Coffee shop launches in revamped old garage

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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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