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5 Best Jackson Hole Restaurants

5 Best Jackson Hole Restaurants

These Jackson Hole restaurants should be on your list of places to dine when visiting the area.

The best Jackson Hole restaurants offer a variety of different cuisines.

Jackson Hole is Wyoming’s top destination for year-round vacationing, and those headed to the area may want to know which restaurants are the best Jackson Hole restaurants.

From high-end restaurants to casual eateries, Jackson Hole restaurants offer quality food with a quality experience that can’t be found elsewhere. In order to compile our list of the best Jackson Hole restaurants, The Daily Meal looked to Jackson Hole restaurants that have received positive press or accolades, have been featured on other best lists, or have been positively reviewed by both the community and visitors.

Among the best Jackson Hole restaurants is Nora’s Fish Creek Inn, whose chef, Nora Tygum, won a James Beard American Classic award in 2012. Go for the huevos rancheros, the restaurant’s must-try dish.

Snake River Grill is another Jackson Hole restaurant that deserves a visit from any tourist (as well as any local), as it is said to have an incredibly delicious steak tartare on the menu.

Tourists should also consider dining at Trio, a contemporary American bistro that is owned and operated by Jackson Hole locals. The menu is seasonal, and the must-try dish is the waffle fries, served with scallions.

Another of the best Jackson Hole restaurants to include on your culinary tour is Rendezvous Bistro, which offers satisfying comfort food like the beloved macaroni and cheese.

Be sure to check out the Westbank Grill, a popular steakhouse located inside of the Four Seasons Hotel. Though steak is the hero of the menu here — especially the Tomahawk steak — seafood dishes are also favorites.


7 of the Best Restaurants to Eat at on Your Next Trip to Jackson Hole

You know Jackson Hole, Wyoming for its skiing, but you’ll stay for the food. This small mountain town has no shortage of world-class restaurants for every budget.

Related To:

Persephone Bakery

Persephone&rsquos ambiance is as delightful as its creative pastry menu. One quick peek inside and you&rsquoll see exactly why there&rsquos often a wait&mdashif not a line out the door&mdashon weekends, and one bite of their Kougin Amman, a croissant-like pastry coated in caramelized sugar, and you&rsquoll immediately agree it&rsquos worth it. Download the bakery&rsquos app to order a box of scones, croissants and muffins before they run out, or head there early in the morning to beat the rush. At lunch, grab a seat on the patio and try the "Grown Up Grilled Cheese" for lunch, made with goat cheese and gruyere, fig jam, bacon and caramelized onions.

Old Yellowstone Garage

Old Yellowstone Garage has a long history of serving not just the best Italian food in the Jackson area, but some of the best homemade food, period. It started out in an old auto shop in Dubois, northeast of Jackson, and&mdashafter a short hiatus when the original owners retired&mdashnow has two locations, in Teton Village, slopeside in the luxury lodge Caldera House, and in another former auto garage in Alpine. Go on a Monday night if you can, as Mondays are pizza night when the kitchen sends out slice after slice of artisan pizza for a fixed price.

Hand Fire Pizza

Look again: That&rsquos not a movie theater, it&rsquos a pizza restaurant. Hand Fire Pizza opened in late 2017 in the old Teton Theatre, a local institution from its birth in the 1940s until it stopped showing films in 2015. The iconic neon sign now welcomes foodies for creative, organic dough pizzas like the "Meatbawls!" made with Wyoming beef, and the Mo&rsquo Betta BBQ, made with slow-roasted pork shoulder. Every Tuesday night, Hand Fire donates proceeds from every pie sold to local causes.

Café Genevieve

Café Genevieve, just steps from the town square, is easily one of Jackson&rsquos best all-day eateries, but do not miss brunch here. It&rsquos to die for, and not just because of their famous "pig candy," slow-cooked bacon coated in sugars and spices. Be sure to try the Snake River Farms Corned Beef Hash, expertly crisped, and the Pig Candy Salad.

Rendezvous Bistro

Rendezvous Bistro is a long-time local&rsquos favorite for everything from a casual dinner to a romantic night out for a special occasion. The menu is full of old classics like duck confit, which is exceptional, but often changes and offers surprises like Cajun fried alligator.

