The LIST: Jackson Hole Restaurants

By on July 20, 2016



The Bird

If only more people could follow The Bird’s ethos. Its philosophy is “to offer a restaurant and bar where laying back and enjoying the night is not only recommended, but required.” Get a seat on the deck while you soak in the mountain views then order the ghetto burger, or a monster steak, like the 12 oz. New York or 8 oz. baseball cut. On Sundays, The Bird serves a mean brunch including juevos rancheros and bottomless mimosas and bloody marys.
4125 S. Pub Place, Jackson
307-732-BIRD |

Blue Lion

Located in a quaint little abode, the Blue Lion feels like home away from home. The predominantly French menu keeps customers coming back time and time again, especially for items like the infamous rack of lamb, cajun buffalo tenderloin, served wrapped in bacon and topped with cajun spices and a delectable raspberry cabernet sauce. Pair your meal with one of the wines in Blue Lion’s extensive stock.
160 N. Millward, Jackson
307-733-3912 |

Bubba’s Bar-B-Que

A Jackson Hole mainstay for decades, Bubba’s Bar-B-Que restaurant dishes up hearty platters of American classics. The generous portions don’t break the bank, either. Bubba’s eclectic breakfasts and lunches are tasty and affordable, and the dinners are reminiscent of cowboy meals of the Wild West. Stacked ribs and juicy steaks come with your choice of mac n’ cheese, coleslaw or beans.
100 Flat Creek Drive, Jackson
307-733-2288 |

Cafe Genevieve

Located in an old log cabin in downtown Jackson, this cafe is a cozy place to relax and enjoy homemade Southern cooking. Cafe Genevieve serves breakfast, lunch and dinner to comfort-food seeking locals and visitors. While you’re there, don’t forget to sample some of Genevieve’s famous pig candy, a Southern delicacy comprised of thick applewood bacon coated in sugar and spice.
135 E. Broadway, Jackson
307-734-1970 |

Cutty’s Bar & Grill

Cutty’s was founded by native Philadelphians who take pride in serving authentic cheesesteaks in Jackson. The casual dark wood furnished bar and grill has the ambiance of a South Street Philadelphia joint. The pub fare includes traditional cheesesteaks (steak, onions, cheese) as well as burgers (try the buffalo), pizzas and generously portioned salads. Flowing from the tap are micro brews from around the West, including Wyoming and Colorado.
1140 W WY 22, Jackson
307-732-0001 |

Down on Glen

Down on Glen champions its hole-in-the-wall aesthetic, where DOG’s staffers are busy making burritos beginning at 7 in the morning. Everything on the menu is under $8, including the popular breakfast burrito, served four ways—veggie, meat, mild or spicy. Other items on the menu include burgers, traditional Philly cheesesteaks and smoothies blended with fresh fruit.
25 S. Glenwood, Jackson | 307-733-4422

Dornan’s Pizza & Pasta Company

Located in Grand Teton National Park, Dornan’s Pizza and Pasta Company boasts some of the best Teton views of any valley eatery. After a hike in the park, visit Dornan’s for delicious home baked pizzas, like the rendezvous pizza with Canadian bacon, pineapple and toasted almonds, and the Buck Mountain pizza with tomatoes, basil, mozzarella, and olive oil with garlic. Salads, calzones and fresh pastas are also served along with cocktails, beer and wine.
307-733-2415 |


Regulars of Eleanor’s remain loyal to this Jackson restaurant and bar, even after this once well-kept secret watering hole became a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. Eleanor’s dishes up high quality bar food, such as wings and stacked nachos, but also delivers a twist when it comes to brunch or dinner entrées. Be sure to try the authentic fajitas castillo accompanied with a pint of draft beer.
832 W. Broadway, Jackson
307-733-7901 |

e.leaven Food Co.

Whether you are coming in for a gourmet burger or the all-day breakfast menu, you can’t go wrong with what e.leaven Food Co. has to offer. This casual restaurant serves up a wide variety of selections including breakfast dishes all day. For lunch, try the fire in a hole burger—a half-pound burger with jalapeno bacon, pepper jack and jalapenos. If you’re not in the mood for a burger, try the hot Southwest sandwich—grilled chicken breast and melted swiss served on sourdough.
175 Center St., Jackson
307-733-5600 |


Your next food experience is one for the ages at Gather, located just a few blocks from town square in Jackson. Every Tuesday at 2 p.m. is Tuesdays Tastings, where everyone is invited to try the weekly specials with the owner and chef. Customers are able to rate and critique the food on presentation and taste. The eclectic menu includes tasty gnocchi and the pan roasted scallops. Happy Hour is from 5 to 6 p.m., daily.
72 S. Glenwood, Jackson
307-200-7766 |

The Granary

Located in Spring Creek Ranch with a majestic view of the Tetons, The Granary features a huge fireplace and comfy couches, making diners feel right at home.  When you sit down with a glass of wine from the extensive wine list, you’re not going to want to leave. For dinner, try the elk tenderloin or the Scottish loch salmon.
1800 Spirit Dance, Jackson
307-733-8833 |

The Gun Barrel Steak & Game House

The Gun Barrel is situated in the Grand Teton Plaza with walls adorned with historic Jackson Hole hunting trophies; this place means business when it comes to big game cuisine. Even the 1800s-era buffalo coat worn by Hank Williams on the Lone Wolf album can be found here. Start your meal with the bison carpaccio—thinly sliced and drizzled with Dijon mustard—and end with the mixed game grill, a combination of elk steak, buffalo prime rib and a venison bratwurst.
862 W. Broadway, Jackson
307-733-3287 |

Haydens Post

Haydens Post restaurant and bar prides itself on giving customers a taste of authentic Wyoming cuisine. This authenticity is reflected in a delicious Wyoming-based menu and its use of local ingredients. For lunch, go earthy with the bison burger and for dinner hit the waters with Fog River trout.
In Snow King Resort
537 Snow King Loop, Jackson
307-734-3187 |

Jackson Hole Playhouse & Saddle Rock Saloon

Step back in time at Jackson Hole Playhouse—bringing the community together with live shows and good food. The Playhouse also happens to live in the oldest building in Jackson (erected in 1915). The quirky Western performances aren’t the only attraction here, however; between laughs, help yourself to the Cuthbert trout almondine, baked with dill butter and topped with toasted almonds.
145 W. Deloney, Jackson
307-733-6994 |

