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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the Chuckwagon, June through Labor Day, we offer breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Chuckwagon has been serving visitors and locals alike since 1948. The Chuckwagon-Grill offers a casual outdoor dining atmosphere with a dramatic backdrop. The Chuckwagon also offers a selection of beer, wine and sloshies (delicious adult frozen beverages)
The Pizza & Pasta Company serves homemade soups, fresh pastas, crisp salads, gourmet pizzas and hot sandwiches on our bakery-fresh breads. The Pizza & Pasta Company is located within the Spur Bar, which hands down has one of the best views around and during the summer and fall offers a lower and upper deck with amazing views of the Tetons and the Snake River. Besides the spectacular view, the Spur Bar is also known for delicious bloody Marys made from scratch.
The Trading Post/Deli offers gourmet sandwiches made to order that you can enjoy on our front deck or take with you on your favorite hike or outdoor adventure.
During the summer months, you can start your day with a hot cup of coffee, espresso or specialty drink from our coffee cart or perhaps some baked goods made from scratch in the Dornan’s bakery. During the summer months you can also top everything off with a delicious scoop or double scoop of ice cream from the ice cream cart.
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.
Nestled hillside at Hotel Terra in Teton Village, Osteria is a little piece of Italy in western Wyoming. The restaurant’s rustic, European feel encourages you to enjoy a multicourse menu. You will leave having had an experience, not just a meal. The pizza oven fires perfect pies in unique combinations, and the menu offers a great selection of shared starters, fresh pastas and seasonal salads. Sit at the salumi bar and nosh on plates of house-made sausage, salumi and imported cheese while you watch the glow from the pizza oven. No matter the seat, the friendly, knowledgeable staff offers a first-rate experience. Osteria is located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and its authentic Italian dishes will transport you to Europe without leaving the comfort of your table. During summer, settle in for a bite and a glass of wine on the mountainside outdoor deck.
Jackson Lake Lodge offers three premiere dining experiences:
Inspiring views aside, what brings diners to The Mural Room time and time again is the award-winning Rocky Mountain cuisine. Serving local bison and wild game, sustainable seafood and all-natural beef prepared fresh at the on-site butcher shop; bread and rolls scratch-made at the in-house bakery; and locally-sourced produce and dairy, much of which is organic, The Mural Room elevates national park dining to new heights.
For a less formal setting, the Pioneer Grill offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a classic 1950’s-style service. The Pioneer Grill at Jackson Lake Lodge is one of the oldest and rumored to be the longest continual counters at 200 ft. One counter snakes through the room, creating a friendly atmosphere where guests interact with travelers and employees from around the world. Be sure to enjoy one of the famous huckleberry milkshakes before you leave!
Enjoy a huckleberry mojito or local brew while relaxing on the deck and watching the wildlife beneath a Teton sunset. Voted as the “best watering hole – human division” by the National Park Foundation, the Blue Heron Lounge offers a casual dining rendezvous for friends who are relaxing after an adventurous day in Grand Teton National Park. Indoor and outdoor seating available.
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.
Last winter, the buzz around Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis Club’s 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 really shine through. A subtle Mediterranean influence can be found in dishes created with everything from the bread to the 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 outdoor dinner series, which will be held twice a month in July, August and September. But did we mention the spectacular Teton views?
The food. The view. The art. Jackson’s newest restaurant combines exquisite cuisine, breathtaking views and fabulous art from its perch at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, just minutes from town. From the team behind Gather, this lunch spot invites you to sip a glass of rosé on the patio, linger over your meal and peruse the museum’s world-class collection. Find chefs Clark Myers’ and Chas Bakis’ inventive dishes made with seasonal, sustainable and local ingredients presented in a creative way, like a braised pork belly BLT (with tomato jam, grilled red onion, sunflower pesto on ciabatta). Palate is the place to stop for a quick bite before walking around the museum or for a long, lazy lunch with friends. There is a kids’ menu available, and make sure to ask about Palate’s event catering at the museum’s many on- or off-site options. Visit Palate’s sister restaurant, Gather, for dinner downtown.
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 you 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.
In a town that’s oddly obsessed with margaritas (spicy margs, anyone?), there might be no better combination of taste and views than a blackberry margarita from Deadman’s Bar at Signal Mountain Lodge. The lodge, located on the shores of Jackson Lake in Grand Teton National Park, strives to be the one stop shop for visitors to the park. However, if you’re not looking for an all inclusive package, it’s well worth it to at least stop in for a bite to eat at the Trapper Grill and take in the views of Jackson Lake and the Tetons.
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).
When you think of a traditional alpine setting complete with authentic Swiss cuisine, the Alpenhof is the place. This Jackson Hole classic has it all. Settle into the inviting dining room for a full-course culinary experience at the Alpenrose or unwind upstairs at the casual Bistro. Both menus feature fondue, raclette, wiener schnitzel and German sausages, along with other intercontinental favorites. Enjoy sweeping mountain views with friends and family. The Bistro bar offers a wide selection of imported and domestic beers and drink specials. The Alpenhof is conveniently located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Hours are seasonal, so please call or check the website for specific days and times.
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.
The Wyoming tradition of vast ranches and farms inspires Executive Chef Michael Goralski and his culinary team. Westbank Grill is a great place to enjoy farm-fresh favorites from regional sources. Enjoy views of Rendezvous Mountain while indulging in a plate of house-made charcuterie and local cheeses. It may be difficult to not fill up on the freshly baked bread selection, but with an array of seasonal sides to accompany the entrées, go ahead and try. From dry-aged steaks to Idaho golden trout, expect an exceptional meal and experience. The house-made desserts by Executive Pastry Chef Rhonda Ashton and her team are not to be missed.