Kazumi Japanese Cuisine offers traditional Japanese cuisine along with a vast selection of unique sushi rolls, sashimi, and nigiri. Our rice bowls are perfect for lunch, as well as our noodle soups. Our customers can also enjoy our traditional and specialty rolls matched with our premium sake and Japanese beers.
Entering its 30th year of business in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the New York City Sub Shop, owned and operated by Bruce Tlougan, has consistently served delicious sandwiches since its founding in 1985. Originally located on Glenwood Street, in a small 110 square foot storefront, this sub shop could only fit three customers inside at a time. You frequently had to stand outside (even in a snowstorm!) to get your sub passed through a small pick-up window. It was strictly a take-out business. Bruce’s mission was to deliver to his customers a top quality product and quick service for an affordable price. In 2000, the sub shop moved down the road to 20 North Jackson Street, in the former Daylight Donuts building. This present location offers plenty of indoor seating and easy parking. Over the years, artist Greta Gretzinger has painted murals on every square inch of wall space, resulting in a colorful and whimsical journey of the sub shop over 30+ years. Bruce’s hard work and simple design led to a successful foundation to build upon as he expanded his horizons further west to Oregon.
Wander over to Bin22, where you’ll find a sophisticated yet casual reprieve from the crowds outside. Located steps away from the Town Square, this wine and tapas bar is attached to a bottle shop and specialty grocer — it’s the perfect spot for a meal and a glass of wine, especially on the outdoor deck. Pick from one of the ever-changing wines by the glass to sample while you watch chefs pulling fresh mozzarella in the open kitchen. Community tables and warm staff bring the intimate atmosphere and Spanish- and Italian-style tapas to life. Like the wine you tasted? There is no corkage fee, so grab a bottle to savor in the wine bar, or ask one of the members of the knowledgeable vintner team to pull together a selection to take with you that fits your taste and budget. Looking to dine away? Choose from a wide assortment of meats, cheeses and more from the specialty grocer.
Hailing from Seoul, South Korea, Kim Degman first brought authentic Korean food to Jackson in 2011 with Kim’s Corner, which served up traditional Korean dishes, with some more common options like burgers, BLTs and fries sprinkled in the mix, until 2018. Now, Kim’s Corner has been reincarnated on West Broadway as Bapp, meaning “rice” or “a meal.” The bright space combines a pleasing array of colors and textures to complement homemade food that boasts fresh flavors and tantalizing textures. From light lunch options to filling dinner plates, these dishes incorporate traditional Korean spices and sauces, offering a unique dining experience to those unfamiliar with the cuisine. Satisfying while being nourishing or just a tad spicy, there’s something for the whole family on the menu at Bapp.
Ocean City China Bistro offers delicious dining, takeout and delivery. Ocean City China Bistro is a cornerstone in the Jackson community and has been recognized for its outstanding Chinese cuisine, excellent service and friendly staff. Our Chinese restaurant is known for its modern interpretation of classic dishes and its insistence on only using high quality fresh ingredients.
Bon Appe Thai has received the Thai Select Premium Award from the Thai government as one of the best Thai restaurants overseas. The restaurant gives you a taste of Thai cuisine you’re not likely to find outside of Thailand itself. While we specialize in the style of cooking native to central Thailand – the cradle of royal Thai culinary culture – we don’t stop there. Our menu features plenty of dishes that represent the best of authentic home-style Thai cooking.
Everyone loves a good story about following your dreams, so throw in some good old-fashioned barbecue and you have the story of Big Hole BBQ. What started out as an idea in a tiny shack in Driggs evolved into a successful (and delicious!) reality in Victor, Idaho. After nine years of serving up some of the best barbecue this side of the Mississippi, the team at Big Hole BBQ is proud to be sharing its passion with the Jackson community. With a menu for all ages, this family-owned restaurant serves food that will have you licking your fingers and asking for more. The dry-rubbed, smoked-to-perfection meats are just a portion of the mouthwatering options. Other specialties include fish tacos and mini sliders, served with your favorite barbecue accompaniments, like mac and cheese, baked beans or slaw. Head in, take a seat and pair your meal with a specialty cocktail or one of the many local beers on tap.
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.114), Bin22 (p.116), Bodega (p.118), Il Villaggio Osteria (p.133) and The Kitchen (p.136).
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!
