Our Favorite Diner & Ice Cream Parlor in Old Boise is Over 100 Years-Old [PICS]
Boise's Oldie-But-a-Goodie Neighborhood Diner
As the Treasure Valley nears the 1 million population mark, it only makes sense that its restaurant and hospital industry would grow in variety. Despite how much we love some of Boise's newer, trendier restaurants, one in particular will always hold a special place in our heart, and that's Delsa's.
Delsa's Homemade Ice Cream & Restaurant located at 7923 West Ustick Road in Boise has been a neighborhood stronghold for more than 100 years. An old-school diner with an inviting, come-as-you-are kind of vibe, Delsa's homemade ice cream and classic diner dishes have filled our bellies with food and happiness more time than our team can count.
In operation since 1922, Delsa's Ice Cream Parlor is an old-school diner with homemade ice cream that the locals rave about. From cheeseburgers, baskets of fried fish, french fries, and killer onion rings to tots and hand-pulled milkshakes, this Boise gem is an affordable spot for casual dining.
While the tiny eatery is open year-round, seven days a week, Delsa's patio is at the height of its popularity during the spring and summer months. Families love it. Entire schools frequent it for end-of-year field trips. And tourists tourists from every corner of the country put the award-winning restaurant on their Boise bucket list!
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