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Bring Back the Bistro Turkey Burger, and Other Great Dishes

I’m not exactly sure just how many turkey burgers I ate at Rendezvous Bistro before they pulled it off the menu. When I first moved here 11 years ago, it was about the only thing I could afford when, as a poorly paid reporter for a local publication, I went out to eat. So if […]

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More Jackson Restaurants Will Air on DDD

Two more Jackson Hole restaurants will make the televisions debut on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Tune in at 8 p.m. today to watch Cafe Genevieve on the episode Seriously Saucy. Watch the crew from Lotus Cafe on Oct. 3. On tonight’s episode, host Guy Fieri is focusing on with all kinds of sauce. He visits Cincinnati for […]

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Lotus Cafe Celebrates 8 Years With Deals

To celebrate their eighth anniversary, Lotus Cafe is offering several specials today, and today only. For their Golden Birthday, the organic cafe and bakery is offering a house-made veggie burger and bison burger with house cut truffle fries for $8. They are also offering a signature cocktail called Summer’s End for $8. This cocktail is made […]

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Don’t Miss the Slow Food Roundup

Some of Jackson’s favorite food trucks and caterers will gather Saturday for the Slow Food Roundup, a party at the Lockhart Cattle Co. Ranch. From 5 to 10 p.m., Slow Food in the Tetons will host the community gathering of food, art and music at ranch just south of town. Trio, Old Yellowstone Garage Catering, Fired Earth […]

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Southern Fried Sundays at Hayden’s Post

If you’re looking for a way to spend a chill Sunday afternoon, then look no further than Hayden’s Post, which offers Southern Fried Sundays on its outdoor deck every week. With music and drink specials, it’s the perfect way to end the weekend. And stay tuned to Snow King Resort’s Facebook page; with nice, warm […]

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Take Lemons and Parsley Pop Up Dinner to Your Home

If you missed the Lebanese pop up dinner thrown at Persephone Bakery‘s cafe or you are simply craving a taste of Nona Yehia’s Meditteranean cuisine, then we have a treat for you. Yehia, the creative force behind the Lemons and Parsley pop up concept and a local architect, has shared a recipe for one of the […]

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What’s Fresh: Cherries!

With the start of the Jackson Hole People’s Market two weeks ago, we’ve been stocking our kitchens with as much local and regional foods that we can. Thus, the return of our What’s Fresh column for the summer. Last week at the People’s Market, which goes on at 4 p.m. every Wednesday at the base of Snow […]

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3 for $20 is Newest Great Lunch Deal

If you’re like me, you probably take your workweek lunches “al desko.” Sure, I will call in a sandwich from Creekside, or walk across the street from my office to Snake River Brewery for a salad to-go. But most of the time, I am typing on my computer, with my mouse to my left and […]

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Goal! Q Roadhouse has it all for World Cup Season

If your house is like man (er, your husband is like mine), then excitement over the World Cup builds with each passing day. You may even already know where you are going to spend the next month watching lots and lots of soccer. Hopefully that plan includes Q Roadhouse and Brewing Co., which was recently […]

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Trio’s Fava Bean Risotto

Hopefully by now you’ve all seen the new issue of Dishing, which hit the streets last week. We had so many good stories, recipes and photos in our 6th issue. So many, in fact, that we had to leave out this little gem of an Ask for It. The folks at Trio were gracious enough […]

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More Details on King Sushi

For those of you anxiously awaiting the new sushi spot on King Street, we have an update for you. Jason King and his girlfriend, Kaylan Fullerton, have been hard at work transitioning the spot that formerly housed Shades into a hip, “new school” sushi restaurant to be called King Sushi (not King Street Sushi as […]

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Wine Auction Tickets Going Fast

If you haven’t purchased your tickets for the Jackson Hole Wine Auction, it’s time to do it now. They are going fast. Tickets for the Grand Wine Tasting and the full weekend package tickets are both sold out. Spaces are going for the signature private dinners and the auction and gala, too. The Taste of […]

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Nani’s Back With Angel Dinners

Nani’s Ristorante & Bar has reopened from a short break and is once again doing its 2 for 1 Angel dinners. The dinners are offered every evening starting at 5:30. Purchase any entrée and get any pasta dish on the menu for $3. That $3 will then be donated directly to a fund set up […]

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Liberty Burger Open for Lunch, Dinner

While there is no word when Blue Collar Restaurant Group will be allowed to reopen Sidewinders, Ignight and the neighboring liquor store because of the landslide threat, they were able to open their newest restaurant this week. Liberty Burger, which takes the former home of Dolce, is open for lunch and dinner daily. The restaurant, […]

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