If you happened to drive past the Teton Steakhouse today, you probably noticed the large auction sign on the front of the restaurant.
An owner confirmed to Dishing that the restaurant has closed. The Steakhouse’s website said the popular spot at Pearl Street and Cache closed Sunday. Its Facebook page says it was closed after 27 years.
“But we’ll be back very soon at the same location, with a new name, new look and all new menu,” the website states. “These are exciting times for us and we hope you will join us when we reopen.”
The owner, who did not want to be quoted by name, said they will be remodeling the restaurant and may be opening another.
As for details, that’s all she would say.
The auction, which will sell off many items inside the restaurant, including antiques, will be held Thursday. The “back of the house equipment” will not be sold, she said.
The Steakhouse, known as a popular hangout for Moose Hockey players and for local law enforcement (sorry guys, I ALWAYS see your cars out there), was popular for its $7.99 all-you-can-eat cowboy breakfast buffet. Its dinner menu offered hearty plates of chicken, pork and steak priced from $17.99 to $250.99 (yes, $250.99 is what the website says). And of course, there was the $12.99 unlimted soup and salad bar.