Visitors to Teton Village will find great skiing at Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park. Most tourists stick to the Jackson Hole Nordic Center, which offers great downhill and cross-country skiing, but there are miles of lesser-known trails and black-diamond slopes in the Park for the more adventurous.
Things to do in Teton Village
4.5 based on 618 reviews
Teton Thai closes a few weeks during each off seasons, Usually April - May 14 and October 22 -November 22. Dates might change.
after a hard day skiing and quite a few beers, we needed take out and no where provided it so we called Teton Thai. After a short walk we picked up our order and the troops were fed with delicious food. high recommended
4.5 based on 117 reviews
Obviously at Jackson Hole at the summit, only way to get here is using the 100 person Tram so u need a lift ticket.
$6 amazing waffles, best waffle I have ever had, they have topping available like strawberries and whip cream, blueberry etc. I got the standard and it was hot a d awesome.
Gatorade s, coffee and beer available. Open 9am till 3pm. Views And a small deck make this place awesome. Bathrooms here also
4.5 based on 805 reviews
Spur Restaurant and Bar at Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa is located in the heart of Teton Village, inside the Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa. Executive Chef Kevin Humphreys has created a mouthwatering menu of creative dinner favorites at Spur such as Smoked Pheasant Raviolis, Corn Crusted Idaho Trout, Zonker Stout Braised Buffalo Short Ribs, and Chickpea & Goat Cheese Polenta Cakes, in addition to daily specials. All menu selections are complimented with regionally produced organic produce and creative interpretations of classic favorites. Our restaurant is a fire-lit, inviting space to relax and enjoy great food, served by friendly, professional staff. In the summertime, enjoy our scenic patio that overlooks the surrounding area.
Spur Restaurant is in a hotel very near the base of the main Jackson hols skiing area. It was crowded and we had a late 8:30 pm reservation for 8 people. We were seated at a nice table and I loved the food here but...MoreRick, Thank you and your group for having a birthday celebration dinner at Spur. We are very happy to know everyone enjoyed dinner especially the Porcini Dusted Steelhead. We hope you will make it back again soon for another celebration! Cheers, Stacy
4 based on 1 reviews
One of the best DINNER options in Jackson Hole? We think so! Since joining the Mangy Moose in May 2015, Executive Chef, Seth Nelson has created a really great menu using locally sourced meat and game, (grass fed, no hormones or antibiotics), delicious appetizers and desserts. (Try the "Jackson Hole" - warm, house-made doughnut hole with vanilla ice cream and huckleberry sauce.) Our General Manager, Ari Borshell has been with us since 1991 and he and the Moose team will do everything possible to make sure you have a great experience at the Mangy Moose. When you visit us, you will find friendly staff, reasonable prices, and delicious food for the entire family. BREAKFAST options include eggs through yogurt items. A delicious selection of salads, San which espouses and burgers are on our lunch menu. Also, hand tossed pizza is available on our Saloon menu. We have a GROCERY store and WINE shop, (over 325 labels), GIFT SHOPS and LIVE MUSIC on our stage. We are very proud that since 1967 the Mangy Moose continues to be such a popular destination.
We were in Teton Village in late January, and ate at both the restaurant and the bar. Both were very good--try the buffalo meatloaf. In the restaurant, we could see the staff making pizzas from where we were dining. But inexplicably, one cannot order a pizza in the restaurant. One of our group wanted a pizza, so had to leave the restaurant and go over to the bar. It makes absolutely no sense that the restaurant exhibits the pizza-making area but will not let people order one.
4.5 based on 276 reviews
Reflecting the historic Western heritage of Jackson Hole, Westbank Grill pairs distinctive flavours with casual elegance, creating an inviting fine dining atmosphere. A large stone fireplace, dynamic open kitchen and stunning views of Teton Village and Rendezvous Peak provide a cosy setting for breakfast and dinner. Open daily from 7am - 11am for breakfast and 6pm - 10pm for dinner. Lunch offered during the winter season only (starting December 11th 2017).
We enjoyed breakfast here every day there is a very impressive buffet $38+ service and taxes, or you can order from an A La Carte Menu. Coffee is also good (Lavazza) which you don’t often get in the US. Dinner was also excellent. The restaurant...MoreThank you for your review, mdavies212. We are delighted to hear you enjoyed the buffet as well as dining with us for dinner. Your recommendations and gratification are greatly appreciated. We look forward to seeing you in the near future.
