November 7, 2022
This Issues Topics:
Chehalis • chehalis restaurant • Jeremy's • Lewis County • restaurant

What originally started in 1990 as a small farm-fresh fruit stand, has evolved over the years into the restaurant that the readers of The Chronicle newspaper have voted ‘Best Dinner’ for 2022 in Lewis County. Jeremy’s Farm to Table specializes in not only farm-fresh produce and goods that they personally truck in from as far as Yakima that you can purchase from their farm stands, but also in using those ingredients to make the delicious meals that make this establishment the gem of Chehalis.

When you dine at Jeremy’s you are receiving a meal made from the freshest and highest quality ingredients available from talented Chef Josh and Chef Michael. “This is why the food is so fantastic, because it is Farm to Table…our chefs are phenomenal and bring so much culinary skill and energy to Jeremy’s,” commented Eric Francis, General Manager. “These two (chefs) put in massive amounts of time above and beyond our normal operations to create our amazing new dishes.” explains Francis.

Jeremy’s specializes in many gluten-free dishes, as well as a pizza crust with only trace amounts of gluten in it. One new offering this season is Charcuterie Board featuring chef-selected cured meats, exotic cheeses, in-house pickled seasonal veggies and more!  Live music is featured on the weekends, adding to the ambience of Jeremy’s. 

“One thing we really pride ourselves in is the whole experience of the restaurant, and then follow with great food. This place has that magic. I believe in this restaurant and its amazing chefs and staff make it possible.” states Francis.

Be on the lookout for seasonal specials heading to Jeremy’s, including Thanksgiving dinner that will be available in November. Jeremy’s is located at 576 W Main Street in Chehalis.

Photo caption:  Salvador, breakfast chef with Eric Francis, General Manager and Tammy, long time server at Jeremy’s.

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