The redwood-paneled Grill at Amangani looks out over the Snake River Valley with working ranches in the foreground and snowcapped peaks in the distance. Specializing in regional, sustainable meats, fresh fish and seasonal farm-to-table produce, Executive Chef Bradley Pryor and his team are forging the path of modern Rocky Mountain cuisine. Breakfast, lunch, cocktails and dinner can be enjoyed on the Grand Terrace or in the Grill. Please inquire about spa and dining options. For reservations, call 307.734.4878 or email email@example.com.
As renowned for its rustic elegance and award-winning local cuisine as for its spectacular national park setting, The Dining Room at Jenny Lake Lodge is a must-visit on any trip to Grand Teton or the Jackson Hole area.
Housed inside a 1930’s-era log cabin nestled in the woods at the base of the Teton Range, this AAA Four-Diamond dining destination offers breakfast, lunch and a nightly rotating five-course prix fixe dinner menu that justifies its place among the world’s finest restaurants. Good for families and couples alike, The Dining Room offers a culinary experience unlike any other found inside a national park. It is so special that many make dining here an annual event.
The Jenny Lake Lodge culinary team locally sources high-quality sustainable ingredients, with many coming from the surrounding Jackson Hole area. Their mouthwatering creations, combined with an award-winning wine list, results in a dining experience that delights even the most refined palates.
The Dining Room at Jenny Lake Lodge is open seasonally from June to early October. Advance reservations are required for dinner and highly recommended for breakfast and lunch.
Cozy up with friends and family at OYG. The restaurant features a full cocktail bar, a central wood-fired oven and an all-glass wine cellar that gives you a peek at their outstanding wine selection. Local favorite, Chef Paulie O’Connor serves up Italian steakhouse fare with artisanal ingredients and farm-fresh produce. Enjoy house made pizza, pasta, cheese, a wide range of prime cuts and other signature dishes.
Monday through Saturday we perform in the Town Square Shoot Out, croon your favorite Westerns in our Saddle Rock Saloon, and go on to perform in a fully staged professional Western comedy. Rated top attraction in Jackson Hole by Trip Advisor in 2016 come visit us to see what all the buzz is about!
Celebrating 25 years on the Town Square, the Snake River Grill is still the locals’ favorite go-to place. Whether you’re at the intimate bar, which features 300 wines and a signature cocktail list, or in the rustic-elegant dining room, it is a “must” for visitors who want at least one amazing meal while in Jackson. Its James Beard-nominated chef keeps things fresh, simple and seasonal. The menu is varied and always offers something unique, even for a seasoned foodie (think exotic mushrooms, green chickpeas or artisanal hams). While there are standard favorites (potato pancake with smoked salmon, steak tartare pizza), the Snake River Grill is constantly evolving with frequent menu changes and nightly specials, preventing regular diners from ever getting bored. Just make sure to save room for the dark-chocolate Eskimo Bars, featured on the Food Network.
Just a few minutes from downtown Jackson, Spring Creek Ranch’s Granary Restaurant offers upscale dining and gorgeous views for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests can also enjoy The Granary Lounge for live entertainment every Friday and Saturday evening. Described by Bon Appetit magazine as “upscale mountain-man cooking”, The Granary incorporates authentic Western ingredients including elk and trout onto the eclectic menu that has something everyone will love.
This cozy, 32-seat restaurant was first known to be the best breakfast in town. With daily home-baked treats, it’s a great place to start the day. It’s also a great way to end it. Dinner at The Wild Sage is perhaps the best-kept secret in town, with an inventive menu incorporating game, meat and seafood while sourcing organic, sustainable and regional ingredients. The changing options offer inventive, seasonal cuisine and suggested by-the-glass wine pairings from the Wine Spectator-awarded list with each course. Don’t miss the truffled ciabatta with sea salt and cracked pepper, either. Questions about the food? The chef is working within sight in the exhibition-style kitchen and is available to discuss dishes.