Winstead Park is a neighborhood in Boise, Idaho with a population of 5,963. Winstead Park is in Ada County. Living in Winstead Park offers residents an urban suburban mix feel and most residents rent their homes. In Winstead Park there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Winstead Park and residents tend to lean liberal. The public schools in Winstead Park are above average.
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Some popular restaurants near by are Olive Garden, Texas Road House, PF Changs, On the Boarder, Red Lobster, Buffalo Wild Wings, Red Robin, and various other restaurants. Many favorite dishes are usually steak and burgers. I am not a good informant on the bar/nightlife being a recent 18 year old and alcohol minor.
Many time anything we need in our neighborhood it is easy to get to a store that carries what we are looking for. It is occasionally hard to find something really specific on occasion, but generally if you ask for help, the workers are super friendly and will help you find what you are looking for or tell you which store does or should carry it.
The weather here is great. Sometimes it is super sunny, then in 10 minutes you could have hail, rain, and snow within those minutes. It is usually fairly warm, dry weather. The winter gets some snow that stays and turns to ice for a week or more. In the winter it can get to -5 degrees fahrenheit to 115 in the summer.