Originally from Cardston, Alberta, Canada Harold (Hal) S. Peterson took a chance in 1979 when he broke ground for Jeremiah's Restaurant and the Best Western High Country Inn. The restaurant was originally called Moore's High Country and later became the High Country Fare. In 1989 it underwent a renovation and was transformed into Jeremiah's. Ground was broken once again in January of 2003 for the biggest renovation since the building was erected in 1979. Although the name and the structure of the building have changed along the way the heart has stayed the same. Hal's motto has always been "give them (the customer) the best." So, stage a wedding or banquet at Jeremiah's or just enjoy a rustic dining experience inside or out. The breakfasts are terrific and for lunch and dinner there are sandwiches, burgers, buffalo chili, Southern fried catfish, pot roast, baby back ribs, fajitas, oven-roasted halibut and a lot more.