King’s Grill

In the mood for some American grub for the whole family? King’s Grill cooks cuisine de red, white and blue—hot dogs, burgers, sandwiches and fries. If you can’t decide what to order, try a grilled chicken sandwich with sharp cheddar and red onions. Beer and wine is also served along with a menu for the kids, making King’s Grill a place for the whole family.
At Snow King Mountain
402 E. Snow King, Jackson
307-201-5292 |

The Kitchen

The Kitchen serves eclectic small plates and entrees that are globally inspired. Try the signature Kitchen Burger—fried ramen noodles, kimchi, and ginger-ponzu aioli, served with nori goma fries, or the eatery’s menu mainstay and a local’s favorite: luxury shrimp. Finish off your meal with the warm, gooey and infamous cookie skillet. Sit on the outdoor deck, sip a cocktail and enjoy the stars.
155 Glenwood St, Jackson
307-734-1633 |

Noodle Kitchen

Noodle Kitchen brings Asian sensibilities to the Jackson Hole dining scene. This restaurant blends together Jackson’s unique cuisine with flavors from Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam. Build your own bowl with varying noodles, broth, toothsome sauces and your choice of protein (tofu, chicken, pork belly or beef).
945 W. Broadway, Jackson
307-734-1977 |

Liberty Burger

This family-owned restaurant bases everything they create on quality, not quantity. This is not only the case with the food, but also with service, as the employees are focused on the entire dining experience of each individual. The menu features an array of hearty burgers, such as the Wild West burger and the traitor burger. Liberty Burger was named one of the Best Burgers by Planet readers in The Planet’s Best of Readers’ Poll.
170 N. Cache, Jackson
307-200-6071 |


This restaurant and pub is located at the base of Snow King Mountain, making for a great place to dine in after recreating at the town hill. It is also a nice spot for drinking, eating and meeting new and old faces. Lift’s beer menu consists of myriad draft beers—everything from Guinness (Ireland) to Moose Drool (Montana)–to go along with half-pound burgers and sandwiches such as the delicious fat bastard burger—cheddar, Swiss, thick pastrami, sauerkraut and crispy bacon.
645 S. Cache, Jackson
307-733-0043 |

Lotus Cafe

Lotus Café’s extensive menu items are made with natural and organic ingredients. The restaurant’s dishes are free of chemicals, hormones and additives. Enjoy an eclectic range of dishes for breakfast,lunch and dinner, from fresh baked cookies and pastries (gluten free options included) to rice bowls and pizzas (also with gluten free options) to grass fed beef. Some local favorites include an array of salads, a raw bowl, elk lasagna with fresh Italian herbs and cheeses, and the chicken tikka masala, served with white basmati rice and papadum.
145 N. Glenwood, Jackson
307-734-0882 |

Local Restaurant & Bar

A repeated winner in Planet Jackson Hole’s Best of Jackson Readers’ Poll, Local’s dining room and bar are always lively. Try the signature Local burger or buffalo burger, both made from local and entirely natural meat. Other favorites include the crispy pork shank and roasted Idaho trout. Additionally, Local features a massive menu of on-tap beers, specialty cocktails and imported wines.
55 N. Cache, Jackson
307-201-1717 |

Macphail’s Burgers

Not surprisingly, the main attraction at Macphail’s Burgers is, in fact, the burgers. The Macphail burger is presented with traditional elements like a thick patty, toasted bun and fresh cut fries. Not in the mood for a burger? Macphail’s also serves cheesesteaks and hot dogs for the indiscriminate.
399 W. Broadway, Jackson
307-733-8744 |

Million Dollar Cowboy Steakhouse

At this popular steakhouse we would be crazy if we told you to not order a steak. The fact is that their steaks are fantastic, especially the 10 oz. flat iron and 18 oz. rib eye. However, if you’re not feeling beefy, Million Dollar Cowboy Steakhouse has a prime selection of other menu items such as the Patsy Cline—bacon wrapped Idaho trout with fried green tomatoes and arugula pesto, and the arnold the pig—pork tenderloin with fennel cabbage slaw and German potato salad.
25 N. Cache, Jackson
307-733-4790 |

Nora’s Fish Creek Inn

This Wilson staple is a log cabin-turned-restaurant that was featured on the Food Network show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Host Guy Fieri raved about the hugely popular gourmet French toast made with banana bread. Apart from other griddle options, Nora’s features tasty country style breakfasts and creative dishes. Their juevos rancheros and bloody marys have long been talk of the town.
5600 W. Hwy. 22, Wilson
307-733-8288 |

The Pines Restaurant

If golf, tennis, or skiing has worn you out, The Pines Restaurant is a great place to sit down and dig in. Try a salad, like the chop or the petite cobb salad with chicken or shrimp. The Pines also serves large, hot, savory sandwiches such as the smoked brisket sandwich and the Teton melt—herbed tuna salad on grilled sourdough and Swiss or cheddar cheese.
3450 N. Clubhouse Rd., Wilson
307-733-1005 |

Rendezvous Bistro

Come together at Rendezvous Bistro, a fusion of French and American cuisine where locals and celebrities alike flock to. The Bistro, celebrating 15 years in 2016, was the first among the Fine Dining Restaurant Group, which includes Il Villaggio Osteria, Bin22, Q Roadhouse, The Kitchen and Bodega. As far as food goes, there is really no wrong way to go about it—the raw bar includes fresh oysters, the steaks are grilled to perfection and the French fare is seemingly transported right from a Marseille corner cafe.
380 S. Broadway, Jackson
307-739-1100 |

Rising Sage Cafe

Located in the National Museum of Wildlife Art, Rising Sage Cafe is just minutes away from Jackson. The restaurant and museum offer spectacular views of the Elk Refuge and the Gros Ventre mountain range. Treat yourself to a selection of Rising Sage’s numerous sandwiches, wraps or grill items.
In National Museum of Wildlife Art
307-733-8649 |

Rustic Inn Bistro and Bar

Sure, resorts and spas provide professional massages, soothing steam rooms, breathtaking views, and other amenities, but Rustic Inn Bistro’s dining experience is just as relaxing and invigorating. Begin with the trout chowder, progress to the chicken Veracruz and wash it all down with one of the endless fine wines available.
475 N Cache St, Jackson
800-323-9279 |

