Fresh from the Farm
If you’re looking for the freshest fare, make sure to stop by the downtown Meridian Main Street Market from April through October. Visitors will find items ranging from fresh produce and meats to honey and baked goods. In addition, there are crafts, artwork, clothing, and beer and wine. The market allows the city’s entrepreneurial kids to have booths, too!
Surf & Turf
The name Divine Wine Cork & Fork sums up this elegant restaurant, which serves creative entrees alongside a large wine list. Hand-carved beef and a large selection of draft beers are on tap at Kahootz Steak & Ale House, also offering chicken, pasta and seafood. Speaking of seafood, you’ll want to order some of the fresh fish (choose Asian, Mexican, Cajun or Northwestern style) at Lucky Fins Seafood Grill.
You Won’t Go Hungry in Meridian, ID
If you’re craving some delicious American-style food – think potato skins, wings, rib eyes, burgers, sandwiches and creative salads alongside beer and cocktails – then these restaurants are the perfect place for a meal. Diners will find large menus with plenty of options at Jakers Bar & Grill, The Curb Bar & Grill, Yard House and Rudy’s Pub & Grill.
Eat Your Heart Out
So many restaurants, so little time! To make it easier (and more fun!) sign up for an Indulge Boise walking food tour in Meridian. You can explore the local food scene while learning more about the cuisine, culture and architecture of Meridian’s historic downtown area.
A Taste of the World
tart with chorizos or calamari, then try some lamb stew, ink fish or roasted garlic chicken. That’s what you’ll find at Epi’s A Basque Restaurant, which specializes in tasty dishes from Basque Country, a region between north central Spain and southwestern France. If Italian fare is more to your liking, head to Grimaldi’s Brick-Oven Pizzeria or Flatbread Neapolitan Pizzeria. You can’t go wrong with a caramelized fennel and sausage, chopped veggie or white pizza with garlic pie.
This article is sponsored by the Meridian Chamber of Commerce.