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Grand Teton National Park Restaurants


Updated 04/09/2014

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Imaginative takes on salmon, buffalo, pork tenderloin, and pot roast are on the dinner menu in this historic log building. Built in 1915, it's filled with antique oak furnishings. The atmosphere is rustic, homey, and comforting. There's a great dessert menu, too; try lemon raspberry cake with extra homemade whipped cream. For lunch, you can enjoy a sandwich in the outdoor dining area (weather permitting). Reservations are essential in high season.

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85 S. King St., Jackson, Wyoming, 83001, USA

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Updated 04/09/2014


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By Amy

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Sep 20, 2005

Local Recommended

Our hotel staff told us to try this plac e for lunch and we were not disappointed. If it's not too cold opt to sit outside.

By David

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Jul 23, 2005

My favorite place in Jackson!

Jackson is full of restaurants that are way too expensive for what you get. Sweetwater is a great combination of good food, authentic mountain atmosphere, and friendly service at a reasonable price (for Jackson).

By lisa

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Mar 23, 2005

western chic

We tried the elk here - not quite as good as the caribou we had in Montreal, but still delicious. Pleasant service, though we did have to ask for water refills. Lovely people, unpretentious, cosy surroundings by the fire. Unless you go right when they open, definitely get reservations.

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