Membership Has Its Benefits





While Groucho Marx infamously denounced club membership in 1959 to the Friar’s Club of Beverly Hills, stating “I don’t want to belong to any club that will accept people like me as a member,” in our community I find almost everyone I know feels exactly the opposite of  Marx’s sentiment.

This desire to belong to something in our town runs the gamut from securing your spot in the exclusive Mug Club at The Snake River Brewery, getting your hair cut and beard trimmed while sipping from your own bottle of whiskey at Jackson’s new, old-school barbershop, The Whiskey Barber, and most elusive of all, The Jackson Hole Air Force, skiing’s biggest underground ski fraternity. Well, here’s just one more to add to the list, and it’s likely the easiest for you to gain membership!

The Town Square Tavern (TST) introduced a new incentive this football season called the Frequent Football Club, which offers you a great deal, as well as the comfort of claiming regular status at a local bar you may not already be frequenting. Sign up for the Frequent Football Club for a one-time cost of $25, and from that point on you’ll receive 25 percent off your entire bill during any NFL or NCAA game.

So while we’re a few weeks into football season and many of you have been watching your favorite teams drop the ball for years at the same watering hole, some of you are likely seeking out a new game-day routine. Why not switch it up with this awesome deal at The TST? They’re featuring the NFL Sunday Ticket and ESPN’s Game Plan from Direct TV on 11 HDTVs, including a massive 100-inch projection screen.

In addition to their regular menu, TST is also serving breakfast Saturdays and Sundays, with build-your-own omelets, eggs to order and my personal favorite, breakfast burritos.

Don’t forget to check out Dishing’s Calendar Of Events for other Steals and Deals of the sports variety, listed in GREEN. If you know of any other sports deals, please comment below or email me at


About Author

Jamie is now in her sixth year of what was intended to be a one-year experiment in dramatic lifestyle change from her fast-paced urban New York City to the more laid back rustic Jackson Hole. No question, hiking in the Tetons and tubing the Snake River beats riding the sweltering NYC subway hands down. Plus, her off-season schedule gives her the freedom to indulge her passion for adventure travel and photography…and seeking out exotic, spicy cuisine around the globe. Jamie’s involvement in the food industry began in her high school days when she worked at a popular local bagel shop and it continues with her recent server’s position at the Million Dollar Cowboy Steakhouse. When she’s not working, you’ll find her at one of the many great Jackson Hole restaurants seeking out spicy cuisine and planning her next trip abroad.

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