Orsetto

For fine dining in a cozy restaurant with an exclusive feel right off Jackson&rsquos town square, head to Orsetto. They do Italian food right with homemade pasta and crafted bruschetta. Orsetto is a great happy hour stop, too, with creative (and juicy) cocktails like the Blackberry Amaro.

The Granary

With some of the best views of the Tetons Jackson has to offer, The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch is no standard hotel restaurant. Snag a seat at the bar before sunset for a prime view of the Tetons as they fade into the night sky. The menu changes seasonally, but you&rsquoll always find classic Wyoming dishes here, like elk and local beef. Spring Creek Ranch is just outside of downtown, and the hotel offers a free shuttle (by reservation only) if you&rsquod rather not drive.


7 of the Best Restaurants to Eat at on Your Next Trip to Jackson Hole

You know Jackson Hole, Wyoming for its skiing, but you’ll stay for the food. This small mountain town has no shortage of world-class restaurants for every budget.

Related To:

Persephone Bakery

Persephone&rsquos ambiance is as delightful as its creative pastry menu. One quick peek inside and you&rsquoll see exactly why there&rsquos often a wait&mdashif not a line out the door&mdashon weekends, and one bite of their Kougin Amman, a croissant-like pastry coated in caramelized sugar, and you&rsquoll immediately agree it&rsquos worth it. Download the bakery&rsquos app to order a box of scones, croissants and muffins before they run out, or head there early in the morning to beat the rush. At lunch, grab a seat on the patio and try the "Grown Up Grilled Cheese" for lunch, made with goat cheese and gruyere, fig jam, bacon and caramelized onions.

Old Yellowstone Garage

Old Yellowstone Garage has a long history of serving not just the best Italian food in the Jackson area, but some of the best homemade food, period. It started out in an old auto shop in Dubois, northeast of Jackson, and&mdashafter a short hiatus when the original owners retired&mdashnow has two locations, in Teton Village, slopeside in the luxury lodge Caldera House, and in another former auto garage in Alpine. Go on a Monday night if you can, as Mondays are pizza night when the kitchen sends out slice after slice of artisan pizza for a fixed price.

Hand Fire Pizza

Look again: That&rsquos not a movie theater, it&rsquos a pizza restaurant. Hand Fire Pizza opened in late 2017 in the old Teton Theatre, a local institution from its birth in the 1940s until it stopped showing films in 2015. The iconic neon sign now welcomes foodies for creative, organic dough pizzas like the "Meatbawls!" made with Wyoming beef, and the Mo&rsquo Betta BBQ, made with slow-roasted pork shoulder. Every Tuesday night, Hand Fire donates proceeds from every pie sold to local causes.

Café Genevieve

Café Genevieve, just steps from the town square, is easily one of Jackson&rsquos best all-day eateries, but do not miss brunch here. It&rsquos to die for, and not just because of their famous "pig candy," slow-cooked bacon coated in sugars and spices. Be sure to try the Snake River Farms Corned Beef Hash, expertly crisped, and the Pig Candy Salad.

Rendezvous Bistro

Rendezvous Bistro is a long-time local&rsquos favorite for everything from a casual dinner to a romantic night out for a special occasion. The menu is full of old classics like duck confit, which is exceptional, but often changes and offers surprises like Cajun fried alligator.

Orsetto

For fine dining in a cozy restaurant with an exclusive feel right off Jackson&rsquos town square, head to Orsetto. They do Italian food right with homemade pasta and crafted bruschetta. Orsetto is a great happy hour stop, too, with creative (and juicy) cocktails like the Blackberry Amaro.

The Granary

With some of the best views of the Tetons Jackson has to offer, The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch is no standard hotel restaurant. Snag a seat at the bar before sunset for a prime view of the Tetons as they fade into the night sky. The menu changes seasonally, but you&rsquoll always find classic Wyoming dishes here, like elk and local beef. Spring Creek Ranch is just outside of downtown, and the hotel offers a free shuttle (by reservation only) if you&rsquod rather not drive.


7 of the Best Restaurants to Eat at on Your Next Trip to Jackson Hole

You know Jackson Hole, Wyoming for its skiing, but you’ll stay for the food. This small mountain town has no shortage of world-class restaurants for every budget.

