Rasberrys' menu is an eclectic take on comfort and ethnic food prepared with fresh local ingredients.

Photos by Jane Mccann

Callie and Maeme Rasberry were born in the bi-cultural city of El Paso, Texas, on the border of New Mexico and Old Mexico. Growing up on a farm, they learned to appreciate the seasonality of ingredients.  Whether tending to the garden, bees or chickens, the love of fresh, local ingredients was born. The girls learned to cook family recipes from Italy, the Middle East, the East Coast, West Coast and of course Texas.  During college, they both worked in restaurants, gaining front and back of the house experience.  Friends enjoyed parties and the requests for catered food grew. 

Rasberry's is known for their delectable made-from-scratch downright good food with a Hispanic influence.  Customers rave about the menu staples like the Old El Paso seasoned to perfection, street tacos on corn tortillas made from scratch and handmade potato chips.  The made-fresh daily pot pies, sandwiches served on fresh baked bread and soups add delicious variety to each visit.  Salmon cakes, macaroni and cheese, quiche, white bean and fennel salad are a few examples of the ever-changing offerings.  Cheesecakes, pies and cookies tempt tummies from their prominent display in the dining room.

The girls' family is deeply rooted in the Wood River Valley, as business owners and long time residents.  The invitation to join them after college was all too appealing.  Together, Callie and Maeme bought a small catering business housed in the basement of the 411 building in 2005. From there Rasberry's came to fruition with a lot of hard work and the dream of serving delicious food to the good people living and visiting the Wood River Valley.



Mon - Fri, 11:00am - 3pm
(208) 726-0606 
411 Building 5th St., Below Tribes



What a wonderful find in Ketchum! We enjoyed it so much, we went back a second day for lunch. The pozole chicken soup was amazing! The bowl is a full meal in itself. The first day we had tacos and enchiladas and they were both extraordinary with flavor. The second day was more soup and a turkey and Brie grilled sandwich, which was way too much food. Portions are generous. Oh and on the first day, I took a piece of vanilla cake with passion fruit icing for dessert back to the resort. It was an awesome way to finish the day, yummy! The owner and waitress were very attentive and even remembered us on the second day. It was the best food experience we had during our stay in Sun Valley!!!
This quiet, almost hidden gem of a restaurant in Ketchum is great for lunch. The ingredients are so fresh, the daily specials unusual. I have been twice and found their daily soup amazing... Thai Zuchini one day and a spicy Tomato Basil the other. Thre were locals eating downstairs in the funky dining area where the spirit matches the food. The terrace upstairs was always packed, but the food the same wonderful flavors. Well worth the visit.
My husband and I stopped at Raspberry’s and we were very impressed with the perfectly cute and adore able decor. The food was all natural and healthy. We enjoyed homemade Kombuchia, enchilada and street tacos. Then wow the best pumpkin pie!! Yummy. Met the owner, she was awesome! We will be back. I highly recommend.