Taco Truck Offers More Options This Winter

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The Tincan Cantina is the perfect place to stop for a snack before riding up or after skiing down the gondola.

The Tin Can Cantina is the perfect place to stop for a snack before riding up, or after skiing down, the gondola.

During the last couple of summers, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has developed a following at its first food cart, the Tin Can Cantina. The tacos and margaritas that this small, mobile kitchen creates are amazing. They are served outside with a view as an added bonus.

This winter, the resort has found a new way to keep the truck going, as well as make your ride up the Bridger Gondola more fulfilling. Stop by the food cart on your way up the mountain for one of the best breakfast burritos around. Stuffed with meat, potatoes, eggs, veggies and more (there is a non-meat version as well) the burrito could easily fuel you (and a friend if you want to share) for the whole day. That hike up the headwall will feel like nothing after this energy bomb.

Serving breakfast burritos, freshly fried sopapillos and lunch burrito options as well as hot drinks, the Tincan Cantina is a great addition this winter to the offerings in Teton Village.

Serving breakfast burritos, freshly fried sopapillas and lunch burrito options as well as hot drinks, the Tin Can Cantina is a great addition this winter to the offerings in Teton Village.

Already taken a few runs and simply need a snack to keep you going? Try a basket of warm and freshly fried sopapillas. Sprinkled with powdered sugar, these airy, light bites are a perfect accompaniment to a warm and slightly spicy Mexican hot chocolate. Lunch meat burritos are available as well.

Open from 8 a.m. til 2 p.m. daily, you can easily grab breakfast, lunch or a quick snack and drink in this convenient location.

 


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