Jackson Hole Food & Nightlife


Jackson Hole Food & Nightlife

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Teton Village Restaurants

The base area at Jackson Hole has adequate options for dining for a range of budgets.

A favourite Teton Village restaurant is the Spur Restaurant at the Teton Mountain Lodge, which has delightful ambience. The restaurant serves up fare of exceptional quality, and most dishes are surprisingly well priced. The range of cuisine on offer is also impressive – you need to sample lots of appetizers!

Another good Teton Village restaurant for price and quality is the hearty European fare at Alpenhof Bistro.

The Gamefish Restaurant at the Snake River Lodge offers lovely food, but we found the service to be absolutely laughable, as did the two tables adjacent to us.

Teton Thai is incredibly popular, so good luck getting in there! They don’t take bookings and it doesn’t seat many people, so expect waits of an hour plus (unless you get there at 5pm).

For good pub nosh, dinner is best at the Mangy Moose.

If a quick breakfast is your requirement, the RMO Cafe (in the Mangy Moose) and the Village Cafe are the best bet.

Jackson Restaurants

The town of Jackson has an absolute multitude of dining options. Here’s just a small sample of restaurants in Jackson.

For classic western fare fine dining, head to the Silver Dollar Grill at the Wort Hotel. Or for cheap and cheerful western food, try next door at the Silver Dollar Bar.

Teton Tiger (165 N Center St. Jackson) offers amazing Asian cuisine and the aromas are likely to lure you in. Definitely make a reservation.

Orsetto (161 N Center Street, a half block north east of town square) offers American Italian fare, along with views up to the Snow King Ski Resort.

Trio (45 South Glenwood) offers casual upscale dining with exceptionally good food.

King Sushi (75 S King St) is located in a small log cabin, and offers up great sushi, noodles and some grilled items.

For simple daytime fare we can recommend the deli sandwich bar at the rear of Pearl Market (40 W Pearl Avenue).

Teton Village Bars & Nightlife

Teton Village nightlife generally isn’t much to write home about. The only place with real after hours action is The Mangy Moose. On a powder day the Mangy Moose can be packed and you can’t even find standing room. They sell merchandise which makes it feel more like a tourist attraction than a good après ski bar, but the carpet is old and smelly so you know it must be pretty good. Some rate it in the top 10 best après ski bars in the world. That’s a big call. It is certainly a good bar – how good? You be the judge.

Another popular revel house for après ski is the Handle Bar at Four Seasons. It’s a perfect spot to sit in the sun to watch the slopes and drink beer. Expect Four Seasons type prices.

OYG is a small low-key bar for a sophisticated drink, or alternatively the Spur Bar at the Teton Mountain Lodge is a grown-up bar for wine or cocktails and appies.

Jackson Bars

Jackson has more options for nightlife than Teton Village, including some tacky, but must-visit bars like the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar which is so touristy that it has its own souvenir shop. Sitting in the horse saddles at the bar is required drinking (although the saddles get uncomfortable pretty quickly)!