Boise poké restaurant paddles upstream to Sun Valley

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Paddles Up Poké is set to open a third location – part of a fast start for the Boise-based chain of Hawaiian cuisine restaurants.

BoiseDev first noted the opening of Paddles Up in Downtown Boise on 9th St. in early 2017. A second location opened at Eagle Rd. and McMillan St. earlier this year.

Now the Sun Valley area will get a taste of the chain’s blend of poké bowls and poké nachos. The restaurant is set to open in the retail space of the newly remodeled Hotel Ketchum on Main Street (that’s the newly revamped former Clarion Inn property).

Paddles Up hopes to be open by December – in time for ski season. They will join Sheeptown Coffee in the development.

Owners Dan Landucci and Jordan Tapangco tell BoiseDev they plan to open two more eateries in 2019.

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