Located in a historic log cabin, Café Genevieve specializes in inspired home cooking. Brunch is a local favorite featuring Southern-influenced classics such as fried chicken and waffles and the popular Cajun Benedict. And no need to wait until happy hour…a handcrafted daytime cocktail is perfectly acceptable here. Featuring one of Jackson’s most extensive whiskey collections, Café Genevieve lets you wind down with a barrel-aged cocktail, or you can choose something lighter from the eclectic wine list. In the evening, dinner is sure to satisfy any appetite with everything from fresh, local trout to Guy Fieri’s favorites, the Snake River Farms pork neck ragu and the ramen noodle bowl, featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Café “G” will lure you in with its cozy, welcoming ambience. Head in to sneak a peek at the “Most Noble Pig” and sample some famous Pig Candy to take back home (your friends will love you!).
If you are craving authentic Philadelphia cuisine, this is the place. The pizza is the same quality you will find in the “Pizza Belt” and should be on your must-order list. It is crispy, served on homemade dough and topped with freshly shredded mozzarella and other great options. The cheesesteaks are served on Amoroso’s bread straight from Philly; no need to travel 2,400 miles to the City of Brotherly Love. Try the traditional cheesesteak, served with fried onions, or the Nor’easter, with bacon, onions, cheese, mayo and pickles. Sit back with friends and family while watching your favorite sports and take advantage of the full bar stocked with local craft beers, wine and cocktails. Other food options include hoagies, burgers, wings, salads and Philly soft pretzels. Happy hour is Monday-Friday from 4 to 6 p.m. Call for fast takeout orders. Packaged beer and liquor is available.
Eleanor’s has all the perks of fine dining, minus the dress code. By serving rich, saucy dishes in a warm and friendly setting, this joint lives up to its reputation. And on top of one of the most creative menus in town, Eleanor’s is a primo brunch spot on Sunday afternoons. Plus, its bar alone is an attraction, thanks to reasonably priced drinks and a loyal crowd, a wine list that is second to none and a dedication to service that stems directly from its owners.
This little place isn’t such a best-kept secret anymore, as more locals and visitors alike are discovering the down home goodness within. But longtime regulars as well as newcomers still fill the tables nightly. This small restaurant has seen a few incarnations over the years, but it has succeeded in making it one of the most charming and consistently award-winning and rewarding dining experiences in town.
Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and small plates throughout the day, FIGS is the perfect place to land after returning from a day out enjoying Jackson Hole, or a launching point for an evening out on the town. Located inside Hotel Jackson, FIGS offers an escape in the heart of the historic Town Square District that’s walking distance to everything! The vibrant bar and restaurant features a copper-top bar and an aspen leaf canopy floating overhead, perfect for enjoying a drink or dinner. The authentic Lebanese tapas-style menu features dozens of options, including many vegan- and vegetarian-friendly options. Don’t miss the famous Mezze Plate with hummus, baba ghanoush, tabbouleh and puffy made-to-order pita as a satisfying starter or the savory kebabs. Artisanal cocktails, a well-curated wine list and an exceptional dining experience are what you find at FIGS.
Led by Executive Chef Michael Gallivan, Haydens Post offers a sophisticated yet approachable menu of locally inspired cuisine. The lively atmosphere, with 280-degree views of surrounding mountains and an expansive deck — and being within walking distance of the brand-new Snow King Mountain Cowboy Coaster — all make Haydens Post the perfect location for a delicious lunch to fuel your Jackson Hole adventure or to enjoy an intimate dinner. Of course, don’t forget to stop by for breakfast to indulge in chef Michael’s famous scratch-made cinnamon sugar donuts. In addition to great food, Haydens Post also boasts a host of signature handcrafted cocktails, like the Velvet Antler — Patron Café XO, Buttershots, crème de cacao and cream with a cinnamon and sugar rim — created by 2016 gold medal winner for Best Bartender in Jackson Hole John-Mark Roufs.
LIFT is located on the quiet end of Jackson, the ‘SOBRO’ district (south of Broadway on Cache), at the base of Snow King Mountain. The restaurant boasts amazing views from the decks and roof top seating, no traffic, a rustic rock fireplace and comfort food for you and your family. Our goal is to be your favorite neighborhood public house.
