Quality Inn & Suites 49'er
330 W. Pearl St.
Jackson, WY 83001
Phone: (307) 733-7550
Fax: (307) 733-2002
330 W. Pearl St., Jackson, WY, US, 83001
- Phone: (307) 733-7550
- Fax: (307) 733-2002
El Abuelito serves all of your family's authentic Mexican favorites.
The seasonal New York City Sub Shop in Jackson Hole specializes in making quality sandwiches prepared with quality meats and cheeses on freshly made bread. Five locations can be found in Wyoming and Oregon.
Dinner at Trio is always a pleasant experience, for you are presented with a casual atmosphere in which to enjoy some delicious American fare. The menu is seasonal, and you also have nightly specials to gorge on. Should you drop by in the right season, you could get to feast on roasted butternut squash risotto, sautéed Hawaiian tombo tuna, grilled Tuscan New York steak and many more mouthwatering creations. The menu also features some scrumptious pizzas. An extensive wine list is also at your disposal.
Taking its name from the use the building was previously put to, The Garage is an American restaurant situated just a block away from the town square. This casual eatery is a good choice for a meal with the family and guarantees a fun time. From the grill come some mouthwatering preparations like the elk rack chop, filet of beef tenderloin and New York steak. Buffalo brie, bison and portobello burgers, along with pizzas, make up the rest of the menu. Wines by the glass and bottle, as well as beers, martinis and scotches are featured on the drinks list. Reservations are recommended.
True to its name, the Silver Dollar Bar & Grill really does incorporate Morgan Silver Dollars into the decor which also includes black walnut tables, a roulette wheel and walls lined with Western artwork. This Wort Hotel restaurant and bar is known for its Western fare and innovative drinks. You can savor delicacies like apple-brined pork loin, wild game stroganoff and braised short ribs coupled with libations like the Teton Tini and Horny Toad. There is live music in the bar three nights a week.
The Rose is a restaurant and bar that is known for its seafood specialties such as poaches swordfish and marinated shrimp, as well as meats such as lamb shank and hanger steak. Done up in rich wooden interiors, along with luxurious and cozy booths, the place has an intimate feel to it. Finish your meal with a lemon mousse and apple tart, and also sample their delicious cocktails that pack quite a punch.
Set in a renovated house two blocks away from the town square, the Blue Lion is a hugely popular American restaurant. A charming eatery, it is famous for its rack of lamb, which has achieved legendary status. Apart from that, when here, you absolutely must indulge yourself with Santa Fe duck cakes, grilled elk tenderloin, green curry prawns, Cajun beef tenderloin and many more treats. Homemade confections like the mud pie and tiramisu are delectable, and the restaurant also has a drinks list to offer you.
The Rusty Parrot Lodge and Spa's in-house restaurant, Wild Sage serves local fare. An intimate restaurant that seats 32, it is made even cozier by the presence of the river rock fireplace. If you drop by for breakfast, you could start your day on a high note with Wyoming cowboy fryer, flat iron steak huevos rancheros and malted waffles. Dinner is another wonderful affair, with offerings like porcini dusted scallops, wild boar ribs and three pepper Wagyu tenderloin. Dinner is perfectly complemented by the wine list, and many wine dinners are organized through the year.
At The Kitchen, situated a very short walk away from the Blue Lion, modern American delicacies are aplenty, and you will definitely find something to satisfy your palate. Apart from the comfortable interior, the restaurant also features a lovely patio where you can enjoy some great food and drinks. The open kitchen ensures that your olfactory senses are constantly treated to some wonderful aromas, making you impatient for your meal, which starts with appetizers like luxury shrimp and tempura fried unagi. Then come some scrumptious entrées like herb-spiced goat loin and pan-seared red deer. The wine list features everything you would need to enhance your meal even further. During the nightly Happy Hour from 5.30p to 6.30p you can enjoy drinks at half prices.
Authentic Thai cuisine and a new American-influenced dishes are prepared at the locally owned and operated Thai Me Up. A nano-brewery in the back of the restaurant produces a line of cutting-edge West Coast ales and lagers.
Authentic Tex-Mex cuisine, cooked-to-order; award-winning salsa, homemade chips and margaritas have kept customers coming since 1969 to Merry Piglets, open seven days a week from 11:30 a.m. until 10:00 p.m.
Sweetwater Restaurant is housed in the historic Coe Cabin, located one block off the Town Square in Jackson Hole Wyoming. Menu examples prepared for lunch and dinner include blackened chicken salad, veggie wrap, buffalo sloppy joe, fried pork belly & egg salad BLT, turkey reuben, shrimp po-boy, apricot tuna salad, cashew chicken wrap, avocado crap melt, cowboy ribeye, mahi mahi, Utah rack of lamb, and mustard pork tenderloin.