Fall Into Fall Specials


It’s that time of year again: time for fall off-season specials. Get the scoop on the latest, most up to date specials and closures at Dishing.

Bapp: Through the end of October, get 20 percent off dinner entrees when you mention the deal to your server. In addition, get half-off beer and wine all day long.

Bar Enoteca: Open for breakfast only starting October 1.

Blue Lion: Two-for-one entrees through the off-season. Closed on Tuesdays October 8-December 3.

Bodega: Off-season hours are Monday-Friday from 7 a.m.-7 p.m.; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. The food truck closes for the season October 8.

Bubba’s: Daily lunch specials.

The Bunnery: Closed for repairs November 4-7.

Calico: Starting October 15, and continuing until December 1, Calico will offer 20 percent off dine-in or takeout.

Dornan’s: Closed November 4-December 5.

E.leaven: Enjoy two-for-one breakfast from 8-10 a.m. daily. Closed November 23-December 2.

FIGS: Reopening November 22.

glorietta pasta

There’s a pasta for all at Glorietta.

Glorietta Trattoria: Service will resume for the winter season on December 3.

The Granary: Last lunch will be served September 29. Starting October 20, the bar will open at 4 p.m., with dinner starting at 5 p.m., Thursday-Saturday. Breakfast will be served from 7-11 a.m. Friday-Sunday. Their seven day breakfast and dinner schedule will resume December 15. Also take part in their 5th Season Special hotel package. See the details, here.

Hand Fire Pizza: Closed November 4-21.

Hatch Taqueria and Tequilas: Tuesdays are Taco Tuesdays with $3 single tacos. Enjoy two-for-ones for tacos and dinner starting October 23; two-for-one breakfast starts November 1 (*two-for-ones not valid on Tuesdays). Visit our happy hour page for the details of Hatch’s off-season happy hour. Closing only for Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

Healthy Being: Enjoy rotating off-season specials weekly–stay tuned into their social media pages for details. Cleanse with a friend October 15-November 15. Sign up for a multi-day cleanse with a friend and you both get 10 percent off; cleanse with a group of four or more and you all save 15 percent

Il Villaggio Osteria: Open for lunch and dinner only starting October 1. Buy one entrée during dinner and get the second for $2, October 28-November 24. The $2 will be donating to a rotating local nonprofit.

Jackson Drug: Jackson Drug will take a short break November 15-28.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort:

  • Aerial Tram: Closes October 7
  • Bridger Gondola: Closes September 30
  • Corbet’s Cabin: Closes October 7
  • The Deck: Closes September 9
  • Off-Piste: Closes September 30
  • Piste: Closes September 16
  • RPK 3: Closes October 7

Jackson Whole Grocer: Daily deli deals: October 1-November 23.

  • Sunday: Buy one, get one free rotisserie chickens
  • Monday: Buy one, get on free pizza (whole or slices)
  • Tuesday: $7 for two tacos and a 16-ounce beer
  • Wednesday: Buy one, get one free California rolls
  • Thursday: Buy one, get one free rice bowls
  • Friday: Buy one 32-ounce soup, get a signature salad for free
  • Saturday: Buy one, get one free sloshies

The Kitchen: Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays starting October 29. Buy one entrée during dinner and get the second for $2, October 28-November 24. The $2 will be donating to a rotating local nonprofit.

Liberty Burger: Get a burger and beer (or root beer float) for just $10.

Local: Two-for-one dinner entrees will be available at Local Monday-Thursday, October 21-November 14. The deal must be mentioned to your server. Get it before they close November 17-December 4.

Mangy Moose: The Mangy Moose will close for the off-season October 27. Until then, enjoy their Fall Football Specials.

Merry Piglets: Get two-for-one chicken or beef fajitas all day, with two-for-one margaritas from 5-7 p.m.

Noodle Kitchen: Boasting nightly sushi specials.

North Grille: Closes for the off-season October 5-mid-December. Upon reopening, The North Grille will be open for dinner Thursday-Saturdays.

