2011 Sun Valley Harvest Festival Restaurant Walk

As the second annual Sun Valley Harvest Festival approaches, it’s time to start planning your route through the Festival’s Restaurant Walk! On Friday evening of the Harvest Festival, 15 local restaurants will open their doors and prepare their best culinary efforts for your sampling. Admission to the Restaurant Walk is only $25 for the chance to sample the best of Sun Valley’s local cuisine. Take a look at a few of the participating restaurants to start planning your culinary tour –

Ketchum Grill: Stop by this local favorite for their critically acclaimed American cuisine made using local, fresh ingredients.

Raspberry’s: With two locations, as well as full catering service, you can enjoy Raspberry’s personal take on comfort and ethnic food anytime.

Globus: With upscale, Asian cuisine inspired by food from the Pacific Rim, Globus has a diverse food and drink menu that is sure to please everyone.

Il Naso: Known as much for their gourmet Italian cuisine as their romantic atmosphere, Il Naso is the perfect place for dinner for two.

Rickshaw: Small plates of flavorful, Pan-Asian inspired “street food” make up the menu at Rickshaw with a diverse offering of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options.

Glow Live Foods Café: Feed your body and soul with organic, vegan, live-food that is sourced responsibly and supports Idaho local farms and growers.

Cornerstone Bar and Grill: Stop by Ketchum’s historic restaurant where “wild west meets haute cuisine” with a local twist on city-style grill.

Rico’s Pizza and Pasta: Come sip a glass of wine and relax at this authentic Italian restaurant while sampling traditional pizza, pasta and more.

Cristina’s Restaurant: With traditional Italian cuisine inspired by Christina’s Tuscan childhood, this Italian restaurant also features a full bakery menu with tempting cakes and pastries.

Ciro Restaurant and Wine Bar: As a restaurant, catering service, wine bar, and market, Ciro’s truly has something for everyone with their delicious Italian, yet locally inspired dishes.

Dashi: With an emphasis on eating local, Dashi’s Asian-inspired fusion cuisine crafted from local produce and locally and ecologically farmed meat and poultry, is delicious and eco-conscious.

The Roosevelt Grille:: Whether you’re dining al fresco on the famous rooftop deck or settling into a comfy booth, you will have the very tough job of choosing from the eclectic menu that characterizes “Creative interpretations of classic bistro fare . . . And then some!”

Nourish Me – Prides itself on being a local health food store and cafe, featuring gluten free food products, fresh, local and seasonal produce and a wide variety of supplements. Located in Ketchum, Idaho, it serves the mountain town’s active recreationists with the healthful products they demand and need.

Sayvour – Known for their gourmet gift baskets, and mouthwatering beignets and pastries, Sayvour also caters to the Sun Valley region and prides itself on offering flavours from around the World.

Rolling in Dough – Specializing in fine European pastries, artisan breads and special occasions including; birthday cakes, wedding cakes, crackers, cookies, breakfast and tarts

For more information about the Restaurant Walk or a map of participating restaurants, visit http://www.sunvalleyharvestfestival.com/blog//events-schedule/restaurant-walk/

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