Hailing from Seoul, South Korea, Kim Degman first brought authentic Korean food to Jackson in 2011 with Kim’s Corner, which served up traditional Korean dishes, with some more common options like burgers, BLTs and fries sprinkled in the mix, until 2018. Now, Kim’s Corner has been reincarnated on West Broadway as Bapp, meaning “rice” or “a meal.” The bright space combines a pleasing array of colors and textures to complement homemade food that boasts fresh flavors and tantalizing textures. From light lunch options to filling dinner plates, these dishes incorporate traditional Korean spices and sauces, offering a unique dining experience to those unfamiliar with the cuisine. Satisfying while being nourishing or just a tad spicy, there’s something for the whole family on the menu at Bapp.
Stillwest Brewery & Grill brings an elevated food, brewery and bar experience that celebrates fresh flavors, locally sourced ingredients and mountain views. Located near the base of Snow King Mountain, Jackson Hole’s newest brewery and restaurant boasts a wide variety of beers, seasonally inspired cocktails and an inventive menu of scratch-made foods. Stillwest’s craft beers stay true to style when it comes to recipes and processes, but the brewery isn’t afraid to develop compelling experimental ales and lagers. Flagship beers and seasonal offerings flow from its 10 taps, but if you aren’t in the mood for beer, the well-rounded wine list and signature cocktail program will have something to quench everyone’s thirst.
At the newest slopeside dining establishment in Teton Village, every day has the euphoric feeling of a powder day in winter. Flash forward to summer, and the emotion continues! Join us at RPK 3 and you’ll find that there’s something for all at this casual lunch and après scene. Enjoy lunch outdoors in the shadow of the Aerial Tram, or jump inside to a modern bar where comfort is second nature. RPK 3 is a hearty destination that boasts a menu set to satisfy all types of appetites.
Roadhouse Brewing Co. introduces Jackson’s newest brewpub to the Town Square. Home brewer and entrepreneur Colby Cox collaborated with noted chef and restaurateur Gavin Fine over a passion for microbrewing and complementary foods to develop Roadhouse Brewing Co. This new location gives patrons the opportunity to wash down a quality selection of pub fare with a palatable variety of brews at a convenient downtown location. The pub experience is complete with a street-level pub shop selling Roadhouse to-go beer, Cream + Sugar artisan ice cream and Bovine & Swine sausages in addition to Roadhouse Brewing Co. merchandise.
In summer 2018, this historic Jackson soda fountain returned to the Town Square. Siblings Jessica, Nikki and Patrick Gill revived the business started by their great-grandfather, Bruce Porter, in 1919. Today, you wouldn’t know that the soda fountain closed its doors in 2001. Antique swivel barstools line a bar that holds a variety of house-made ice creams. Stacked into a sundae dish or swirled into an old-fashioned milkshake, these sweet treats are the cherry on top of a classic diner meal at Jackson Drug. Burgers sourced from the family’s ranch, the Jackson Hole Hereford Ranch, bring authentic meaning to the term farm-to-table. The Jackson community is thrilled to see Jackson Drug return to the Town Square and, with it, original menu items like the egg salad, chicken salad, chili and giant pretzels.
This hip eatery with a casual, laid back island vibe is a favorite among locals for lunch, dinner and takeout. Just two blocks off the Town Square, the lively and inviting space features a menu brimming with fresh, creative and seasonal offerings reflecting the heritage of owners Eric and Zarina Sakai. Everything on the menu is prepared from scratch and made to order. Taste and experience the many flavors of Hawaii right here in Jackson. The bar features delicious signature cocktails, like the Lilikoi Sour made with vodka, passionfruit, ginger honey and orange bitters. There is a rotating selection of craft beers, natural wines and spirits as well. The artisan tea selection is the best in town, with a changing lineup from Red Blossom Tea Company. Tables fill quickly, but if you see a line, don’t fret — it’s fast and worth the wait.
Last winter, the buzz around Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis Club grew as its new chef, Luke Biewick, took charge of the kitchen. This summer, with access to his own expansive garden and his relationship with local farmers, cattle companies and butchers, the chef has really hit his stride. The dinner menu highlights what is in season and features dishes that let the ingredients shine through. A subtle Mediterranean influence can be found in dishes created with everything from the bread to the handmade pasta to the ice cream made in-house. At lunch, look for upscale versions of country club classics, like custom-ground hot dogs, a gourmet steak burger and fresh salads filled with homegrown greens. Be sure to ask about the farm-to-table dinner series, which will be held twice a month in July, August and September. But did we mention the spectacular Teton views?
