Bar food is a beautiful thing. It appears just when you need it most: after a day spent in the mountains or at the end of a long night - the instant your hunger hits. Jackson Hole is very good bar bites. Here’s a sampling:
- Sushi in the Lobby Lounge at the Four Seasons Resort.
- Nachos - all three variations - at the Spur in Teton Mountain Lodge.
- Truffle fries tossed with parmesan at the Mangy Moose Saloon.
- Fried dill pickles and peel-and-eat shrimp at Q Roadhouse.
- Mini house-made corn dogs at Local’s bar.
- Campfire s’mores at Snake River Brewpub.
- Waffle fries topped with blue cheese fondue at Trio American Bistro.
- Shishito peppers and buffalo momos at Thai Me Up.
- Pig candy – sweet and spicy candied bacon – at Café Genevieve.
- Elk tartare at Rendezvous Bistro.
- Wings - ranked in hotness from "Mid" to "Meet God" - at The Bird.
- A huckleberry shake at the Mercantile Grill inside the Stagecoach Bar.
- Wings – ranked in hotness from “Mid” to “Meet God” – at The Bird.
- Roasted nuts – ginger or bacon sage – at the Couloir bar.
- Artichoke dip at Dornan’s Spur Bar in Moose.
- Award-winning hickory smoked pheasant soup at the Wort Hotel's Silver Dollar Bar.