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Cafe 6 three 4 serves up breakfast, lunch and more

A new breakfast and lunch joint is now open in McCall’s Roosevelt Arts area on the east side of the lake north of Downtown.

 

Cafe 6 three 4 opened on June 8th. Its name is a nod to the main phone prefix for the McCall area.

It features service for both breakfast and lunch. Items like the Idaho waffle (made of shredded potatoes with sausage) and heuvos con-cheros (a jalapeno cornbread muffin with eggs, bacon and more) highlight breakfast. For lunch, 6 three 4 features five choices, including The 208 (ham or turkey on artisan bread with fixings and a mustard aioli). 

Brown rice bowls, salads and soups round out the menu.

The cafe also serves up coffee drinks, wine, beer and tea. Nitro coffee and a nitro berry hibiscus tea are on tap.

The eatery is open 7am-3pm Tuesday-Sunday.

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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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