We were travelling back to Canada on I15 in early March 2013 when we decided to pull off at Blackfoot, ID.. to find a place to have la late unch. Spotted Stockman's Restaurant on our Garmin Navigator and as the name appealed decided to go there. The restaurant is well located off a busy street which had good access back to the Interstate. It had a rustic appearance. Inside there were high backed comfortable booths on one wall and a number of tables. A large stone fireplace adorned one corner and there were old style western items on display. There was a table of local cowboys and another with a family of five and a couple of what appeared to business people. The waitress was welcoming and friendly but not overly so. I had a 10 oz steak as didn't feel I could handle the AYCE item. My wife ordered a sirloin burger. The waitress advised that the beef was locally grown and processed. The steak was done to a perfect Med Rare and the burger was well cooked but not charred. The meal was ample and reasonably priced. We would recommend as a place to stop for a substantial lunch or meal.
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