This hip eatery with a casual, laid back island vibe is a favorite among locals for lunch, dinner and takeout. Just two blocks off the Town Square, the lively and inviting space features a menu brimming with fresh, creative and seasonal offerings reflecting the heritage of owners Eric and Zarina Sakai. Everything on the menu is prepared from scratch and made to order. Taste and experience the many flavors of Hawaii right here in Jackson. The bar features delicious signature cocktails, like the Lilikoi Sour made with vodka, passionfruit, ginger honey and orange bitters. There is a rotating selection of craft beers, natural wines and spirits as well. The artisan tea selection is the best in town, with a changing lineup from Red Blossom Tea Company. Tables fill quickly, but if you see a line, don’t fret — it’s fast and worth the wait.
Want a fresh-squeezed, 100 percent agave margarita paired with tasty shrimp tacos and roasted hatch chili queso fundido? If so, Hatch Taquería & Tequilas is just the place. Open daily and just two blocks from the Town Square with great deck dining, Hatch proudly offers house-made, GMO-free corn tortillas, organic greens and regionally sourced meats and produce. All juices are squeezed fresh daily and served in tasty cocktails. Hatch offers a unique twist on modern Mexican cuisine with a lively, contemporary atmosphere. Salads and fresh tacos are served alongside choices such as the Hatch Burger or Elk Quesadillas. Enjoy Mexican beers on tap and, most importantly, over 60 tequilas and mezcals behind the bar. The menu offers shared options and larger plates, so sit back with friends and enjoy this great spot for brunch, lunch, cocktails or dinner.
At El Abuelito, if you like the taste of Mexico, we bring Mexico to your table. Enjoy authentic dishes, such as broiled lamb chops, charcoal grilled steak or chicken, spicy prawns, whole pan fried tilapia, mole enchiladas, chipotle chicken enchiladas and a variety of Huevos dishes. Dine in the comfortable and colorful atmosphere of El Abuelito, where children are always welcome.
Situated in a historic home downtown, The Blue Lion has been popular with locals since 1978. Ask people what their favorite meal is in town, and you will often hear The Blue Lion’s roasted rack of lamb. This dish keeps patrons coming back: New Zealand lamb is rubbed with Dijon mustard, seasoned with breadcrumbs, baked and served sliced with a peppercorn-rosemary cream sauce and jalapeño-mint sauce, enjoyed in the relaxing ambiance of a refurbished, older historic home. But you’re encouraged to sample from the array of other items, including fresh fish, game and all-natural steaks. Vegan and gluten-free entrées are also available. Save room for one of The Blue Lion’s desserts: mud pie, tiramisu, Russian cream or one of the nightly dessert specials. Enjoy live acoustic guitar music most nights and dining on the patio during summer months. Reservations are recommended.
Trio is a downtown favorite. The atmosphere is hip, lively and inviting, like dining in a corner bistro in any big city. And the food? Some of the best in Jackson. Start dinner with a specialty cocktail, like the blood orange margarita. Then prepare to be impressed by chefs/owners Will Bradof and Paul Wireman, who pack the restaurant nightly with crowds seeking innovative dishes like the prosciutto and watermelon salad. The well-edited wine selection shows that Bradof and Wireman are just as good with their pairings as they are with their food. Reservations are a must, but if you find yourself without one, try to score a seat at the bar, a favorite spot for splitting a pizza, arugula salad and a bottle of Spanish red wine. There, you’re close enough to watch the action in the open kitchen.
It’s been our pleasure to make Jackson Hole’s best bagels since 1990. In addition to authentic boiled and baked bagels, we have fantastic sandwiches, salads, cookies, muffins, organic coffee and a full espresso bar. We also offer fresh fruit smoothies during the summer and homemade soups throughout the winter. Come in today and see why we were voted the locals’ favorite coffee shop for the past four years running.
A passion born of artistic creativity has conceived a love that will never stop seeking a greater result. A love that invites others to share in his sweet discoveries. Driven by this love, Chef Oscar Ortega has become one of the world’s greatest chocolatiers. For Chef Ortega, being a master chocolatier is not an occupation; it’s a quest. A continual search for the perfect blend of art and flavor.
With a menu of intriguing desserts, you might be tempted to skip to the last course at The Kitchen. Don’t — just save room. Get cozy at the bamboo bar near the open kitchen or on the fantastic outdoor deck for an unforgettable meal of modern dishes with Asian influences and comforting notes. The menu — complemented by a creative cocktail program and an extensive wine selection — is clean and fresh, with special attention paid to uncomplicated presentations in which each ingredient shines. Whether you come in to enjoy the popular luxury shrimp or one of the delectable entrées, you must start with a dish from the fresh crudo bar. For dessert, the potato chip pie (served with Cream + Sugar ice cream) is an excellent choice. The food here is perfectly simple, natural and modern, and so is the atmosphere.
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.
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.