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.
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.
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.
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.
Make your airport stay a little more enjoyable with breakfast or lunch from Jedediah’s. All menu items are made to order. Pre-made and pre-packaged selections are also available at the airport, along with a specialty coffees, daily specials, and a full bar.
Make the drive 10 minutes north of town to visit chef Luke Biewick and his North Grille culinary team. This past summer, with access to his own expansive greenhouse and his relationship with local farmers, cattle companies and butchers, the chef has really hit his stride. Chef Luke and his North Grille team are returning this winter with dinner service Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights beginning mid-December through the end of March. The dinner menu 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. But did we mention the spectacular Teton views?
Sweeping mountain views and a dynamic open kitchen elevate this modern American steakhouse, inspired by indigenous flavors and local traditions. Westbank Grill is a great place to enjoy farm-fresh favorites created by Executive Chef Michael Goralski and team. Watch as the sun rises or the alpine glow moves with floor-to-ceiling windows at this recently renovated restaurant. Dine out in the fresh mountain air on the heated terrace — the ideal slope-side setting for lunch around their warm and illuminating fire feature. In the afternoon, indulge in the tastes of raclette and fondue during après ski. All the while, sip on a perfectly curated glass of wine with the help of sommelier Anthony Puccia. Try freshly baked bread varieties, which include sourdough pain d’Epi, Gruyère gougere and herbed lavosh. Save room for the house-made desserts by renowned Executive Pastry Chef Rhonda Ashton and team.
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.
After a long day of mountain activities, cozy up slope-side at Old Yellowstone Garage (OYG), located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort inside Caldera House. Whether you’re looking for a light lunch, après-ski cocktail or mountainside dinner, OYG has something for you. Find creative menus with Italian influence — from comforting house-made pastas and wood-fired pizzas to fresh seafood and salads with local produce. With chef Jeremy Williamson at the helm, dishes focus on quality ingredients brought together in simple yet creative combinations. Wine connoisseurs shouldn’t miss the thoughtfully curated wine list focused on natural and organic wines produced in small quantities. Of course, you may opt for one of their top-shelf cocktails instead. Regardless, do yourself a favor and end the evening with a delightful dessert.
At the base of the aerial tram, this local’s hang-out serves classic pub favorites, home-made pizza and a shared-plates après menu. Daily drink specials and a sunny deck, with the best views of the tram and the mountain, make this a great place to spend your day.
Located atop the Bridger Gondola at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Piste Mountain Bistro has quickly become a favorite stop for lunch in Teton Village. Whether you’re taking a break during your ski day or you are just looking for lunch, Piste 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 interior space has an open, cozy atmosphere while tables by the large windows offer views overlooking the picturesque valley below, Corbet’s Couloir and Rendezvous Peak. Lunch served daily starting at 11:30 a.m.; reservations recommended on opentable.com or by calling 307-732-3177. Accessible to nonskiers; sightseeing ticket required.
An RPK 3 prediction in the forecast calls for more than six inches of snow, or in the minds of Jackson locals, a powder day! At the newest slope-side dining establishment in Teton Village, every day is treated like a powder day. There’s something for all at this casual lunch and après scene. Their selection of burgers, sandwiches, flatbreads, salads and soups are elevated with unique touches, and the food on their afternoon après menu is designed for snacking and sharing. With a mix of communal and smaller tables cozily nestled around a modern fireplace, RPK 3 is a hearty destination that boasts spectacular views of the aerial tram and a menu set to satisfy all types of appetites. Warm up with hot drinks on cold days or toast to your tram laps with specialty cocktails. Celebrate every day at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort with friends, food and festive beverages at RPK 3.
You’re invited to dine where the culinary talents of Executive Chef Troy Batten create a menu of enticing entrées, amazing appetizers and signature dishes that have delighted locals and visitors for years. Spur offers a menu as vibrant as the atmosphere and features several local beers on tap, creative cocktails, big screen TVs and a seasoned staff who share your sense of adventure. Visit for breakfast, lunch or dinner, or end your ski day at Spur to see why it is known as “the place to après.” Through the use of carefully selected ingredients, Spur puts a sophisticated spin on otherwise classic and distinctive dishes, simultaneously setting the standard for authentic Jackson Hole cuisine and service. There may be more reasons to dine at Spur than there are to ski more laps this winter.
In this classic Teton Village building, you will find something for everyone in your
family. The cafe serves an affordable breakfast with espressos, lattes and flavored local coffees to start your day with a kick. Head back for après, where you will find a mug club and pizzas by the slice in a family environment. The saloon opens at 11 a.m. and quickly becomes the most happening spot in the village. Get there early if you want to grab a table to enjoy the daily live music from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Order the world-famous Moose Nachos and the crowd favorite spicy margarita to warm yourself up, or head across the hall to the steakhouse for dinner featuring Wyoming beef and game steaks as well as a wide variety of comfort foods in a casual, kid-friendly environment. Don’t forget that you can order takeout online from mangymoose.com, and delivery is available to all Teton Village hotels.
At Bar Enoteca, a new restaurant by the popular Fine Dining Restaurant Group, you’ll find an extensive selection of wine, a full bar and Mediterranean-style plates at a convenient ski-in, ski-out location. Enoteca’s menu is ideal for grabbing breakfast before tram laps, while the daytime menu boasts a delicious selection of plates that are great for sharing. Watch the staff prepare dishes from the open kitchen or follow the mountain activity through the large slope-side picture windows. The expansive bar area and high-top tables invite you to linger for as long as your time will allow. Don’t miss the fantastic crudo plates or the fresh mozzarella. Enoteca is the perfect spot to grab a glass of wine and a bite to eat, no matter the occasion.
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 warm from the glow of 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, perfect for enjoying a meal during your winter activities, and its authentic Italian dishes will transport you to Europe without leaving the comfort of your table.
From the outside, Bodega looks like your average gas station store, but don’t let the 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, freshly made breakfast burritos and a variety of hot soups all winter long. 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.
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 wine, 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, and is located just 1.2 miles north of town with tons of parking. Private space available for wedding events, corporate retreats and private dinners. Call for details. Visit their sister location, Gather, for dinner in Downtown Jackson.
Finish your day in the Tetons at Copper Bar, where the tradition of continental fine dining is combined with a warm, cozy atmosphere. Here you will find gemütlichkeit — the state of good cheer created by a comfortable ambiance and warm hospitality. Whether taking in the mountain views on the deck, enjoying the comfort of the dining room or sitting inside the famous Copper Bar, you will find the perfect place for your dinner here. The menu offers alpine classics, such as steak tartare, wiener schnitzel and, of course, apfel strudel, as well as new regionally inspired dishes like elk au poivre and trout amandine. Stop into Copper Bar for delicious food, attentive service and the most authentic alpine ambiance in Jackson Hole.
Tucked away in the Aspens, Sudachi celebrates the best flavors and qualities of Japanese cuisine, driven by the desire to provide a world-class sushi experience in our small mountain town. Focusing on freshness and sustainability, Sudachi has created dishes, cocktails and an environment that honor this passion. To accomplish this goal, it has created two restaurants in one. Tuesdays through Fridays are “Sosaku,” or creative sushi nights, with a focus on sashimi, nigiri and creative kitchen specials. Saturdays through Mondays are “Izakaya,” or informal Japanese dining nights, with the emphasis on drinks and shared small plates. Both styles have something for everyone. Specialty cocktails and an evolving sake and wine menu complement the meal perfectly.