Upcoming Dates

Weekend Brunch at The Riverside Hotel

WEEKEND BRUNCH MUSIC SCHEDULE

Our weekends offer an expanded buffet, along with hand-carved prime rib and ham, eggs benedict and eggs Florentine, dessert bar, bottomless mimosas and more!  In addition, we feature live local music to maximize your weekend relaxation. 

Hours: Saturday & Sunday: 6am-1pm in the Riverside Grill and 9am-12pm in The Sapphire Room

Live Local music: 9am-12pm, every Saturday & Sunday

Kids 10 & Under; $7.99, Adults: $16.99, Senior (60+): $12.99

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 TO MAKE YOUR BRUNCH RESERVATION TODAY

or CALL 208-331-4936 TO MAKE RESERVATIONS OVER THE PHONE

 

Sunday, August 19th, 2018

Weekend Brunch Admission Price: Free and open to the public

Riverside Grill Weekend Brunch 9am-Noon: Johann Helton

Master of classical Guitar, Funky music, Jazz, Folk. Electric guitar, Classical guitar, Acoustic guitar, 12-string, Electric bass, Upright bass...Come and hear guitarist, Johann Helton at our weekend brunch at the Riverside Grill!

For more information on our weekend brunch, visit: http://riversideboise.com/dining/all-idaho-grand-breakfast-buffet For more information about Johann Helton, visit: http://www.johannhelton.com/

 

Sapphire Local Music Brunch 9am-Noon: Rob Harding Duo

Rob Harding is a professional guitarist, singer and songwriter. His thirty-plus years of experience began in the early 1980′s, when he teamed up with Cowboy Ernie Sites and opened for such acts as Riders in the Sky, David Grisman, and Ritchie Havens. He subsequently joined the folk-country band Desertsong who toured from Montana to Alaska, then after various solo and combo stints became part of the Piranha Brothers Band, playing 60′s & 70′s rock and pop and opening for, among others, Marshal Tucker Band. During this same period Rob helped found the 50′s rock band Those Phabulous Phakers, opening for the Tokens and backing the Drifters.

Saturday, August 25th, 2018

Weekend Brunch Admission Price: Free and open to the public

Riverside Grill Weekend Brunch 9am-Noon: Matthew Tutsky

Harpist Matthew Tutsky will perform from 9am to 12pm on our lobby stage during our Signature Weekend Brunch Buffet. Music is free.

For more information on the weekend brunch, visit: http://riversideboise.com/dining/all-idaho-grand-breakfast-buffet

For more information on Matthew Tutsky, visit: http://www.matthewtutsky.com/

 

Sapphire Local Music Brunch 9am-Noon: Michaela French & Joel Kaserman

Rob Harding is a thirty plus year veteran professional singer, songwriter, guitarist who has played from Alaska to Florida.  He has played various genres including bluegrass, country, rock, western swing, focusing more on a jazz bent as of late.  Rob recently returned to Idaho after having spent several years in Austin, Texas where he played in several bands, sharing the stage with such acts as Asleep at the Wheel, Robert Earl Keen, Texas Tornadoes, Reckless Kelly, Ray Wiley Hubbard, Dale Watson, Johnny Lee, among others.  His recent CD is gaining international recognition and airplay.   Music is central to Rob's life and he invites others to share in the love of it.

Sunday, August 26th, 2018

Weekend Brunch Admission Price: Free and open to the public

Riverside Grill Weekend Brunch 9am-Noon: Matthew Tutsky

Harpist Matthew Tutsky will perform from 9am to 12pm on our lobby stage during our Signature Weekend Brunch Buffet. Music is free.

For more information on the weekend brunch, visit: http://riversideboise.com/dining/all-idaho-grand-breakfast-buffet

For more information on Matthew Tutsky, visit: http://www.matthewtutsky.com/

 

Sapphire Local Music Brunch 9am - Noon: Ben Burdick Duo

Ben Burdick performs originals, jazz standards, pop tunes and improvisations. A music veteran of 30 years, Ben has performed and recorded with Grammy‐nominated Rosalie Sorrels, singer/songwriter Rebecca Scott and many other artists in Boise. Ben’s guitar work can be heard encompassing blues, jazz, country, fusion, finger‐style, bluegrass, rock, and an occasional diversion into the avant garde. His own albums, demonstrate his diversity: “Burdick contradicts the jack‐of‐all‐trades aphorism; he truly is master of all.” - Alan Fark (2004 CD review of Acoustic Musings) "...Burdick really can play. It only takes listening to him for a few seconds to tell he's a real jazzer." —Dan McMahon, Boise Weekly