There's no shortage of good eating in Jackson. The Vertical Restaurant, located in the Inn at Jackson Hole, offers contemporary American cuisine in a modern setting and an extensive wine list. In town, the Kosho wine bar has an eclectic wine list and a menu to match. Downtown offers the Million Dollar Cowboy, a great place to enjoy Buffalo Burgers.
The slope-side Peak in the Four Seasons Resort attracts skiers at the end of the day, but Teton Village has little life after dark, with lights out almost everywhere by 11pm. The Snake River Brewing Company is popular with the locals. Those in search of serious drinking should head for the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar on Jackson's Town Square. This huge saloon has stools made from Western saddles, live music and pool tables, all of which is dominated by a stuffed grizzly bear. The local paper will tell you where to find live music each night – for example The Stagecoach in the nearby village of Wilson has music on Thursday evenings and the Mangy Moose in Teton Village is kicking on Saturdays.
Apart from Wild-West Jackson, nearby Yellowstone National Park, famous for its wildlife and hot springs such as 'Old Faithful', can be visited from Jackson Hole by snow-coach or snowmobile. Heli-Skiing is also available.
Last Updated: Feb 2010