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General Info
Located on the corner of 17th St. And Ammon Road, in a 103 year old house with a grove of trees and an amazing atmosphere. We specialize in fine dining in a casual atmosphere. With a menu that changes frequently with the seasons you are sure to find something to please you. We also offer live music on the weekends and private dining rooms. Under new ownership since January 2015.
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Fax: (208) 525-9303

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Cellar The

American Restaurants, Caterers, Vegetarian Restaurants, Steak Houses, Seafood Restaurants, Health Food Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Specialties: Bridal, Weddings, Casual, Informals, Parties, Fiestas

Cuisines: Caterers, American, Steakhouse, Seafood, Healthy, Vegetarian

Cuisine: American, Healthy, Steakhouse, Seafood, Vegetarian, International, Salads


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Provided by Citysearch - 
Best restaurant in Southeast Idaho

I've been to the Cellar numerous times and absolutely love it. As a customer, you feel welcome from the moment you open the door. The hostesses always welcome you with a smile and are very friendly and helpful. I've sat at the bar a few times and have had very friendly conversations with the bartenders there (and by now they recognize me which is a nice personal touch). The restaurant itself is family-owned and they are extremely friendly. Members of the family are often around and thank you for coming. Personally, I prefer family-owned restaurants to chain restaurants as the food quality and overall restaurant experience is much better. Plus, it's great to support a local business. Anyway, the food is really excellent. I've had the steak there, and it's on par with the best steak houses in D.C. and Boston without the inflated price. The menu is diverse and imaginative and the wine list is the best in the city. Oftentimes the restaurant will have live music available and that's always a nice touch. They also offer wine, beer and (I believe) cocktail classes monthly. I've attended two wine classes and have been very impressed with the casualness of the classes, the professionalism of the teachers, and the ""bang for your buck"" so to speak. I've learned a lot more about wine because of these classes and always buy a couple of bottles. I'll always choose the Cellar over any of the chain restaurants in IF.



Provided by Citysearch - 

We recently went to The Cellar where we had such a good time. The food was amazing with a large choice of both entrees and what they call Small Plates - kind of like appetizers only better and great for sharing. They had live music the night we were there, and it was also excellent. We thought they would be super expensive, but their prices were very reasonable for the value given, and not any more than several other lower-quality restaurants in town. This place is well worth going to.



Amazing Experience

We have eaten at The Cellar a few times and every time the food is wonderful, and so is the service. The Filet Mignon is the best I have ever had, and the specials every week are also delightful. I particularly like sitting where the live music is, but there are also dining rooms where we have enjoyed a more intimate conversation and experience. All in all The Cellar is the best restaurant is eastern Idaho.



Not worth the $$$$

It is a fun place to eat once in awhile because they treat you like a queen, or king. But, I think the food is very overrated. I would much rather go to Roadhouse for a steak. We had steaks at The Cellar one night and they were very dry. I do enjoy the brunch on Mother's Day. It's a nice variety, full of yummy original items.

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