From wild game to small-plate ethnic cuisine, Jackson is a cornucopia of gastronomical experiences and unique restaurants. Boutique atmospheres that emphasize a dining experience are abundant throughout downtown Jackson and within walking distance of most accommodations.
But downtown isn’t the only spot to look for good eats–the West Bank, Teton Village, and Moose all boast options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner– bakeries and fresh pressed juices. The deep roots of Wyoming’s agriculture and ranching history filter through the haute cuisine with ingredients from local farms, dishes that champion elk, and include elusive foraged ingredients like morels and huckleberries.
The diversity of Jackson’s dining scene offers an option for everyone, no matter the spice, the diet restriction, or the age. The real problem is choosing which restaurant to go to, brewpub, chuck wagon, wine bar, somewhere casual, or a night out for some fine dining and nightlife.