After a good night’s sleep, we hit the road early for the long haul to Kansas City. We got some lunch fixings in Hays, Kansas and drove hard and fast to KC, hitting town about about 7 pm. We wanted to have some genuine Kansas City barbecue, and we got a tip that we had to have the ‘cue at Joe’s Barbecue. Joe’s has several locations, and we chose their original spot which was in a gas station.
Day Two started with a visit to Goldy’s Breakfast Bistro on South Capitol Blvd., which is located in the increasingly hip downtown area of Boise.
Goldy’s delivers the solid hipster breakfast experience, which includes long lines and no reservations. Food-wise it pretty good, but personally I’m a little hipstered-out right now. Gretchen’s meal included Hollandaise sauce, and it was really well done – very light and fluffy. However, it did lack flavor and needed some lemon juice and salt.
Overall, good food but not if you’re in hurry.