Q Roadhouse

Q Roadhouse and Brewing Company won gold in the Planet Jackson Hole’s Best of for Best Local Food/Drink Producer, and for a good reason. With a menu serving numerous beers on draft and an endless wine menu, you will without question find your type of beverage. Start off with the spicy buffalo chicken wings and salad made with local greens. Next, go for the Wyoming flat iron steak and end with the peanut butter crunch cake. Q also has an expansive lawn for the kids and a menu for little ones too.
2550 Teton Village, Wilson
307-739-0700 |

Sidewinders Tavern

Have a beer, grab a slice and watch a game at this authentic American grill and beer haven. To start off your visit, Sidewinders has a great combination of craft beers, specialty drinks and wine-by the glass or bottles to choose from.  After a drink (or a few), munch on a Reuben, BBQ brisket, or a specialty burger. Don’t skip the Sidewinders stuffed pretzel.
945 W. Broadway, Jackson
307-734-5766 |

Silver Dollar Bar & Grill

Western character and history abounds at the Silver Dollar. The grill’s Western-themed dishes feature fresh vegetables and local meats. Try the Rocky Mountain elk short ribs, the dry-aged burger or the delicious ribeye steak. Accompany your entree with a killer cocktail or a glass of wine from their extensive wine list.
In The Wort Hotel
50 N. Glenwood, Jackson
307-732-3939 |

Snake River Brewery

This local brewpub isn’t about more beer, it’s about better beer—Snake River Brewery is a two-time winner of Small Brewery of the Year and numerous other awards for the beers that flow from its taps. The establishment also packs a mean punch when it comes to its food, try the California pizza or the roper with house-smoked brisket, juicy bacon, caramelized onions and horseradish. Snake River is kid friendly, too.
265 S. Millward, Jackson
307-739-2337 |

Snake River Grill

Serving continental cuisine, there’s a reason Snake River Grill, or The Grill, as its affectionately known by locals, wins gold each year as Jackson’s Best Restaurant in The Planet’s Best of JH Readers’ Poll. From its steak tartare pizza to pan fried vegetarian goyza dumplings to the wild game Korean hot bowl, the Grill’s menu aims to please all palates, and its service is top-notch.
84 E. Broadway, Jackson
307-733-0557 |

Stiegler’s Austrian Restaurant & Copper Bar

Owner Peter Stiegler’s mission is to bring the tastes of his native Austria to Jackson Hole. Established in 1983, Stiegler’s Restaurant has changed little in more than 30 years of operation, serving authentic eastern European cuisine in a quiet and inviting restaurant. A favorite from the menu is the Bratwurst Fest, a combination of veal and pork brat, sauerkraut, authentic red cabbage and kartoffelsalat.
3535 Teton Village Rd., Wilson
307-733-1071 |

StreetFood @ the Stagecoach

The menu at StreetFood @ the Stagecoach is inspired by popular street food from across the globe—tacos, burgers, falafels, gyros, and more. After a day biking, hiking or skiing Teton Pass, stop in for the lamb burger with mint and feta or the chicken tinga tacos. Truffle fries are an encouraged accoutrement.
5755 WY-22, Wilson
307-200-6633 |

Sweetwater Restaurant

Established in the 1920s, Sweetwater’s ambience is Old West at its best. With a large and diverse menu, this log cabin eatery is a great place to eat for lunch or dinner. Try the blackened chicken salad with feta herb dressing or a pork belly burger. Dinner entrée options abound from elk and ribs to fish and vegetarian soufflés.
85 King, Jackson
307-733-3553 |

Trio an American Bistro

Trio is a stylish, intimate restaurant that seems like it was plucked from a large metropolis. The buffalo tenderloin, the crab capellini and the prosciutto and asparagus pizza are just a few gems off this menu. Don’t forget to order a blood orange margarita and Trio’s infamous waffle fries—voted the best in Jackson Hole by PJH readers in The Planet’s Best of readers’ poll—served with bleu cheese fondue, scallion and pepper.
45 S. Glenwood, Jackson
307-734-8038 |

Virginian Restaurant

The Virginian Restaurant in Jackson delivers killer country style breakfasts at reasonable prices. The pancakes and French toast are thick and crispy on the edges. For a healthy treat, order a delicious egg-white omelet, then wreck your good intentions with a side order of crispy bacon. Bring the family and take a few minutes gazing at all the old photos that adorn the Virg’s walls.
740 W. Broadway, Jackson
307-733-4330 |

Wild Sage Restaurant

Wild Sage is all about making delicious food using local ingredients. Whether it be their organically grown fruits and vegetables or local meats, everything at Wild Sage is natural and delicious. With a 32-seat gathering room, Wild Sage has the perfect dining environment—not too big and not too small.
In Rusty Parrot Lodge
175 N. Jackson, Jackson
307-733-2000 |

White Buffalo Club

This restaurant and hotel is in the heart of Jackson Hole near Town Square. The menu includes small plates, such as scallops and sliders and steak, chicken and fish entrees. On top of the great food, White Buffalo has a large wine menu featuring world-class wine options.
160 W Gill Ave, Jackson
307-734-4900 |

Asian & Sushi

Bon Appe Thai

Bon Appe Thai is dedicated to making the authentic Thai food. Its long list of options, from pad Thai to an array of curries, will not disappoint. And the egg roll’s here are seriously hard to beat.
245 W. Pearl, Jackson
307-734-0245 |

Hong Kong Buffet

An extensive menu and buffet of familiar Chinese fare, from sesame and orange chicken to dumplings, spring rolls and fried rice.
826 W. Broadway, Jackson | 307-734-8988


Enjoy delicious traditional Japanese cuisine and inventive sushi for a great price. Try the chicken teriyaki or one of the restaurant’s many specialty items, like the shrimp tempura and the beef yankiniku. Wash it all down with a Sapporo or bottle of sake, or two.
265 W. Broadway, Jackson
307-733-9168 |

Kim’s Corner

One of the hottest modern food trends is the marriage of Korean and American food. At Kim’s corner, this is exactly what you’ll find. From rice bowls to cheeseburgers, this cafe will undoubtedly satisfy your cravings. With a menu friendly to all ages, Kim’s corner is also family-friendly, comfortable atmosphere to grab a bite.
970 W. Broadway or Snow King Center
307-413-8331 |

King Sushi

Voted Best Sushi by Planet Jackson Hole readers in the 2016 Best Of Jackson Hole readers’ poll, King Sushi offers a thoughtful, eclectic menu of sushi, sashimi, rice bowls, and more. Order a spicy margarita and take a seat on the cozy eatery’s outdoor deck while you sample Jason King’s delicious creativity.
75 S. King Street, Jackson
307-264-1630 |