All locals will tell you that Creekside is a classic favorite for sandwiches and sloshies. Touches like the bread, baked fresh in house, and freshly squeezed juices in the drinks make all the difference. But the real secret is how much more Creekside offers. In addition to a full deli counter and grocery, liquor store and supplies, Creekside offers a selection of homemade items for breakfast, lunch and takeout. Think homemade meatballs for sub sandwiches, breakfast croissant sandwiches and even a selection of fresh doughnuts. Fans flock to the deli on Fridays, where the enormous fish sandwich is a huge hit, and there are also lunch specials every day of the week. Early risers headed for an adventure love the early morning hours, making it convenient to grab an egg sandwich or satisfying breakfast burrito. Fans of a classic sandwich will be thrilled with the size, value and extensive options of ingredients.
At Bar Enoteca, a new restaurant by the popular Fine Dining Restaurant Group, you’ll find convenient grab-and-go breakfast options and a complete espresso bar. Breakfast burritos, fresh pastries and more will help you fuel up before a day of exploring. In the afternoons, Enoteca’s extensive wine list, local craft beer selection and full bar will help you unwind with beautiful views of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. The open concept is ideal for following all the mountain activity through large mountain-side picture windows. The expansive bar area and high-top tables invite you to linger for as long as your time will allow. Enoteca is the perfect spot to grab a glass of wine and a bite to eat, no matter the occasion.
The lunch experience at Palate combines exquisite cuisine, breathtaking views of the National Elk Refuge and fabulous art from its perch at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. From the team behind Gather, this lunch spot invites you to sip a glass of rose on the patio, linger over your meal and peruse the museum’s world-class art collection. The inventive dishes incorporate seasonal, sustainable and local ingredients, presenting them in a creative way. Palate is the place to stop for a quick bite before touring the museum, heading to the airport or having a long, lazy lunch with friends. Located just 1.2 miles north of town with tons of parking, make it an adventure and utilize your pedal power to visit via the bike path. On Thursdays throughout the summer, enjoy Palate’s live music on the patio and wine tastings. Visit their sister location, Gather, for dinner in Downtown Jackson.
If you are a fan of Southern barbecue, you are sure to love this lively downtown spot. It is the go-to choice for a quick family-friendly lunch or dinner option. With great deals on meals that come with a rotating selection of Southern sides (think collard greens, jalapeño cheese grits and banana pudding), there are a range of options to match your hunger. There are lighter choices, like a salad topped with freshly smoked turkey, but if you want to indulge in a platter of ribs or the fried chicken special, you won’t be disappointed. Moe’s has sports packages on the 11 different TVs, so it’s a great place to watch your favorite game. A full bar includes 16 local and regional draft beers and a wide range of unique bourbons and whiskeys to wet your whistle. Moe’s offers catering for all budgets and parties of any size. Contact Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Everyone loves a good story about following your dreams, so throw in some good old-fashioned barbecue and you have the story of Big Hole BBQ. What started out as an idea in a tiny shack in Driggs evolved into a successful (and delicious!) reality in Victor, Idaho. After nine years of serving up some of the best barbecue this side of the Mississippi, the team at Big Hole BBQ is proud to be sharing its passion with the Jackson community. With a menu for all ages, this family-owned restaurant serves food that will have you licking your fingers and asking for more. The dry-rubbed, smoked-to-perfection meats are just a portion of the mouthwatering options. Other specialties include fish tacos and mini sliders, served with your favorite barbecue accompaniments, like mac and cheese, baked beans or slaw. Head in, take a seat and pair your meal with a specialty cocktail or one of the many local beers on tap.
This new venture at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has quickly become a favorite stop for drinks and dinner in Teton Village. Piste Mountain Bistro is serving up a comfortable menu of locally sourced dishes that will make you savor every bite. Chef Michael Britton has a passion for Rocky Mountain cuisine and hand-selects the best ingredients from regional artisan producers. The restaurant, just steps from the top of the Bridger Gondola, showcases traditional favorites with an upscale twist. The interior space has an open, cozy atmosphere while tables by the large windows offer views of the greater Jackson Hole landscape. Dinner served nightly starting at 5:30 p.m.; reservations recommended on opentable.com or by calling 307-732-3177.
Jackson’s family-owned, community-oriented specialty grocer offers so much more than just groceries and takeout. The award-winning cafe is a local favorite, with a wide assortment of handcrafted salads, soups, hot entrées, sandwiches, pizza, sushi and a new noodle kitchen — plus beer, wine, spirits and a coffee and juice bar. Whether you’re cozied up by the cafe fireplace or seated outside on the spacious patio, Jackson Whole Grocer offers something for everyone in a welcoming, casual atmosphere. The grocer also features the biggest selection of organic, gluten-friendly, vegan and vegetarian offerings in the area. Jackson Whole Grocer is the perfect place to curate the ultimate picnic basket or pre-order a boxed lunch for your next Jackson adventure!