Local is a modern American steakhouse and bar located on Jackson’s historic Town Square. The menu features both classic and specialty cuts of locally ranched meats and game in addition to fresh seafood, house-ground burgers and seasonally inspired eats. Owned and operated by chefs Will Bradof and Paul Wireman of Trio An American Bistro, Local showcases their enthusiasm for reviving the craft of in-house butchery, with a focus on dry-aged steaks and house-made sausages. Much of the beef comes from the Lockhart Cattle Company, whose grass-fed cows never leave the valley. Local offers a casual and vibrant bar atmosphere with 12 regional beers on draft as well as a relaxed dining room with a contemporary Western design. Local is the perfect spot to grab a burger for lunch or to have drinks and dinner with friends while you sit and watch the action on the Town Square.
Everyone knows that the Mangy Moose is the place to go for après ski in the winter months. But don’t just frequent the world-famous saloon. In this classic village building, you will find everything you need to get through the day. There is fine dining in the Mangy Moose restaurant, and the RMO Cafe downstairs offers one of the best breakfast options around. There is also a large grocery store and wine shop. Breakfast and gourmet coffee drinks will start your day off right. Grab a slice of New York-style pizza for lunch. Or grab a whole pizza and a bottle of wine to go. At night, the Mangy Moose serves mouthwatering dinners using the finest ingredients available, including local game and regionally sourced beef from Carter Country Meats. The food isn’t the only thing that is authentic. Take a minute to explore the eclectic art and antique collection around the building, too.
Locals call it “The Bistro,” and this establishment has been a favorite Jackson Hole staple since it opened in 2001. The Bistro has made a name for itself with its creative take on classic French bistro fare. Favorites include the steak tartare and seasonal pork chop creations. Enjoy the first raw bar in town, serving oysters on the half shell, tuna tartare and oyster shooters. The fun, upscale yet unpretentious atmosphere makes this eatery a fantastic option for groups of all sizes, while paper and crayons adorning the white linen tablecloths appeal to patrons of all ages. A trip to Jackson Hole is made complete with a visit to The Bistro. And don’t miss its sister properties, Bar Enoteca (p.111), Bin22 (p.113), Bodega (p.115), Il Villaggio Osteria (p.131) and The Kitchen (p.133).
Featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, and including a game room for kids, 40 televisions for sports fans and an array of food options, “the Winder” — as it’s known among locals — is a sure hit for lunch, dinner or a snack. The extensive bar offers 30 beers on tap and a comprehensive menu that will give you so many choices that you may not be able to narrow them down. So don’t. Share a few plates of appetizers, such as pot stickers, hot wings or a sidewinders pretzel. Or opt to build your own whole or slices of pizza (the carne asada is to-die-for). The menu offers 12 burgers plus a build-your-own option. Try the barbecue burger with onion slivers, barbecue sauce and Swiss cheese. Swing by during the big game, prepare for a party and pick your seats carefully based on your favorite team’s fans.
Located inside the historic Wort Hotel, the Silver Dollar Bar & Grill is located right next to the Town Square. The extensive wine list includes a broad range of varietals from around the world, with recommended pairings for the signature mountain cuisine. The elegant Silver Dollar Grill is filled with original western artwork and a restored original Wort Hotel roulette wheel. Inside the bar you’ll find a more casual atmosphere boasting weekly live music, enjoyed by locals, cowboys, politicians, old-timers, ski bums and visitors alike. Order a Bartender’s Margarita and sit at the bar, where 2,032 uncirculated 1921 Morgan Silver Dollars are inlaid in its surface. There’s no better place to dine, people-watch and mingle than at the Silver Dollar Bar & Grill.
You’re invited to dine where the acclaimed culinary talents of Executive Chef Kevin Humphreys combine with locally sourced ingredients to create seasonal menus of mountain cuisine that have delighted locals and visitors for years. The award-winning restaurant in the heart of Teton Village features two bars serving several local beers on tap and handcrafted signature cocktails as well as heated patio seating for alfresco dining in the summer. Enjoy a lively and vibrant atmosphere with six HDTVs and where friendly staff offer recommendations not only on their favorite entrées but also on where to hike and play like a local during your stay.
Teton Pines is celebrating its 30th season, and the food, attentive service and inviting atmosphere are second to none. Visit this winter and you’ll discover Jackson Hole’s “locals’ secret.” Stop in after a day on the slopes or at the office. It’s a great place to enjoy happy hour with a delicious small bites menu and all beverages half off. Once you’ve tasted lunch favorites like the Asian chicken salad, tenderloin sliders and the famous walleye Friday specials, you’re sure to become a regular. Dinner is equally wonderful with fresh fish, handmade pasta and succulent steaks, paired with a fantastic bottle of wine from the extensive wine list. To finish the evening you won’t want to miss the signature dessert of Coffee and Donuts (THE original in Jackson Hole).
