwest Idaho, eastern Oregon and Northern Nevada, housing items from gold, silver and lumber to produce and fish.
At The Warehouse Food Hall, we’re honoring Boise’s past to pave way for its bright future.