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Noteworthy far-flung grub

The Treasure Valley is hardly the only place to find great food in Idaho. This short list of restaurants highlights just a few that are well worth a little extra drive time.

Caldwell/Marsing

The Orchard House

14949 Sunnyslope Road, Caldwell, 208-459-8200, theorchardhouse.us

When you've worked up a hunger wine tasting, this is your food stop. $$

The Sandbar restaurant

18 Sandbar Ave., Marsing, 208-896-4124, sandbarriverhouse.com

Located on the banks of the Snake River for more than 40 years, the eatery has an extensive menu highlighted by steak and seafood dishes. $$$

Hailey/Ketchum

CK's Real Food

320 Main St., Hailey, 208-788-1223, cksrealfood.com

A casual eatery featuring local, organic, sustainable and seasonal fare inspired by world cuisine. $$

Pioneer Saloon

320 Main St., Ketchum, 208-726-3139, pioneersaloon.com

Giant steaks, giant bakers and great drinks in a timeless Western joint. $$$

Sego Restaurant and Bar

131 Washington Ave., Ketchum,

208-928-7878, segorestaurant.com

Big-city sophistication in a mountain setting with contemporary American cuisine and a focus on sustainable practices and local products. $$$

McCall

The Mill Steak and Spirits

324 N. Third St., McCall, 208-634-7683, themillmccallidaho.com

Old school meat and potatoes done the right way. $$$

Salmon River Brewery

300 Colorado St., McCall, 208-634-4772, salmonriverbrewery.com

"Brewshi," Mongolian bowls, brats and burgers. And the big "b": beer. Made in house, of course. $

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