We are closely following each new development in the progression of the Covid-19 pandemic and have made the difficult decision to temporarily close the Modern and Txikiteo. We believe this is the most responsible action to take in the face of this new and growing public health crisis. We all know that health care workers are on the front lines treating the sick; our job in the hospitality industry is to do everything we can to make sure people stay healthy in the first place.
We love food and we love you, and we’re not embarrassed to say so! On Valentine’s Day, that annual celebration of unrestrained expressions of love, we’re bringing our two loves (you + food) together, with a five-course meal dotingly designed to showcase a particular culinary devotion of one of our chefs, matched with an appropriate drink pairing.
Txikiteo is a new eatery in the Linen District. More European than American in its approach, Txikiteo is a neighborhood place to gather at any time of the day for coffee, tapas, charcuterie, wine and beer. Serving fresh, authentic dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, Txikiteo’s menu is internationally influenced yet locally procured. Seasonal ingredients are appropriately featured (think summer cheeses, autumn vegetables), and will occasionally showcase the produce of great artisans from around the world.
Being in love produces an abundance of hormones (such as norepinephrine, which, depending on your romantic status, could read as “no-repine-phrine”), and some of these hormones act as appetite suppressants. Nonetheless, there is a longstanding belief in the connection between food and love; one kind of appetite naturally leads to another, and love-hunger can sometimes […]
For ten years, The Modern has been about highlighting the best Boise has to offer by working with other local businesses, artists, and city leaders. In that tradition, The Modern is proud to introduce The Forager, a new cider by Meriwether Cider Company created in collaboration with the Modern’s chef Nate Whitley and bar and […]
It used to be that, near midnight on New Year’s Eve, people would leave their warm parlors, their supper parties and dances, and gather in the church square so they could mark the earliest arrival of the new year together. The snowy streets filled with merrymakers as they made their way to welcome the coming […]