815 West Bannock St
Monday to Saturday: 9am – 7pm
Sunday Brunch: 9am – 4pm
The one-and-only Even Stevens in Boise offers the best sandwiches, salads and more in a fun, casual environment.
At our convenient downtown location, our experienced team members skillfully craft signature sandwiches with a passion for sensational flavors and fresh, high-quality ingredients. You’ll see why our customers say we’re one of the best reasons to move to Boise.
We also offer event catering and a full range of corporate catering services. Whether you’re looking for a breakfast platter for your catered brunch or boxed lunches for your business lunch meeting, we’re available to help you with all your business lunch catering needs.
Even Stevens offers a full dine-in experience in our sandwich restaurant in downtown Boise. Just walking distance to many shops, our space is directly adjacent to Freak Alley, the largest outdoor mural gallery in the northwest.
Visit us when you’re downtown and enjoy one of our signature sandwiches. We can make any of our sandwiches with our famous gluten-free bread, always fluffy and sliced thick. Or try something from our breakfast menu. It’s available all day and features the highest-rated breakfast sandwich and breakfast burritos in Boise.
When you don’t have time to dine in, stop by and grab an order to go. You can order online or with our mobile app and we’ll have your take-out order ready when you arrive.
We provide affordable sandwich catering as well as breakfast and lunch catering for events of all types. Our corporate catering options include business boxed lunches and family-style platters for meetings, conferences, office parties and more.
We have a variety of fruit, vegetable, side dish and sandwich platters available for your buffet-style events as well as boxed lunches when you want customized meal options for each employee or guest.
Visit our menu online to learn more about our catering options or contact us directly so we can create a corporate catering menu for you at a price you’ll like.
One day in Downtown Boise, a man with a sharpie started drawing on the backdoor of a little diner called Moon’s Kitchen. When the owners of Moon’s Kitchen caught him, they looked over at his handy work, and told him to keep going.
The rest is history unfolding at Freak Alley, an outdoor street art gallery now run as a non-profit founded by that dude with a sharpie, Colby Akers. The 30-foot brick walls and back alleyways create an inclusive gallery space for artists of all skill levels to make their mark.
The backdoor of Moon’s Kitchen is now the backdoor of our sandwich shop, but it will forever bear the original signage. A roomy patio stretches out into the alley, and makes the perfect spot for a sandwich, a cold beer, and a good view of live art taking place at any of the gallery’s numerous annual events.