Jackson Hole, Summer 2021 during the height of COVID was a memorable time for us. We forget how Mother Nature needs our TLC. We were excited to leave city life and get back to Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Tetons to splash around the lakes. And, sample the food.
Persephone Bakery was at the top of our list for bread, pastries, and coffee. The best burgers (!) in town, hands-down was at Sweet Cheeks Meats. This sustainable, farm-raised-fare butcher shop owned by husband-wife team Nick and Nora Phillips flips delicious juicy burgers from 11 to 2. Next, we stopped by Teton Village to visit friends at Caldera House, the super cute 10-room hotel at the foothills of Teton Village. Nothing like sipping a beer at the private club with a ringside view of the mountains. South Cable, the hotel coffee and pizza shop, is the perfect place to meet after a long day of hiking. Later, we took a gondola ride up with kids in tow then stopped by The Deck for French fries and cocktails. A coyote passed by. Our new favorite spot that summer was Coelette, launched by our favorite locals, Kevin and Ali Cohane of Persephone Bakery and Picnic. Tucked away on a side street in a historic Coe Cabin, Coelette served delicious locally- sourced snow-line cuisine with a curated cocktail list for all revelers. Hungry?
Check out our 2022 Jackson Hole Food Guide. Let us know if we missed anything.