This is a very small restaurant in an historical 1927 building in downtown Ketchum. It probably seats a bit more than 20 people but the cuisine is eclectic. I had some Cajun oysters in a broth that were excellent. Done to perfection. Followed by Chilean sea bass in puff pastry over snap peas with a salsa that also included a small amount of crab. The wine list was varied with a high end list for those willing to step up to a special selection (with requisite pricing). Would highly recommend it both for ambience (although because of the size it was loud) and for the plates, which our entire dining party of 7 agreed were very special.
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