The Stagecoach Inn Restaurant was established in 1959 and is the oldest family operated restaurant in Boise. Once home to gambling (in the back), The Stagecoach is now known for their "famous prawns" and the waitresses in fringed dresses. The windowless, wood-lined bar and restaurant serves strong drinks (maybe the strongest in town) and big steaks. The dark atmosphere hasn't changed much in its 50 years of business. Rumour has it that numerous politicians and influential business men have made deals, picked up women and had too much to drink in the bar of the Stagecoach (there's a reason there's a peephole on the front door!). If you're looking for Boise, or want to experience a staple of old Boise, a visit to the Stagecoach is a must.