* '''NRS''', a premier river rafting clothing and equipment company is in Moscow.
* '''McConnell Mansion
Musium''', a mansion built in 1886, which is now a museum run by the Latah County Historical Society.
== Do ==
* '''Pizza''' - Gambinos on 6th Street by the University have crisp crust pizza, deep dish pizza and pizza pot pie. They also offer pastas, soups, sandwiches and desserts.
*''' Smoky Mountain Pizzeria Grill, Pizza and pasta with lunch and dinner buffet and delivery.;
Pizza Perfection (offers 2 for 1 pizza deal on carry-out orders!)...
. *''' National pizza and fast food chains are also present.
* '''The Breakfast Club''' - Downtown, Main Street. Excellent quality, generous portions, and affordable breakfast and lunch, hours are 6am-2pm. Staff is very friendly and service-oriented. Atmosphere congenial and relaxed.
* '''Patty's Mexican Kitchen''' - On 6th Street by the U of I. Order-at-the-counter Mexican food. Famed for unbelievably spicy Barbed Wire Burrito, Fish Tacos and vegetarian tamales. They also cater with a special gimmick a 6' long party burrito served in a pine box.
* '''La Casa Lopez''' - Mexican food and full bar in a colorful atmosphere meant to mimic a plaza in quaint yet vibrant Mexican town. Lunch deals of around 6 dollars. Popular for their chicken en mole, bean dip served complimentary, and claim of the best margarita in town. Located in downtown Moscow on Main St. heading south from HWY 8.
* '''San Miguel's Family Mexican Restaurant''' - Located on North Main Street, next to the Moscow Clinic. Delicious, attractively prepared, plentiful, reasonably priced (around ten dollars per person for fajitas), authentic (not Tex-Mex) Mexican food prepared any way you like. Noted for their 5 or 6 different homemade salsas. The tomatilla salsa, the cabbage salsa, ranchero salsa, made from several kinds of chillis they grow themselves, is the strongest. They have a full bar as well as being known for their Horchata, a sweet, non-alcoholic traditional beverage, made of ground almonds, sesame seeds, rice milk, barley or tigernuts.
*'''West of Paris 403 S. Main Street phone 208-882-4279" http://www.westofparis.com This restaurant on Friendship Square offers French cuisine. The atmosphere is quiet, and does it's best to create a comfortable atmosphere despite close quarters in the dining room. The chef, Francis Foucachon, is sure to greet you at your table during the evening. They offer entrees, cheeses, wines and desserts. Prices range from around 10 a person for lunch to around 20 a person at dinner.
-The Corner Club : Featured in the February 2005 edition of Sports Illustrated as one of the best sports bars in the country. The Corner Club is one of Moscow's unofficial historic landmarks. They feature free peanut night on Wednesday and have excellent popcorn throughout the week. Beers are purchased in 32oz 'tubs' and are incredibly cheap. The Club, as it is referred to by most, has a shuffleboard table and outdoor seating for warm weather. It is most frequented by the Greek student population from the University of Idaho.
-Mingles : This is a billiard bar with lots of tables by the hour and two pay by the game ($.50). It also has a large screen tv and a couple smaller ones with seating areas. This bar was in the top 100 college bars in a special college issue of Playboy magazine. On Sundays they have penny pool (one cent per minute...$.60/hour), and Thursdays ladies get free pool (can be a group of guys and girls, as long as a girl pays). This bar is frequented more by the off-campus students, and serves a lunch/dinner menu until midnight 6 days a week and until eleven on Sunday as well as Sunday brunch.
-John's Alley : Often referred to as "The Alley", it is located at 114 E 6th St. It features live music, a dart board, a pool table and a shuffle board table.
-The Garden Lounge : On the corner of 3rd and Main Open until 2 every night. The garden is a place used by local businessmen and proffesors as well as college students as a conversation den. Most popular for it's blue monday deals where many mixed drinks and cocktails are priced at two dollars. and martini thursday where a list of standard as well as unuaual martinis are 3.00 each.
-Champions Grill and Bar : Across the street from the Garden. Open until 2 every night. A sports bar boasting a round bar entirely encircled with big screen televisions. Food should be made available by the end of April 2010. At the time of this the bar has been opened but the kitchen is still being installed and the bathrooms redone. Atmosphere seems to be in a mildly nevada casino theme though they don't permit gambling.
CJ's Night Club 112 North Main. D.Jed music and karaoke along with drink deals seem to be the draw to this location.
== Sleep ==
* '''Best Western University Inn''' 1516 Pullman Road, Moscow, Idaho 83843, 208-882-0550 / 800-325-8765. Higher prices for great location right by the mall. Prices go up during special events. [http://www.uinnmoscow.com] Excellent accommodations. Has a pool. Only one I've stayed in.
* '''La Quinta Inn''' 185 Warbonnet Dr, Moscow, Idaho 83843, 208-882-5365. Lower prices but more out of the way. By Wal-mart and Applebees. [http://www.lq.com/lq/properties/propertyProfile.do?ident=LQ898]