The internet creates a homestead away from homestead

Homestead Bar & Grill
Idaho Food

My wife and I are in the food industry and always wanted to open a sports family restaurant. In 2015, that dream came true and we opened the Homestead Bar & Grill. Almost everything we do is prepared in-house from scratch, and every six months, we add new items to our menu. During the pandemic, we began offering cocktails and Family Style take-out and delivery options. Our social media platforms were vital in helping us promote these new options. We were able to gain new customers while helping everyone feel safe during uncertain times. Every week we bring in live entertainment and events to help build our community. Using Facebook and Instagram to promote our events helps us reach new and current customers. 

Anisha and Zack Kiebel, Owners 

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