Grand Teton National Park Restaurants


The Bunnery

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Lunch is served year-round and dinner is served in summer, but it's the breakfasts of savory omelets and home-baked pastries that are irresistible. Try a giant almond stick, sticky bun, or a slice of raspberry, strawberry, or blueberry pie. There's also a decent vegetarian selection. All the breads are house made, most from flour that includes oats, sunflower, and millet; the OSM waffle is dense and delectable. It's elbow to elbow inside, so you may have to wait to be seated on busy mornings, but any inconvenience is well worth it. In summer there's outdoor seating.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No dinner Sept.–May.
Updated: 11-05-2013

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    Over rated, Food Network you let me down

    overpriced pastry, I would put a $2 truckstop cinammon roll against one of the Bunnery's desicated raisin infested items any day of the week.

    by weaselfest, 8/12/07

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