The Rendezvous Festival is back at Jackson Hole. This weekend marks the spring season with a four-day musical festival featuring artists like Zac Brown Band, Jamestown Revival and Samantha Fish.
Will you be coming to Jackson to enjoy the "March Radness" events? Don't miss some of our favorite places to stay, eat and party this weekend.
Located in beautiful downtown Jackson, the Wort Hotel is a western classic boutique hotel offering luxury amenities and services.
A luxury, eco-boutique hotel, Hotel Terra is located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and offers upscale rooms and suites just a few steps from the tram dock.
The Rendezvous Bistro offers a variety of French-American cuisine that is a classic among locals and tourists alike. Don't miss the Tuna Tartare.
Located at the top of the Bridger Gondola at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort the Piste Bistro is the newest addition to resort dining. Piste offers locally sourced dishes with ingredients sourced from Vertical Harvest and Carter Country Meat.
While this French-style bakery isn't at the base of the ski resort you will want to take a morning to indulge in their fresh baked pastries, delicious plates and quaint atmosphere. You won't regret taking the morning off from skiing.
Expect there to be a wait because Teton Thai is always packed. The most delicious way to spice up a day of skiing this casual Thai restaurant is the perfect spot for lunch or a mellow evening in Teton Village.
From the exterior it just looks like a typical gas station, but give it a chance and you'll be pleasantly surprised. The fried chicken shack serves up reasonably priced sandwiches and bratwursts. Inside you will find a selection of draft beers and sloshies. What is a sloshie you ask? Remember 7-11 slurpies? Add alcohol and you have a sloshie–don't knock it until you try it.
If you know Jackson Hole, you know the Mangy Moose. A classic that will always be on any list for a good après after a day on the hill.