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Jackson Hole Shopping and Local Makers

Take a home a unique souvenir from Jackson Hole, one that’s been created right here in the shadows of the Tetons.
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Jackson Hole shopping offers you quite a number of stores featuring the usual subjects of souvenirs one can take away from a visit here: T-shirts, caps, magnets, glassware, etc. But what’s a really special and one-of-a-kind keepsake is an item born and made right in Jackson Hole. The “local makers” of Jackson Hole continue to craft their wares in various mediums. They all draw inspiration from being in our great valley where we are in daily awe of its natural beauty. This beauty is reflected in the patterns, designs and ingenuity of the items our artisans and businesses create.

Wild by Nature Gallery

Wild by Nature features the wildlife and landscape photography of Henry H. Holdsworth. In his words, "Wildlife photography embodies much more than taking pictures of animals. It's about gaining insight through interaction with other living creatures." The sheer beauty of the images is important, but the true heart of Henry's photography is focused on bringing about a greater appreciation of nature and it preservation. 
Located at 95 West Deloney Street; wildbynaturegallery.com; 307.733.8877

Jackson Hole Jewelry Company

Jackson Hole Jewelry showcases jewelry inspired by the Tetons and Jackson Hole area. The original designs include accents of natural diamonds and rare gemstones. The array of jewelry includes Teton stacking rings, Teton necklaces and pieces featuring the unique indigenous animals that call the Teton Valley area home. The designs on all the jewelry are handcrafted by the store’s Master Goldsmith and are a staple among locals.

Located at 60 E. Broadway on Town Square; jacksonholejewelry.com

JW Bennett

Sarah Kjorstad learned the importance of strong values, connection to the land and pure grit growing up on a ranch in eastern Wyoming. Her hats are the passion that fuels their creation and reflect her classic style, which reflects the grit and beauty of Wyoming and cowboy heritage. She loves helping her customers find a hat that expresses their character, whether from a simple leather accent, vintage ribbon, feather, or a more intricate and ornate hand-beaded hat band.

Where to buy:  55 N Glenwood Ave; jwbennett.com; 307-201-5669

Jackson Hole Winery

Jackson Hole Winery

Jackson Hole Winery is a small, family-owned winery that produces its wine with the finest grapes from California’s Sonoma and Napa valleys. Wyoming’s high altitude and cold climate provide the finishing touch. The winery bottles’ dynamic blends include Catch and Release Zinfandel and Rendezvous Red, a marriage of Cabernet Franc and Syrah, and several more. On-site tastings are available by appointment only at 2800 Boyles Hill, by calling 307-201-1057. The winery has a Wolf Pack Wine Club, which means limited production wines can be delivered to your door twice a year.

Wine tastings are also offered daily in the New West KnifeWorks store on Town Square and in Teton Village, adjacent to Cowboy Coffee which is located below the Alpenhof.

Where to buy: New West KnifeWorks; Creekside Market; Plaza Liquors; Bin 22; Mangy Moose Cellars; Bodega. For more information, visit jacksonholewinery.com,  or call 307-201-1057

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. At lunch, the menu features an eclectic roster of sandwiches, burgers and salads to satisfy any light or ravenous appetite. There are also scratch baked goods, pastries and desserts, all waiting to be carried out at the bakery counter. And don't forget to pick up a bag or two of the eatery’s trademarked O.S.M. ( Oats, Sunflower seeds, Millet) granola, pancake and waffle mix or oatmeal, a unique blend you'll find nowhere else. Some items are also available online, so you can have a little bit of Jackson Hole delivered right to your door.

Where to Buy: Just a half a block north of Town Square at 130 N Cache; or online bunnery.com

New West Knives - Jackson Hole

New West Knifeworks

Take home some fine cutlery from here to Wyoming-up your kitchen. New West Knifeworks and its G-Fusion knives have been featured in national publications. In fact, Saveur magazine calls Jackson Hole the home of “our favorite knives.” Be sure and check out the limited production series of Jackson Hole Elk Antler Santoku.

Located at 98 Center, just off Town Square; 307-733-4193; newwestknifeworks.com

Copperdot Leather Goods - Jackson Hole Shopping

Copperdot Leather Goods

Inspired by the rugged unencumbered Wyoming terrain, each Copperdot bag is hand constructed in Jackson Hole. The exquisite leather, solid hardware, and hand hammered copper rivets yield a distinctive look that is a blend of fine equestrian tack and luxury handbag.

Where to buy: copperdotleather.com; (307) 690-4564

Mountain Man Toy Shop

Mountain Man Toy Shop

The name pretty much says it all! Located under the same roof as New West Knifeworks, Mountain Man Toy Shop features Damascus axes, hand-forged tomahawks, hunting knives and other unique sharp objects for the modern-day mountain man.

Where to Buy: 98 Center; 307-733-4193; mtnmengifts.com

Snake River Brewing

Snake River Brewing (or the “Brewpub” as we locals fondly call it) is Wyoming’s oldest and largest craft beer brewery. Since 1994 the brewery has won countless awards for its beers and established itself as a staple on the dining scene within the community that it serves — from beer aficionados to families seeking a fun and lively venue in which to nourish them and their offspring.

Where to buy: Creekside Market; Plaza Liquors; Bin 22; Town Square Tavern; Mangy Moose Cellars; Bodega The Brewpub is located at 265 South Millward St.; snakeriverbrewing.com


You will find an eclectic and whimsical mix of handcrafted items in Workshop, located just off Town Square. Choose from locally made jewelry by Susan Flemming and other artisans, belt buckles, ceramics, children’s gifts, home goods (such as Western- and wildlife-themed throw pillows) and even apparel.

Where to Buy: 180 E Deloney; 307-203-7856; workshopjh.com

Shine Like the Snow

Posh Poles are the only rhinestone-covered ski poles in existence and are proudly made in Jackson Hole. The poles feature thousands of rhinestones, creating a diffraction effect when in the light, making them sparkle and shine. Great for the groms, their moms; snow bunnies and fashionable guys.

Where to buy: poshskipoles.com

Padgett Hoke Jewelry

Wear a little bit of Jackson Hole. Padgett Hoke, a Jackson Hole native, designs  necklaces from the inspiration she derives from her spectacular surroundings in the Tetons.  Padgett spends as much time as possible exploring the outdoors and wanted to design something that would not only be timeless, but could be worn in every type of setting. From the blushing bride, to the girl summiting a mountain, these necklaces represent people who love our natural setting.

Where to buy: Online at padgetthoke.com. Her designs are also available at MADE in Gaslight Alley, just off Town Square.

Cafe Genevieve's Pig Candy

The name says it all: candied bacon. It’s the item you must try at Café Genevieve, whether as an appetizer, in a salad, or topping your bloody mary. Expertly made in-house daily, Pig Candy is coated with thick, applewood-smoked bacon and a blend of dried sugars and spices, then baked low-and-slow for the perfect bite. Don’t stop there—the inspired home cooking at Café Genevieve is available all day, perfectly complemented by a cocktail or bottle of wine.

Where to buy: 135 East Broadway, Jackson; and genevievejh.com; 307.732.1910

Grand Teton Distillery

How about imbibing some gluten-free vodka while you’re visiting the Tetons?  Grand Teton Distillery can provide that and more. Located on the other side of Teton Pass in Driggs, Idaho, the distillery combines filtered mountain water with regionally sourced raw materials to craft a variety of unique spirits, from award-winning potato vodka to a huckleberry-flavored whiskey named “Teton Moonshine.”

Where to buy: Creekside Market; Plaza Liquors; Bin 22; Town Square Tavern; Mangy Moose Cellars; Bodega; tetondistillery.com