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Curating an authentic farm-to-table culinary experience.

About KIN

KIN and the Art Haus Cocktail Bar by KIN, located in Boise, ID, is a true farm-to-table dining experience. KIN features a seasonal menu that rotates every 4-5 weeks, which happens to fall in line with Boise’s natural growing and harvest cycles. Co-owner/ head chef Kris Komori is dedicated to making frequent visits to local farms as part of the process of sourcing locally grown, high-quality Idaho ingredients for the kitchen and curating a memorable culinary experience for all patrons who dine at KIN.

KIN’s menu and curated beverage pairings change with the seasons, so be sure to check out the latest tasting menu, featuring a five-course prix fixe meal. You will definitely want to call ahead, as tables are available by reservation only.

Cocktails at the Art Haus Bar are lovingly crafted from locally sourced ingredients, as well! You will find some farm-fresh favorites on the cocktail list, featuring fresh squeezed carrot juice, jicama or beet shrub (a sweetened vinegar-based drink with an earthy, savory character.)


Borne out of pandemic limitations, piKINic was KIN’s solution to fulfilling their mission of connecting community through food and fun, in a creative and nourishing way. piKINic is a unique dining experience on the hillside “ampitheater” just outside the restaurant, feature performances by local and touring artists every Sunday and Tuesday (and the occasional Saturday) through the summer and fall months. Relax in the grass and enjoy food, cocktails, beer, wine, and non-alcoholic drinks made from local Idaho, farm-fresh ingredients. Seating is limited. Check the KIN calendar for upcoming events and purchase tickets.

piKINic at KIN restaurant

KIN Kind

KIN supports a number of causes impacting the local community, focusing primarily on issues of food insecurity, social and racial justice, arts, and sustainability. Each month, KIN creates an original cocktail and donates the proceeds to a featured non-profit organization.

Photo Credits: Guy Hand