Ketchum is a small town in the Sun Valley alpine skiing area and can be considered a gateway to the world renowned Bald Mountain Ski slopes and Idaho’s majestic Sawtooth National Forest. Ketchum and the Sun Valley first became popular as the seasonal home of America’s rich and famous, a tradition started by no other than Ernest Hemingway, whose final resting place is located in Ketchum’s cemetery. We check out the top ten places to dine if you ever find yourself in this beautiful corner of the world.
One of the most highly rated restaurants in Ketchum, The Kneadery has a lovely cabin atmosphere. The dining area is decorated with various vintage memorabilia, signs and contraptions from Ketchum’s historical past. The Kneadery probably offers the region’s best rustic home style cooking. The portions are generous, appetizing and wholesome. All meals use locally sourced ingredients like home baked bread, farmstead eggs, seasonal fruits and top quality meats. The breakfast at Kneadery should not be missed if heading for a long day on the Bald Mountain.
The Kneadery, 260 Leadville Ave North, Ketchum, ID, USA +1 208 726 9462