Nikai Sushi Fish & Game

Jacksonites everywhere mourned the closing of Nikai last winter. Luckily it was only a temporary tragedy and the eatery reopened its doors a few months ago. A local’s favorite for its vast array of sushi rolls, its piquant scallop shooters, decadent coconut margaritas, and a long list of other delights, Nikai is a JH culinary staple that is hopefully here to stay.
225 N. Cache, Jackson
307-734-6490 |

Ocean City China Bistro

Whether dining in or taking out, this Chinese restaurant has your number. Made with fresh ingredients, Ocean City boasts an affordable menu with Chinese food mainstays from lo mein and stir fries to veggies.
340 W. Broadway, Jackson
307-734-9768 |


Sudachi champions its use of fresh, sustainable ingredients, its heady cocktails, and an inviting environment, all creatively conceived and presented. The sosaku inspired menu best exemplifies this mantra, a type of Japanese cooking that uses minimal ingredients. Try the kanpachi from the sosaku selection, which is a platter of shoga, delicious scallions and ponzu sauce.
346 N. Pines Way, Wilson
307-734-7832 |

Teton Thai

For more than a decade Teton Thai has been serving delicious, authentic Thai food in Jackson. The contingent of Thai women in the kitchen dishes up memorable plates from duck curry to tom yum goong. Wash it all down with a spiked Thai iced tea and spicy margs on Teton Thai’s patio at Teton Village.
7342 Granite Rd, Teton Village
307-733-0022 |


32 Birch St., Driggs, ID
208-787-8424 |

Teton Tiger

Inspired by the tastes of Asia, Teton Tiger is where Thailand, China and Korea come together in fusion dishes married to local ingredients. This Jackson restaurant’s extensive beer and wine list pairs nicely with dining options such as the lamb vindaloo—a combination of Utah grown lamb cooked in Portuguese style stew with ginger and spices topped on a pile of rice. Teton Tiger’s cocktail is on point too. Follow them on Instagram for daily drink and food specials.
165 Center, Jackson
307-733-4111 |

Thai Me Up/Melvin Brewing

This award winning Thai brewpub offers American-influenced Thai food as well as traditional Thai, accompanied with a long list of beer options. Thai Me Up is the ideal place to fill your mouth with a curry dish, a bowl of noodles or a bacon egg cheeseburger, while sampling some of the best local and regional brews around.
75 E. Pearl, Jackson
307-733-0005 |

Thai Plate

Thai Plate in Jackson focuses on flavorful dishes highlighting the spices and herbs that grow in Thailand’s unique climate. The restaurant’s lunch menu features fare such as pad thai and drunken noodles for around $14. The tasty gang ped curry comes with your choice of meat or tofu, plus bell pepper, zucchini, in a creamy red curry sauce.
135 N. Cache, Jackson
307-734-2654 |


Bin 22

Sample some tastes of Italy here in Wyoming. Bin 22 is a Mediterranean inspired tapas restaurant, wine bar, bottle shop and Italian grocer all in one. The restaurant offers small plates and appetizers—don’t skip the Spanish salad or charred baby octopus—along with a unique selection of wine that you can buy by the bottle to accompany your meal or to drink at home. The market also sells homemade pastas, cheeses, meats and toothsome deserts, read: House-made ice cream cookie sandwiches.
200 W. Broadway, Jackson
307-739-9463 |


Located in Hotel Jackson, Figs is a great place to relax and enjoy a friendly and comfortable atmosphere, all while enjoying authentic Mediterranean food. Figs restaurant and bar stresses the importance of local and fresh ingredients in everything they make, whether it be the locally crafted beers or the delicious food. Order a round of mezze, or shared plates, which include falafel, lamb kibbeh and garlic soup.
In Hotel Jackson
120 N Glenwood St, Jackson
307-733-2200 |


El Abuelito

El Abuelito restaurant is known for its Mexican and Southwestern cuisine in a funky, boisterous and colorful atmosphere. People keep coming back for the zuisa enchilada, a chicken enchilada topped with a generous dose of chili verde sauce and a sample of sour cream. Wash it down with one of El Abuelito’s imported beers or tequilas, and save room for flan for dessert.
385 W. Broadway, Jackson
307-733-1207 |

Hatch Taqueria and Tequilas

Much like Jordan and Pippen complimented each other on the basketball court, tacos and tequila go hand-in-hand in Mexican eateries. Find both of these Mexican delights at Hatch—the house made corn tortillas add to the authenticity of the seared Yellowfin tacos (fresh avocado, jalapeno, pico de gallo), or the bison sausage a la plancha (poblano chiles, red onion, red pepper, salsa verde and homemade tortillas). Don’t skip the spirit of agave—a trio of blancos, reposados and anejos.
120 W. Broadway, Jackson
307-203-2780 |

Merry Piglets

Established in 1969, Merry Piglets is one of the oldest—if not the oldest—Mexican and Tex Mex eatery in Jackson Hole. Merry Piglets has humble beginnings as a small taco shop in town square and now lives at 160 North Cache. Since then the menu has expanded, and so too have the flavors, which include favorites like the shrimp and jack cheese quesadilla, rice bowls, a green chile burrito, killer queso dip and monster sized margs.
160 N. Cache, Jackson
307-733-2966 |

Pica’s Mexican Taqueria

Planet readers in the Best of JH Readers’ Poll voted Pica’s for serving up the Best Margarita. You be the judge. The casual eatery was also featured on the Food Network’s program On the Road and Guy Fieri’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. As far as the fare goes, try the hanger steak, served with fresh cilantro, garlic, jalapeno and house made chilaquiles, or the chicken mole.
1160 Alpine, Jackson
307-734-4457 |


An under-the-radar Mexican restaurant moments from town square that serves up behemoth burritos, delicious tacos and authentic guacamole, to name a few of its menu items. Order at the counter and grab a seat outside.
65 South Glenwood St., Jackson | 307-734-5407

El Tequila

Tacos, tequila and… need we say more?  El Tequila’s menu offers more than just T&T and it’s conveniently located on West Broadway (also conveniently located next to The Planet’s office).
545 W. Broadway, Jackson | 307-264-1577

