Nora's is one of those inimitable Western places that have earned their keep as local treasures among their many loyal customers. Look for the giant trout on the roof outside. It's a great spot to catch a hearty weekend breakfast of pancakes or huevos rancheros that barely fit on your plate and dinner among the talkative locals. Among the imaginative dishes served at this casual log inn are honey-hickory baby back ribs, prime rib, elk tenderloin with blackberry-wine sauce,
and nut-crusted trout, plus nightly specials. Soups such as pumpkin warm your bones, and there's wine by the glass and a kids' menu. You can dine in one of two large rooms or sit at the counter for quick service. Breakfast, but not lunch, is served on weekends.
5600 Hwy. 22, 6 mi outside Jackson at base of pass, Wilson, Wyoming, 83104, United States
Aug 1, 2006
Fresh, local foods, expertly prepared. Try the trout grilled, pan-fried or nut-crusted, or the elk tenderloin in blackberry sauce. Leave room for fresh fruit cobbler. This is a great place. On a recent two week trip, we went to Nora's four times.
Nov 26, 2004
come here for some great trout or biscuits and gravy. That's what I had but it was very busy early in the morning and it reminded me of stepping into grandma's kitchen and the food was almost as good as that.