Old Yellowstone Garage: Closes October 1. Reopens with JHMR November 28.

Orsetto Italian Bar and Eatery: Starting October 1, buy one entrée, get the second for $2. The $2 will go to a local nonprofit. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the $2 will benefit St. John’s Hospital Foundation Women’s Health Care Fund.

Palate: Closed October 22-November 30.

Persephone – Aspens: Have you tried their new dinner service?! Now’s the time with buy one entree, get the second for $2.


Fall favorites at Spur Restaurant & Bar.

The Phoenix and the Dragon: Take out happy hour special through October 31. (See our happy hour page for full details). They’re also offering a $10 gluten-free lunch special for the month of October that includes a stir-fried veggie noodle bowl and gluten-free cookie. Closed for the off-season November 1-December 1. Until then, the Phoenix and the Dragon is open Monday-Friday for lunch at 11:30 a.m., dinner at 5 p.m.

Pizzeria Caldera: 2-fer Tuesday is back, but with a twist, because Pizzeria Caldera is offering 2-fer Everday! Buy one pizza, pasta or panini and get the second for $2 (benefiting a local nonprofit).

Rendezvous Bistro: Closed Sundays and Mondays starting October 27. Buy one entrée during dinner and get the second for $2, October 28-November 24. The $2 will be donating to a rotating local nonprofit.

Silver Dollar Bar & Grill: Lunch and dinner specials begin October 28.

  • Breakfast: Get 10 percent off your bill when you dine before 10 a.m.
  • Lunch: Flip Ya for Lunch, pay $1 to flip a silver dollar, Monday-Friday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., and if you call it right lunch is free.
  • Dinner: Two-for-one dinner entrees in the bar and grill when you mention the deal to your server. Half-off select bottles of wine.

Snake River Grill: Closing October 31-December 4. Until then, bottles of wine are 50 percent off Monday-Thursdays.

Spur Restaurant & Bar: Closing October 28-November 28.

StillWest Brewery & Grill: Closed November 9-29.

Streetfood: Enjoy a $9 lunch special, daily. Also, look for the return of Ramen Sundays.

Suda: Two-for-one specials have started for the off-season. Hours have changed to Tuesday-Saturday from 5-9 p.m. through December 16.

Thai Me Up: Starting October 1, TMU will have happy hour pricing all night. Select $3 beer and $5 DIPA. Weekday specials include: $12 General Thai and a beer on Sundays, $10 wings on Mondays and $12 burger and a beer on Tuesdays.

Teton Pines: Last lunch of the summer will be October 18, with the final dinner being October 19. Lunch resumes November 20, with dinner and happy hour back on December 4.

Teton Thai: Reopening December 5.

Trio: Two-for-one dinner entrees will be available at Trio nightly, October 21-November 16. The deal must be mentioned to your server. Get it before they close November 17-December 4.

Westbank Grill: September 23-October 26, participate in the 4-for-$40 Chef’s Tasting Menu. A rotating, four-course menu will feature potential dishes for the winter menu. Guests have the chance to vote on the dishes and give feedback. The top dishes will be put on the winter menu.

White Buffalo Club: Closed until December 5.

Wild Sage: Closed Sundays and Mondays during November.


Enjoy divine desserts from Four Seasons pastry chef Rhonda Ashton when you dine at Westbank Grill.


About Author

Raised in the land of casseroles and deep fried cheese curds, Sam Simma left rural Wisconsin for the mountains of Wyoming in summer 2012. Her appetite for adventure is the only thing that rivals her passion for food. She has always used writing to document and critique her travel and dining experiences. Her warmest memories among family and friends have been associated with the food that was at the center of the occasion. From staging cooking shows with siblings to perfecting turtle brownies with her dad, today Sam enjoys connecting people over food by hosting cookie decorating parties, wine pairing nights, and Midwest-inspired potlucks. A dessert fanatic, she has come to impress friends and family with key lime pies, Oreo bon bons, and Snickers ice cream cakes that are far simpler than they could ever imagine. Shhh! Don’t tell.

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