Inflate those bike tires and dust off that seat because the Teton Food Tour is this Sunday. Friends of Pathways and Slow Food in the Tetons team up to bring the community this annual affair, in its fourth year. Grab your bikes, friends, and family members to celebrate summer, local food, and the valley’s beautiful multi-purpose pathways.
From 1 to 5 p.m., the food tour covers six miles of paved pathway from the R Park to Teton Village. Along the way, enjoy six small plates of local food. Stops will also include live music and entertainment, including: face painting, lawn games, and kid’s activities.
At the first stop, R Park, Chippy’s Kitchen is teaming up with local, 12-year-old Chopped Junior Grand Champion 2017, Buck Milligan. The stop at Clayton Andrews Realty will feature fresh summer fruit. Aspens Market will be serving up potato salad on a bed of Huidekoper greens. Snake River Ranch is featuring Robinson Family Farm and Ranch pork tacos with Cosmic Apple greens. The last stop will be at Bodega in Teton Village, where the Bodega’s signature chicken sandwiches will be available, as well as homemade doughnuts from Bad Doughnut.
“Cruising along the pathway and eating yummy food – not sure I can think of a better way to spend an afternoon in Jackson Hole. Bring your bike, an empty stomach, and a smile – all necessary for a successful day!” said Katherine Dowson, Friends of Pathways Executive Director.
Friends of Pathways and Slow Food in the Tetons puts on the Teton Food Tour in partnership with Jackson Hole Land Trust, View 22, and Snake River Ranch. Upon conclusion of the food tour, participants are encouraged to enjoy the Concert on the Commons with Whitewater Ramble, in Teton Village.
Photos from last year’s event were taken by Tuck Fauntleroy.