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New Cutwater restaurant set for McCall’s Shore Lodge

 Courtesy Shore Lodge
Courtesy Shore Lodge

Shore Lodge will welcome a new eatery later this month, with the debut of The Cutwater.

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 month.

The restaurant will feature American fare with pricepoints for meals under $30.  It goes into a newly remodeled space on the lower level. The existing Narrows restaurant remains.

Opening night is June 16th.  Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served with indoor and outdoor lakefront seating.

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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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