When it comes to finding the perfect sports bar, the criteria can be as varied as the patrons who frequent them. Some might prioritize a vast selection of beers on tap, others look for an array of screens showcasing every game imaginable, and then there are those who are all about the grub. But what if there was a place that managed to tick all these boxes, making it the go-to spot for sports fans in Idaho?

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 What do you look for in a good sports bar?

Idaho, with its rich outdoor culture and love for local sports teams, offers a unique backdrop for such an establishment. In a state known for its scenic landscapes and hearty cuisine, a sports bar here needs to blend in with the local vibe while standing out with its offerings. It's not just about being a venue to watch sports; it's about creating an atmosphere that feels like a home away from home for its patrons.

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Enter Anchor Bistro & Sports Bar. You might be surprised that it's in Twin Falls, a sports bar that has captured the hearts of locals and visitors alike. With a beer price set at a friendly $4.00 and burgers priced at $13.99, it's clear this spot understands its clientele. The Anchor Bistro & Sports Bar isn't just about providing a place to watch the game; it's about offering an experience. From the warm, welcoming atmosphere to the delicious, well-priced food, it's no wonder this establishment has been recognized as the best sports bar in Idaho according to 24/7 Tempo. So, the next time you're in Twin Falls, will you be making a stop?

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Businesses the Boise Area Lost in 2024

Each year we put together a running list of businesses that have closed in the Treasure Valley. This is the 2024 list. Did we miss one? Send us your tips HERE.

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18 Idaho Cities That Are Home to More Transplants Than Natives in 2024

The United States Census Bureau's American Community Survey asks people which state they live in and where they were born. The following numbers reflect estimates based on the number of people who said they live in Idaho AND that they were born in the United States. (Percentages won't add up to 100% because people who moved to Idaho from foreign countries were excluded from the count.)

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