Quality Inn & Suites 49'er
330 W. Pearl St.
Jackson, WY 83001
Phone: (307) 733-7550
Fax: (307) 733-2002
Bars & Cafes
Ingredients from various parts of the world go into crafting a beer at Jackson's Snake River Brewing. In business for more than 10 years, this brewery has been winning awards right since its inception. They have been brewing United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) approved organic beers since 2006. The on-site brewpub features fresh brews on tap, which are best relished with delicious burgers, pizzas, pastas, salads and more.
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.
With saddle-like bar stools and stuffed animals adorning the walls, a visit to The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is an experience in itself. All tourists should consider making a stop at this country themed bar that serves up Merlot and Chardonnay, along with regular pub fare. Those who liked the place too much can also purchase memorabilia from their store, located on the same premises.
From its perch at the mountain retreat of Spring Creek Ranch, Granary Restaurant is perfectly equipped to offer you spectacular views of the Grand Tetons. However, a panoramic view is not all the eatery has in store for you; there are also regional delicacies and an excellent wine list for you to enjoy. The breakfast, lunch and dinner menus are crafted from the best produce of the season. Roasted Lucque olives and seared Hudson Valley foie gras are a great way to start the meal, and scrumptious offerings like Cajun spiced elk tenderloin and Idaho rainbow trout follow. The lounge features live music on weekends.
A famous dining place in the region, Calico's Pizza is known for its American menu. The brightly colored flowers and lush trees that line the venue create a beautiful ambience for outdoor dining. The indoor-room is warm and comfortable during the winter months. While children can play outside, the adults can enjoy the fine food and the selection of wine. Amidst views of the surrounding panorama, one can enjoy Gnocchi Gratinee, Hearts of Palm, Quinoa, Pan-Seared Steelhead Trout, BBQ Chicken Pizza and Spaghetti and Meatballs. The venue also does its bit for the environment by recycling waste. Enjoy the fine experience with a cheerful wait-staff and quick service.
Amid an ethereal greenery inside the Teton Pines Resort is set the restaurant that attracts diners to feast on creations like the Braised Buffalo and Gnocchi, Teton Pines Burger, Parmesan Herb Crusted Salmon and Southern Fried Chicken Breast. The venue is a good spot for some intimate talk with its classy decor and quiet ambience. One can also grab a quick meal after a tiring round of golf. The resrtaurant serves as the evnue for parties and celebrations and also provides outdoor catering. The staff is good and well equipped to make any dining experience a success.
The Stagecoach Bar has a simplistic and rustic feel to it. This, coupled with live music on weekends, DJ nights and theme nights, makes this place a sure-shot crowd puller. A melting pot for crowds of all ages, the bar is always lively and drinks are always flowing. They have a good range of drinks available at cheap prices.
Mangy Moose, also known as The Moose, is an ideal for some apres ski entertainment. This pub serves delicious pub grub such as buffalo meatloaf, top sirloin, beef tenderloin, along with a variety of salads and appetizers. They have a limited, but delicious pizza menu as well. The place is generally full of skiers taking a break before heading back to the slopes at any time of the day, so the sound of chatter is a constant companion. The staff is helpful, and will suggest you beers as per your preference. They also have live music on some nights.
Wool & Whiskey is the place you should be heading to if the weather of the mountains gets to you and you require a few more woolens to keep you warm. This store has a variety of woolen menswear from different brands such as Steven Alan, Raleigh Denim and Inhabit. But it's not just the woolens that will keep you warm, for they also have a no-frills whiskey bar within the store. It consists of about twenty varieties of whiskey brews, a few bar stools and a friendly bartender.
'Mountain cuisine' is given a new dimension at Teton Mountain Lodge and Spa's Spur Restaurant & Bar, where seasonal ingredients are utilized to perfection. Starters like baby roasted beets and sweet potato fries start the meal on a high note, and the dishes that follow certainly don't disappoint. You can enjoy crispy organic Wyoming beef burger, grilled sturgeon, venison petite tender filet and many, many more delicacies. You can select wines by the glass, and there are also beers and cocktails on offer.
With a view of the Snake River Valley and the adjoining mountainside, The Gameside restaurant offers a luxurious dining experience. It serves diners exquisite Italian and Asian preparations from breakfast to dinner. The breathtaking view provides a pleasant backdrop for the mouthwatering food. Renowned for its fine dining, the restaurant has a cheerful staff that takes the diners' comfort seriously. The decor is plush and elegant. The low lighting makes it a good place to hold romantic conversations. Take out options are also provided here, especially for outdoor picnics.