November 1, 2020 Beginning November 1, our sibling restaurant Txikiteo will close for the winter. The patio will reopen for service in April of 2021. This was a hard decision to make, but the health and safety of our guests, staff, and community is our most important value, and we simply can’t guarantee that if […]
The Modern Bar and Restaurant, will begin offering select items from their food and beverage menu for twice-a-week, contact-less curbside pick up or delivery. Beginning May 1, customers can order on themodernbar.com for Tuesday and Friday service. The Modern is known for its emphasis on community engagement, and on top-notch, locally-sourced ingredients.
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.
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.
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 […]
From October 10th to the 15th, in a handful of professional kitchens in Boise, amateur chefs from around the world will bring an extra dash of global flavor to Boise’s dining scene. Refugee Restaurant Week will feature cuisine from far-flung regions of the world, planned and prepared by those who know it best: the people […]