Après of the Week: Teton Pines

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Many people drive right by the Aspens not realizing the après specials they are missing out on. A few hundred yards back from the bus stop is Teton Pines Country Club. While many people are familiar with the golf course and pool in the summer time or cross country course in the winter, few have experienced how great their food options are all year long.

Pork Potstickers at Teton Pines

Walk up the stairs into the main lobby of the building and take a right. You will be greeted by a friendly host and treated to a cozy spot at their bar or table in the main room. A common misconception is that The Pines is a members-only affair. That is not the case, though, as they are open to the public Wednesday through Sunday. If you haven’t stopped by, you are missing out on one of the best aprMany people drive right by the Aspens not realizing the après specials they are missing out on. A few hundred yards back from the bus stop is Teton Pines Country Club. While many people are familiar with the golf course and pool in the summer time or cross country course in the winter, few have experienced how great their food options are all year long. s spots in the valley.

Pork Mole Tacos, one of the many item on Teton Pines Happy Hour

Between 4 and 6 p.m. Teton Pines offers their special happy hour menu. Featuring a creative take on belly warming favorites, all their options are reasonably priced between $8 to $10. The menu features great shareable options such as their pork mole tacos or Parmesan truffled tater tots, along with personal meals like the three bean and beef chili or trio of house-made meatballs. While the food is delicious, the deals on post skiing libations steals the show. Enjoy all drinks at half price, this includes their extensive list of winter warmers, specialty cocktails and wines by the glass of which they have more than 20 options.

There are plenty of specialty cocktail to choose from at The Pines

If you miss out of happy hour their are plenty of other reasons to stop by for a drink or a meal. They have a special Wednesday through Sunday menu featuring local and seasonal ingredients. They also host special wine dinners during the offseason and holiday buffets that are open to the public as well (their Mother’s Day and Thanksgiving buffets are two you won’t want to miss). Whether you just got done doing tram laps or hanging up your skies after a day on the XC track, swing by to take advantage of a hidden apres gem.

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Food and cooking has been a great travel buddy for Chris, finally taking root in Jackson. Originally from Seattle, Chris enjoys rainy walks to get coffee, cold dark beers, and cozying up in a warm restaurant kitchen. He has a background in marketing but has spent most of his days working in fine dining behind the line. Now you can find him selling hummus, perusing the farmers markets, or mountain biking behind his Aussie Shephard, Zephyr.

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