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.
As the sun sets, FIGS becomes 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 in the Hotel Jackson, FIGS offers a warm and intimate escape in the heart of the Town Square. The vibrant bar and restaurant features a two-story fireplace with an Aspen leaf canopy floating overhead, perfect for enjoying a drink or dinner. The Mediterranean-influenced menu features seasonal ingredients from the closest available local and regional sources. Don’t miss the shared hummus plate for a post-hike snack or the gourmet chef-prepared rainbow trout with charred onion, peas and black rice for a more formal sit-down affair. Artisanal cocktails, paired wine and an exceptional dining experience are what you can expect at FIGS.
Inspired by local traditions, Haydens Post offers a sophisticated yet approachable menu of Western regional 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 the famous cast-iron cinnamon roll. 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.
Cozy. Sophisticated. Hip. Classic. King Sushi has it all, and those words don’t just describe the sushi spot’s newly renovated historic log cabin. They also apply to the food. Downtown Jackson’s newest restaurant is the place to dine as much for the atmosphere as it is for the food. King Sushi’s seasoned chef, Jason King, has trained with some of the best in the business. The result of his experience? A refined menu offering traditional and new-school sushi rolls and sashimi, alongside Japanese-style street food, such as noodle bowls, donburi (rice bowls), tempura and more. Find something for everyone, from the King roll with spicy hamachi, tempura jalapeño, tuna, tobiko and amazu to the scallop shooter with sea scallop, negi, tobiko uzura and ponzu. Enjoy happy hour from 4:30 to 6 p.m. or dinner daily.
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. Homemade tamales for breakfast and gourmet coffee drinks will start your day out right. Grab a slice of New York-style pizza for lunch. Or grab a whole pizza and bottle of wine to go. At night, the Mangy Moose serves mouth-watering dinners using the finest ingredients available, including fresh fish, local beef and game. 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.
This winter brings new ownership to long-standing favorite Million Dollar Cowboy Steakhouse. While the restaurant maintains the same cozy atmosphere, with lots of booths and an elegant Western flair, the menu has been completely revamped to represent modern, Mediterranean-influenced cuisine. On this steakhouse-style menu, you will find plenty of choices, whether you are craving a steak or lighter seafood. There are even options for vegetarians, but those in the mood for meat are in for a treat. Just downstairs from the world-famous Cowboy Bar on the Town Square, the restaurant offers a chance to see the depth of chef Paulie O’Connor’s varied background. He shines in his homemade charcuteries, pastas and cheeses. Also the owner of Old Yellowstone Garage, located in Alpine, O’Connor thrives on making most of what is served in-house, including the bread and sausages.
A bustling dining destination with something for everyone, Q Roadhouse & Brewing Co. presents a comforting mix of down-home favorites of varying influences, all created using thoughtfully sourced ingredients. One bite and it’s not hard to see why chef Matty Melehes was recently a competitor on Food Network’s Chopped Grill Masters, or why Matty and co-chef Jesse Rezin were recognized in the Best Chef category of the Best of JH Awards. Q’s menu changes to feature seasonal selections, with a strong focus on local and regional meat and produce. The delectable menu is complemented by craft beer brewed in-house by award-winning Roadhouse Brewing Co., which offers beer options concocted from high-quality ingredients and brewed with unparalleled passion. The beers, built on the spirit of exploration that Jackson Hole already exudes, help cultivate and strengthen the local craft beer adventure.
Locals call it “The Bistro,” and this establishment has been a favorite Jackson Hole staple since it opened 15 years ago. The Bistro has made a name for itself with its creative take on classic French bistro fare. Favorites include the Carter Country beef 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, Bin22 (117), Bodega (119), Il Villaggio Osteria (130), The Kitchen (132) and Q Roadhouse & Brewing Co. (143).
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 buffalo shrimp, hot wings, or mac and cheese bites. 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 featuring Angus beef, buffalo or black beans. 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.
There’s no better place to dine, people watch and mingle than at the Silver Dollar Bar & Grill. Right next to the Town Square, Silver Dollar Bar & Grill puts you right in the heart of the action. The extensive wine list includes a broad range of varietals from around the world with recommended pairings for the sophisticated mountain cuisine. For lunch, try the Jackson Hole Buffalo Burger or the award-winning corn chowder. For dinner, enjoy wild game, locally raised beef and fresh fish. The menu changes with the seasons, so check worthotel.com for current offerings. Inside the bar you’ll find a more casual atmosphere at this famous watering hole — the favorite meeting place of locals, cowboys, politicians, old-timers, ski bums and visitors for more than 50 years. Order a Bartender’s Margarita and sit at the bar, where 2,032 uncirculated 1921 Morgan silver dollars are inlaid in its surface.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner served daily offering locally sourced ingredients in enticing entrées created by Executive Chef Kevin Humphreys. Winner of “Jackson’s Best Chef” eight years in row, Chef Humphreys is dedicated to regional food sources and organic and sustainable farming — and you can taste it in his careful selection of ingredients. Named “The Place to Après” by SKI magazine, Spur boasts an exceptional list of handcrafted signature cocktails, like the famous margaritas with house-infused tequila and muddled blood orange puree. Enjoy heated patio seating, several local brews on tap, six HDTVs, and a lively and vibrant atmosphere surrounded by friends.
Stop in for lunch or dinner at Teton Pines, and you’ll see many of Jackson’s who’s who, from businessmen conducting meetings to girls’ night out gatherings to families on their way home from the slopes. This 29-year-old restaurant is a wonderful choice for visitors and locals, who are loyal followers of the delicious American fare. The service is warm and friendly. Recently renovated, the restaurant offers a new and vibrant ambiance. Lunchtime crowds come for fresh salads, hearty sandwiches and house-made potato chips. Winter happy hour draws a cult following (an excellent choice for escaping resort crowds) with small plates like meatball sliders and half-price cocktails. For dinner, find upscale cuisine like locally raised beef, fresh fish, handmade pastas and a superb wine list. Don’t skip the made-to-order cinnamon donuts. Chances are, you’ll become a loyal patron, too.
The original Thai restaurant in Jackson Hole is also the birthplace and home of Melvin Brewing. Thai Me Up offers an eclectic menu that includes everything from delicious Thai cuisine to the locally sourced burger menu. Your dining experience will always be entertaining courtesy of the open kitchen and kung fu on the TVs. Daily specials for the budget-conscious are available, so look for great deals and try them with any of the 20 Melvin brews on tap. Family-friendly dining, heated outdoor seating and late-night food is just a bit more of what you will find at Thai Me Up, and it is conveniently located one block from the Town Square. As the winner of Small Brewpub of the Year 2015 at the Great American Beer Festival and with locally acclaimed food, Thai Me Up is a place not to be missed and is open 5 p.m. until late seven days a week.
Ski right up to the front door of Michael Mina’s Teton Village hot spot, The Handle Bar. An inventive cocktail list, including special barrel-aged drinks and Glühwein, and an extensive beer menu accompany modern American pub fare. The 30-seat center bar offers striking views of Rendezvous Mountain, and there is family-style seating, cozy booths and an expansive heated outside terrace. On warm days, the retractable glass doors open so you can enjoy the sunshine and lounge on the deck. Grab a snack with a modern twist, like chili nachos, frickles with secret sauce or elk and bison meatballs, and stay for the daily happy hour specials. For dinner, don’t miss one of chef Michael Lishchynsky’s delicious entrées, including weekly family-style specials. Be sure to save room for dessert, like the homemade s’mores! So grab a beer in a boot and make yourself at home.