Top 10 places to eat

Mural Room at Jackson Lake Lodge

Fine diners paradise awaits at the Mural Room situated inside the Jackson Lodge. Get a table near the windows to enjoy a magnificent view of the grand Tetons. The excellent meal choices include items such as local buffalo, local trout, wild Alaskan salmon, prime rib, elk, free range chicken, organic lamb, seafood, steaks, and duck. There’s also a separate kids menu while the restaurant also serves breakfast and lunch.

Pioneer Grill

The casual and fun atmosphere at the Pioneer Grill is home to 1950’s style lunch counters that offer everything from sumptuous meals to sundaes and milkshakes. The menu also includes homemade pies and lunch is served from 11 am.

Bar J Chuckwagon Suppers

This Jackson Hole eatery offers genuine Western dinners. Kids 12 and under eat for just $10 and children on laps eat free. There’s also the cowboy show featuring trail songs, fiddling etc to get visitors in the Old West spirit.

Couloir Restaurant

Situated at the Bridger Gondola at Teton Village, this lovely little restaurant offers floor-to-ceiling windows that provide spectacular views to the Grand Teton Mountains and adjoined Snake River Valley. The restaurant serves only sustainable food i.e. all the ingredients come from within 250 miles of its location.

El Abuelito Mexican Restaurant

Come here for generous portions, bright décor and a friendly staff that makes it the perfect destination for families. The Mexican dishes are complimented by salads and seafood. The kids can get cheeseburgers, as well as ham and cheese sandwiches among other kid friendly specialties.

Million Dollar Cowboy Bar

The stage here has been graced some of the greatest country acts including Tanya Tucker and Willie Nelson. The restaurant is home to some memorable western antiques and relics that have stood the test of time. Of course, the food is still the best feature as the menu is filled with plenty of elk and buffalo.

Rendezvous Bistro

Want to recover from a day on the slopes? The Rendezvous Bistro is your perfect destination. Only a ride up from the Bridget Gondola, you can stop here for a warm dining experience and a magnificent view of the mountains.

Silver Dollar Bar & Grill – Wort Hotel

Take a look at the bar here and you will see more than 2000 1921 silver coins inset in its designs. The menu is pretty eye catching as well. We suggest the pheasant soup and grilled wild boar to satisfy the taste buds western style.

Snake River Brewing Company

If you are a fan of sports who doesn’t want to miss out on update during the vacations, then this is the dining spot for you. There are soups and sandwiches as well as all kinds of comfort food for adults and kids on offer here.

Sweetwater Restaurant

What used to be an old pioneer cabin in 1915 is now a restaurant with plenty of interesting stories to tell about the Grand Teton National Park. The lunch and dinner options here include local game, comfort foods, as well as a number of vegetarian dishes.