Italian & Pizza

Artisan Pizza

Voted by Planet readers for serving one of the Best Pizzas in The Planet’s Best of JH readers’ poll, Artisan Pizza specializes in thin-crust, wood-fired pizzas and calzones. Options run the gamut from traditional Margherita or white pizza to the flavorful chicken pizza—served with Italian sausage, provolone and mozzarella. Wine and pizza pairings are encouraged.
690 S. Hwy. 89, Jackson
734-1970 |

Calico Italian Restaurant & Bar

Calico serves Italian and American cuisine, combining the traditional cooking styles of Italy with American ingredients. Start with the bacon wrapped jumbo scallops served with fresh apples, arugula and basil vinaigrette, and end with the crispy eggplant Parmesan.
2650 Moose-Wilson Rd, Wilson
307-733-2460 |


Enjoy custom and specialty pizzas with both traditional and exotic toppings, from mushrooms to banana peppers and artichoke hearts. Domino’s also sernes up sandwiches, mild to spicy wings and sweet desserts. Best of all, they deliver.
520 S. Hwy 89, Jackson
307-733-0330 |

Nani’s Ristorante & Bar

Experience traditional Italian cuisine in a romantic atmosphere at this Jackson Hole eatery. Give the salsicce a whirl, served with penne, house made sausage, fresh tomatoes, peppers and mozzarella cheese. No Italian eatery is complete without an extensive, discerning wine list, and Nani’s has that too.
242 N. Glenwood, Jackson
307-733-3888 |

Pinky G’s Pizzeria

If you’ve been to Pinky G’s you know why Planet readers voted it Best Pizza for four consecutive years. Pinky’s serves up New York style pizza, calzones, salads, wings, beer, cocktails, wine and more. Pinky’s also has specialty, build your own, and gluten free pizzas. Try the BBQ porky G’za pizza with pulled pork and barbecue sauce, or the powder hound, with buffalo mozzarella, Parmesan, ricotta, fresh chopped basil and a garlic infused olive oil base. Pinky’s delivers and it’s one of the only JH eateries open late, till about 3 a.m.
50 W. Broadway, Jackson
734-PINK |

Pizzeria Caldera

Made with fresh ingredients and baked in a stone-hearth oven, Pizzeria Caldera’s Napolitana-style pizzas are all about that unique, chewy delicious dough. Some of their more popular pizzas include the funghi, porcellino and rucola. The pizzeria also serves wine and beer to wash down every cheesy, gooey bite. Happy hour is between 4 and 6 p.m. daily.
20 W. Broadway, Jackson
307-201-1472 |

Pizza Hut

For one of those “too cold to go out” nights in Jackson, order in a steamy pizza from Pizza Hut to keep warm. Along with delivery options, Pizza Hut offers carryout and buffet options with a variety of customizable pizzas, pastas, salads and wings.
180 Powderhorn, Jackson | 307-733-8550

II Villagio Osteria

Infusing Mediterranean flavors into much of its menu, Osteria boasts inventive apps (bison carpaccio with granola), a salumi bar, housemade pastas, seasonal salads and rustic pizzas cooked in its wood stone oven. The expansive menu is full of buono Italian flavors from ravioli and risotto dishes to imported meats and cheeses. Enjoy a creative cocktail or vino from its carefully selected wine list that features grapes from across the globe.
In Hotel Terra, Teton Village
307-739-4100 |

Teton Village

Alpenrose Restaurant

Located in the Alpenhof Lodge, the Alpenrose Restaurant provides classic French and Alpine fare in a warm and inviting setting. A following of faithful patrons appreciate the Alpenrose’s unique combination of good food, unpretentious service, nightly happy hour, and live music. Principal dishes include beef tenderloin medallions, braised lamb and juniper spiced antelope.
In Alpenhof Lodge
307-733-3462 |


After a long day in the Tetons, reenergize at Gamefish restaurant and bar. Saddle up at the bar to numerous drink options or take a seat in the restaurant serving Western favorites. For lunch, try the Idaho trout and crab cake sandwich, and for dinner the signature buffalo filet mignon served with purple Peruvian whipped potatoes. Save room for dessert, especially the chocolate mousse tower.
In Snake River Lodge & Spa
7710 Granite Loop R

The Handle Bar

Located in the Four Seasons, The Handle Bar restaurant is a great ending to a taxing day of skiing, hiking and exploring the Tetons. The Teton Village pub features a collection of American and imported beers, whiskeys and provisions, as well as contemporary interpretations on classic American grub. Try the red quinoa burger, served with carrot and fennel salad, goat cheddar and arugula pesto.
In Four Seasons Resort | 307-732-5157

Mangy Moose Restaurant & Saloon

Since 1967 Mangy Moose has been a Jackson Hole favorite for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Moose prides itself in serving good food made from local ingredients at reasonable prices. Whether grocery shopping, wine shopping, dining in, or just grabbing a drink and appetizer, Mangy Moose has you covered.
307-733-4913 |
Nick wilson’s cowboy cafe (jhmr)

Soak in the sun at the base of the tram in Teton Village and enjoy a cocktail or beer with a slice of pizza, a salad or bar food with a Western twist.
307-739-2738 |

Piste (jhmr)

Enjoy a ride on the Bridger Gondola to access this mid-mountain eatery. Take in expansive views of the valley at Piste while sampling a menu comprised of locally sourced ingredients. Enjoy a drink and a small plate outside on The Deck @ Piste from 4:30 p.m.
307-732-3177 |

Spur Restaurant & Bar

Situated in Teton Mountain Lodge and Spa, the Spur is right in the middle of the Village. With a fire-lit interior and dark wooden furnishings and walls, this eatery serves American fare like goat cheese and kale polenta, cedar planked salmon, and seared elk. Beverages range from local draft beer to creative house cocktails. The Spur’s executive chef, Kevin Humphreys, is consistently voted Best Chef by Planet readers in The Best of JH Readers’ Poll.
In Teton Mountain Lodge
307-732-6932 |

Tin Can Cantina

Gulp down a margarita or order a quick taco or chips and guacamole at this food truck-inspired eatery at the base of the Bridger-Gondola.

