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Eastern Idaho has over 1800 miles of groomed trails, numerous off-load areas and quaint warming huts, as well as endless breathtaking open ridges, meadows, scenery, and wildlife. Learn More

Restaurants, Cafes and Bars

From iconic root beer floats and huckleberry milkshakes to farmers markets to lamb and elk burgers, east Idaho's dining fare is a well kept secret. Amid a region of ranchers, seed potato and dairy farmers, the eats are as good as the landscape.Idaho Falls has nearly 200 restaurants. Teton Valley is a blossoming community of culinary diversity and small producers. Ashton is home to possibly the most famous root beer float in the country, and definitely in the state.  From the Henry's Fork lodges to Grand Targhee's Wydaho Nachos, there is agreat selection of comfort food to be found after a family float or ski day. Rexburg is home to BYU-Idaho and offers a great selection of affordable and diverse dining options. And the square ice cream in Swan Valley is a must experience whether you're a local or first time visitor!

Trails Inn Restaurant

  • 213 Main St., Ashton
  • American Casual
  • 208-652-9918

Typhoons Teriyaki Grill

  • 2035 Hitt Rd., Ammon
  • Asian
  • 208-529-2695

Warbirds Café

  • Hanger 4-3 Airport Rd., Driggs
  • American Casual
  • 208-354-2550

Westbank Restaurant & Lounge

  • 475 River Pkwy, Idaho Falls
  • American Casual, Brew Pub | Bar
  • 208-523-8000


  • 480 Park Ave, Idaho Falls
  • Fast Food
  • 208-529-9804