Fodor's Expert Review The Pioneer Saloon
A favorite among locals and tourists alike, this saloon-style steak house is a slice of historic Idaho, with buffalo heads, birchbark canoes, and Ernest Hemingway’s shotgun adorning the walls. It’s busy most nights and reservations aren’t accepted, so come early to catch the 5 o’clock crowd, put your name on the list, and enjoy a margarita in the bar, rubbing shoulders with some of Ketchum’s most notable characters. The prime rib is the most popular of the steaks, but if you’re a rib lover (beef or pork), come early and order quick—it serves a limited number and almost always runs out. It also boasts the biggest baked potato in world, available with all the Idaho-style “works.”
320 N. Main St.
Ketchum, Idaho 83340, USA