Westbank Grill

With an inviting fireplace, an open kitchen and great views of Teton Village and Rendezvous Peak, Westbank Grill is a good place to let the time pass. If you’re there for breakfast, you won’t be disappointed with the brioche French toast or juevos rancheros. For dinner, try a regional meat entrees like the elk rack double chop or the cider glazed wild boar shank. Top it all off with wine from a large (25 wines by the glass) wine menu.
In Four Seasons Resort | 307-732-5001

Bars and Lounges

The Rose

Attached to the Pink Garter Theatre, The Rose, voted Best Bar by Planet JH readers, was conceived as a Prohibition-era cocktail bar. Now it also serves dinner with award winning chef Rene Stein at the helm. The menu changes each week depending on what local ingredients are available and the wine list features sustainable and natural wines. On Wednesdays, a small number of diners can enjoy the Sub Rosa Chef’s Dinner—where guests dine in the kitchen while Stein prepares dishes and explains each plate.
50 W. Broadway, Jackson
307-733-1500 |

Stagecoach Bar

One of the last dive bars in the valley, the Stagecoach promises authentic Western company, strong drinks, Disco Night on Thursdays and live music, like the infamous Stagecoach Band, playing every Sunday. In the daytime, it’s a popular spot for a drink post-hike or bike on Teton Pass.
5755 W. Hwy 22, Wilson
307-733-4407 |

Virginian Saloon

Saddle up to the bar, play pool, or sing karaoke at this Western flavored dive. Explore Wyoming history through various artifacts that adorn the Virg’s walls. Live music frequently happens on the weekends.
750 W. Broadway, Jackson
307-739-9891 |

Town Square Tavern

Town Square Tavern is the place to watch a game, grab a bite, buy your favorite wine and beer or listen to local bands rock out. That’s right—it’s a sports bar, restaurant, liquor store and music venue all in one.
20 E. Broadway, Jackson
307-733-3886 |


Aspens Market

Aspens is all about using fresh, local, organic ingredients to whip up quality food. This is evidenced in all its departments. Yes, Aspens is a deli, butcher, grocer and wine shop. If you’re not buying fresh meat or dairy, Aspens also sells hot and cold sandwiches, such as a killer cheesesteak and turkey club.
4015 W. Lake Creek Dr., Wilson
307-200-6140 |


From sloshies and local brews to house-made bratwursts, fried chicken with panache, and wine by the bottle, this Teton Village grocer and mini eatery is a hot spot after a hike in the summer or powder slashing in the winter.
3200 W. McCollister | 307-732-2337

Creekside Market & Deli

Creekside has it all: a market, deli and liquor store all in one. Whether you need snacks for the road, a hot sandwich, a greyhound sloshie, or supplies for a camping trip, Creekside has you covered. If you’re dining-in, build your own towering sandwich with all the fixings, grab a cookie, and take a sloshie to go.
545 N. Cache, Jackson
307-733-7926 |

Full Steam Subs

Full Steam Subs feels more like a sammy spot in Philadelphia, New York or Boston. Sandwiches here come in half or whole sizes as well as a selection of gourmet hot dogs. Among the restaurant’s specialty sandwiches are the Old Faithful (roast beef, ham, turkey, muenster cheese), the Jackson Five (turkey, ham, pastrami, salami, pepperoni) and the classics, BLT and Italian. If you’re watching your carbs, make any sub on the menu a salad for the same price.
180 N. Center, Jackson
307-733-3448 |

Jackson Whole Grocer

Jackson Whole Grocer prides itself in its healthy and organic treats. Selling organic and local meats, dairy products, fruits and vegetables and more, you will find whatever your healthy heart desires. The cafe portion has a salad bar, coffee/juice bar and liquor store. It also sells hot pizzas, sandwiches, build-your-own burritos, and fresh sushi.
975 W. Broadway, Jackson
307-733-0450 |

Local Butcher

From the chef owners of Trio and Local comes Local Butcher. This classic butcher shop and deli has all the standard cuts you’d expect: pork, chicken, beef, and lamb, plus house made sausages and cured meats such as Prosciutto di Parma. It’s a Shangri-La for carnivores. As far as the deli options go, Local Butcher offers specialty sandwiches such as the smoked reuben panini or muffaletta.
50 W. Deloney, Jackson
307-203-2322 |


Founded by natural food lovers Trish and Bo Sharon, Lucky’s Market is the neighborhood grocer that offers—well, just about everything. Head to the deli section for a slice of pizza or a sandwich, or build a monster salad for a decent price.
974 W Broadway, Jackson
307-264-1633 |

New York City Sub Shop

New York City Sub Shop delivers on its promise of delicious subs made from savory meats and freshly baked bread. True to the classic New York style, this deli dishes up its tasty submarine sandwiches as fast as humanly possible without skimping on the goods.
20 N. Jackson Street, Jackson | 307-733-4414

Pearl St. Market

At Pearl St. Market, you’ll find a butcher and grocer section offering local meats (from the Robinson Family Farm Ranch in Bedford), dairy products and vegetables. You’ll also find a deli with myriad hot and cold sandwich options such as a Cubano and Parisian sandwich. They also have a build-your-own sandwich option with a wide selection of accoutrements.
40 W. Pearl, Jackson
307-733-1300 |


Quiznos in Jackson provides toasted sandwiches, soups and salads and has a delivery option, too. Offerings include traditional sandwiches such as the BLT, chicken sandwiches, and other specialty items such as the Baja, served with chicken, bacon, cheddar cheese and onions.
1325 S. Hwy. 89, Jackson  | 307-733-0201


You know the score—Subway let’s you “eat fresh” with an array of sandwich accoutrements. Check out breakfast and a list of specialty menu items updated frequently.
520 S. Hwy 89, Jackson
307-739-1965 |


The Bunnery

Located a half-block north of town square, The Bunnery is a casual restaurant and bakery that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner during the summer. A favorite breakfast spot among locals, you can’t go wrong with the O.S.M. nutty pancakes or waffles and a fresh squeezed juice. Word to the wise: Don’t walk out the door without a slice of carrot cake.
130 N. Cache, Jackson
307-734-0075 |

Cowboy Coffee

With myriad coffee options, it’ll take a few visits before sampling all that Cowboy Coffee has to offer. But a true cowboy doesn’t stop at coffee. For breakfast, order the cowboy croissant—eggs, red peppers, bacon/sausage, cheddar and avocado on a croissant, or the skinny pig—grilled ham, swiss, egg, pesto and tomato on multi-grain bread.
125 N Cache St, Jackson
307-733-7392 |

