Get ready for some new local restaurants, coming to a rapidly growing area in North Meridian.
A listing shows newly committed tenants at Orchard Park, a large development under construction in Meridian.
Orchard Park, formerly Linder Village, is a large mixed-use development with commercial buildings, office space, drive-thru sites, parking lots and future residential development in North Meridian.
LoopNet’s project listing now has several new tenants listed.
In what is labeled “Library Plaza,” new tenants include The Wylder, The STIL, Lemon Tree Co., and Form and Function. The Meridian Library District is also listed as a tenant.
Each of the four food outlets listed is local.
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The Wylder has a location in downtown Boise and is also behind the Wyld Child and Certified Bakery. The Wylder has a variety of pizzas, such as Honey Badger and Gem State of Mind.
STIL has a location in downtown Boise and the Bench. This local ice cream shop offers signature flavors like Deja Vu and Bake Sale.
Lemon Tree Co. is a sandwich and salad shop with locations in downtown Boise, Harris Ranch and ParkCenter. The menu features items like the PB and JJB Sandwich and the Sausage and Pear Salad.
From and Function is a coffee shop in downtown Boise. They offer staples like espresso and lattes and sell their own signature coffee beans.
Across the parking lot, another local restaurant, Biscuit and Hogs, is listed.
Biscuit and Hogs has a location on Overland in Meridian and launched in 2020 as an offshoot of the Sunrise Cafe. It features high-end brunch and breakfast foods. It is the sister chain of the Brucnhette restaurants.
LoopNet’s description also shows Wendy’s, Olive Garden, Chipotle, Jamba Juice, and Mo’ Bettahs Hawaiian Style Food scattered throughout the development.
Orchard Park is anchored by a large Winco Foods store and the future Meridian library site, which is under construction.
The project provides future space for multi-family and single-family homes as well as a large mixed-use “Barn” facility and food hall.