4 based on 387 reviews
Get a seat outside early! Part of the four seasons resort in Teton village...so you know it’s going to be expensive!! $16 for a Jackson Mule. $9 for Snake River Pako IPA cans. DJ shows up on Saturday. Apparently everybody has seen a moose in Jackson except me. Right across from the easy Sweetwater and Teewinot lifts.
4 based on 698 reviews
Nestled hillside at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort lies the intimate and rustic Il Villaggio Osteria. An eatery reminiscent of the comfortable, community-focused restaurants that pepper the Italian countryside, an evening at Osteria transports, making you feel as though you’ve traveled to one of Italy’s hidden gems – all without the jetlag. A salumi bar, pizza oven and cozy main dining room marry seamlessly to complement the authentic flavors of the expansive menu, while an outdoor fireplace warms during the sometimes chilly Wyoming nights. Led by Executive Chef Serge Smith, Osteria presents a menu perfect for multicourse dining, composed of homemade pastas and pizzas, seasonal salads, and imported meats and cheeses from the world’s finest purveyors.
The menu looks great, and varied, but didn’t live up to expectations.
We ordered entrées of brussel sprouts, some burnt and too much balsamic
The cauliflower lacked the advertised anchovies.
The octopus were good.
For mains the goose confit was not cooked enough, it should fall off the bone, although the lentils and sauce were fine.
The gnocchi and trotter dish was bland.
The portions were big, as is usual in America - so we could not handle desert.
4.5 based on 79 reviews
This is really a 3.5* review because I'm torn... The view here is amazing. It's quite an experience to sit nearly on top of a mountain and sip a drink and eat snacks. But the menu is extremely limited and VERY expensive for the quantity ($16 for 3 slider burgers). It used to be more reasonable but the price has gone up as it became more popular. However, if the view of the valley is what you are after, look no further than The Deck.
4.5 based on 74 reviews
Piste is a commonly used French word meaning "a marked path down a mountain for snow skiing and snowboarding." For many, a journey along this type of mountain trail is a reward in its own right, but in the Rendezvous Lodge at the top of the Bridger Gondola, it takes on a new meaning. Introducing Piste Mountain Bistro, cuisine with altitude.
Have been hearing good reports of the burger made from local beef here and I wasn’t disappointed. If you’re skiing or riding the JH Mountain Resort, it’s a cinch to visit. You need to know, however, though listed as open right now on their website, during much of the spring and the fall it is closed. In the summertime, free gondola rides for dinner begin at 4:30. That’s good news because lunchtime diners will be charged. I asked the lift operator how much and he wasn’t sure, “maybe $25 but certainly less than $45.” Comforting to know!
But once you figure out how to get there, to 9,095 feet, the food is outstanding! Burger seemed small to me, maybe 1/3 pound, I didn’t ask. Perhaps it went down so quickly because it was so delicious. The bacon and onion relish and the smoked paprika aioli I made this burger so succulent, the flavor remained with me king after I rode down the gondola.
To be clear, on the day before the mountains closing I was unable to get the Lockhart cattle burger advertised for $22 but instead had a Carter Country burger for $19. It was simply outstanding.
4 based on 106 reviews
At the base of the world famous Aerial Tram, this local's hang-out serves classic pub favorites, home-made pizza and a shared-plates après menu. Try our signature Tram burger and you won't be disappointed! Daily drink specials and a sunny deck, with the best views of the tram and the mountain, make this a great place to spend your day.
After our trip to the top of the mountain, we decided to grab a bite to eat here since it's at the tram exit. The place wasn't busy at all, only one person in front of us. The person running the register was still in training so it took a few minutes to get our order in. I ordered one slice of pepperoni pizza and my friend ordered one slice of the "Tram Dock" - Italian sausage, bell peppers, onions and mushrooms. Food total was $15. After about 10 minutes, the server brought out our food. Seating is available outside. The tables were clean and already had ice water and glasses on them. The pizza came out hot but was average on taste. The pepperoni was really greasy. The Tram Dock was loaded with lots of onion and mushroom. My friend said it tasted ok. The size of the slices was bigger than a standard slice.
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