The Covey Restaurant in Sun Valley, ID says “Cancer Stops with Me”

Lyndsey Danbery

Owner Jesse Shueu and bartender, Luc McCann both said cancer stops with me!  The Covey, a new restaurant in Ketchum, ID, serves New American dishes, has cool vibes, 24 taps and 30 wines by the glass! The best part though is the staff!

#cancersucks #cancerstopswithme

After spending the evening with Jesse and Luc, we learned that Luc’s best friend was just diagnosed with breast cancer.  She started chemo today :(.  I left 2 #cancerstopswithme Love Your Melon hats with Luc.

Check out the write up on The Covey in the New York Times!

“In December, Jane and Jesse Sheue opened their first restaurant, dishing out New American food in a building resembling a small red barn. The cozy restaurant is centered around a big colonial-style hearth and features housemade pastas and meats like pheasant and elk, grilled on apple wood. “It’s cool to see a local chef who was born and raised here” at the helm of a restaurant with such high-quality dishes, Ms. du Pont said. With 24 taps and 30 wines by the glass, guests can pair drinks with food and stay a while to enjoy what Ms. du Pont calls “cool vibes” and a rotating art collection, courtesy of a local gallery, Lipton Fine Arts, that includes original works by Alexander Calder, Keith Haring and Marc Chagall.”

Click here to read the full New York Time’s article on “5 Places to Visit in Ketchum, Idaho”

About the National Man & Woman of the Year (MWOY) All Star Competition:
The National MWOY All Star Campaign is a national fundraising competition among a select group of MWOY alumni across the US. The male and female candidates who raise the most money during their 10-week campaign are named the National Man & Woman of the Year All Stars!

My battle against blood cancer started in 1994 when I was diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL). My #cancerstopswithme fight to STOP cancer started in 2014 when I ran for the local Man & Woman of the Year (MWOY) fundraising campaign.

Since I was diagnosed 25 years ago, I’ve gained many friends through The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. I have bonded with families and watched kiddos like Jake, Cole, Kenedi, Kendal, Avery, and far too many others, endure the same treatments I did nearly three decades earlier. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH – we need a CURE

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