Have a Holiday Party

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For some of us, the holiday season means a lot of cooking and baking for family dinners, ugly Christmas sweater parties, or even cookie exchanges. Personally I love to spend a good few snowy days in my kitchen baking up treats and cooking a large spread for a holiday meal, but that’s not everyone’s cup of tea. Luckily, many restaurants and caterers around town have you covered for your holiday party or catering needs. We’ve rounded up the offers around town and will update as more pop up. Make sure to book early to reserve your spot or catering option so you can avoid being covered in flour, cookie dough and turkey gravy.

Jedediahs Catering is offering a customized in home, office or off-site prepared food delivery this holiday season. Call 307-413-6687 or email jedediahscatering@gmail.com to reserve.

Streetfood at the Stagecoach is offering holiday catering and no event is too small or too large. They are offering off site events or can work with the Stagecoach Bar to organize an event at the historic bar. Customize a special menu just for your event or choose an option from Streetfood’s “Around the World” program. Choose a country from their list including Mexico, Morocco, Sweden, Spain, Italy, Korea, Phillippines, or Argentina and they will customize a special menu for you. Contact Amelia for more catering options at amelia@streetfoodjh.com.

Bistro Catering is able to prepare a variety of different cuisine and styles, everything from cocktails and appetizers to a multicourse dinner. They are available for off-site catering or for food drop off.croquettes Bistro

The Mangy Moose is a great place to host your holiday party. They are bringing back popular menu items including their artichoke dip, a variety of steaks and Alaskan king crab. Book now by calling the Mangy Moose and asking for David.
Pizzeria Caldera is another great option to host your holiday party for 25 to 50 people. Holiday menus run from $20-$30 per person, depending on choices and dates. Please contact miga@pizzeriacaldera.com for more information or chris@pizzeriacaldera.com

Gather has a lot of options for your holiday party or for catering. You can buy out the entire restaurant or do a partial buyout. Large parties of 20 or more people can select a menu with a fixed price per person, plus tax and gratuity. The chef’s table is great for 14 or more people on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday nights excluding holidays. For special rates for events on or before Dec. 16 booked at Gather please contact info@gatherjh.com. For all off-site catering inquiries please contact mswain@gatherjh.com.holiday-catering-gather

National Museum of Wildlife Art is able to host parties of 20 to 450 people with many different room and hall options. For special winter and holiday deals on bookings please contact wmerrick@wildlifeart.org mswain@gatherjh.com for menu options.
Local Butcher, Trio, and Local will be hosting corporate and in home holiday dinner parties. Stay tuned for finalized details.
Persephone Bakery and Picnic will be offering brunch catering for Christmas. Bake at home pastries including croissants, jouign amann, cinnaomon rolls, deep dish French quiche, bundt cakes and more. All available to order online and don’t forget the bouche de noel for dessert.persephone
We are lucky that we get to live in an area with not one but two great grocery stores and lots of markets with perfectly prepared meals to pick up on the go. Stop into Lucky’s Market, Jackson Whole Grocer, Aspens Market, Pearl Street Market and Sweet Cheeks Meats to find great deals on prepared meats, appetizers, wine, desserts, and side dishes.
Don’t forget to give a call to personal chefs and other local catering companies such as Dining In Catering in Teton Valley, Unprocessed Kitchen and Incredible Edibles. Happy holidays everyone!

 

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Mollie is a native Cape Codder who learned at an early age how to put a lobster to sleep, harvest cranberries, and dig for clams. After high school she followed her sense of adventure out west to the University of Wyoming where she graduated with marketing and communication degrees. She found herself making roots in Jackson, her fiance’s hometown, and using her sales skills combined with her love of anything delicious to join the Dishing sales team. She loves baking from scratch, large glasses of red wine, and hiking with her heeler, Newton. She’ll try anything, but remains a stuck up Cape Codder when it comes to seafood. If she didn’t catch it or see it come off the boat, don’t even try tempting her.

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