Related To:

Persephone Bakery

Persephone&rsquos ambiance is as delightful as its creative pastry menu. One quick peek inside and you&rsquoll see exactly why there&rsquos often a wait&mdashif not a line out the door&mdashon weekends, and one bite of their Kougin Amman, a croissant-like pastry coated in caramelized sugar, and you&rsquoll immediately agree it&rsquos worth it. Download the bakery&rsquos app to order a box of scones, croissants and muffins before they run out, or head there early in the morning to beat the rush. At lunch, grab a seat on the patio and try the "Grown Up Grilled Cheese" for lunch, made with goat cheese and gruyere, fig jam, bacon and caramelized onions.

Old Yellowstone Garage

Old Yellowstone Garage has a long history of serving not just the best Italian food in the Jackson area, but some of the best homemade food, period. It started out in an old auto shop in Dubois, northeast of Jackson, and&mdashafter a short hiatus when the original owners retired&mdashnow has two locations, in Teton Village, slopeside in the luxury lodge Caldera House, and in another former auto garage in Alpine. Go on a Monday night if you can, as Mondays are pizza night when the kitchen sends out slice after slice of artisan pizza for a fixed price.

Hand Fire Pizza

Look again: That&rsquos not a movie theater, it&rsquos a pizza restaurant. Hand Fire Pizza opened in late 2017 in the old Teton Theatre, a local institution from its birth in the 1940s until it stopped showing films in 2015. The iconic neon sign now welcomes foodies for creative, organic dough pizzas like the "Meatbawls!" made with Wyoming beef, and the Mo&rsquo Betta BBQ, made with slow-roasted pork shoulder. Every Tuesday night, Hand Fire donates proceeds from every pie sold to local causes.

Café Genevieve

Café Genevieve, just steps from the town square, is easily one of Jackson&rsquos best all-day eateries, but do not miss brunch here. It&rsquos to die for, and not just because of their famous "pig candy," slow-cooked bacon coated in sugars and spices. Be sure to try the Snake River Farms Corned Beef Hash, expertly crisped, and the Pig Candy Salad.

Rendezvous Bistro

Rendezvous Bistro is a long-time local&rsquos favorite for everything from a casual dinner to a romantic night out for a special occasion. The menu is full of old classics like duck confit, which is exceptional, but often changes and offers surprises like Cajun fried alligator.

Orsetto

For fine dining in a cozy restaurant with an exclusive feel right off Jackson&rsquos town square, head to Orsetto. They do Italian food right with homemade pasta and crafted bruschetta. Orsetto is a great happy hour stop, too, with creative (and juicy) cocktails like the Blackberry Amaro.

The Granary

With some of the best views of the Tetons Jackson has to offer, The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch is no standard hotel restaurant. Snag a seat at the bar before sunset for a prime view of the Tetons as they fade into the night sky. The menu changes seasonally, but you&rsquoll always find classic Wyoming dishes here, like elk and local beef. Spring Creek Ranch is just outside of downtown, and the hotel offers a free shuttle (by reservation only) if you&rsquod rather not drive.


7 of the Best Restaurants to Eat at on Your Next Trip to Jackson Hole

You know Jackson Hole, Wyoming for its skiing, but you’ll stay for the food. This small mountain town has no shortage of world-class restaurants for every budget.

Related To:

Persephone Bakery

Persephone&rsquos ambiance is as delightful as its creative pastry menu. One quick peek inside and you&rsquoll see exactly why there&rsquos often a wait&mdashif not a line out the door&mdashon weekends, and one bite of their Kougin Amman, a croissant-like pastry coated in caramelized sugar, and you&rsquoll immediately agree it&rsquos worth it. Download the bakery&rsquos app to order a box of scones, croissants and muffins before they run out, or head there early in the morning to beat the rush. At lunch, grab a seat on the patio and try the "Grown Up Grilled Cheese" for lunch, made with goat cheese and gruyere, fig jam, bacon and caramelized onions.

Old Yellowstone Garage

Old Yellowstone Garage has a long history of serving not just the best Italian food in the Jackson area, but some of the best homemade food, period. It started out in an old auto shop in Dubois, northeast of Jackson, and&mdashafter a short hiatus when the original owners retired&mdashnow has two locations, in Teton Village, slopeside in the luxury lodge Caldera House, and in another former auto garage in Alpine. Go on a Monday night if you can, as Mondays are pizza night when the kitchen sends out slice after slice of artisan pizza for a fixed price.

