A Culinary Destination Above The Rest

Jackson Hole’s inimitable food scene draws innovative chefs and enthusiastic diners from around the globe. Though the town is small, standout dining options are plentiful. Savor the tantalizing, artfully-crafted delicacies of award-winning chefs, or tuck into hearty, homegrown comfort food. Top-notch sushi, French pastries, small-batch microbrews, juicy grass-fed burgers: any plate you crave, and then some.

A pile of fresh croissants at Persephone Bakery.
A bartender pours a beer at Snake River Brewing.
A group cheers 6 glasses of red wine.
A hand holds a bloody mary cocktail with bacon and crab legs.
The sushi bar with red pendant lights at King Sushi.
A rare piece of steak elegantly plated at Snake River Grill.
A local favorite, Persephone bakery offers fresh, expertly-crafted pastries, breads, and coffee; it’s like a tiny slice of sophisticated Paris in wild Wyoming.
Snake River Brewing is Wyoming’s oldest independent brewery, and has garnered countless awards for its locally-beloved lagers, stouts, and IPAs.
Internationally celebrated, the JH Food & Wine Festival brings chefs, vintners, and other culinary experts to an intimate, energetic series of meals, classes, and presentations.
In an early 1900s cabin in the heart of downtown, Cafe Genevieve serves elevated spins on homestyle classics with a distinctly Southern influence.
In a striking dichotomy, King Sushi serves innovative, mouthwatering sushi in an intimate setting in one of Jackson Hole’s oldest standing log cabins.
James Beard Award-winning chef Jeff Drew presents seasonally-inspired, gourmet creations at the always exemplary Snake River Grill.
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There’s an exciting food world to discover once you arrive in Jackson Hole.

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Artfully Inspired

The arts have long flourished in this majestic setting. It’s difficult not to feel a swell of inspiration when you live each day surrounded by such breathtaking, untamed beauty. Jackson Hole is home and host to some of the world’s most talented musicians and artists, and showcases their work in uniquely intimate settings. Globally-recognized artists display their work in boutique galleries and museums around the valley. Musicians from every genre light up local venues, performing for small, rapt audiences. Here, we enjoy the best, up close and personal. 

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Outdoor statues of elk at the National Museum of Wildlife Art.

Overlooking the expansive National Elk Refuge, the National Museum of Wildlife Art is home to breathtaking collections of animal-focused artwork, an outdoor sculpture trail with stunning views, and a tranquil, inviting cafe.

A piano on stage at the Center for the Arts in Jackson Hole.

You’ve never seen your favorite band like this. The Center for the Arts is a beautiful, intimate theater, and annually boasts jaw-dropping lineups of major music and dance stars.

Musicians play the violin at the Grand Teton Music Festival.

Showcasing the exceptional talent of musicians from symphonies across the globe, the Grand Teton Music Festival presents incredible concert series and community events.

Three women admire ceramics at the Fall Arts Festival on the town square in Jackson Hole.

Each September, the Fall Arts Festival boasts two consecutive weeks of art, music, and food in Jackson Hole. A local favorite is the exciting Town Square Quick Draw; painters and sculptors have a brief ninety minutes to complete their piece as the public looks on.

A ceramics class at the Jackson Hole Art Association.

The Jackson Hole Art Association’s summer art fairs feature a wide variety of ceramics, paintings, jewelry, sculpture, handcrafted homewares, photography, and more. The fairs also offer live music, food vendors, and crafts and activities for kids.

A woman in a pink shirt admires art inside a museum at the Fall Arts Festival.

Each September, the Fall Arts Festival boasts two consecutive weeks of art, music, and food in Jackson Hole. A local favorite is the exciting Town Square Quick Draw; painters and sculptors have a brief ninety minutes to complete their piece as the public looks on.


Dust Off Your Dancing Boots

Since the dusty days of hardworking cowboys and old-fashioned barn dances, Jackson Hole has known how to unwind and have a rollicking good time. Lively concerts, bustling dance floors, rowdy rodeos, and welcoming community events have long been where locals slow down and have some fun.

A crowd enjoying live music at the Rendezvous fest on the Jackson Hole town square.
The exterior of the cowboy bar on a sunny winter day.
A bull rider at the rodeo.
A night ride at Teton County fair.
A summer view of Jackson and the Tetons from the top of Snow King Mountain.
The ultimate sendoff to winter and welcome to spring, Rendezvous Fest is a multi-day series of free concerts featuring major headline bands and plenty of rowdy fun.
One of Jackson Hole’s most iconic watering holes and dance floors, the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is a classic spot to saddle up and sip away, as well as an up and coming world-class music destination.
A throwback to Jackson Hole’s dustier days, the rodeo is an authentic and thrilling peek into the distinctly Western world of bronc bustin’, team ropin’, and barrel racin’.
The Teton County Fair - a highly anticipated community event - offers a full week of music, carnival rides, and good, old-fashioned smalltown connection.
At the foot of Snow King Mountain, this family-friendly outdoor concert series and local food scene is an unforgettable way to end a perfect summer day.
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Explore Effortlessly

For a secluded mountain retreat, Jackson Hole is surprisingly painless to access. Just a few minutes’ drive from town, the airport offers direct flights to many urban centers. Tucked at the foot of the Tetons, it’s the only airport in the nation within the boundaries of a National Park. And once you’re here, getting around is just as easy. Enjoy the expansive network of paved bike pathways, explore the heart of downtown on foot, or let a local bus whisk you right to the base of the ski hill.

  • 50+ Miles of Pathways

    Jackson's paved bike system has 53 miles of pathway that includes a route connecting Wilson with Teton Village.

  • 5 Local Bus

    START is a public bus service that serves visitors and locals in Jackson who enjoy comfortable, reliable public transportation year-round.

  • 20 Minutes from the Airport

    Flying here has never been easier with direct flights to and from many major hubs, including: LA, San Francisco, Chicago, Dallas, and JFK & Newark. If you're looking for FBO, JAC offers that too.

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