Noun, def: a Basque word denoting a pub crawl or stroll with friends to partake in coffee, tapas, and wine.
A modern experience where breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served fresh using handcrafted, locally-sourced ingredients. Where the back of the house is out front and in the open. Here, every table is the Chef’s Table, and everybody knows your name, even if you can’t pronounce ours.
Thoughts on our tastings, pairings, and Adventxures into the world of wine.
Txikiteo co-manager Dan Ansotegui has been recognized with the highest honor in the country for folk and traditional artists.
Joshy Soul, whose Treefort fans lined a full city block this past March, is bringing their retro-infused soul-pop band to the patio at Txikiteo, Wednesday, June 5th, from 7-8 p.m.
The list of healthiest countries is out, and this year, Spain leads the world as the country whose citizens enjoys the longest life spans.
This week we serve up wines from Lyrarakis Winery, a family-owned winery focused on heritage varieties.
Canary Island wines took center stage at Txikiteo for a special tasting event last week. If you missed the tasting, don’t despair; you can still sample some of these special wines. Three of them have been added to Txikiteo’s list for the month of February! And don’t forget the tapas to go with!
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It doesn’t do to be anti-Valentine’s Day—who’s against love, after all? Instead, we’ll talk about what Valentine’s Day could be when you break it out of the heart-shaped box it’s been crammed into—that is, when you expand your idea of a celebration! See what specialty boards, patio cook-out, select wines, and featured dishes we have planned for the entire weekend, February 14th-16th, because, why limit love to just one day?
On February 6, Txikiteo begins its series of 2019 wine dinners with an evening of wine, food, and conversation built around wines from the Canary Islands. Txikiteo’s event will be a rare opportunity for American wine drinkers to try these hard-to-get labels— and enjoy these unique flavours surrounded by good friends and good vibes.
What are you doing New Year’s Eve? If you’re lucky, you’re spending it fireside at Txikiteo—cozy blankets provided. Make us your first, second, or final stop on your food and drink crawl across downtown Boise as you ring in the new year in the true spirit of 'Txikiteo' ! See what we have going on special (did we hear oysters on the half shell?) as we stay open extra late New Year’s Eve to help ring in the new year with a proper toast.
At Txikiteo, we believe that every bottle of wine holds many stories: the story of the winemaker or the grower, or even the distributor; the story—at the most reductive level—of the weather, the soil, the vine itself. But how does everyone get a chance to experience the fruits of a craft like this and so come to know a bottle’s story on a genuine and personal level?
Answering that question is both passion and mission for Txikiteo beverage coordinator Stuart Mitton.
Celebrate the summer with us! Favorite local bands will play Txikiteo’s patio every Sunday during the season, weather permitting, from 4 to 8 p.m. Concerts are free for all ages; just come savor Boise’s summer scene with tapas and a glass of wine. Maybe buy one for the band.
Join us for bruntx every first Sunday from 7am-12pm for a tea pop-up with Toni Hodge of Divine Lotus Tea Company. Txikiteo Bruntx: from 7am-2pm, daily.
Long, warm summer evenings are here, which mean it’s time for a new season of storytelling at Txikiteo. Invite your friends to share some bites, toasts, and stories around the patio fire.