A personal TV accents every booth at Cheerleaders Sports Bar & Grill, where chefs kick out hearty steaks, half-pound Angus beef burgers, and a slew of entrees to sports fans. Taps at the full bar work overtime filling glasses with 37 draft beers under the watchful headlights of a Shelby GT500E Mustang, inspiring cheers that rise and swell through the spacious dining room with every touchdown, home run, or umpire fight that's broadcast from 1 of 61 TVs. Classics include hand-breaded finger steaks, chicken caesar wraps, and irish nachos and wings; for dessert, the chefs craft caramel pecan turtle cheesecakes and deep-fried Snickers. The aromas of breakfast fill the family-friendly dining room on weekends from 7 a.m. until noon.
Red chairs pop against the classic black-and-white checkered floor tiles at Korner Bistro. The green plants that fleck the interior offer an aesthetic touch similar to the foam art found atop hot espresso drinks. The balance of the elegant yet cozy ambience matches the balance of the menu. Grilled paninis, 6- to 13-inch sandwiches, and an array of pastries complement a full slate of hot and iced café beverages.
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I have taken the scone dough, which is a very active dough with all the rising ingredients, and stretched it, pulled it, rolled it and came up with all kinds of unique ideas for it's use. We have sconewiches, scone sticks, sweet & savory scones and much more. Scottish scones that are deep fried versus English scones baked
Preece Designer Chocolate hand-dips and drizzles its traditional, truffle, and signature-flavored fillings in rich chocolate made from cocoa beans harvested by farmers on the Ivory Coast. Caramel coats triple-chocolate nougat in the Chocopolitan ($0.95 each; $7.50 for 8), and the Bordeaux ($0.95 each; $7.50 for 8) encases brown sugar buttercream into a chocolaty sarcophagus befitting of sweet-toothed royalty. Whereas the Blue Velvet melds blue cheese and chocolate ($0.95 each; $7.50 for 8), the Velvet Hammer piles caramel, coffee, and chocolate atop one another ($0.95 each; $7.50 for 8). Additionally, salty and sweet flavors meld in potato chips smothered in chocolate ($6.50/6 oz.) offer a tastier treat than a peanut-butter-and-jellyfish sandwich.
Aided by a colorful interior and made-to-order burritos bursting with more than 20 choice fillings, KB's earned accolades from the New York Times as one of the top things to do in Sun Valley. Extra-large tortilla pockets ($8.49) dominate KB's menu with Boise burritos packing salmon, spinach and potatoes, and Ketchum burritos bundle steak, beans, rice, and guacamole. Unlike parents browsing a maternity ward, diners can pick and choose items with create-your-own burritos, drawing from a variety of stuffings such as sunflower seeds, carrots, and KB's homemade salsa. Other Mexican eats range from enchilada tacos ($4.99) to R & B salads ($6.99), which—like turtles streaking on the beach—flee the shell, favoring beds of crunchy romaine, black beans, and cabbage drizzled with cilantro-lime vinaigrette.