By KTVB Staff, KTVB.com The general manager of Fork told KTVB that they’re trying to bring back everyone that they had to lay off when they first closed down.
Month: April 2020
By Idaho Press Staff, IdahoPress.com The 2020 Eagle Fun Days Celebration is going to be a bit different this year. In the past, over 30,000 people, both residents and visitors, came to downtown Eagle for the community festival, according to a city press release. For 2020, The City of Eagle is taking a split approach by Read More
By Idaho Staff Press, IdahoPress.com The restaurants Fork and ALAVITA have partnered with the Ronald McDonald House and Meals to Unite to feed parents with a child in the NICU or pediatric unit. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, they are no longer using volunteers and need assistance. The joint effort between the restaurants and Meals Read More
By Jacob Scholl, IdahoStatesman.com Fork and Alavita, two downtown Boise restaurants with the same owners, announced they are partnering with the Idaho Ronald McDonald House to feed families with a child in neonatal intensive care or pediatric units at hospitals. Because of the possibility of spreading the coronavirus, the Ronald McDonald House is no longer Read More
BoiseDev.com: Downtown Boise restaurants, Treefort, others to help feed those in need, put people back to work
By Don Day, BoiseDev.com A group of local businesses and organizations hope to help feed people who need meals. In the process, they want to put people in the service and food sectors back to work. City of Good teams up an array of local restaurants, the Boise Co-Op, Treefort Music Festival, Oliver Russell and others. Read More