Like subway or pita pit, they make the food right in front of you, so you can choose toppings and keep out the things you don't like. VERY BIG burritos and salads with a drink for under $10. A lunch here will keep you full til dinner time.
The food here is acceptable, but several people I know, including my wife, have gotten sick after eating their salads and chicken dishes- so I'd steer clear of those unless you're feeling daring... The sangrias are tasty and the atmosphere is very nice. In addition, most of the staff is friendly, but the wait times can be long. One of the only "nice" sit-down restaurants in Moscow.
PLEASE - Go to Taco Time, Patty's Kitchen or Casa instead if you are downtown- Qdoba on the west end or go to Taco Bell or Jalisco at the Eastside Marketplace. I honestly thought the food here tasted like it came out of a frozen dinner box - which is unacceptable no matter how little it costs. You would be better off to pick up a frozen enchilada dinner from Winco or Rosaurers...
The other reviewer has some strange things to say... this is the truth. Pita Pit is a great place to get "healthy" (and great-tasting) pitas. The pitas are especially good after you've been hitting the bars along main street. Pita Pit is usually open to the wee hours of the morning, but the close early or have odd hours when students (their main customers) are out of town.
The food here used to be great because they delivered food to your table from the italian restaurant next door- now the food pickings are slim. I do enjoy drinking here though, because there is ample seating to accomodate groups of friends. They also have a large non-smoking section, which is hard to find in an Idaho bar...
Rudy's is a good burger joint and serves the standard sides like fries and onion rings. They have great shakes and desserts as well. Plus hot dogs for the kids! I think they are a bit slow, especially during peak hours, and that is the only reason I'm not giving them 4 stars.
While I do not like all the wines they sell here, it is very easy to pick out the wines you DO like by going in any weekday afternoon for an inexpensive wine-tasting. They are friendly and easy to work with and the only local winery open to the public. They also custom label wine for events like weddings, graduations and business promotions.
I went here with my wife to get a few gifts and they were very helpful. The staff had tried several of the wines they were selling- and helped to pick wines to match our tastes and price range- there were also several food stuffs and wine-related merchandise for sale. If you are looking for a stress-free wine-buying experience go here! Most of the wines are mid-range, perfect for the beginning wine taster.
Sun Rental has been around forever, and they have reasonable prices. They rent everything from construction equipment to costumes. I went to them to rent equipment for my wedding- and they are very eager to please, especially if you come to them in advance. Be sure to call early if you have a big event, since a lot of their stock is limited (especially matching items like chairs.)
"Idaho's most interesting store" has one of the widest selection of random products I've ever seen and I can easily spend an hour there looking at hunting, camping and fishing supplies. It also carries homebrew and wine making supplies, cooking and bbq supplies, clothing, shoes, gardening, hardware, paint and tons of "local" merchandise and memorabilia. (Not to mention a bunch of random home decorating supplies, random healthfoods, etc.) Everything's at a reasonable price too for the great quality of most of their products.