Sun Valley Harvest Festival: Restaurant Walk

Only a few days away, the Sun Valley Harvest Festival is looking at one of the year’s most incredible weather weekends of the year. There is nothing more beautiful than a blue-sky day against the dark evergreen horizon, unless it’s that same day injected with energized culinary magic, great food and good company. As a wrap up to the many great touchpoints of the festival, the Restaurant Walk Friday night will showcase the best of the best.

In addition to all of the other perks that come with a pass to the Sun Valley Harvest Festival there will be divine dishes from 14 of Ketchum’s most popular local . If you’re taking advantage of great value of the VIP pass, you’ll be starting off at SEGO with the Martini and Caviar party and all of the weekend’s demos, presentations and events will be included for you. A couple of other pass options are also available.

If you can’t make the other events of the festival and just want to do the walk, it is possible to purchase a wristband good for just that event. In fact, there is an a la carte menu, so to speak, for individual tickets to many of the events at

The Restaurant Walk will wind through Ketchum, stopping to sample tastes of delightful fare from favorites SEGO, Ketchum Grill, Il Naso, Ciro, Globus, Rico’s, Rasberrys Catering, Rickshaw, Bistro 44, Cornerstone, Vintage, Glow Live and Papa Hemi’s. Local caterers will also participate, and even Silver Creek Outfitters will chime in, with some knock-your-socks-off samples.

The chefs will mix it up with creative ingredients supplied by Sysco of Boise, Idaho’s Bounty, Snake River Farms beef, Lava Lake Lamb, Fish Processor of Idaho trout,
Purple Sage Farms spices, Peaceful Belly corn, M&M heath heirloom small white beans and heirloom Yukon potatoes, Sugar Loaf Farm carrots and green onions, Rice Farm Yukon gold potatoes, leeks and eggplant and Waterwheel cucumbers, just to get your taste buds working.

Also going on this weekend are the Baldy Hill Climb and the Wood River Valley Solar and Green Building Expo, both of which would be suitable Saturday morning outings in between Harvest Festival events. Bring your bike and/or your architectural questions, along with your appetite, for a yummy, educational and memorable visit to Blaine County this weekend.

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