From the outside, Bodega looks like your average gas station store, but don’t let the exterior façade fool you. Inside, you’ll find a gem — a specialty grocery store, butcher and bottle shop that will blow your mind. Filled with an abundance of local products and gourmet foods, Bodega has plenty of provisions to choose from, in addition to an intimate bar and liquor store. The store showcases a great butcher area, featuring a rotating selection of Bovine + Swine sausages to enjoy packaged up to take home. During breakfast and lunch, choose from a selection of grab-and-go eats, including freshly made breakfast burritos and fried chicken sandwiches (from the outside food truck). For takeout, you will find everything you need for a fantastic dinner at home. And you mustn’t leave without the Cream + Sugar ice cream sandwiches or famous adult sloshies.
Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and small plates throughout the day, FIGS is the perfect place to land after a day out in Jackson Hole, or before an evening out on the town. Located inside Hotel Jackson and walking distance to everything, FIGS offers a warm and sophisticated escape in the heart of the historic Town Square District. The vibrant, light-filled space features a copper-top bar and a variety of local art. The authentic Lebanese tapas-style menu includes dozens of options, including vegan and vegetarian-friendly choices. Don’t miss the famous Mezze Plate with hummus, baba ghanoush, tabbouleh and authentic made-to-order pita. With a diverse wine selection and carefully curated cocktails, such as the Lebanese Lemonade, FIGS is an all-around exceptional dining experience.
Every meal at The Granary serves up unparalleled, unobstructed Teton views in addition to upscale, western-inspired dishes. The menu incorporates authentic ingredients like elk and trout with a variety that satisfies every palate. From the interior, soak in the views through a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows. On warmer days and evenings, take the experience outdoors, and dine alfresco on the deck. The mountainous horizon provides the perfect ambiance for memorable meals. During peak season, the upstairs lounge hosts live entertainment on Friday and Saturday evenings. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner or cocktails, you don’t have to be celebrating a special occasion to treat yourself to these views.
After a day out enjoying Jackson’s activities, head to Pizzeria Caldera for authentic Napoletana-style pizza. Its scenic second-floor location overlooks the Town Square and is the perfect spot to enjoy a pint of locally brewed beer, a glass of Italian wine or a select cocktail. The pizza starts with daily-made dough, perfected by owner Chris Hansen after years of experimenting with baking bread. Baked in a gas-fired, stone-hearth oven, the pies attain perfection: a crispy, thin crust with a chewy crumb, San Marzano tomato sauce and toppings in traditional and unique combinations. Try the Porcellino, with tomato sauce, mozzarella, pork sausage, bacon, mushrooms, spinach, roasted garlic and fresh sage. Be sure to explore other areas of the menu, from salads and small plates to pastas such as tomato basil marinara with meatballs, and paninis like the Napoli, with prosciutto, mozzarella, vine-ripe tomato and basil-sunflower-seed pesto.
Don’t miss this decades-old Jackson favorite. The All-American Breakfast at Bubba’s is a must. Choose the homemade biscuits (made fresh every morning) and gravy, or the Mexican scramble with chorizo, eggs, beans and cheese. Bubba’s has lighter options, like poached eggs with fresh fruit, and premium dishes like, breakfast pot pie, too. For lunch, Bubba’s offers one of the freshest salad bars in town. The barbecue beef brisket lunch special is a favorite, served with garlic toast and a choice of two sides. Dinner specials are served starting after 5 p.m., with plenty of barbecue plates to choose from. Don’t miss out on the spareribs that are rubbed and slowly smoked every night. The Old West memorabilia sets the tone for a great barbecue experience, and outdoor seating is available during the summer. Don’t let the line outside scare you; it moves quickly.
Situated in a historic home downtown, The Blue Lion has been popular with locals since 1978. Ask people what their favorite meal is in town, and you will often hear The Blue Lion’s roasted rack of lamb. This dish keeps patrons coming back: New Zealand lamb is rubbed with Dijon mustard, seasoned with breadcrumbs, baked and served sliced with a peppercorn-rosemary cream sauce and jalapeño-mint sauce, enjoyed in the relaxing ambiance of a refurbished, older historic home. But you’re encouraged to sample from the array of other items, including fresh fish, game and all-natural steaks. Vegan and gluten-free entrées are also available. Save room for one of The Blue Lion’s desserts: mud pie, tiramisu, Russian cream or one of the nightly dessert specials. Enjoy live acoustic guitar music most nights and dining on the patio during summer months. Reservations are recommended.