Taxidermized deer and buffalo heads peer down from the walls at Pioneer Saloon, a rustic steak-and-potatoes mainstay on Ketchum’s Main Street. The space is also decked out with statues of cowboys on bucking horses and a cocked shotgun owned by Ernest Hemingway. After a long day on the ski slopes at Baldy, patrons swear by the gargantuan Jim Spud, an Idaho potato loaded with 6 ounces of teriyaki steak scraps, caramelized onions, butter, sour cream and a mound of melting cheddar cheese. But only the hungriest should go solo: This is a beast that’s best shared.
Special Dishes: Jim Spud
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