In this new monthly series, we’re asking locals to share how they would spend 24 perfect hours in Sun Valley. For this first installment, we interviewed Christina Giordani, a local food and beverage entrepreneur, to discover what her ideal October day looks like.
I’d eat breakfast at: Hank & Sylvie’s, where I’d have a cold brew coffee with house-made vanilla bean syrup and local, raw milk from Old Almo Creamery, paired with a delicious croissant.
In the morning I’d: Practice throwing at Boulder Mountain Clayworks. I’m working on making my own cups and plates.
I’d eat lunch at: The Farmers Market. I’d grab a local Hangar Bread baguette (they are made with locally milled flour from Hillside Grain), local goat cheese, and the last of the summer peaches and tomatoes for a picnic.
In the afternoon I’d: Hike Proctor Mountain to get a look back at the town, leaf peep, and enjoy my picnic lunch from the Farmers Market.
I’d eat dinner at: The Covey. I’d drink whatever Pét-Nat wine is on the menu or an Aperol spritz and eat one of their handmade pasta dishes. Buon Appetito!
In the evening I’d: Enjoy a show at the Argyros Performing Arts Center.
Christina Giordani is a local food and beverage connoisseur and a Ketchum-based entrepreneur. She is the founder and owner of Roadbars, a vintage trailer mobile bar service and mixer company, and the owner of Taste & Craft, a craft drink and food tasting event at the Argyros Performing Arts Center on October 12 (get tickets here!).