Where to Eat in Jackson Hole, Wyoming When we visited Grand Teton National Park last summer, I arrived early from a conference in Texas and had the afternoon to scope out the town of Jackson Hole before the rest of the family arrived. Since we are foodies, my first order of business was finding out where to eat in Jackson Hole. I asked everyone that I encountered their favorite Jackson Wyoming restaurants and watering holes, and then set out to do some taste testing of my own.My first stop in town had to be the town square with its famous antler arches. I’ve seen so many pictures of these, but I didn’t realize that there was one on each of the four corners. The small town of Jackson immediately charmed me. It has that nice mix of authentic western town with the upscale influence of being a major ski town and tourist attraction. You can take a carriage ride, saddle up to the bar at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar (literally as the bar stools are saddles, just keep in mind that if you are visiting Jackson Hole with kids, they are not allowed inside), check out the cute shops and galleries, or fill your belly and any of the fine eateries around town.Where to Eat in Jackson HoleHatch Taqueria and Tequilas – My first stop on my search for the best restaurants in Jackson WY was Hatch, which offers fresh and modern Mexican cuisine. They offer indoor and outdoor seating in a fun and casual setting. The service was a little odd – mainly Eastern Europeans who didn’t seem to know much about the menu or local beers, but the food was good. I couldn’t decide on which tacos to get so I tried a few. These are small, authentic tortillas with modern ingredients. My favorites were the chicken Tinga and smoked brisket tacos.120 West Broadway, Jackson Hole, WY, (307)-203-2780The Kitchen – The Kitchen came highly recommended as a nice, but casual option. Again, they offer both indoor and outdoor seating. Even with the heat lamps, outdoors seemed chilly so we opted to eat inside. The décor is modern yet has a very organic feel. The food was really interesting and wide-ranging. If you like spicy, the turkey spring rolls had a real kick. Our other favorites were the Pho and the Kitchen Burger. But leave room for dessert because the chocolate chip cookie skillet was absolutely amazing. For something lighter, try the mango passion sorbet.155 North Glenwood, Jackson, WY, (307) 734-1633Cafe Genevieve – I was disappointed we didn’t get to try Cafe Genevieve because not only do I love a good breakfast, but Hannah’s friend Genevieve accompanied us on this trip so it would have been fitting. I was told they have the best breakfast around (and they serve it until 3pm.) If I return, I’m definitely trying their “pig candy,” which is thick applewood smoked bacon, coated with a blend of sugars and spices and has been featured on Food Network’s “Triple D” and “The Today Show”. I tried something similar down in Panama City and I’m determined to try to make it at home.135 East Broadway, Jackson, WYMacPhail’s Burgers – Since we were in the West, we also wanted to try some bison. Hannah was still lamenting not trying the bison fondue when we were in Quebec City. Misadventures with Andi had recommended the buffalo burger at MacPhail’s, and we saw they have been voted Best Burger in the 50 States, but we ended up getting ours in Yellowstone. Next time!399 West Broadway, Jackson, WYBubba’s BBQ – This Jackson Hole tradition serves three meals a day, but we have been told by friends that the chocolate pecan pie is the thing to get at Bubba’s.100 Flat Creek, Jackson, WYWhite Buffalo Club – Located in a hotel with luxury suites, locals told me this is where they go for an upscale meal in town. White Buffalo features steaks and some seafood.160 W Gill Ave, Jackson, WY Pho at KitchenTeton Tiger – For casual Asian, Teton Tiger comes highly recommended. They offer a mix of Thai, Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Indian flavors, all while incorporating local ingredients. Favorites include Mama’s Midnight Ramen and Shanghai Street Noodles.165 Center St, Jackson, WYDo you have any recommendations on where to eat in Jackson Hole? Plan this trip! We really enjoyed our stay at this hotel, which was an easy walk (or free shuttle) to downtown Jackson Hole.If you would rather stay in a vacation rental, check out this company for beautiful rental homes on the mountain.Anxious flyers, be aware that flights into Jackson Hole can be bumpy on approach, but the airport is small but stylish and so convenient to town. Set up your airfare rate alerts here.You will want to rent a car to explore the area and Grand Teton National Park. Check here for deals. Get Help Planning This TripPIN THISNote: This post contains affiliate links. If you click a link and make a purchase, I may receive a small commission.Find this useful? Share it!PinShareTweetFlipboardEmail Written by We3Travel and was last updated on May 9, 2019. Read more about United States, Destinations, Americas, Wyoming, Food & WineRelated Posts Family-friendly Paso Robles Wineries 5 Must Try Foods When Visiting Ocean City, MD 10 “Must-Try” Rhode Island Foods: Big Taste from the Smallest State Comments are closed. 7 Comments on “Where to Eat in Jackson Hole, Wyoming”if you like lamb. Then I would suggest going to the blue lion. They have a wonderful roasted rack of lamb. You need TO make reservations.My family just visited Jackson Hole and I would highly recommend Saddle Rock Saloon at the Jackson Hole Playhouse with kids. First, the entire ambiance of the restaurant is an adorable throw back to an old Western saloon (swinging doors, saddle bar stool chairs, and waiters/waitresses dressed to match the saloon perfectly). We totally stumbled upon this place and were so happy with our experience as the food was great, they had Huckleberry soda/floats, and every few songs the waiters/waitresses would break out in song (to the shock of our entire party…especially my 5 and 3 year old.) We tried the rattlesnake and pheasant sausage appetizer (“When in Rome…”) and were shocked by how good it was! I would highly recommend the Saddle Rock Saloon at the Jackson Hole Playhouse!What a great find, thank you for sharing!If you’re in the mood for pizza, Pinky G ‘s (50 West Broadway, Jackson) is the best in town. The Funky Chicken is amazing!!!P.S. I have two tips for tourists. 1) “Jackson Hole” is the valley in which Jackson, Moose, Moran, Teton Village, etc. lay. We can tell a person is a tourist if they call the town “Jackson Hole” instead of just “Jackson.” 2) PLEASE remember that in most parts of Wyoming, we do not rush around at the same pace as everyone else. We are not a part of the “rat race,” and we like it that way. I ask that you practice patience with the locals, especially outside of Jackson. Slow down, enjoy the scenery, and SMILE. You may be glad you did. (Get on the good side of a local, and he or she may let you in on some of the unknown treasures in their area.)Thank Shelly, I appreciate the local advice.We loved Jackson and stayed at the Ranch Inn last July (2017). Recommend Snake River Brewing for a nice meal and beverage as well! We also went to McPhails Burgers and had the Bison Burger. It was divine.Thanks for the recommendations!