Jackson Hole- best ski town food
Here are the last of my glorious food pictures from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Jackson is such a great town. It is a smaller ski-town but there is plenty to do; from shops, outdoor activities, an awesome food scene, and the famous Yellowstone National Park (only 65 miles from downtown Jackson.)
First, a glorious night time picture of Teton Mountains. Drink it in.
The second picture is from Rendezvous Bistro, which is on the outskirts of downtown. It was a quaint little bistro that was full of energy and people on the weeknight we decided to dine there. Service was great and they have a huge menu. It would of been a good lunch joint as well. I ordered the grilled venison with pomegranate red sauce and parsley mashed potatoes. For the price, it was delicious. I will definitely go back next trip.
The third picture was taken while eating at the Four Seasons, no it’s not a bong. It’s actually balsamic vinegar and olive oil. Creative. We ate at the Four Seasons a couple times since it was close to where we were staying. Westbank Grill is one of the nicer restaurants in the hotel (where this picture was taken), and it was not that great. Our waiter was terrible and was actually quite rude when we asked what gluten-free options were available. Normally I wouldn’t call a waiter outright terrible but yep, this guy must of been smoking that balsamic vinegar/olive oil “bong”.
We did eat sushi at the casual lounge in the Four Seasons the last night and that was amazing. The sushi and service were incredible and they did a very nice job at making sure my meal was completely GF.
The last picture is from Snake River Grill in downtown Jackson, one of my favorites. They were more than happy to accommodate my family being gluten-free. I ordered the Beef tenderloin (medium-rare, of course)in a rich, red wine sauce with roasted sweet potato fries.