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Finding Family-Friendly Restaurants in Jackson Hole

Looking for family-friendly restaurants in Jackson Hole? Look no further: We've got the scoop right here!
Calico Restaurant - Jackson Hole

While there are dozens of restaurants in Jackson Hole offering adventurous meals for the adult palate, the ambiance may not always be as much fun for the kids. Luckily, there is a plethora of restaurants where the whole family can enjoy a meal out. Here's a list of family-friendly Jackson Hole restaurants.

Calico Bar & Restaurant

Calico’s one-and-a-half acre yard for kids to frolic on makes this American-Italian restaurant one of Jackson Hole’s favorite family friendly places for both visitors and locals alike. Parents can nibble on some tasty appetizers and sip a glass of wine on Calico’s deck while their offspring play ball, a game of “tag” and generally just run around before and after they eat dinner, all within eyesight. The meals on the kid’s menu are only $3.50, making Calico a win-win for the entire family. Location: 2620 Moose-Wilson Rd. in Wilson, WY; 307-733-2460

Q Roadhouse & Brewery

Q Roadhouse & Brewery shares the fun, kid-friendly lawn with Calico. This casual Southern eatery and brewery offers something for everyone. In addition to a kid's menu, there is frequent live music to entertain the whole family during dinner. Kids and parents alike will enjoy cracking the shells of the peanuts that are placed on every table—shells that are encouraged to land on the floor of the restaurant after popping the peanuts into your mouths! Location: 2550 Moose Wilson Rd., Wilson, WY; 307-739-0700

Snake River Brewery

At first blush you might not picture a brewery as a kid-friendly venue, but you should never judge a book by its cover. The Snake River Brewery offers more than just Jackson Hole-brewed suds. The large, high-ceilinged and high-energy restaurant is a great fit for families. While the first floor presents more of a pub atmosphere with its large bar area, the second floor screams family with its half dozen hanging TV’s for kids to watch sports or cartoons, as well a foosball table and video games for pre-dinner entertainment. There is also a new front lawn area with three-hole mini-golf and a cornhole set-up! Location: 265 So. Millward in Jackson, WY; 307-739-2337

The Bunnery

A favorite local gathering place welcoming Jackson residents and visitors, The Bunnery offers an extensive selection of breakfast items, many available all day, as well as lunch and dinner. The casual, laid back atmosphere is ideal for families. The Bunnery is famous for its bakery items made from scratch on site—a bonus for all! The kids will discover the yum in fresh cookies, cupcakes and other pastries. The "Kid's Breakfast Club" menu includes Silver Dollar pancakes, the Kiddie Scramble (scrambled eggs and a buttermilk coffee cake) and even a bowl of Cheerios. There is a special kid's lunch menu, too. Location: 130 N Cache; 733-5474

The King's Grill

The King’s Grill is Snow King Mountain’s new seasonal eatery with a motto that says it all for those seeking a kid-friendly atmosphere: “Food, Family & Fun.” Given its location in the Rafferty Center at the base of the Rafferty Chairlift, overlooking both the Cowboy Coaster and the Alpine Slide, it is most decidedly a fun spot to grab a bite to eat. The menu features traditional American favorites with the influence of unique regional flavors from throughout the country. Prices range from $5 to $8 for kids, and $5 to $17 for adult main courses. The grill also serves wine and beer, as well as ice cream treats. 307-201-5292

Mangy Moose Restaurant & Saloon

Mangy Moose

The iconic Mangy Moose in Jackson Hole needs to be on your list of restaurants at which to eat. The main restaurant is an authentic Western steakhouse ideal for families, offering reasonably priced meals. A casual atmosphere marked by a decidedly eclectic décor hanging from the ceiling and walls (think vintage road signs and posters, antique bicycles and tools, a small bi-plane), the eatery features a diverse dinner-only menu. For family breakfast and lunch, the RMO Café is located one floor below the main dining room with a menu that is half American and half Mexican. Main dining hours: 5 to 10 p.m.; RMO Café hours: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; 307-733-4913

The Lift

The Lift is located right across the street from Snow King Mountain, so it’s a convenient spot for families to enjoy a good meal before or after enjoying the activities on the hill.  The casual, friendly atmosphere and signature burgers are just some of the reasons the restaurant is a local and tourist favorite. Cozy booths beckon inside the bar area and there are several TV screens for viewing various sporting events. When it’s warm outside, choose a spot on the spacious patio to enjoy the full flavor of Jackson Hole.  Location: 645 South Cache St. in Jackson, 307-733-5438

Moe's Original Bar B Que

An exciting new "menu item" to the Jackson Hole restaurant scene, Moe's Original Bar B Que says it aims to be very family-friendly. To that end, kids age 10 and under eat for only $1 Monday through Friday with the purchase of an adult meal or platter! Among the kid's menu items are pulled pork, ribs, chicken tenders and grilled cheese. Saturdays and Sundays kids eat for $6. The two-floor setting includes HDTV's scattered about for sports fans. Location: 140 North Cache St., Jackson, WY; 307-733-6637

Pinsetter Restaurant at Hole Bowl

Now here's a restaurant that combines good old-fashioned family fun with a meal! Plan to bowl before or after dinner at Hole Bowl's Pinsetter Restaurant. You and the kiddles can also indulge in some arcade games, shuffleboard, Skee Ball, air hockey and a photo booth. The restaurant offers a $6 menu for children ages 12 and under and classic, made-from-scratch American fare. Location: 980 W Broadway in Powderhorn Mall; 307-201-5426

Pinky G's Restaurant

Pinky G's Pizzeria

What kid doesn't like pizza? Pinky G's has been voted best pizza in Jackson Hole by locals for five years running now. And the pizzeria was also featured on "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" in 2014. The whole family will enjoy the New York-style hand tossed pizza in a very casual dining environment. There are also a couple of cornhole toss boards for a little friendly competition between family members. Location: 50 W Broadway in the Pink Garter Plaza on Town Square; 733-7465

Yippy I-O Candy

Bonus: Yippy I-O Candy Co.

After your meal, head on down to Yippy I O Candy on Town Square for dessert. Pick and choose from a mind-boggling array of taffy and other candies. 84 East Broadway. 307-739-3020