On Rendezvous Mountain, The Bridger Restaurant has seating for 150 people, floor to ceiling windows, a south facing deck for sunny days and a permanent barbecue station.
The Bear Flats Snack Shack at the base of Sublette chairlift is a warm log cabin that serves snacks, sandwiches and hot and cold drinks. There’s often a barbecue there in spring too.
The Casper Restaurant at the base of the Casper Chairlift is a family-friendly cafeteria whilst Corbet's Cabin at the top of Rendezvous Mountain, has, “a limited menu but unlimited views.”
The Couloir Restaurant (+1 (307) 739 2675) offers fine dining at the top of the Bridger gondola. There’s a daily lunch menu and great views of Corbet's Couloir and the Headwall from the heated outdoor deck.
Restaurants in Town
There are now about half a dozen places to eat at the base of the mountain as well as more than 50 options in downtown Jackson catering for all tastes and budgets, but with large steaks a familiar theme.
In the mountain resort Couloir Restaurant (+1 (307) 739 2675) offers a fixed price package with gondola rides up, and a five course gourmet dinner at the top of the slopes each night.
Down at the mountain base the Peak at the Four Seasons (7680 Granite Ridge Road; +1 (307) 739 5157) gives a contemporary twist on the traditional American steakhouse.
The Westbank Grill in the Four Seasons (7680 Granite Ridge Road; +1 (307) 739 5620) has great views of Rendezvous Mountain, an impressive open kitchen in the heart of the restaurant and serves up classic seasonal fish, game and meat dishes from the American West.
Stiegler's Austrain Restaurant (+1 (307) 733-107) serves up Austrian veal, pork and wild game specialties.
Calico Restaurant (Teton Village Roadl +1 (307)733-2460) is a very popular Italian which usually has a bar full of locals – always a good sign.
In the town of Jackson, Wild Sage (175 North Jackson Street; +1 (307) 733 2000) is the only Four Diamond restaurant in the area, and is famed for its regional cuisine and fresh seafood.
Most of the food shopping in the area is located in downtown Jackson.
Albertsons (+1 (307) 733 5950) is Jackson’s full service supermarket. The carefully named Jackson Whole Grocer (974 W Broadway, Powder Horn Mall; +1 (307) 733 0450) is the only locally owned organic supermarket that provides full-service, one-stop shopping with an in-house bakery and liquor store. It aims to sell as much local and organic food as possible.
Smith's Food & Drug (+1 (307) 733 8908) sells fresh and packaged foods.
Backcountry Provisions (50 W Deloney; +1 (307) 734 9420) serves deli style food and sandwiches and is centrally located in downtown Jackson and offers eco-friendly delivery in the town.
If you don’t fancy spending holiday time grocery shopping yourself then Mountains of Groceries (+1 (307) 734 1981) will do your grocery shopping for you so that you arrive to a fully stocked kitchen and bar, complete with a private chef or bartender if your budget will stretch to that. Just fill out their easy online shopping list and they'll deliver right in to your fridge.