What is Jackson Hole’s restaurant scene like?

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Jackson Hole’s restaurant scene is the biggest, fanciest and most diverse in the state. Within a one-block radius in downtown Jackson you can find a New York-style pizza joint serving up thin crust slices, and a walk-up eatery that, in the morning, sells breakfast burritos the size of your head, and, come dinner time, makes Nepalese-style dumplings, called momos. If the restaurant scene is lacking anything, it’s mid-priced eateries. There are plenty of sandwich and salad shops and lots of restaurants with $10 cocktails, but not so much in between.

Restaurants here come and go quickly, but locals are fiercely loyal to and supportive of the good ones. The Snake River Brewery is just as popular for its food as its beer. The Snake River Grill has been generally regarded as the valley’s best fine dining restaurant for two decades.

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