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What is "tepanyaki?" The word is extracted from "teppan," meaning flat-iron plate, and "yaki," means broiled, grilled, or pan-fried. That's the specialty at Tepanyaki Japanese Steak House, an energetic, entertaining style of Japanese cooking prepared on a sizzling iron griddle. Chefs use just about every protein on it, including steak, poultry and fish, as well as rice and vegetables.
Lock Stock & Barrel, which has been around since 1977, is so well known for its prime rib that it offers for two every Sunday. That's when you can get it for $56.99, plus all the fixins'. And, unlike most steakhouses, the restaurant features it every night on the menu.
Barbacoa Grill is Robert Castoro's seventh themed restaurant, and with this one he included a museum and art gallery. The New Jersey-born native has made restaurant development his life's goal, and Barbacoa stands as one of his favorites thus far. Happy hour here is particularly popular and it occurs right after most folks clock out and again after 10pm.
Paying tribute to the "iron horse," The Stagecoach Inn has been around since 1959. Its legendary presence in Boise has played host to local luminaries and families throughout the years. It's well known for its friendly hospitality, steaks, from-scratch entrees, and homestyle desserts, with some dishes dating all the way back to the restaurant's inception.
It's not every day a steak-focused restaurant doubles as a duel-piano bar. The Brickyard, a lively establishment in the heart of downtown Boise, showcases artists every Friday and Saturday, beginning at 10pm. What else is happening at The BrickYard? So many specials, including beer, wine and cocktails at discounted prices.
The restaurant chain, which has been around since 1994, boasts additional locations in Hawaii, California, and Sun Valley, Idaho. It's won the "Best Steakhouse" award from the Idaho Statesman’s Best of the Treasure Valley.