We only make it to Sun Valley once every one to two years, but since our first visit to The Ketchum Grill, we make it a point to go whenever we are in the area. Make reservations! Although the historic little house turned restaurant is pretty large, especially in summer when patio dining is available, it is so popular, you will wait quite a while for a table if you don't have a reservation. I had Idaho trout, which may sound boring unless you taste the pickled fennel, capers and lemon sauce. I had asked for polenta instead of potatoes, but got potatoes any way. They were too good to complain for an exchange. Great creme brûlée. Small but cute bar and lots of atmosphere to accompany the food. Husband had slow cooked elk and he loved it.
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