Jackson Hole Part 2: Food & Drink

A few weeks back, I (finally) started writing about our Jackson Hole vacation (you can read it here). That place is truly something magical with so much to do that I had to break it down into 3 parts: the wedding, the food & drink, and the activities. Given that we went in June, this is primarily a summer travel guide; however, food is good year round!

Jackson is full of restaurants and we hopped around quite a bit to try and taste as much as we could. Here are some places I recommend.



Hatch– We actually didn’t make it here, but our friends told us that when in Jackson, this is the joint to enjoy Mexican food & margaritas

Jackson Hole Grocers– This local, organic grocery is basically a whole foods meets neighborhood market. We came here at the beginning of the week to stock up on healthy snacks & treats

Snake River Grill– A good fine dining spot in J. Hole, this restaurant is a bit pricey but worth it. All of you steak lovers, this is your go-to.

Persephone Bakery– This is the perfect brunch spot in downtown. This charming spot has awesome organic eggs, granola, bacon & baked goods. Be sure to sit al fresco on the patio!


Silver Dollar Bar in Wort Hotel– It’s no wonder this place came so highly recommended. We ended up here at least 2 nights. It’s so much fun and features cheap drinks & live music. My kind of bar!

Million Dollar Cowboy Bar– This is the most famous spot in Jackson Hole and for good reason! It’s a cowboy inspired local watering hole with bar seats made of real leather saddles. We witnessed a few real cowboys and some authentic country line dancing. You have to go here when you’re in Jackson Hole!

Town Square Tavern– I can’t speak for this place at night, but we spent a couple of hours here one afternoon, enjoying an ice cold beverage on the back deck. The space overlooks the town square and its ideal for people watching!

Who’s been to Jackson Hole? Anyone heading there in 2017? I’d love to hear your travel guide and favorite local spots!


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