Hand Fire Pizza

Look again: That&rsquos not a movie theater, it&rsquos a pizza restaurant. Hand Fire Pizza opened in late 2017 in the old Teton Theatre, a local institution from its birth in the 1940s until it stopped showing films in 2015. The iconic neon sign now welcomes foodies for creative, organic dough pizzas like the "Meatbawls!" made with Wyoming beef, and the Mo&rsquo Betta BBQ, made with slow-roasted pork shoulder. Every Tuesday night, Hand Fire donates proceeds from every pie sold to local causes.

Café Genevieve

Café Genevieve, just steps from the town square, is easily one of Jackson&rsquos best all-day eateries, but do not miss brunch here. It&rsquos to die for, and not just because of their famous "pig candy," slow-cooked bacon coated in sugars and spices. Be sure to try the Snake River Farms Corned Beef Hash, expertly crisped, and the Pig Candy Salad.

Rendezvous Bistro

Rendezvous Bistro is a long-time local&rsquos favorite for everything from a casual dinner to a romantic night out for a special occasion. The menu is full of old classics like duck confit, which is exceptional, but often changes and offers surprises like Cajun fried alligator.

Orsetto

For fine dining in a cozy restaurant with an exclusive feel right off Jackson&rsquos town square, head to Orsetto. They do Italian food right with homemade pasta and crafted bruschetta. Orsetto is a great happy hour stop, too, with creative (and juicy) cocktails like the Blackberry Amaro.

The Granary

With some of the best views of the Tetons Jackson has to offer, The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch is no standard hotel restaurant. Snag a seat at the bar before sunset for a prime view of the Tetons as they fade into the night sky. The menu changes seasonally, but you&rsquoll always find classic Wyoming dishes here, like elk and local beef. Spring Creek Ranch is just outside of downtown, and the hotel offers a free shuttle (by reservation only) if you&rsquod rather not drive.


7 of the Best Restaurants to Eat at on Your Next Trip to Jackson Hole

You know Jackson Hole, Wyoming for its skiing, but you’ll stay for the food. This small mountain town has no shortage of world-class restaurants for every budget.

Related To:

Persephone Bakery

Persephone&rsquos ambiance is as delightful as its creative pastry menu. One quick peek inside and you&rsquoll see exactly why there&rsquos often a wait&mdashif not a line out the door&mdashon weekends, and one bite of their Kougin Amman, a croissant-like pastry coated in caramelized sugar, and you&rsquoll immediately agree it&rsquos worth it. Download the bakery&rsquos app to order a box of scones, croissants and muffins before they run out, or head there early in the morning to beat the rush. At lunch, grab a seat on the patio and try the "Grown Up Grilled Cheese" for lunch, made with goat cheese and gruyere, fig jam, bacon and caramelized onions.

Old Yellowstone Garage

Old Yellowstone Garage has a long history of serving not just the best Italian food in the Jackson area, but some of the best homemade food, period. It started out in an old auto shop in Dubois, northeast of Jackson, and&mdashafter a short hiatus when the original owners retired&mdashnow has two locations, in Teton Village, slopeside in the luxury lodge Caldera House, and in another former auto garage in Alpine. Go on a Monday night if you can, as Mondays are pizza night when the kitchen sends out slice after slice of artisan pizza for a fixed price.

Hand Fire Pizza

Look again: That&rsquos not a movie theater, it&rsquos a pizza restaurant. Hand Fire Pizza opened in late 2017 in the old Teton Theatre, a local institution from its birth in the 1940s until it stopped showing films in 2015. The iconic neon sign now welcomes foodies for creative, organic dough pizzas like the "Meatbawls!" made with Wyoming beef, and the Mo&rsquo Betta BBQ, made with slow-roasted pork shoulder. Every Tuesday night, Hand Fire donates proceeds from every pie sold to local causes.

Café Genevieve

Café Genevieve, just steps from the town square, is easily one of Jackson&rsquos best all-day eateries, but do not miss brunch here. It&rsquos to die for, and not just because of their famous "pig candy," slow-cooked bacon coated in sugars and spices. Be sure to try the Snake River Farms Corned Beef Hash, expertly crisped, and the Pig Candy Salad.

Rendezvous Bistro

Rendezvous Bistro is a long-time local&rsquos favorite for everything from a casual dinner to a romantic night out for a special occasion. The menu is full of old classics like duck confit, which is exceptional, but often changes and offers surprises like Cajun fried alligator.

