Grand Teton National Park Restaurants
Though the park itself has some excellent restaurants, don't miss dining in Jackson, where chefs apply European and other cooking techniques to game, fowl, and fish dishes and generally include vegetarian entrées. Steaks are usually cut from grass-fed Wyoming or Montana beef, but you'll also find buffalo and elk on the menu; poultry and pasta are offered by most restaurants, as are fresh salads
and fish (trout, tilapia, and salmon are most common). Just about everywhere, you can order a burger or a bowl of soup. Casual is the word for most dining within and outside the park. An exception is Jenny Lake Lodge, where jackets and ties for men are recommended for dinner. Breakfast is big: steak and eggs, pancakes, biscuits and gravy; lunches are lighter, often taken in a sack to enjoy on the trail.