Ryan and Lindee Wiscombe

Ryan and Lindee Wiscombe recently purchased the building at 1015 N. 10th St. where they will be opening a Palate Street Bistro restaurant next month.

POCATELLO — You grow up in the kitchen, learning how to perfect a recipe from your father who was once known as one of Pocatello’s best executive chefs.

You try your hand working at one of the Gate City staple restaurants that your dad helped get off the ground, only to find out that that grind just isn’t your jam. Then, you plunge head first into opening your own business, a food truck that offers upscale finger food at an affordable price.

Palate Street truck food

Some of the chef’s favorites served up daily at Palate Street Bistro located at Jim Dandy Brewing in Pocatello.

Food from Palate Street

Left photo is the Palate Burger, the top right photo is the blackened crawfish alfredo and the bottom right photo is the Jagerschnitzel.

Palate Street Bistro catering

The catering setup for Palate Street Bistro.

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