We love living in Jackson, and we love it even more when you come to visit. That's why we put together an insider guide for everyone joining us in the mountains this winter. Not sure if you want to stay in Teton Village or the Town of Jackson? Don't worry. We have you covered! We selected two options in five very important categories: where to stay, where to eat breakfast, where to eat dinner, where to drink, and the most important...where to ski!
Where to stay:
Anvil Hotel in Jackson, WY
An iconic American West hotel for the 21st-century traveler. You can usually find at least one of us having a business meeting in the beautiful and cozy lobby of the Anvil Hotel because:
a. they have a fireplace
b. they serve up their unique Anvil Hotel blend of our delicious coffee and, most importantly
c. THEY HAVE PUPPIES!
They don't actually have puppies roaming around, but they are a dog-friendly hotel, and there always seems to be at least one friendly pooch in the lobby of this conveniently located hotel. Located just steps away from the town square and all the best food and entertainment that Jackson has to offer.
Continuum Jackson Hole In Teton Village, WY
Located slopeside at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Continuum is a new breed of hotel. Modern, stylish, and comfortable. Immerse into the Teton Gravity Research experience. Continuum is Teton Village's home base for the adventurist!
Where to eat breakfast:
Cultivate Cafe in Jackson, WY
We like our food the way Cultivate Cafe's serves it up: clean, local, and organic! This cozy cafe is located in the Jackson Hole Playhouse and has an incredible menu that appeals to vegans and non-vegans alike!
Corbet's Cabin in Teton Village, WY
Okay, so you may need to get on the tram and travel straight up 10,450 feet to start your day with these waffles, but we swear its worth it! Take part in the tradition of delicious waffles atop Rendezvous Peak and start your day at Corbet's Cabin. These aren't just any waffles - these are made to order with delicious toppings like brown sugar butter, nutella, peanut butter and bacon (yes, you read that correctly), and more!
Where to eat dinner:
Orsetto in Jackson, WY
Looking for classic Italian American dishes with a modern-casual feel? We suggest taking a seat at the copper bar at Orsetto and letting your stomach and palate do the ordering.
Il Villaggio Osteria in Teton Village, WY
Nestled hillside at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort lies the intimate and rustic Il Villaggio Osteria. An eatery reminiscent of the comfortable, community-focused restaurants that pepper the Italian countryside, an evening at Osteria transports, making you feel as though you've traveled to one of Italy's hidden gems – all without the jetlag. This is our favorite spot to indulge in a savory dish after a full day of skiing!
Where to drink:
The Silver Dollar Bar at The Wort Hotel in Jackson, WY
Take a step back in time at The Wort Hotel's famous Silver Dollar Bar! Legend has it that your trip to Jackson wasn't complete unless you've danced to our favorite local band, One Ton Pig, on a Tuesday night!
Mangy Moose in Teton Village, WY
The Mangy Moose is and has been since 1967, one of Jackson Hole's most popular spots with locals and visitors alike. The Moose is where you'll find local brews and live music in Teton Village!
Where to ski:
Snow King Mountain in Jackson, WY
Locals have been hiking up and skiing down our town hill since the 1920's! Moments from Jackson Hole's Town Square, you'll find beginner to expert terrain overlooking Jackson and encompassing wild views of the Tetons. With 400 skiable acres and 32 named runs, Snow King is a world-class ski resort right in the heart of Jackson Hole!
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, WY
Whether it's your first day on skis in a lesson at the Jackson Hole Mountain Sports School or you're taking your first drop into Corbet's Couloir, skiing Jackson Hole is something you never forget!
We hope you enjoyed our insider's guide to Teton Village and The Town of Jackson!