Top Tables

Top Tables: Jackson Hole's Best Restaurants

Indagare is always scouting for the newest best restaurants, classic spots and neighborhood gems that feel like a special find. Though the restaurant scene changes often, here is our current list of top tables in Jackson Hole, for any occasion.

Top Tables: Coffee, Breakfast & Brunch

Nora’s Fish Creek Inn

Breakfast at the family-run Nora’s, in the tiny village of Wilson (drive too fast and you’ll miss it) down the street from the Stagecoach, is rustic Jackson Hole at its finest. 5600 West Wyoming 22

Persephone Bakery

A James Beard Foundation semi-finalist, this French café and bakery in downtown Jackson Hole is well worth it, whether it be for the breakfast and lunch menu or a quick coffee and pastry stop. 85 S King St.

Top Tables: Lunch

Piste Mountain Bistro

At the top of Bridger Gondola, Piste Mountain Bistro is a step above classic lodge dining, where American cuisine is paired with a lively atmosphere and sweeping Teton views. (Piste takes lunch reservations.) 3395 Cody Lane, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Westbank Grill

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner the Four Seasons’s Westbank Grill is one of the few spots that you can reserve for lunch at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, making it a great option for hungry skiers midday. 7680 Granite Loop Road, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Top Tables: Dinner

Bin 22

Both a tapas restaurant and a wine store, Bin 22 serves a mix of Spanish and Italian dishes meant to be shared. Bin 22 is also an option for lunch downtown. 200 West Broadway

Coelette

The farm-to-table menu at Coelette is at once traditional and inventive, evoking the best of mountain cuisine with staples like sturgeon and duck complemented with wild chanterelles, and almost all ingredients are sourced locally. 85 S King St.

Glorietta

This handsome wood-paneled trattoria at the Anvil hotel serves Italian classics like cacio e pepe, eggplant parmesan and grilled artichokes complemented by craft cocktails. 242 Glenwood St.

Snake River Grill

The uncontested fine-dining choice since it opened in 1995, the food and ambience at Snake River Grill strikes an enviable balance between rustic warmth and elegance. 84 East Broadway

Top Tables: Drinks

Snake River Brewery

Wyoming’s oldest brewery, this is the brewery to stop at for craft beers on a trip to Jackson Hole. 265 S Millward St.

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