Orsetto

For fine dining in a cozy restaurant with an exclusive feel right off Jackson&rsquos town square, head to Orsetto. They do Italian food right with homemade pasta and crafted bruschetta. Orsetto is a great happy hour stop, too, with creative (and juicy) cocktails like the Blackberry Amaro.

The Granary

With some of the best views of the Tetons Jackson has to offer, The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch is no standard hotel restaurant. Snag a seat at the bar before sunset for a prime view of the Tetons as they fade into the night sky. The menu changes seasonally, but you&rsquoll always find classic Wyoming dishes here, like elk and local beef. Spring Creek Ranch is just outside of downtown, and the hotel offers a free shuttle (by reservation only) if you&rsquod rather not drive.


7 of the Best Restaurants to Eat at on Your Next Trip to Jackson Hole

You know Jackson Hole, Wyoming for its skiing, but you’ll stay for the food. This small mountain town has no shortage of world-class restaurants for every budget.

Related To:

Persephone Bakery

Persephone&rsquos ambiance is as delightful as its creative pastry menu. One quick peek inside and you&rsquoll see exactly why there&rsquos often a wait&mdashif not a line out the door&mdashon weekends, and one bite of their Kougin Amman, a croissant-like pastry coated in caramelized sugar, and you&rsquoll immediately agree it&rsquos worth it. Download the bakery&rsquos app to order a box of scones, croissants and muffins before they run out, or head there early in the morning to beat the rush. At lunch, grab a seat on the patio and try the "Grown Up Grilled Cheese" for lunch, made with goat cheese and gruyere, fig jam, bacon and caramelized onions.

Old Yellowstone Garage

Old Yellowstone Garage has a long history of serving not just the best Italian food in the Jackson area, but some of the best homemade food, period. It started out in an old auto shop in Dubois, northeast of Jackson, and&mdashafter a short hiatus when the original owners retired&mdashnow has two locations, in Teton Village, slopeside in the luxury lodge Caldera House, and in another former auto garage in Alpine. Go on a Monday night if you can, as Mondays are pizza night when the kitchen sends out slice after slice of artisan pizza for a fixed price.

Hand Fire Pizza

Look again: That&rsquos not a movie theater, it&rsquos a pizza restaurant. Hand Fire Pizza opened in late 2017 in the old Teton Theatre, a local institution from its birth in the 1940s until it stopped showing films in 2015. The iconic neon sign now welcomes foodies for creative, organic dough pizzas like the "Meatbawls!" made with Wyoming beef, and the Mo&rsquo Betta BBQ, made with slow-roasted pork shoulder. Every Tuesday night, Hand Fire donates proceeds from every pie sold to local causes.

Café Genevieve

Café Genevieve, just steps from the town square, is easily one of Jackson&rsquos best all-day eateries, but do not miss brunch here. It&rsquos to die for, and not just because of their famous "pig candy," slow-cooked bacon coated in sugars and spices. Be sure to try the Snake River Farms Corned Beef Hash, expertly crisped, and the Pig Candy Salad.

Rendezvous Bistro

Rendezvous Bistro is a long-time local&rsquos favorite for everything from a casual dinner to a romantic night out for a special occasion. The menu is full of old classics like duck confit, which is exceptional, but often changes and offers surprises like Cajun fried alligator.

Orsetto

For fine dining in a cozy restaurant with an exclusive feel right off Jackson&rsquos town square, head to Orsetto. They do Italian food right with homemade pasta and crafted bruschetta. Orsetto is a great happy hour stop, too, with creative (and juicy) cocktails like the Blackberry Amaro.

The Granary

With some of the best views of the Tetons Jackson has to offer, The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch is no standard hotel restaurant. Snag a seat at the bar before sunset for a prime view of the Tetons as they fade into the night sky. The menu changes seasonally, but you&rsquoll always find classic Wyoming dishes here, like elk and local beef. Spring Creek Ranch is just outside of downtown, and the hotel offers a free shuttle (by reservation only) if you&rsquod rather not drive.


7 of the Best Restaurants to Eat at on Your Next Trip to Jackson Hole

You know Jackson Hole, Wyoming for its skiing, but you’ll stay for the food. This small mountain town has no shortage of world-class restaurants for every budget.

