Jackson Lake Lodge Mural Room
Overlooking the entirety of the Teton Range (see photo above), the Jackson Lake Lodge Mural Room menu offers a variety of sustainable, organic, free range, hormone free meats and sustainable fish/seafood. An award winning wine list is a perfect complement to the vista. Many say the panoramic views are the finest in any national park. You and your honey are certain to have a dining experience not to be forgotten. Add in jaw-dropping sunsets and your romantic meal is complete.
Address/phone: Jackson Lake Lodge Road in Grand Teton National Park; 307-543-3463
The Blue Lion
This Jackson Hole favorite is located in a charming historic house that was built in the late 1930’s. A sophisticated, bistro-style venue, the Blue Lion is infamous for its rack of lamb—it's seriously the best around! The menu also includes fresh fish, meat and other delectable entrees. An impressive wine menu is available to up the romantic ante. Enjoy deck seating in the summer and live acoustic guitar music most nights.
Address/phone: 160 N Millward; 307-733-3912
Located just off Town Square, SUDA Izakaya embodies its owners' love for Japanese cuisine—specifically the Izakaya atmosphere. It is an interactive Japanese-style bistro offering small plates and shareable dishes with a focus on tempuras, meats, sandwiches and ramens. The large menu embraces consciously-sourced ingredients from local or regional farms. The drink list features saké, shochu and Japanese-inspired cocktails as well other spirits, wines and beers, perfect for you and your love to toast your special bond. SUDA is currently open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday.
Address/phone: 140 N Cache Street; 307-201-1616
Spring Creek Ranch’s The Granary is perched high on a hill with enviable panoramic views of the Teton Range. The rustic dining room features floor-to-ceiling windows. You can also choose to dine outside on the open-air patio during the summer; it’s the perfect ambiance for romance. Bon Appétit dubbed the Granary's cuisine "upscale mountain man cooking.” Authentic Western ingredients including elk and trout are on the eclectic menu that has something every sweetheart will love.
Address/phone: 1775 N. East Butte (Spring Creek Ranch); 307-732-8112
Snake River Grill
Treat yourself to romantic dining right in the heart of Town Square at the Snake River Grill, a Jackson Hole culinary landmark for more than 25 years. The intimate bar area features more than 300 wine varieties, while the dining room is a showcase of rustic American fare, served in a casual, yet still intimate and romantic environment. The uniquely-crafted New American cuisine includes local game, fish and meat, as well as a daily fresh pasta dish.
Address/phone: 84 E. Broadway; 307-733-0557
Numerous regional and national publications have sung The Kitchen's praises. The restaurant offers an intimate atmosphere and the cuisine embraces Asian influence with ingredients boasting the freshest fish, meats and seasonal vegetables, including gluten-free dishes. The beautiful and elegant architecture of the building mirrors the contemporary concepts in the food. You can savor your dinner on a large outdoor deck during the summer and winter nights or in the cozy main dining room.
Address/phone: 155 N Glenwood S; 307-734-1633
Jenny Lake Lodge Dining Room
Situated among the fragrant pines off Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park is the Jenny Lake Lodge. The dining room serves a five-course meal with a nightly rotating menu and is one of four restaurants in Jackson Hole—and the entire state of Wyoming!—to receive the AAA four-star rating. Dinner here is an elegant yet rustic experience. Reservations are required and are available 6 to 7 p.m. and 8 to 9 p.m. every quarter hour. After your meal take the scenic five-mile, one-way drive past the lake and back onto the main park road.
Address/phone: Jenny Lake Road; 307-543-3100
For a romantic and scenic lunch, you need to dine at Palate, overlooking the National Elk Refuge in the National Museum of Wildlife Art. The museum sits atop a butte and is only a mile north of the Town of Jackson. Sip your favorite beverage on the eatery's patio, linger over your meal and peruse the museum’s world-class art collection. Palate's extensive menu features inventive dishes made with seasonal, sustainable and local ingredients presented in a creative way, such as the Idaho Trout Fish and Chips (beer-battered Idaho Rainbow Trout, malted onions, tartar sauce, lemon, and crispy fish skin). This uniquely located restaurant is open Tuesday through Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Address/phone: The National Museum of Wildlife Art, 2820 Rungius Rd./307-201-5208