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Bin 22

Part wine store part tapas restaurant, Bin 22 is perfect for a mid-day snack or full on dinner. The cuisine is a mix of Spanish and Italian and in addition to wine; craft beers and regional spirits are served. Dishes are small and meant to be shared and the restaurants wine list is, for obvious reasons, pretty remarkable. An added bonus is the lack of a corkage fee for bottles purchased in the store. The space is small so make sure to arrive early or be prepared to wait.

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Bistro at the Alpenhof

The casual bistro at the Austro German–inspired Alpenhof, right off the slopes in Teton Village, is a congenial spot for an après-ski drink. To mingle with locals and have a beer with friends, settle into one of the round booths at the cozy European-style dining room, where a live band performs on weekend afternoons. You might even stay for a hearty Schnitzel or pot of cheese fondue.

Outdoor Lounge at Café Genevieve, Jackson Hole, American West

Café Genevieve

Café Genevieve is located just off of the town square and is situated in a historic building from the turn of the 20th century. The space is authentic and homey and the food is typical American comfort food. Breakfast is the most popular meal at the restaurant but it is also a great choice for lunch while shopping in town.


Inside Jackson Hole’s cozy Coe Cabin, Coelette is a venture from Persephone owners Kevin and Ali Cohane. The casual but polished restaurant’s playful design nods to both the area’s natural surroundings (a sculpted snow owl on the wall) and pedigree (a statue of Zeus—Persephone’s father—in the dining room). But the food is the real reason this spot has garnered so much buzz since its opening in August 2021. The 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 through strong relationships between the owners and local farmers and producers.

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Glorietta Restaurant

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.

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Food at Handle Bar, Jackson Hole, American West

Handle Bar

Perfect for lunch or an après-ski snack, the Handle Bar is located at the base of Teton Village Ski Resort in the Four Seasons hotel. The restaurant serves a modern (and bit more healthy) take on traditional pub food and also has an extensive beer list both on tap and in bottles. Don’t miss the lobster corn dogs or the crunch burger (complete with bacon jam, ruffles chips and crunchy peanut butter).

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Chef Chris Massad, who worked under the famous Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa, brings excellent Japanese cuisine to Jackson Hole with Kampai.
Exterior View - Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, Jackson Hole, American West

Million Dollar Cowboy Bar

Cavernous and boisterous, with the famous neon sign flashing from its roof, the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is one of Jackson’s iconic watering holes.

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. Customers look like they have been coming here for decades (as many of them have) to dig into the heaping helpings of pancakes, eggs with extra-crispy bacon, thick oatmeal with melted brown sugar and, according to some local foodies, the best huevos rancheros in the region. On weekends it’s packed, so plan accordingly. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner from mid-May.

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Persephone Bakery

A James Beard Foundation semi-finalist, this French café and bakery by Kevin and Ali Cohane (also of Coelette) is well worth it, whether it be for the breakfast and lunch menu or a quick coffee and pastry stop.

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So many Mexican-food aficionados flocked to this taqueria for its freshly made tortillas, griddled tacos and tortas (traditional Mexican sandwiches) that it expanded in 2008 to accommodate them all. In its larger digs, the food remains delicious, as do the potent margaritas and fresh-squeezed juices, including papaya, watermelon and lemonade. Open daily (closed Sunday during winter season).

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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.

Drinks at Silver Dollar Bar, Jackson Hole, American West

Silver Dollar Bar

Located in the historic Wort Hotel, in Jackson, the Silver Dollar Bar is a great spot for a drink before dinner. Score a seat at the long wooden bar, known for its more than 2,000 inlaid silver dollars, order a local beer or margarita, and watch the scene, which is congenial and welcoming. You can order off of a bar menu that includes dishes like a heaping helping of nachos with toppings, but there are much better places to eat in town, so save your appetite for a bistro like Rendezvous Bistro, Trio or the excellent Snake River Grill.

Snake River Brewing Co.

Wyoming’s oldest brewery, this is the brewery to stop at for craft beers on a trip to Jackson Hole. They also serve classic bar and comfort food.

Dining room at Snake River Grill in Jackson Hole Wyoming

Snake River Grill

There’s a reason this place has been the uncontested fine-dining choice since it opened, in 1995: in food and ambience, the Snake River Grill strikes an enviable balance between rustic warmth and elegance.
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Exterior View - Stagecoach Bar, Jackson Hole, American West

Stagecoach Bar

Sunday nights at the Stagecoach, a grungy bar in tiny Wilson, are legendary, thanks to the Western swing band.

Teton Thai

Service is slow at this family-owned hole-in-the-wall eatery, which serves some of the best Thai food in Jackson Hole. During the winter, diners sit on high bar stools in front of the open kitchen where the owners prepare the food; in warmer months, they can move to the plastic tables on the outdoor patio in front. Inside or out, the tom kha gai and spicy Thai beef salad are treats to savor. No credit cards.

The Bunnery

Opened in 1975, this bakery-cum-café may be past its glory days, with décor that looks a little worn, but a loyal local clientele crowds in for breakfast and gossip. During the summer, come here en route to the National Parks to stock up on sandwiches and baked goods (a popular treat are the sticky buns) for a picnic. Open daily.

Ambience - The Kitchen, Jackson Hole, American West

The Kitchen

This popular Jackson restaurant focuses on Japanese with an emphasis on innovative sushi and sashimi. Diners are seated in a sleek room whose sloping ceiling is clad in backlit white recycled resin panels, creating the effect of being in a huge igloo. Dainty candles glow in the fireplace at the far end, an oddity in Jackson Hole, where roaring fires are the norm. Stick to the more-straightforward items, such as hand rolls, truffled tuna tartare and lace-thin salmon carpaccio. The menu also contains heartier dishes like elk, beef tenderloin and pan-seared red deer.


This buzzing Jackson bistro, one of the most popular eateries in town, was launched in 2005 by a trio (thence the name) of foodies, two of which were former chefs of acclaimed Snake River Grill. The innovative menu, featuring American classics playfully reconceived, certainly attests to a high level of culinary skill, and it sociable ambiance is winning. Diners sit at simple wooden tables or at a small bar that faces into the open kitchen. It’s the kind of place where everyone knows everyone and visitors are invited to joint the revelry. Families with children will appreciate the excellent pizzas, pastas and burgers. During the high seasons, reservations are a must. Dinner only.

Victor Emporium

Locals swear by the huckleberry shakes sold at this deli and old-fashioned ice-cream parlor, which has been open since 1950. It’s located in Victor, Idaho, about a twenty-minute drive from Jackson, but many Jackson Hole residents make the trip regularly.

Bar at Westbank Grill, Jackson Hole, American West

Westbank Grill

The Westbank Grill, in the Four Seasons Jackson Hole, has gorgeous views of the Grand Tetons and a massive stone-lined fireplace in the center of the dining room. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the restaurant specializes in modern American cuisine, including lots of well-prepared meat dishes in the evening. It’s one of the few spots where you can reserve for lunch where a sumptuous midday buffet is served during the winter season (it’s a great deal for hungry skiers who want something a bit more refined than the on-mountain cafeteria cuisine). Open daily.

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