Related To:

Persephone Bakery

Persephone&rsquos ambiance is as delightful as its creative pastry menu. One quick peek inside and you&rsquoll see exactly why there&rsquos often a wait&mdashif not a line out the door&mdashon weekends, and one bite of their Kougin Amman, a croissant-like pastry coated in caramelized sugar, and you&rsquoll immediately agree it&rsquos worth it. Download the bakery&rsquos app to order a box of scones, croissants and muffins before they run out, or head there early in the morning to beat the rush. At lunch, grab a seat on the patio and try the "Grown Up Grilled Cheese" for lunch, made with goat cheese and gruyere, fig jam, bacon and caramelized onions.

Old Yellowstone Garage

Old Yellowstone Garage has a long history of serving not just the best Italian food in the Jackson area, but some of the best homemade food, period. It started out in an old auto shop in Dubois, northeast of Jackson, and&mdashafter a short hiatus when the original owners retired&mdashnow has two locations, in Teton Village, slopeside in the luxury lodge Caldera House, and in another former auto garage in Alpine. Go on a Monday night if you can, as Mondays are pizza night when the kitchen sends out slice after slice of artisan pizza for a fixed price.

Hand Fire Pizza

Look again: That&rsquos not a movie theater, it&rsquos a pizza restaurant. Hand Fire Pizza opened in late 2017 in the old Teton Theatre, a local institution from its birth in the 1940s until it stopped showing films in 2015. The iconic neon sign now welcomes foodies for creative, organic dough pizzas like the "Meatbawls!" made with Wyoming beef, and the Mo&rsquo Betta BBQ, made with slow-roasted pork shoulder. Every Tuesday night, Hand Fire donates proceeds from every pie sold to local causes.

Café Genevieve

Café Genevieve, just steps from the town square, is easily one of Jackson&rsquos best all-day eateries, but do not miss brunch here. It&rsquos to die for, and not just because of their famous "pig candy," slow-cooked bacon coated in sugars and spices. Be sure to try the Snake River Farms Corned Beef Hash, expertly crisped, and the Pig Candy Salad.

Rendezvous Bistro

Rendezvous Bistro is a long-time local&rsquos favorite for everything from a casual dinner to a romantic night out for a special occasion. The menu is full of old classics like duck confit, which is exceptional, but often changes and offers surprises like Cajun fried alligator.

Orsetto

For fine dining in a cozy restaurant with an exclusive feel right off Jackson&rsquos town square, head to Orsetto. They do Italian food right with homemade pasta and crafted bruschetta. Orsetto is a great happy hour stop, too, with creative (and juicy) cocktails like the Blackberry Amaro.

The Granary

With some of the best views of the Tetons Jackson has to offer, The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch is no standard hotel restaurant. Snag a seat at the bar before sunset for a prime view of the Tetons as they fade into the night sky. The menu changes seasonally, but you&rsquoll always find classic Wyoming dishes here, like elk and local beef. Spring Creek Ranch is just outside of downtown, and the hotel offers a free shuttle (by reservation only) if you&rsquod rather not drive.


7 of the Best Restaurants to Eat at on Your Next Trip to Jackson Hole

You know Jackson Hole, Wyoming for its skiing, but you’ll stay for the food. This small mountain town has no shortage of world-class restaurants for every budget.

Related To:

Persephone Bakery

Persephone&rsquos ambiance is as delightful as its creative pastry menu. One quick peek inside and you&rsquoll see exactly why there&rsquos often a wait&mdashif not a line out the door&mdashon weekends, and one bite of their Kougin Amman, a croissant-like pastry coated in caramelized sugar, and you&rsquoll immediately agree it&rsquos worth it. Download the bakery&rsquos app to order a box of scones, croissants and muffins before they run out, or head there early in the morning to beat the rush. At lunch, grab a seat on the patio and try the "Grown Up Grilled Cheese" for lunch, made with goat cheese and gruyere, fig jam, bacon and caramelized onions.

Old Yellowstone Garage

Old Yellowstone Garage has a long history of serving not just the best Italian food in the Jackson area, but some of the best homemade food, period. It started out in an old auto shop in Dubois, northeast of Jackson, and&mdashafter a short hiatus when the original owners retired&mdashnow has two locations, in Teton Village, slopeside in the luxury lodge Caldera House, and in another former auto garage in Alpine. Go on a Monday night if you can, as Mondays are pizza night when the kitchen sends out slice after slice of artisan pizza for a fixed price.

