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Feed The Village Christmas Eve Party On Its 24th Annual Run

Feed The Village Christmas Eve Party On Its 24th Annual Run

Bring the family for a free Christmas Eve dinner for the whole family courtesy of Smoky Mountain Pizza!

Since 1995, Smoky Mountain Pizzeria and Grill in Eagle have been throwing their Feed The Village Christmas Eve Party. John Ryan, Vice President of Smoky Mtn. Pizza in Eagle, chose to name this celebration “Feed The Village” because the local area reminded him fondly of the little Irish town where he spent his childhood. This event is a fun way to celebrate the holidays with your community. Get a group together with all your friends and family, Go! down to Smoky Mountain Pizza in Eagle, meet new people and make new friends. Before you know it, this will be your new Christmas Eve tradition!

Santa will be making an appearance so your kiddos will have the chance to tell him all their Christmas wishes after they get their fill of pizza and pop.

Don’t worry, there is plenty of pizza for the parents, too. Smoky Mountain takes this Christmas Eve bash as an opportunity to offer gratitude and give back to the community which they serve.

This party is going on at Smoky Mountain’s Eagle location only. The party starts at 11:00 am and ends at 1:00 pm, so make sure you get down there before all the pizza is gone!

Go! Be a part of the Feed The Village Christmas Eve Party next Tuesday or Pizza, Pop, Santa, and all-around good Christmas time vibes!

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Adam Brimhall

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Dine Out On Christmas In The Treasure Valley

Dine Out On Christmas In The Treasure Valley

Want to get out of the house on Christmas Day? Go! visit these restaurants.

Yes, most restaurants and other businesses are closed on Christmas Day for a well deserved and restful day off.

But, there are still quite a few places that, if you wanted, you could get yourself a well prepared Christmas dinner without having to do any of the work for it. Here are some of the best spots in the Treasure Valley to get a Christmas feast.

Cottonwood Grille

Known as one of Boise’s best high-end restaurants, Cottonwood Grille is serving Christmas Dinner starting at 4:00 pm on Christmas Day. With more than 200 wines to choose from, fresh seafood, locally raised beef and produce, Cottonwood Grille is sure to make your Christmas dinner an upscale experience. Tables are filling up fast so reserve yours here.

Richard’s Restaurant

Another fine dining establishment, Richard’s Restaurant will be open and is serving a special Christmas Eve Brunch & Dinner, as well as Christmas Day Dinner. A week later they will be celebrating New Year’s with a Roaring 20s New Year’s Eve Party! You can make reservations for all of the jubilation by going here.

Check out the menus Richard’s Restaurant has prepared for each of these events:

Christmas Eve

Christmas Day

New Year’s Eve

Richard’s Restaurant won’t let you down for some delicious, quality holiday meals.

Madhuban Indian Cuisine

Over on State Street near Glenwood is Madhuban Indian Cuisine. They will be open on Christmas Day during regular hours, 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, then again from 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm. Why not change your tradition up a little bit this year and, instead of eating Christmas ham or preparing a goose, fill up on some of the Treasure Valley’s best Indian food?

Chandler’s

Arguably the fanciest martini bar and steakhouse in Boise, Chandler’s is open Christmas Day during regular hours to celebrate with you. Enjoy live jazz performances while you relax with a drink and an upscale steak or seafood dinner. A low-key night at Chandler’s is a relaxing Christmas you will want to make a tradition. Find them in downtown Boise at Hotel 43.

Goodness Land Mediterannean Grill

This family restaurant serves Mediterannean and Middle-Eastern dishes, all finely spiced and prepared to capture the most savory flavors you can imagine. Goodness Land will be open and waiting to serve your party on Christmas Day. You can find their dining room on Overland between Cole Road and Curtis Road in Boise.

Sushi Joy Asian Cuisine

This Christmas, when you are done with your morning coffee and your gift exchange, bring the family for some delicious Nigiri and Sashimi rolls down at Sushi Joy! 

Don’t like sushi? Don’t let the name of the restaurant sway you. They also serve all your favorite Chinese dishes, including all the soups, appetizers, beer, and wine options you could want for a delicious and relaxing holiday meal that will really hit the spot.

Kabob House

Kabob House is a family-owned Middle-Eastern restaurant with the finest authentic Persian dishes. Bring a large party and share a pot of their delicious black tea as the chefs create your meal with the knowledge and skill they use to joyfully feed their own families. Go! dine-in or order carryout from Kabob House this Christmas!

If you want to take all the food prep work out of Christmas this year, and put your relaxation switch fully in the on position, then let one of these awesome places take care of your meals this Christmas. You can’t go wrong when you Go! out local, even on Christmas!

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Adam Brimhall

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The Best Christmas Light Displays In The Magic Valley

The Best Christmas Light Displays In The Magic Valley

Local Christmas light displays bring magic to the valley

It’s that time of year again when everyone is in the holiday spirit and Christmas is right around the corner! With only one weekend left before Christmas, it’s prime time to fit in those festive traditions you just haven’t had time for yet, and one of our favorites is going to look at Christmas lights. Here is a list of must-see Christmas lights in the Magic Valley.

Local Christmas House on Filer Ave

This festive display in the Magic Valley is one of our favorites to visit this time of year. A local family in Twin Falls takes Christmas to the next level with their dancing decorations. On the corner of Filer Ave and Polk St, find a place to park, tune in your radio, and enjoy the synchronized light display. It’s fun for the whole family, and you don’t even have to get out of your car. Unless of course, you would like to visit their donation box. All proceeds go to the Valley House Homeless Shelter.

Twin View Lane

It really doesn’t get more festive than Twin View Lane in Twin Falls. The entire lane participates in this Christmas light tradition started by local resident Max Casperson. Every year with the help of his family and neighbors, Casperson lights up the street with a display that seems to get bigger each year. This 15-year-old tradition has grown over time, and now is not only a tradition for the Casperson family, but for families from all over the Magic Valley. It really is a sight to see.

Rock Creek Christmas Lights

Another classic Magic Valley tradition is the Rock Creek General Store Christmas lights in Hansen. Having moved from the South Hills several years ago, this light display is still as popular as ever and is truly a must this time of year. The holiday spectacle is not only walk-through friendly, you can drive through it as well. With elaborate displays and lights around every corner, you’re sure to feel the Christmas spirit.

So what are you waiting for? Grab some hot cocoa and GO! out and experience these holiday displays while you still can.

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Elena Coats

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