You are missing Zoe 75 and the Ketchum Grill at the top of your rankings. Beats the top two you have listed here.
wider and more popular food choices
Of course this is my opinion(:>)
Thanks for the details on this area. It sounds like a delightful place to visit and maybe live for a while. With the rental by owner options, are these more permanent in nature or are they like jaco rentals that can be acquired for a single trip? The amenities in the area sound ideal and could be great fun. http://bestinjaco.com
I suggest that you take your bike with you and do some extra miles with it, by this act, you have a double effects which is traveling vacation while doing exercise. You'll be the judge on this one if this works.
In Hailey you have missed the reasonable and always delicious daVinci's. They have a great outdoor deck for summer dining and very affordable prices for consistently tasty Italian food.
They have been a mainstay in Hailey since 1996 and continue to be the locals italian restaurant.
As a local, I think you did a great job. Of course there's other places worthy of mention but I can't quibble with the entries on your list. The fact that it is hard to make a business work in a resort economy especially a restaurant means that those that survive have done a great job not only with their food but also how to manage a staff year-round. E.g., Many restaurants have killer specials during slack mainly to keep their staff supplied with some steady income. It would probably be cheaper to close during slack but he'd lose the staff he'd need during the peak periods.
Having eaten in the valley quite a bit as well as Boise, Seattle and elsewhere, I don't think you'd find the prices terribly different for the nice restaurants than you'd find in Boise. In fact, they are quite a bit cheaper than Seattle.
Kent, don't forget your deep ducky roots either
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