Hand Fire Pizza

Look again: That&rsquos not a movie theater, it&rsquos a pizza restaurant. Hand Fire Pizza opened in late 2017 in the old Teton Theatre, a local institution from its birth in the 1940s until it stopped showing films in 2015. The iconic neon sign now welcomes foodies for creative, organic dough pizzas like the "Meatbawls!" made with Wyoming beef, and the Mo&rsquo Betta BBQ, made with slow-roasted pork shoulder. Every Tuesday night, Hand Fire donates proceeds from every pie sold to local causes.

Café Genevieve

Café Genevieve, just steps from the town square, is easily one of Jackson&rsquos best all-day eateries, but do not miss brunch here. It&rsquos to die for, and not just because of their famous "pig candy," slow-cooked bacon coated in sugars and spices. Be sure to try the Snake River Farms Corned Beef Hash, expertly crisped, and the Pig Candy Salad.

Rendezvous Bistro

Rendezvous Bistro is a long-time local&rsquos favorite for everything from a casual dinner to a romantic night out for a special occasion. The menu is full of old classics like duck confit, which is exceptional, but often changes and offers surprises like Cajun fried alligator.

Orsetto

For fine dining in a cozy restaurant with an exclusive feel right off Jackson&rsquos town square, head to Orsetto. They do Italian food right with homemade pasta and crafted bruschetta. Orsetto is a great happy hour stop, too, with creative (and juicy) cocktails like the Blackberry Amaro.

The Granary

With some of the best views of the Tetons Jackson has to offer, The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch is no standard hotel restaurant. Snag a seat at the bar before sunset for a prime view of the Tetons as they fade into the night sky. The menu changes seasonally, but you&rsquoll always find classic Wyoming dishes here, like elk and local beef. Spring Creek Ranch is just outside of downtown, and the hotel offers a free shuttle (by reservation only) if you&rsquod rather not drive.


7 of the Best Restaurants to Eat at on Your Next Trip to Jackson Hole

You know Jackson Hole, Wyoming for its skiing, but you’ll stay for the food. This small mountain town has no shortage of world-class restaurants for every budget.

Related To:

Persephone Bakery

Persephone&rsquos ambiance is as delightful as its creative pastry menu. One quick peek inside and you&rsquoll see exactly why there&rsquos often a wait&mdashif not a line out the door&mdashon weekends, and one bite of their Kougin Amman, a croissant-like pastry coated in caramelized sugar, and you&rsquoll immediately agree it&rsquos worth it. Download the bakery&rsquos app to order a box of scones, croissants and muffins before they run out, or head there early in the morning to beat the rush. At lunch, grab a seat on the patio and try the "Grown Up Grilled Cheese" for lunch, made with goat cheese and gruyere, fig jam, bacon and caramelized onions.

Old Yellowstone Garage

Old Yellowstone Garage has a long history of serving not just the best Italian food in the Jackson area, but some of the best homemade food, period. It started out in an old auto shop in Dubois, northeast of Jackson, and&mdashafter a short hiatus when the original owners retired&mdashnow has two locations, in Teton Village, slopeside in the luxury lodge Caldera House, and in another former auto garage in Alpine. Go on a Monday night if you can, as Mondays are pizza night when the kitchen sends out slice after slice of artisan pizza for a fixed price.

Hand Fire Pizza

Look again: That&rsquos not a movie theater, it&rsquos a pizza restaurant. Hand Fire Pizza opened in late 2017 in the old Teton Theatre, a local institution from its birth in the 1940s until it stopped showing films in 2015. The iconic neon sign now welcomes foodies for creative, organic dough pizzas like the "Meatbawls!" made with Wyoming beef, and the Mo&rsquo Betta BBQ, made with slow-roasted pork shoulder. Every Tuesday night, Hand Fire donates proceeds from every pie sold to local causes.

Café Genevieve

Café Genevieve, just steps from the town square, is easily one of Jackson&rsquos best all-day eateries, but do not miss brunch here. It&rsquos to die for, and not just because of their famous "pig candy," slow-cooked bacon coated in sugars and spices. Be sure to try the Snake River Farms Corned Beef Hash, expertly crisped, and the Pig Candy Salad.

