The type of atmosphere a pub offers could be enough alone to bring in repeat business. Some pubs have Western themes, sports themes, and music themes, and the junk that hangs on nails throughout can offer as much entertainment as the people who frequent these establishments.
Regardless of the opinions Idahoans have on people from California, if you're a movie fan, then there's no better tourist attraction than Los Angeles anywhere in the world. From the city's towering billboards to the production lots and the vibrant, intricate murals, LA just exudes movie magic.
I wonder how many area phone book users were completely confused by the listings, or thought the publishers of the book were pranking them, when in fact it was the iconic actor who introduced the world to the "Dark Knight."
Of all the famous film location sites Idaho has provided the movie industry over the years, this Ketchum location is the closest to the Magic Valley of all of them. That's if you're not counting Breakfast of Champions (shot in Twin Falls) starring Bruce Willis and Brad Weiser.