Ketchum, Idaho, has a long history of wagon parades from settlers in the western frontier, and this is reflected at the historic Ore Wagon Museum. Ketchum is also home to several bar and grill restaurants. You could enjoy a draft beer or a locally made micro brew and pair it with traditional American comfort foods such as beer-battered onion rings accompanied by a bison burger or Angus beef hamburger. There are several coffee shops in the community, where you could begin your day with pastries or a stack of hot cakes with maple syrup and bacon along with a tall mug of hot coffee. If you enjoy Mexican food, Ketchum has many options. You could have a plate of huaraches or carne a la tampiqueña.