Heading to Sun Valley Need Help
Travelling with 2 families on ski trip.......Seek restuarants for family dinners (kids are old enough to eat grown up food) and a couple of dinners with grownups only.
Any type of cuisine is fine. Just looking for a good version of whatever type it is.
Ok, back from Ketchum and Jackson Hole, here's the report:
The Ketchum Grill was very good with a fun crowd.
Went to Christina's for a late lunch, truly good food, authentic Italian.
Vintage is quirky and the food is great. Small menu but definitely into food.
Ketchum Burritos still wonderful with the best fish tacos.
We went to Grumpys after a long day of snowboarding. The burger with the works was great, the beer also, and the crowd was fun.
Jackson Hole was a wonderful eating experience. We went to the Old Yellowstone Garage twice, the Snake River Grill for a classic meal, and Koshu which, though it's small, has great food. Unbelievable wine in every restaurant plus solid cocktails!
Even though we snowboarded from dawn till dusk I think we gained weight from all the great food and wine.
Sorry, Jane. Louie's was great, but they aren't around any more. Sun Valley has gone through some big changes in restaurants over the last 10 years... no more Louie's, China Pepper, Evergreen, Buffalo Cafe,and many more. The good news is that there are still tons of great restaurants. For Pizza, try Rico's or Smokey Mountain Pizza!
Well, can't say I've ever been blown away by a meal in SV (except at the ski lodges), but... at the Lodge, the Sunday Brunch is excellent, a great value & shouldn't be missed, the Ram Restaurant is usully pretty good, Gretchen's is usually pretty blah, the Konditerei, ditto.
Warms Springs & River Run Lodge both have excellent food in the most elegant Ski Lodges ever seen - huge choices & fairly gourmet, considering...
Sushi on Second mixed, but overall, good - liked their tempura. The Kneadery for breakfast, we enjoyed sitting in the bar at Baci Wine bar - excellent pizzas & they'll usually make a custom one for you (scampi, pesto, pine nuts, feta - yummm!!), Roosevelt Tavern ok for munch, Rosina's I'm mixed on - they often have staffing problems & rather limited menu, The Pioneer Saloon (I think it-'s the one across the street from the Casino Bar) has excellent steamed clams (might not be on the menu, but ask) & steaks, Evergreen is very upscale, but I thought overpriced for what it it. They do have an exceellent market for food & wine right downtown, but I'm spacing on the name... sorry!