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New Cutwater restaurant starts first full summer Shore Lodge

Shore Lodge has a new restaurant to start the summer season, with The Cutwater.

The restaurant first opened late last summer in a space on the lower level of the lodge building.

The centerpiece of the new restaurant is a 2,000 gallon saltwater aquarium filled with tropical fish and a living coral reef.  Officials say the tank will weigh about eight tons when filled.  Crews used a crane to hoist the tank over the Lodge last summer.

The restaurant features American fare with pricepoints for meals under $30.  

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served with indoor and outdoor lakefront seating.

Header photo: Don Day/BoiseDev.com

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