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Food Hall/Public Market, Initially, emulating Steve Carlin’s Oxbow Public Market in Napa, California, and features of the Seattle Pike Street Public Market.
Currently, there is substantial interest in taking space within the facility from agricultural and aquaculture producers in the area to use this venue for brand awareness.
Featuring award-winning wines from the great Northwest.
The Snake River Valley, which, similarly to Spain, has hot summer days, cold nights, and little rainfall, a trifecta that’s especially conducive to grape-growing. Its cold winters that allow vines to go dormant are also helpful, as is its high elevation and volcanic soil.
Aquaculture or “aquatic foods” are foods grown in or harvested from water including all types of fish, shellfish and mollusks, edible crustacea, reptiles, amphibians, etc.
We are proud to offer aquatic food that is low in saturated fats, high in protein, and packed full of important nutrients including omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin A, and B vitamins.
These nutrients are essential in maintaining your health—particularly your brain, eyes, and immune system.
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Warfield Brewery and Distillery: This is a craft brewing company based in Ketchum, Idaho. Currently a tenant in my warehouse in Hailey, Idaho. I see having them here will help them build their brand awareness, as they are looking to sell their goods on a much broader scale. They would like to be retailing their beer and liquors from this location. Currently, they sell into several states including via the Idaho State liquor stores, and they would like to expand their distribution. Here they will have a full-on restaurant much as they have in Ketchum, along with brewing four or five types of beer.
KB’s Burritos: A well-received local brand here in the Sun Valley (Hailey and Ketchum) area, as well as in Boise, Twin Falls. A very successful brand, that is looking to expand its presence in other markets. Participating in the Public Market provides us a notable brand, as well as an opportunity for them to promote their growth to other markets.
Sun Valley Coffee/Bakery: Currently doing business as Hailey Coffee Company, in an effort to have a broader acceptance and notable brand, rebranding here in the Public Market for the purpose of expanding their presence into new markets. Their intent is to both offer coffee and baked goods for sale, as well as a restaurant, with unique “wood-fired” prepared meals in the restaurant, emulating the famous Kanab Creek Bakery. As a novel presence, they will be roasting coffee here for people to see.
Looking to have a formal steak house type restaurant on the second floor, that will capture the views of the beautiful scenery and mountains in the distance. The planned facility provides a couple of unique features, including a large venue for parties, service group meetings, and add to the convention motif of the Museum and Innovation center, as a separate, but related venue. Jerome currently lacks both the upper-end restaurant and meeting rooms that are readily available and conveniently located.
We have a local fish grower/supplier that has agreed to sell to us. His aquaculture facility farms sturgeon, catfish, trout, and tilapia, and sells the sturgeon row (caviar). We will have salmon from other sources for the fish market.
We met with True-West Beef, they are interested in the Meat Market, as well as the folks at Independent Food Corp, which is the parent company of Falls Brand meats. I believe it is a terrific way for all these local manufacturers to promote their brands, (Cheese companies, Falls Brand, etc.).
There are many small boutique craft cheese companies, small businesses that sell craft goods such as jams, smoked fish, artisan goods, gifts, and souvenirs. The Galleria is a clear story open to the roof, on which we intend to hang an antique stagecoach, or chuckwagon or other items that will cross-promote the Museum and U of I Discovery Center.