Bars have become the meeting places of choice now that libraries, public parks, and desolate midnight crossroads are all under Prohibition. Enjoy a legal and delicious dalliance with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 of pub fare and pours at Cheerleaders Sports Bar & Grill in Meridian.
Cheerleaders offers sports fanatics a full menu of finger-friendly fare backed by numerous draft beers and many peripherally friendly TVs. Fans can dive into the action with the Final Four, a showdown between buffalo wings, mozzarella fingers, onion rings, and fries ($12.99), before settling in for the main event, such as the Finger Steaks—tri-tip steaks that are hand breaded and served with barbecue sauce ($10.99)—and the Juicy Lucy—a generous pound of 100% Angus beef stuffed with a blend of potent cheeses ($12.99). Throughout the visit, patrons can restore hoarse voices with pints of award-winning PBR ($1.50) or one of the other 35 beers on tap. Before the regulation buzzer sounds, sweet finishers can scramble for desserts that defy culinary rules, including deep-fried Snickers and ice cream ($3.99).
Catching a game is as easy as catching a bite at Cheerleaders. Each straight-backed wooden booth is a luxury box with its own personal TV, which supplements the army of more than 60 in-house screens. The bar also serves breakfast 7 a.m.–noon on weekends, allowing early risers to refuel while watching game recaps or overseas futbol friendlies.
Cheerleaders Sports Bar & Grill
A personal TV accents every booth at Cheerleaders Sports Bar & Grill, where chefs kick out hearty steaks, half-pound Angus beef burgers, and a slew of entrees to sports fans. Taps at the full bar work overtime filling glasses with 37 draft beers under the watchful headlights of a Shelby GT500E Mustang, inspiring cheers that rise and swell through the spacious dining room with every touchdown, home run, or umpire fight that's broadcast from 1 of 61 TVs. Classics include hand-breaded finger steaks, chicken caesar wraps, and irish nachos and wings; for dessert, the chefs craft caramel pecan turtle cheesecakes and deep-fried Snickers. The aromas of breakfast fill the family-friendly dining room on weekends from 7 a.m. until noon.
3541 N Eagle Rd.
Meridian, Idaho 83646Get Directions