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Rasberrys Catering & Bistro uses fresh, local and organic ingredients whenever possible. The favors we are using for the ending of our beautiful summer season heading into fall are squash, tomatoes, beans, stone fruit, apples, pears and all varieties of grapes. When you visit Rasberrys for lunch, prepare to delight your pallet with unique and flavorful autumn combinations. The patio will be open as long as weather permits and downstairs is always cozy and inviting. Soups, salads and sandwiches are on the menu made with this season’s bounty. The Mexican dishes are flavorful and some of our customers’ favorites. There’s fresh baked breads, handcrafted sodas, small-batch house-made ice creams and delectable desserts to enjoy there or take home for later. Callie and Maeme Rasberry and their staff invite you to dine Monday-Friday at the Bistro. Visit them at the Ketchum Farmers on Tuesdays too. See you soon!
The Sun Valley Club is much more than just a golf course and nordic center, it’s also a restaurant and full bar open to everyone. Young ones will find favorites off the kids menu while those coming fresh off the back nine can sip specialty cocktails or draft beers and enjoy tacos, wings, and more.
For cozy ambiance, delicious wine, and hearty Italian favorites, locals and visitors alike look no further than Il Naso. Situated in downtown Ketchum, Il Naso serves up delicious favorites every night, whether dining as a group in the dining room or with your favorite someone at the wine bar.
Walking into the Pioneer Saloon in Ketchum is like greeting an old friend. It’s often the first stop for locals coming home or visitors starting a memorable vacation. For more than 50 years the Pioneer has been welcoming its loyal customers with a warm and cozy atmosphere that feels more like someone’s home than a restaurant.
From their days as managers of Warm Springs Ranch to today as owners of The Grill at Knob Hill, Bob and Jolie Dunn understand pleasing their customers is the key to them coming back. Long-time favorites like fried chicken, prime rib, Idaho trout and a new twist to the beloved Warm Springs scones and honey butter