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What's Local To Eat and Drink in Jackson Hole

Get a taste of the Tetons during your visit to Jackson Hole. Here's a list of the best locally-made food and beverages.
Persephone Bakery Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole is rich in locally-made food and drink. From vodka created from water that runs from the Teton mountain tops to candied bacon and artisan chocolates to craft suds, there are plenty of opportunities to munch and sip on made-only-in-Jackson goodies and libations. And the bonus? You can take most of these back home with you—or order them online.

CocoLove & Atelier Ortega

CocoLove is a chocoholic’s dream! Master chocolatier Oscar Ortega, recent winner of the World’s Greatest Praline award in Milan, Italy, created Jackson Hole’s preeminent chocolate and dessert café. Savor world-class pastries and artisan chocolates, as well as other goodies, while sipping on handcrafted espresso beverages. Take some of your favorite yummies back home with you for friends or family—or just for your own secret stash! Two locations: 115 W Broadway and 150 Scott Lane; 307-733-3253 or 307-734-6400


Pig Candy - Jackson Hole

Pig Candy

Your taste buds won’t know what hit them when you try some of Café Genevieve’s famous Pig Candy. Made in-house daily, this other-worldly treat consists of thick, applewood-smoked bacon coated with a blend of dried sugars and spices, baked low-and-slow. Pig Candy has been featured on Food Network’s “Triple D” and "The Today Show." You can have it as an appetizer or in your salad—a slice can even top your bloody mary! What?! You can take home a package of this amazing goodness by buying one for $15 at the restaurant or on its website—genevievejh.com

Jackson Hole Still Works Vodka

The newest vodka distillery on the scene—and the only one based in Jackson Hole— is Jackson Hole Still Works. Another product comprised of local ingredients, made and bottled at a craft distillery located just two miles south of the town of Jackson, Still Works’ “Highwater Vodka” is created with grains farmed and harvested in the Cowboy State and water that runs from the Teton mountain tops to the winding Snake River. Open for tours and tastings; please call 307-699-8998. 

Where to buy: Creekside Market; Plaza Liquors; Bin 22; Mangy Moose Cellars; Bodega


The Bunnery - Jackson Hole Restaurant

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 available online, so you can have a little bit of Jackson Hole delivered right to your door. 

Located half a block north of Town Square at 130 N Cache.


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, including Catch and Release Zinfandel and Rendezvous Red, a marriage of Cabernet Franc and Syrah, and several more. During summer on-site tastings are available by appointment only at the winery (2800 Boyles Hill), by calling 307-201-1057. Year-round you can taste its wines by visiting New West Knifeworks on Town Square at 98 Center St.

Where to buy: Creekside Market; Plaza Liquors; Bin 22; Mangy Moose Cellars; Bodega


Persephone Bakery - Jackson Hole

Persephone Bakery and Picnic Café

Voted Best Baked Goods in the Valley, Persephone is the home of artisanal, rustic breads and pastries (pictured top of article), created using the highest quality ingredients and traditional processes. You have to try the cinnamon brioche—it makes for a decadent breakfast treat or an amazing midday snack. The breakfast and lunch menus focus in on fresh, seasonal, local ingredients. Located mere steps from Town Square at 145 E Broadway and also in Wilson at 3445 N. Pines Way, en route to Teton Village.

Picnic Coffee & Café stocks locals’ favorite pastries handmade by Persephone Bakery as well as its own versions of American classics like pop tarts and whoopee pies. Picnic also features locally roasted organic coffee by Snake River Roasters. Grab a burrito or fresh, pre-made salad on your way to the river or hiking trails. The café is located at 110 Maple Way.

Tram Bars

Kate’s Real Food Tram Bars are enjoyable on-the-go energy for foodies, athletes, kids and everyone in between. They are certified organic and Kosher, using only quality ingredients. A true blue made-in-Jackson Hole treat, you can easily stock up on the bars to take them back home with you; sort of an edible souvenir!

Where to buy: Tram Bars are available at dozens of locations throughout Jackson Hole, including Albertson’s, Jackson Whole Grocer, various places at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Pearl Street Bagels, Skinny Skis, and Creekside Market. For the full list, visit katesrealfood.com. They are also available to buy online.  

Melvin Brewing

Melvin Brewing’s Alpine Brewery Taproom features eight fresh taps, yummy pub fare and tours by request. Alpine is located just 40 minutes south of the town of Jackson. The taproom’s address is 624 County Road 101, Alpine.

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


Wyoming Whiskey Jackson Hole

Wyoming Whiskey

Wyoming Whiskey bills itself as “the whiskey of the West.” The small batch bourbon whiskey is created with non-GMO corn, wheat and barley—all grown in Wyoming—combined with limestone water.

Where to buy: Where to buy: Creekside Market; Plaza Liquors; Bin 22; Mangy Moose Cellars; Bodega


Grand Teton Distillery - Jackson Hole

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; Mangy Moose Cellars; Bodega


Snake River Pub & Brewing

Snake River Brewing

Snake River Brewing (or the “Brewpub” as we locals fondly call it) is Wyoming’s oldest and largest craft beer brewery. Over the past 30 years, 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. The interior features both a mammoth copper mash tun and a boil kettle smack dab in the center of the 286-seat restaurant. The brewery has won numerous awards and been named Small Brewery of the Year twice.

Where to buy: At the brewpub; Creekside Market; Plaza Liquors; Bin 22; Mangy Moose Cellars; Bodega

The Brewpub is located at 265 South Millward St.


Roadhouse Pub & Eatery Jackson Hole

Roadhouse Brewing Company

Roadhouse Brewing Company is a locally owned and operated craft brewery with a passion for award-winning Belgian beers and Rocky Mountain IPAs. Its brewers started out as home brewers and remain true to their roots. Located right in the heart of Town Square, taps of the brewery’s more than 20 beers rotate daily. The restaurant offers sustainably focused food, a summertime deck, and a family-friendly atmosphere.

The Brewery, located at 1225 Gregory Lane, is Roadhouse’s full production facility with a 30 barrel brewhouse, canning line, and barrel room. There is a small taproom on-site with 10 rotating taps of its latest and greatest creations and facility tours at 5 p.m. daily.