Discover the Neighborhood

We’re right in the heart of Jackson Hole, in walking distance of the lively town square, dining, and entertainment - just head down Cache Street.

Food & Drink

  • Glorietta
  • Teton Tiger
  • Roadhouse Pub and Eatery
  • Pearl Street Bagels

Out on the Town

  • The Stagecoach
  • Million Dollar Cowboy Bar
  • The Rose


  • Yellowstone National Park
  • Grand Teton National Park
  • Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
  • Snow King
  • Cache Creek


  • Leisure Sports
  • Teton Backcountry Rentals
  • Teton Mountaineering

Explore Jackson

Eat and Drink

We want you to enjoy the best of our little mountain town while you’re here, so we’ve put together our favorite places to dine in Jackson throughout the day and night. We don’t offer an on-site kitchen.

Best Breakfasts

D.O.G. for hearty burritos on the go.

Pearl Street Bagels for New York-style bagels (not toasting here).

Persephone Bakery for French pastries.

Dinner in Jackson

Teton Tiger for pan-asian plates.

Thai Me Up for local brews and Thai influenced pub food.

Big Hole BBQ for smoked meats and southern style fare.


    Out on the Town

    Jackson is home to almost a dozen local breweries, distilleries, and even a winery. After a long day exploring, there are a few options to have a drink and relax.

    Happy Hours

    Glorietta for specialty cocktails.

    Jackson Drug for local beef burgers and tall boys.

    Roadhouse Brewing for local brews.

    King Sushi for hand rolls and sake.

    Late Night Scene

    Silver Dollar for nostalgic western motif.

    The Rose for cocktails, DJ sets and shows.

    Million Dollar Cowboy Bar for the quintessential Jackson experience.

    Pinky G’s for beers and late night pizza.


    Located just south of two national parks and surrounded by national forest and recreation areas there are endless ways to get outdoors in Jackson.

    Parks, Forests and Recreation

    Grand Teton National Park

    Yellowstone National Park

    Bridger-Teton National Forest

    Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

    Snow King Mountain

    Top Hikes

    Snow King (steep up and take the lift down)

    Inspiration Point and Hidden Falls (Grand Teton top hike)

    Goodwin Lake (dog friendly)

    Cache Creek (mountain biker’s dream)




      While the town square is dotted with boutiques, cheeky gift shops and western outfitters there are a few places that will help you get outdoors with the right gear.

      Gear to Buy

      Teton Mountaineering for climbing and hiking.

      Hoff’s Bikesmith for cycling and mountain biking.

      Skinny Skis for hiking clothing.

      Headwall Sports for gently used gear.

      Gear to Rent

      Teton Backcountry Rentals for backpacking and camping equipment.

      Leisure Sports for sport-craft like canoes, kayaks, and ATVs.