Elevated Grounds

Located on the Westbank, this coffee shop and cafe offers a great view of the mountains, but even better coffee. Elevated Grounds has many coffee and other hot drink options, including its signature elevated brew—a regionally changing organic coffee option. However, coffee is not the only attraction at Elevated Grounds. Try one of its many hot panini options, all served on ciabatta bread with a side of mixed greens or chips.
3445 N. Pines Way, Ste. 102, Wilson
307-734-1343 |

Healthy Being Juicery

This organic coldpressed juicery stresses the importance of using only organic and natural ingredients in its products. Healthy Being Juicery freshly presses juice every day, but this Juicery doesn’t stop at juice—it also serves healthy raw food options from lunch specials to dessert (try the raw Twix bar).
165 E Broadway, Jackson
307-200-9006 |

Jackson Hole Roasters

Want a taste of the world from a coffee standpoint? This is what Jackson Hole Roasters is all about. Coffee options come from just about everywhere—Africa, Central America, Asia, Indonesia and South America. Pair your java with a breakfast sandwich like the up an’ at’em—eggs, cheddar, lettuce, tomato and your choice of meat. Have a fresh salad or sandwich for lunch.
50 W. Broadway, Jackson
307-200-6099 |

Pearl Street Bagels

Wake up at Pearl Street Bagels with a coffee and a bagel slathered with your choice of eight delectable cream cheeses, peanut butter, honey or jam. For lunch, build your own sandwich with tasty meats and fresh veggies. While the main attraction at Pearl Street is the bagels and sandwiches, don’t sleep on its coffee. These folks don’t mess around when it comes to caffeine.
145 W. Pearl, Jackson | 307-739-1218


Pearl Street Bagels – West
1230 Ida Dr, Wilson
307-739-1261 |


Picnic is one of Jackson’s most popular new breakfast and lunch spots, and for good reason. For breakfast, try the biscuit egg sandwich or SRF pork and eggs toast. For lunch, order one of its hot or cold sandwiches like the caprese or smoked elk brat. Picnic also has a wide selection of wines and cocktails as well as coffee and tea. Also, with pre-packaged salads and sandwiches, you can have a Picnic anywhere.
1110 Maple Way, Jackson
307-264-2956 |

Bakeries & Sweets

Atelier Ortega

Pastry chef and master chocolatier Oscar Ortega’s passion for desserts is apparent in every creation he makes, combining beautiful presentation with tastes found nowhere else. His works of art have been recipients of numerous awards and accolades—he himself being named a top 10 pastry chef in the United States. Digging into the bonbons, cakes or gelato might feel like desecration of art, but your taste buds will thank you.
150 Scott Lane, Jackson
307-734-6400 |

Bread Basket of Jackson Hole

Bread Basket of Jackson Hole is your one stop for freshly baked breads, cakes and sweets. In addition to the baked goods, Bread Basket features a selection of sandwiches (meat and vegetarian) as well as salads. For a quick lunch, try a turkey and Swiss Croissant, served with lettuce, tomatoes, fresh avocados and spicy jalapeños.
185 Scott, Jackson
307-734-9024 |


If you have never seen artistry through sweets, CocoLove is where you must go. Another spot by Master Chocolatier Oscar Ortega, named by Dessert Professional Magazine as one of the Top Ten Pastry Chef in America, CocoLove offers rich and scrumptious viennoiserie (baked goods made from yeast-leavened dough), creamy gelato and petite gateaux (small chocolate cake with mellow filling, served with vanilla ice cream). Try the hot chocolate too.
53 N. Glenwood, Jackson
307-734-6400 |

Dairy Queen

Offerings at Dairy Queen include prepared ice cream cakes, the world famous “Blizzard” above-the-rim shakes and hearty burgers. Indulge on the artisan style chicken bacon sandwich with a chocolate dipped cone to boot.
575 N Cache St, Jackson
307-733-2232 |

Haagen Dazs

Haagen Dazs has become a household name thanks to its flavors and distinguishable creamy texture. Satisfy your sweet tooth with an endless selection of ice cream, gelato, bars, frozen yogurt and sorbet.
90 E Broadway, Jackson
307-739-1880 |

Moo’s Gourmet Ice Cream

Moo’s is a throwback to old ice cream parlors when ingredients were simple and folks at the cash register knew your name. Moo’s is all about making delectable ice cream and sorbet with natural and organic ingredients. Ice creams are all made from organic cream and sorbets contain 99 percent organic fruit with only 1 percent cane sugar.
110 Center, Jackson
307-733-1998 |

Persephone Bakery

This bakery and cafe offers a wide array of pastries and desserts, including perfectly flaky croissants, and breakfast and lunch dishes. Try bread pudding French toast or an herbed farm fresh omelette for breakfast. For lunch try the Schnitzel-wich (crispy pork, sauerkraut, cherry pepper, pickle and dijonnaise). Enjoy coffee, tea, wine and cocktails, too.
165 E. Broadway, Jackson
307-734-1700 |

Yippy I-O Candy Co.

Dig deep within, find the inner kid in you and enjoy the sugar rush at Yippy I-O Candy Co. in Jackson. The walls are adorned with nostalgic posters and tin signs, while the candy literally flows over barrels across the store. Yippy I-O has an enormous collection of fudge, truffles, popcorn, chocolates, salt water taffy, as well as specialty items such as huckleberry products unique to Jackson.
84 E. Broadway, Jackson
307-739-3020 |

Sellers of the Sauce (Beer, Wine & Liquor)

200 W. Broadway | 307-739-9463

3200 W. McCollister | 307-732-2337

Bud’s Eastside Liquor
582 E. Broadway  | 307-733-1181

Jackson Whole Grocer
974 W. Broadway
307-733-0450 |

Liquor Down South Market and Wine Shop
4125 US-89, Jackson | 307-200-6103

The Liquor Store/The Wine Loft
115 Buffalo Way | 307-733-4466

Mangy Moose Market & Cellars
Mangy Moose Bldg. | 307-734-0070

Plaza Liquors
832 W. Broadway | 307-733-8888

Sidewinder’s Wine, Spirits and Ale
945 W. Broadway, Jackson | 307-734-5766

Smith’s Liquors
1425 US-89, Jackson | 307-733-8908

Stagecoach Liquor Store
5755 W. Highway 22, Wilson | 307-733-4590

Virginian Liquor Store
750 W. Broadway | 307-733-2792

Westside Wine & Spirits
In The Aspens  | 307-733-5038

Driggs & Victor, Idaho

Bangkok Kitchen

Bangkok Kitchen in Driggs, Idaho, prides itself on serving authentic Thai food. Make sure to get there between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. for the $9 lunch special (available everyday of the week). Try the green curry—spicy curry with bell peppers and basil in coconut milk.
220 N. Main St. | 208-354-6666