Rendezvous Bistro

Rendezvous Bistro is a long-time local&rsquos favorite for everything from a casual dinner to a romantic night out for a special occasion. The menu is full of old classics like duck confit, which is exceptional, but often changes and offers surprises like Cajun fried alligator.

Orsetto

For fine dining in a cozy restaurant with an exclusive feel right off Jackson&rsquos town square, head to Orsetto. They do Italian food right with homemade pasta and crafted bruschetta. Orsetto is a great happy hour stop, too, with creative (and juicy) cocktails like the Blackberry Amaro.

The Granary

With some of the best views of the Tetons Jackson has to offer, The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch is no standard hotel restaurant. Snag a seat at the bar before sunset for a prime view of the Tetons as they fade into the night sky. The menu changes seasonally, but you&rsquoll always find classic Wyoming dishes here, like elk and local beef. Spring Creek Ranch is just outside of downtown, and the hotel offers a free shuttle (by reservation only) if you&rsquod rather not drive.


7 of the Best Restaurants to Eat at on Your Next Trip to Jackson Hole

You know Jackson Hole, Wyoming for its skiing, but you’ll stay for the food. This small mountain town has no shortage of world-class restaurants for every budget.

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Persephone Bakery

Persephone&rsquos ambiance is as delightful as its creative pastry menu. One quick peek inside and you&rsquoll see exactly why there&rsquos often a wait&mdashif not a line out the door&mdashon weekends, and one bite of their Kougin Amman, a croissant-like pastry coated in caramelized sugar, and you&rsquoll immediately agree it&rsquos worth it. Download the bakery&rsquos app to order a box of scones, croissants and muffins before they run out, or head there early in the morning to beat the rush. At lunch, grab a seat on the patio and try the "Grown Up Grilled Cheese" for lunch, made with goat cheese and gruyere, fig jam, bacon and caramelized onions.

Old Yellowstone Garage

Old Yellowstone Garage has a long history of serving not just the best Italian food in the Jackson area, but some of the best homemade food, period. It started out in an old auto shop in Dubois, northeast of Jackson, and&mdashafter a short hiatus when the original owners retired&mdashnow has two locations, in Teton Village, slopeside in the luxury lodge Caldera House, and in another former auto garage in Alpine. Go on a Monday night if you can, as Mondays are pizza night when the kitchen sends out slice after slice of artisan pizza for a fixed price.

Hand Fire Pizza

Look again: That&rsquos not a movie theater, it&rsquos a pizza restaurant. Hand Fire Pizza opened in late 2017 in the old Teton Theatre, a local institution from its birth in the 1940s until it stopped showing films in 2015. The iconic neon sign now welcomes foodies for creative, organic dough pizzas like the "Meatbawls!" made with Wyoming beef, and the Mo&rsquo Betta BBQ, made with slow-roasted pork shoulder. Every Tuesday night, Hand Fire donates proceeds from every pie sold to local causes.

Café Genevieve

Café Genevieve, just steps from the town square, is easily one of Jackson&rsquos best all-day eateries, but do not miss brunch here. It&rsquos to die for, and not just because of their famous "pig candy," slow-cooked bacon coated in sugars and spices. Be sure to try the Snake River Farms Corned Beef Hash, expertly crisped, and the Pig Candy Salad.

Rendezvous Bistro

Rendezvous Bistro is a long-time local&rsquos favorite for everything from a casual dinner to a romantic night out for a special occasion. The menu is full of old classics like duck confit, which is exceptional, but often changes and offers surprises like Cajun fried alligator.

Orsetto

For fine dining in a cozy restaurant with an exclusive feel right off Jackson&rsquos town square, head to Orsetto. They do Italian food right with homemade pasta and crafted bruschetta. Orsetto is a great happy hour stop, too, with creative (and juicy) cocktails like the Blackberry Amaro.

The Granary

With some of the best views of the Tetons Jackson has to offer, The Granary at Spring Creek Ranch is no standard hotel restaurant. Snag a seat at the bar before sunset for a prime view of the Tetons as they fade into the night sky. The menu changes seasonally, but you&rsquoll always find classic Wyoming dishes here, like elk and local beef. Spring Creek Ranch is just outside of downtown, and the hotel offers a free shuttle (by reservation only) if you&rsquod rather not drive.


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