The powder is poppin’ at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and it’s time to fuel up for a day on the slopes. Pack in the calories and carbohydrates with one of these Teton Village breakfast options. You’ll be ready to take on the tram when you fuel up at one of these slope side breakfast spots.
All you can eat from 7:30-11 a.m.? The buffet options abound in Teton Village. First, get a taste of the alps at the Alpenhof. While this buffet is complimentary to Alpenhof guests, the public can partake for $16 per person. Hot items include scrambled eggs, bacon or sausage, and a rotating side of hash browns, French toast, Swedish pancakes, or Norwegian waffles. In addition to a full continental selection, feast on a European meat and cheese platter. An ala carte menu is available as well. Try the Nordisk vaffel: a thin waffle flavored with cardamom served with berry compote and whipped cream or maple syrup and Swedish sausage.
Nestled in cozy Teton Mountain lodge, watch the morning sun increase from the big windows providing views to the Spur’s wood surfaced tables. It’s buffet only when you have breakfast at the Spur, but what a buffet it is. The prize of the cold bar is the house made granola, or, the overnight oats. It’s too hard to decide! Great silver platters steam with scrambled eggs, hash browns, a daily egg special, French toast, and a platter of meats. Eggs any style or pancakes are made to order from the kitchen. This feast will cost you $23 per person, $17 for kids 12 and under. It is open from 7-10 a.m.
The buffet at the Westbank Grill is available from 7-10:30 a.m. This spread includes specialty hot entrees, smoked fish and breakfast meats, house made pastries and bagels, build your own yogurt parfait and fresh fruits, as well as coffee and juice. There is an entrée selection of gluten free hot entrees, pastries, and bagels. Score this starter for $38 per adult, and $19 for kids ages five to twelve.
The first level of the Mangy Moose opens it’s RMO Café doors for breakfast at 8 a.m., daily. This casual café offers affordable menu items which include: bacon and eggs, pancakes, French toast, huevos rancheros, yogurt and granola, and pastries fresh from the bakery. Catch up on the snow report with their free wi-fi.
Fine Dining Group’s only restaurant that serves breakfast is serving it up in Hotel Terra at Il Villaggio Osteria. You’ll find your classic breakfast or yogurt and granola on the menu, as well as specialties like a chicken hash, egg white frittata, or ham and gruyere sandwich. Grab and go items will be available across the way in Bar Enoteca.