Area Guide

From world class dining to art galleries, museums, stylish boutiques, theaters and more, there’s plenty in the town of Jackson to keep you busy.

  • George Washington Memorial Park

    George Washington Memorial Park No one will know the place if you call it by its real name, so instead refer to the center of Jackson as what it is: the Town Square. The hub of downtown pinches off the roads coming and going from Yellowstone and Grand Teton, so you’ll often find yourself sauntering through those arches of antlers. Chances are, you’ll run into someone else you already know, too, even if you’ve only arrived to town yesterday.


    East Broadway
    (307) 733-5056

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  • Jackson Hole Rodeo

    Jackson Hole Rodeo More than 100 years on, the historic rodeo remains integral to the cowboy culture that’s still easy to access here. Four days a week from Memorial Day through Labor Day, catch dudes on the Pee Wee barrel, open-roping, bull riding, and saddle broncing.


    447 Snow King Avenue
    (307) 733-7927

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  • Snow King

    Snow King Walk less than a mile to the lift or trailhead of the in-town mountain, and you’re rewarded with year-round adventure. Hiking through wildflowers, testing your bravado on a ropes course, shushing down the steep incline (by skis, by bike, by mountain coaster)—there’s something amazing happening every day of the year.


    402 E. Snow King Ave
    (307) 201-5464

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  • Pink Garter Theatre

    Pink Garter Theatre The best place in town for live talent from around the globe, the venue welcomes everyone from country stars to international DJs to indie rock darlings like Mogwai. Admission is free, and you often can pop upstairs to get half off at The Rose. Prepare to rock.


    50 W Broadway Ave
    (307) 733-1500

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  • Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum

    Founded in 1958 by avocational archaeologist and western history enthusiast Slim Lawrence, Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum plays a critical role in the Jackson Hole community and Greater Yellowstone.


    225 N Cache St, Jackson, WY 83001, USA
    (307) 733-9605

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  • Local

    Local Set on the town square, Local serves a consistently good burger (as it should be: the beef is ground in-house) and pairs it (again, as it should be) with a huge selection of whiskeys. Happy hour is crazy busy (and half off everything), so why not start the party at 4pm?


    55 North Cache St
    (307) 201-1717

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  • The Rose

    The Rose Go for the chef’s tasting menu and settle in for an evening of beautifully curated dishes served in apothecary-style glass jars with lids and custom ceramic. Or just come for drinks: The Rose is hidden above the Pink Garter Theatre, and doubles as a speakeasy, with mixologists concocting truly inventive cocktails to those who know.


    50 W Broadway
    (307) 733-1500

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  • Mangy Moose Restaurant & Saloon

    Mangy Moose Restaurant & Saloon Yes, the namesake hangs from the ceiling, and yes, the name pretty much says it all. Beer on tap, live music, and a pretty wild crowd make this a go-to apres ski spot. Take the shuttle—it’s in Teton Village at the base of the mountain.


    3295 Village Drive, Teton Village
    (307) 733-4913

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  • Million Dollar Cowboy Bar

    Million Dollar Cowboy Bar Ancient couples line dance to live music, there’s a regular gun raffle, beers are cheap. This is that rare place where oil barons mingle with seasonal staff and townies, and everyone’s having a rip-roaring good time. Be warned: the cocktails are stiff; one or two will do.


    25 N. Cache St.
    (307) 733-2207

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  • Persephone Bakery

    Persephone Bakery Don’t miss the pastries (which we sell in our lobby), and indulge in favorites like gourmet Pop Tarts and house-made Nutella to go with your nitro cold-brew. Owners Kevin and Ali Cohane also opened Picnic, with heavier dishes like pork and egg toast dripping with maple cream.


    145 E Broadway
    (307) 200-6708

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  • Rendezvous Bistro

    Rendezvous Bistro Gavin Fine’s French-American menu sources locally and keeps everyone coming back for lively service, perfect steak tartare, and an encyclopedic wine list. It opened in 2001, but it feels like new.


    380 South US Highway 89
    (307) 739-1100

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  • Bin22

    Bin22 A little bit of Italy in Wyoming, Bin22 is mostly a wine shop. So walk up, pick a bottle, then head on back to the tapas bar. Waiters are as knowledgeable as the sommeliers in the expansive boutique, and can pair any vintage with salumi, cheese, even wagyu. Make your own collection and store it for your return visit in your personal wine vault.


    200 West Broadway
    (307) 739-9463

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  • Snake River Grill

    Snake River Grill Grab a seat at the bar or by the fireplace and start the evening off right with onion rings the size of your face, served on a branding iron, and super-creative pizzas. Sharing is more fun when everyone orders Clayton’s Margaritas. Or byob and pay the $25 corkage fee.


    84 East Broadway
    (307) 733-0557

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  • Glorietta

    An Italian Trattoria where the focus is handmade pasta and wood-fired cooking with expertly crafted cocktails and a value-oriented cellar of incredible Italian wines.


    242 Glenwood St, Jackson, WY 83001, USA
    (307) 733-3888

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  • MADE

    MADE Boutique Brother to Mountain Dandy but with more clothes, MADE is where you come for a buffalo T-shirt, a trucker hat, or a Wyoming flag blanket. It’s un-ironic, yet not earnest, and difficult to walk out of without an armload of western-themed gear. Just try going home without a vintage poster of Yellowstone or a bronco baby onesie.


    125 North Cache Gaslight Alley
    (307) 690-7957

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  • Mountain Man Toy Shop

    Mountain Man Toy Shop Their slogan is “Dangerous toys for big boys,” and it’s pretty spot-on. Hand-forged knives of every stripe are on display and wonky (but charming) sales staff can help you choose the best big-game skinner or tomahawk. Their colorful chopper and paring knife set at must-haves for any home chef worth his apron.


    98 N Center Street, Unit C
    (877) 258-0100

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  • Mountain Dandy

    Mountain Dandy Truly an “only in Jackson” boutique, Mountain Dandy curates everything for a life well-lived, from beer-cozy mittens and black bitters to moustache wax and single-malt-flavored toothpicks. You will not go home empty-handed, and you will not find this stuff at home.


    125 North Cache, Gaslight Alley
    (307) 690-2896

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  • Jackson Hole’s Elk Antler Arch

    Town Square is the gathering place for the community of Jackson Hole where business, relaxation, culture, and recreation happily co-exist. Formally known as George Washington Memorial Park, the community hub was dedicated as a park in 1934. On each corner of the square, an iconic elk antler arch stands to welcome visitors. The first arch was built in 1953.


    2 - 60 N Cache St, Jackson, WY 83001, USA

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