A weekend full of food

What makes Dads’ Weekend so special is not just the dads, but the amount of food — often free — you can get while showing your father the wonders of Moscow’s small, but mighty restaurant scene.

A full weekend of being full is just what’s in store if you follow this restaurant-hopping guide to Moscow. With ranging prices and more than enough beer options for the whole weekend, the football game won’t be the main event this Dads’ Weekend.

Moscow Bagel & Deli — $

While Moscow Bagel & Deli, commonly known as the “Bagel Shop,” is often used a place to hang out in the evening or even late in the night, it is a great place grab a quick bite in the morning. The cafe has both inside and outside seating, and is just a few steps away from the center of downtown, making it easy to eat and give your father the tour de Moscow all in one stop.

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Moscow Bagel & Deli and Tapped – Taphouse & Kitchen are both located on Moscow’s Main Street.

Moscow Bagel & Deli has an array of bagels, sides and drink options at low prices — perfect for the broke college student who said they would buy their father one meal over the weekend.

The “Real McCoy” bagel, which has eggs, bacon, sausage and cheddar cheese is a great way to start the morning. But, with hundreds of possible combinations, there is no going wrong with a morning spent at the Bagel Shop.

Moscow Alehouse — $$

Located right next to campus, the Moscow Alehouse is always bustling with college students and Moscow community members. It’s fast, friendly service and laid-back environment make for a great place to spend your lunch time. The Alehouse menu is filled with pub-like staples — burgers, fries, nachos and chicken wings, along with an array of local brews.

It’s a Moscow staple — one perfect to show your dad what our college town is all about.

Friday specials include happy hour beer prices for students all day, and Sunday specials make Alehouse bloody Mary’s available all day.

Tapped – Taphouse & Kitchen — $$

Tapped has an array of appetizer and meal options, along with the plethora of regional beers and wines always on tap. The best aspect of Tapped is that it is friendly to all ages. Whether it is dining with family, a group of friends or a date, the atmosphere of Tapped caters to everything and everyone. With a fresh and local vibe and flavor, Tapped is the best way to spend an evening eating, drinking and enjoying downtown Moscow.

A meal at Tapped is the best way to taste a bit of everything Moscow’s local flavor has to offer.

Rants & Raves Brewery — $$

A little further off Moscow’s Main Street, this often hidden gem is a great spot to take your  father during Dads’ Weekend. Rants & Raves is one of the best places in town to try a whole array of local craft beers and delicious appetizers.

With fresh seasonal brews made every week, there is no beating the flavor Rants & Raves’ beer selection has to offer.

Hailey Stewart can be reached at arg-arts@uidaho.edu or on Twitter @Hailey_ann97


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