Addie’s, a local breakfast spot that has been serving diner favorites to Boiseans since 2001, officially opened the doors of its new Boise Avenue location Tuesday, May 1. The restaurant made waves locally when it asked for help from customers to pick up and move to its new spot April 22. While much about the eatery remains the same—owner Heidi Bauknecht said the new location has “the same feel, but newer”—there are a few changes in the works.
The new location at 1221 W. Boise Ave., previously home to Mom’s Diner, Gloria’s Restaurant and Franco’s Pizzeria, among other tenants, offers plenty of parking (a contrast to the previous space at Sixth and Main streets). Bauknecht said expanded patio seating is also in the works. Plus, the diner has scored a beer and wine license.
“Beer and wine, we’ll get on the eighth [of May],” said Bauknecht, adding that mimosa specials will show up on the menu in the coming weeks.
In the summer, Addie’s will also start serving dinner, and Bauknecht plans to keep its doors open nightly until 9 p.m. For now though, the diner is offering the same menu of breakfast and lunch mainstays it did for years on Sixth Street.
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