Summer 2021 was a memorable time in Jackson Hole during the height of COVID. It reminded us how Mother Nature needs our TLC. We were excited to get back into Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Tetons and splash around the lakes. As usual, Persephone Bakery was at the top of our list for bread, pastries, and coffees, and for the BEST BURGERS in town, hands-down was Sweet Cheeks Meats. The local Jackson butcher shop serves up delicious juicy burgers from 11- 2 pm, focusing on sustainability, and locally-raised animals, by husband and wife duo Nick and Nora Phillips.
Next, we stopped by Teton Village to visit friends at Caldera House, the perfect ten-room hotel on the foothills of Teton Village. Super cute little hotel with a private club with views of the mountains. South Cable, the hotel’s coffee and pizza shop, is the perfect meeting place after a long day of hiking. Next, we took a gondola ride up with kids on hand, stopped by The Deck for some french fries and cocktails, and witnessed a coyote passing by the mountains. Finally, our new favorite spot this summer was Coelette. We are brought to you by our favorite locals, Kevin and Ali Cohane of Persephone Bakery and Picnic. Tucked away on a side street off the town and housed in a historic Coe Cabin, the restaurant serves delicious locally sourced snow-line cuisine with a curated cocktail list for all ages.
Check out our 2021 Jackson Food Guide and let us know what we missed.