Before it was BoDo, the Warehouse District was where nearly all goods flowed before reaching the rest of the Treasure Valley. It was a fast-paced commerce space that helped to grow the town and its surrounding areas.
“We’re bringing the history back and making it look like something that would have been there years ago,” shared Jon Kemman, VP of Development for Hendricks Commercial Properties, the developer behind the Warehouse Food Hall concept.
Working alongside Geronimo Hospitality Group, The Warehouse—located on 8th and Front Street, in the heart of Boise’s BoDo district—brings a much-needed culinary infusion to the Treasure Valley. “It will be an adventure for the senses, start to finish. From the incredible design of the spaces to the unique flavors and aromas, to the welcoming, lively atmosphere that’ll make anybody and everybody feel welcome as soon as they walk through the doors,” said Nitsch. “The Warehouse Food Hall was built for Boise.”
The Warehouse combines familiar names like Paddles Up Poke and Caffe d’Arte with newcomers like Bao Boi and CAMP Cocktail Bar. For many, like Wok N Roll, they are moving from food trucks into their first ever brick-and-mortar establishment.
The massive building boasts 21,000 square feet and will house 18 tenant spaces, each with their own unique flavors and offerings. The goal of the project is to attract renowned chefs and local operators to the space, working together to provide visitors with the ideal dining experience of both excellence and convenience.
The Warehouse plans to open its doors in the summer of 2022. With 12 vendors already secured, this collaborative dining adventure will offer both full-service restaurants and counter-service options.
For more information on the Warehouse Food Hall, visit them online at warehouseboise.com.