New beer & wine pub headed for Hyde Park

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Hyde Park is growing into an even stronger hub for food and drink – and another spot is set to open.

Camel’s Crossing has applied to convert and remodel the old Acquired Again antiques space on Alturas Street, behind Hyde Park Pub & Grill.

A small outdoor seating area along Alturas St. will be added.

“Additionally, the existing stairs, landing and handrail will be removed, and the new entry will be smaller in scale to allow better utilization of the outdoor seating area,” the applicants wrote in a letter to the City of Boise.

The changes will go through Boise’s process for a conditional use permit.

Camel’s Crossing joins a variety of restaurants in Hyde Park, including the new North End Pizza which opened in July.

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