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Where's the Beef in Jackson Hole?

In the “when in Rome” department: No visit to Jackson Hole would be complete without sitting down to a meal featuring meat as the star attraction. Here are 7 places to eat some local beef, meat and game.
The Gun Barrel Restaurant

Gun Barrel Steak & Game House

Buffalo, venison and other exotic game are available at this unique steakhouse with cowboy artifacts. The Gun Barrel Steak & Game House, which is locally owned and operated, opened in 1993 in what had formerly been the Wyoming Wildlife Museum & Taxidermy. Menu items include sirloin, ribeye, prime rib, elk, buffalo and all the usual, delicious trimmings. Dinner only.

862 W Broadway in Grand Teton Plaza; 307-733-3287;

Mangy Moose Restaurant & Saloon

Mangy Moose

The famous Mangy Moose restaurant, known for its eclectic décor, is an eatery that most people put on their list of places to go while on vacation in Jackson Hole: “Have dinner at the Mangy Moose.” Check! The menu features plenty of choices for the carnivore in you, such as buffalo meat loaf, elk brats, venison chop and three sizes of smoky prime rib. Dinner only.

Teton Village; 307-733-4913;

White Buffalo Club

The casually elegant restaurant at the White Buffalo Club is one of only very few eateries in Jackson Hole offering USDA prime steaks. You also have your choice of an astounding 1,100 bottles of the world's finest vintages to pair with your selection of incredible meat year-round and wild game in the summer. All steaks are butchered in house. Dinner only.

160 West Gill; 307-734-4900;

Q Roadhouse Restaurant

Q Roadhouse Pub & Eatery

The Roadhouse’s comfortable gastropub setting includes—in summer—a large lawn adjacent to Calico restaurant where the kids can frolic while you enjoy pre-dinner cocktails. In-house brewed craft beers can complement your meal of Wyoming’s Carter Country meat burgers, smoked ribs, grilled hangar steak, or the signature “Bovine + Swine” platter (smoked pork, fried pork belly, grilled sausage, grilled summer corn, mustard sauce), among other items. Dinner only plus Sunday brunch from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

2550 Moose-Wilson Rd in Wilson; 307-739-0700;

Moe’s Original Bar-B-Que

Obviously you can tell just from the name that Moe’s Bar-B-Que has meat, meat and more meat to satisfy your palate. One of Jackson Hole’s newest restaurants, you can find it just off Town Square on Cache Street’s “restaurant row.” Moe’s offers Alabama-style barbeque starring pulled pork and pork ribs and Southern fixin’s prepared fresh daily. Lunch and dinner.

140 N Cache; 307-733-6637;

The Kitchen Restaurant

The Kitchen

Tucked in just off Town Square, The Kitchen offers a refined, yet casual dining atmosphere, combining modern cuisine with a comforting twist. Appetizers include a pork belly-lobster slider and grilled octopus among other creative and decadent concoctions. Some entrees of the meat variety to choose from are the Kitchen lamb burger, Snake River Farms tenderloin and a bison ribeye. Dinner only.

155 N Glenwood; 307- 734-1633;

Rendezvous Bistro Restaurant

Rendezvous Bistro

Rendezvous Bistro has been a favorite Jackson Hole dining destination for 16 years. The atmosphere is sophisticated yet casual and features an extensive wine list. Featuring traditional French bistro cuisine, the impressive and diverse menu includes Bistro meatloaf, steak frites, pork chops and grilled buffalo ribeye. Kids and adults alike can create crayon-drawn masterpieces as paper and crayons adorn the white linen tablecloths. Dinner only.

380 S Hwy 89; 307-739-1100;