For some reason, the street side windows to this rustic place are shuttered. Seeing people sitting in those windows having a good time couldn’t hurt. Even those mannequins from North Hollywood Toyota would be better than shutters. This is from the east.
And from the west because the “dining dancing entertaiment” lights all worked on this side. This is on a street that would’ve been the main drag through Boise before the freeways routed people elsewhere.
OOOh, I love this sign. The combo of the horse and the neon are great. I also love the first food featured is “Unchturkey”.
What’s the joint itself look like? Have you ever gone inside?
This place is great. It’s a younger person’s hang out now after being an older crowd for decades.
Poker, shuffleboard, sticky floors, smoky rooms. It’s got it all goin’ on.
The building is rustic to nondescript. Half-log siding, the whole thing painted dark brown, and the front windows, as I mentioned, are permanently shuttered. This makes me a little sad because I’m sure that at one time the place had much more character in terms of the outside appearance.
This place is your home for “regulars.”
That’s it! I need to hit the “jealous” button” here, if there was one. Mark, you find the best signs!
Another great sign, and the icing on the cake is that “avocado” is misspelled.
I missed the misspelling of avocado. I was too smitten with ‚ÄúUnchturkey‚Äù
I wonder if the sandwich is
turkey, bacon, and avacado, or
turkey bacon and avacado.