Jackson Hole food review: Osteria
September 17, 2009
The first night in Jackson we decided to go have dinner at Osteria, a popular Italian eatery in Teton village. We arrive that night at Osteria hungry and tired from our long day of traveling to find out that they have our reservation but it will be a while. We made sure to make the reservation 2 weeks in advance yet we still had to wait for 45 minutes or more when we arrived. Luckily the staff redeemed themselves by bringing a few appetizers by the table for us to snack on once we were seated. Unfortunately, since I am gluten-free, I couldn’t eat any…bummer. The menu had a great selection and the chef was willing to work with my sister and I who are GF. We decided on the Free range half chicken with prosciutto rub, lentils and watercress salad. The chicken serving was massive but they didn’t give you much of anything else. The lentils had a spicy kick which was nice; I could of used some more of those on my plate. I loved the seasonings and the prosciutto rub they used on the chicken but it was a little dry. If I wasn’t gluten-free and I ate there again I would say the pizza is a must. They cook all the pizzas in a fire roasted oven, they look sensational! To see more of their menu, click here.