Friday, September 7, 2012

Sun Valley Harvest Festival 2012

The signature foodie event in the region, the Sun Valley Harvest Festival is celebrating its third year coming up next month. Held from September 21 - 23, Friday through Sunday,  the three day festival combines internationally recognized winemakers and chefs with flavors from the agricultural wonders of Idaho and the Northwest.

 

Restaurant Walk at the Sun Valley Harvest Festival


Friday, Sept. 21
5-7 p.m.
Ketchum town square
$35

Stroll the streets of historic Ketchum during the Restaurant Walk and sample eclectic cuisines and a moveable feast of the grandest proportion. The Restaurant Walk serves as the kick-off event for the Harvest Festival. Start at the Ketchum Town Square to check in and get your wrist band. Then you are on the loose to follow your taste buds through town and stroll amongst the featured restaurants, including Rickshaw, Tranquility and Rico's. Enjoy each restaurant’s fall offering paired with a wine, beer or beverage of choice. This is a great way to sample some of Sun Valley’s finest eateries and enjoy a beautiful fall evening in scenic downtown Ketchum!

Shopping at the Sun Valley Harvest Marketplace


Saturday, September 22nd
10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Carol’s Dollar Lodge
Free

Peruse local produce, meats and dairy products from regional farmers and ranchers, artisan food makers and cheese mongers, organic coffee and tea, the latest in kitchen gadgets and much more.

The Marketplace will work in conjunction with the cooking demonstrations that take place under the lawn tent just outside the marketplace. Listen to one of our guest chefs present their take on local Idaho food, sample their menu, pick-up a recipe, and then buy the ingredients in the Marketplace!

Are you attending the Harvest Festival in Sun Valley Idaho?


What events are you looking forward to attending? Perhaps a cooking demonstration by one of the chefs? Maybe the martini and caviar party, or the various artisan harvest dinners being held. We want to hear what makes you interested in visiting Sun Valley this summer or fall.

Lodging in Sun Valley Idaho


If you are a foodie, than you probably know the value of local products and producers. Support another local business when you come for the Harvest Festival and stay at one of our central Idaho bed and breakfasts.

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