Big Hole BBQ

Big Hole BBQ’s authentic Southern fare makes the drive worth it. Take a seat on the enclosed patio and dig into Big Hole’s creamy mac n’ cheese or mini sliders, then finish with a rack of ribs, pulled pork sandwich or the creative barbecue tacos.
22 W. Center St.
208-270-9919 |

The Brakeman American Grill

The pride of Brakeman American Grill are the burgers cooked to perfection, plated with fresh ground beef, double patties, toasted buns and generous portions to keep you satiated for the entire day. The grill is a mecca for burger.
27 N. Main St. | 208-787-2020

Forage Bistro and Lounge

Right in the heart of the Teton Valley in Driggs, Idaho, Forage Bistro and Lounge is a local favorite that serves up hot gourmet sandwiches and a mean burger. Try the house smoked duck Reuben or the juicy lamb burger. If you are  in for breakfast, try the Forage Breakfast—2 eggs, meat, forage home fries and local 460 wheat bread.
285 Little Ave., A
208-354-2858 |

Grand Teton Brewing

Since 1988, Grand Teton Brewing has been brewing its signature handcrafted beers served year round. It also have a seasonal series of beers such as the Trout Hop and Pursuit of Hoppiness. Try the Bitch Creek Ale, one of their most popular signature beers. Also, if interested, Grand Teton does daily tours of the brewing facility.
430 Old Jackson Hwy.
208-787-9000 |

Grumpy’s Goat Shack

Grumpy’s is a small, cozy tavern open solely during the warmer months of the year. Customers enjoy the casual atmosphere of the bar that includes high definition TV’s, inexpensive drinks and bar fare, and the ice-breaking bras and panties that hang from the ceiling. The food at Grumpy’s features specialty burgers such as the signature big mike as well as Vienna beef hot dogs, and salads. Also enjoy imported and domestic beer from the tap.
37 S. Main, Victor, ID
208-787-2092 |

Headwaters Grille

Located in the Teton Springs Lodge and Spa, at Headwaters Grille you can enjoy a great meal after a long day golfing, hiking or fishing. Dine in the casual bar, the spacious and cozy dining room or the outdoor patio. Headwaters is open every day of the week during the summer months.
In Teton Springs Lodge & Spa
10 Warm Creek Ln, Victor, ID | 208-787-3600

Knotty Pine Supper Club

This bar and restaurant is known by locals for its great food and live music. If you are looking for a place to hang out, have a beer and/or meal and listen to live bands rock out, Knotty Pine is your place. Since the mid 1960s, Knotty Pine has been continuously raising the bar for the live music venue in the Rocky Mountains. Some of the menu favorites include their fish-n-chips, bison meatloaf and the Teton pasta.
58 S. Main St., Victor, ID
208-787-2866 |

O’Rourkes Sports Bar & Grill

This place is everything a sports bar should be: inexpensive, unassuming and chock-full of regulars. People swear by the mountain man biscuits and gravy for breakfast and the hand-pattied bison burger for later in the afternoon. Also stop in and enjoy a ball game or two over O’Rourkes daily lunch and dinner specials.
42 E. Little Ave, Driggs, ID | 208-354-8115

Royal Wolf

For a night out with great food and drinks, make your way to Royal Wolf. This popular local hangout in Driggs has a massive menu including draft beers, wine, spirits, specialty cocktails and of course, food. For lunch or dinner, try their buffalo chicken sandwich or their pork tenderloin pasta.
63 Depot St, Driggs, ID
208-354-8365 |


Located in the heart of Victor, Scratch is where you’ll find some of the best gourmet food in Idaho. For starters try the barbequed pork quesadilla or field greens salad. If you’re dining in for dinner give the jerk grilled chicken a try—Island seasoned grilled chicken breast with imported prosciutto and gruyere and topped off with house jerk sauce. Breakfast here is the stuff of legend.
185 W. Center St., Victor, ID
208-787-5678 |

Spoons Bistro

Don’t let the rustic exterior fool you—Spoons Bistro dishes up some fine food. Dine inside the colorful restaurant or enjoy the breeze out on the patio. Patrons of Spoons swear by the fried oysters that are plated with hand-cut fries and apple slaw, as well as the black and blue burger with bacon, blue cheese and garnish smashed between an English muffin. The long-as-your-arm wine list includes a selection of red and whites, sauvignon blancs, merlots and pinot noirs.
32 W. Birch, Victor, ID
208-787-2478 |

Victor Emporium

At Victor Emporium, the favorite it’s albout old fashioned shakes andsoda fountain. All shakes are made thick and creamy. The signature here is of course the Huckleberry shake. Sip your shake while you browse their wide selection of shoes, outdoor wear, other huckleberry products and beer.
45 S. Main St., Victor, ID | 208-787-2221

West Side Yard

West Side Yard is a gastropub featuring 31 imported and domestic draft beers headlined by Odell’s Cutthroat Porter. All the pub fare is made from scratch, and one of the most popular items is found on the appetizer section of the menu. Mary’s little friends are delicate lamb ribs cut apart, braised for eight hours in Wildlife Brewing’s Bison Brown Ale, basted in a braising jus and grilled.
31 W. Center, Victor, ID | 208-787-5000

Warbirds Cafe

Situated in the Driggs-Reed Memorial Airport in Driggs, Idaho, Warbirds Cafe offers a memorable dining experience. At Warbirds you’ll find a full bar as well as a wine list and specialty cocktail menu. If you are there for dinner, try the smoked trout platter or the Burgundy marinated lamb chops. Live music happens sometimes too.
675 Airport Rd., Driggs, ID
208-354-2550 |

Wildlife Brewing & Pizza

Wildlife Brewing & Pizza arose from humble beginnings in the early 2000’s, selling growlers and takeout pizza before expanding into the seated dining pub you see today. The brewery’s premier beers are the Point It! Pale Ale and the award-winning Mighty Bison Brown Ale, both excellent choices when paired with one of Wildlife’s many gourmet pizzas. The creative pies include the tear-inducing Flamethrower, topped with spicy tomato sauce, pepperoni, hot Italian sausage, jalapenos and drizzled with hot sauce.
145 S. Main St., Victor, ID
208-787-2623 |

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