Coffee shop launches in revamped old garage

 Courtesy Jessica Flynn
Courtesy Jessica Flynn

 Buzz your girlfriend. WOOF! Before image via Google.
Buzz your girlfriend. WOOF! Before image via Google.

Garden City’s booming Riverside District is getting another new addition – a coffee shop in a former rundown garage.

 After some improvements. Photo courtesy Push & Pour
After some improvements. Photo courtesy Push & Pour

Push and Pour is now open at 34th St. and Carr St. in Garden City. It joins a growing number of businesses popping up in creative spaces on the GC side of the river. Telaya Winery took part of the Riverside Hotel’s unused parking; Sandbar revamped and expanded its outdoor summer restaurant; Luciano’s opened a walk-up cafe on a triangle of land leftover from a housing development; Yardarm took shipping containers and made a bar.  

Each of the businesses is designed to capitalize on foot traffic and recreationalists using parks on the Boise side of the river – which notably has very little commercial business. 

Push and Pour is open 7am to 3pm.

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Don has been covering news in Boise for 20 years. He is a National Edward R. Murrow Award winner and a Stanford University John S. Knight Fellow.

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