A restaurant and brewery that plays Kung Fu on the TV and hip hop over the speakers? Part brew pub/part Thai restaurant, we have Thai classics and our take on Thai fusion pub food, and the best beer on the planet…weird? Yeah, we know.
Newly remodeled in 2013, Thai Me Up is the home of Melvin Brewing. We’ve got 20 (yes, twenty) craft beers on tap. Our 3 barrel brewing system, The Shaolin Kloset, is tucked in the back of the restaurant enabling us to brew a fine line of cutting-edge West Coast ales and lagers. With numerous Great American Beer Festival medals and back-to-back Alpha King Championships as just a few of our beer accolades, we are bringing the Ruckus. We’ve been awarded the 2015 GABF Small Brewpub of the Year and 2017 Brewery Group of the Year.
The Bird is a laid back bar and restaurant with a staff of humans who really and truly care about you having a good time. If something with your food, drink or service is not just right, let us know and we’ll do everything we can to make it so. Our regulars know this, so if you’re new here give us a chance.
But if you’re a fun-sucker*: uptight, unhappy or demanding, maybe try somewhere else that’s a little more geared to your sort. It took years, but we seem to have finally weeded out most of these fun-sucking folks; you know, those that can’t even have a good time on vacation? In their place we have managed to attract a crowd of solid, loyal patrons.
While you are here just cut loose*, get raucous, tell that joke you’re not sure is appropriate, stay late and have that one drink too many and we’ll drive you home. Do it, especially if you are only passing through, because you happen to be sitting in the one place in Jackson where just about anything goes*.
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.
There are many reasons why celebrity chef Michael Mina’s Teton Village restaurant has become a hot spot over the past few years. The Handle Bar offers an inventive cocktail list, including unique sloshie flavors, and an extensive beer menu you can order in a large boot if you are feeling adventurous. The modern American pub menu by Executive Chef Michael Lishchynsky includes creative burgers, seasonal salads, soups and much more. The 30-seat center bar opens to striking views of Rendezvous Mountain, and you’ll find family-style seating, cozy booths and an expansive outside terrace for dining alfresco. On warm days the retractable glass doors at the bar open, bringing in fresh Teton summer air. Feeling extra-hungry? Ask about the burger challenge and see if you can “Handle” it. Back by popular demand: Bourbon BBQ & Blues starting June 15 — ask for details.
Hole Bowl is more than just a space to play. Stop in for a casual midday lunch or a cocktail and dinner with friends at the full bar. With a curated menu of classically made, from-scratch American fare, you can’t go wrong. Cast aside any ideas of typical bowling alley fare. Chef Jason Mitchell prepares delicious cuisine (at a good value, too!). The kids’ menu offers $6 entrées with two sides. For adults, the cocktail program is equally impressive, with everything from specialty drinks to pitchers of beer. Of course, you probably won’t be able to leave without playing just a little. Spend the day playing a variety of games, whether you prefer bowling, arcade games, billiards, ping-pong or darts. With Hole Bowl’s 12 large flat-screen TVs, you can always catch the game. Afterward, lounge on the comfy couches and catch up with friends.
The Rose is a destination, learned of our collective past, here in the present, with an eye toward our evolving future. Initially founded as a cocktail bar at the hands of Dave Kaplan and Alex Day, of Proprietor’s LLC (Death & Co., The Walker Inn) we focus on the nuance and detail of each drink. All cocktails are fashioned with fresh, hand made ingredients with a rotating seasonal menu of draft beer and selected wines.
January 2018 brought the addition of a food experience back to The Rose with Late Night Eats. An eclectic fast casual menu served from 8 p.m. until 1:30 a.m. Tuesday – Saturday with grab and go sandwiches available on evenings with entertainment. Curated with locally sourced ingredients by Chef Tim Conan formerly of Sidecar (Brooklyn, NY) and Snake River Grill (Jackson, WY). The menu is delicious, affordable and low maintenance, because good food is good food no matter what time you eat it.
This subterranean speakeasy atmosphere at The White Buffalo Club allows you a discreet and cozy glass of wine while nestled in one of the popular corner booths. Sixteen dining tables surround a luminescent bar where you may wet your whistle with anything from a locally brewed cold beer to an excellently executed whiskey sour. The White Buffalo Club also boasts 1,100 bottles of vintage wines, top two percent USDA Prime steaks and progressively prepared salads, seafood and family-style sides. The USDA Prime steaks are 28-day wet-aged and butchered in-house, and dry-aged steak specials appear frequently. The dinner menu features only the freshest seasonal ingredients and changes throughout the year.