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Located in Southern Idaho, 130 miles from Boise, Twin Falls is best known for Shoshone Falls, the Niagara of the West. Outdoor adventures include whitewater rafting and BASE jumping from Perrine Bridge, a must-try that earned it spot on Livability.com's Top 10 Death Defying Cities. Twin Falls also boasts a thriving agriculture-based economy, along with a well-supported school district and The College of Southern Idaho.For those people interested in the walkability of a community, Twin Falls has a Walk Score® of 38.
Median Household Income$41,589
Median Home Price$144,300
From family-owned cafés to sophisticated restaurants where nationally known chefs hold court, something delicious is cooking in the Magic Valley. Breakfast is Big Ready for bacon and eggs before heading to work, or looking for a special Sunday brunch? Try the Buffalo Café in Twin Falls, where the house specialty, the Buffalo Chip Skillet, is a plate of fried potatos, chiles, tomato, bacon, sour cream and Cheddar cheese.
When dining out around Southern Idaho, give yourself some time to take it all in because the area has plenty of local favorite spots for everything from big, hearty breakfasts to dinner that are more refined and served with wine. Here's a sampling: Bountiful Breakfasts Stop in the Buffalo Cafe in Twin Falls for its house breakfast specialty, the Buffalo Chip skillet, a combination of fried potatoes, green chilies, sour cream, tomatoes, cheese, green onions and an egg on top.
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