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Chandler's Steakhouse
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981 W Grove St, Boise, ID 83702208-383-4300

Jacquie L. Sawh - Idahoeats contributing writer

Chandler’s Steakhouse first arrived in Boise in May 2007 when restaurateur Rex Chandler and long-time chef Keith Otter decided to introduce their Sun Valley-based steakhouse by the same name to the Treasure Valley. Located within the newly revamped Hotel 43 at 981 Grove Street downtown, Chandler’s sexy setting offers up a perfect locale for a romantic dinner out or a swanky place to meet friends for a famous “10-minute martini” after work. And with live Jazz seven nights a week, you almost can’t go wrong.

While their menu is by no means expansive, they do offer a nice selection of prime meats (as one would expect) with everything from the “Porterhouse for Two”, a generous New York, Kobe Beef and “Argentine Style” two ways. The seafood selection is less impressive but includes their famed “Tower of Tuna” appetizer and a variety of fresh fish. Do keep in mind, however, the ala carte nature of their steak and seafood specialties and order accordingly.

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If one perceives the dinner menu lacking, it is surely made up for by the wine list. With twenty-five wines available by the glass and with varietals at almost every price point from half bottles, sparkling to ports and a nice selection of everything in between, Chandler’s just may boast Boise’s best wine list.

On one final note, Chandler’s scored points with me by paying attention to a detail that far too many high-end restaurants (most restaurants for that matter) ignore: their drinking water. Boise’s tap water is notoriously foul tasting--it was refreshing drinking a glass of water that didn’t taste like it came out of a swimming pool. Kudos to Chandler’s for making the effort to filter your water!

Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 208.383.4300 or by visiting http://www.chandlersboise.com
 

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