Couloir is now a proud member of 1% for the Planet, which compliments the restaurant’s eco-friendly practices of guaranteeing that the majority of their ingredients come from a 250-mile radius. Menus are designed seasonally to reduce their carbon footprint, as are their extensive use of local farmer’s markets and ranches. Dine with Altitude at Couloir Restaurant and Bar. The restaurant is recognized by Food and Wine Magazine (Feb 2008), Men’s Health Magazine as the “Manliest Restaurant,” and named on the Condé Nast Hot Tables List (2008) for its exceptional hospitality and seasonal menu. 


Eat delicious cowboy cuisine, the way Granddad taught the Chuckwagon to cook; finecut, natural aged Wyoming beef, cooked to perfection in Dutch ovens over a blazing wood fire. They are known for their breakfast, featuring all-youcan- eat sourdough pancakes or your choice of biscuits and gravy or French toast. Lunch includes soups, salads and sandwiches on homemade breads. Top off your day with an all-you-can-eat western style dinner, served over an open fire in cast iron Dutch ovens.

Roadhouse Restaurant & Brewing Co.

Recently written up in Zagat’s list of ten high-end barbecue joints in the United States, the Roadhouse Restaurant & Brewery menu is full of dishes as creatively crafted as their brews. They are continuously trying to conjure up ways to reduce their impact on the environment. They buy local and source their proprietary beef blend from the Mead Ranch in Kirby, Wyoming. They hope to soon provide their excess mash grains to local ranchers. Stop in and they’ll tell you how their chef and brewer work hand-in-hand to incorporate ingredients that compliment both the food and drink menu. 

Snake River Grill

The Snake River Grill is a Jackson Hole landmark, known for its atmosphere, extensive wine list, delicious food, and attentive staff. There is a private dining room and a patio for warm nights. Executive Chef, Jeff Drew, has created an American grill’s perfect menu.

The Kitchen

From a renovated old A-frame house comes the Kitchen, a vision of a restaurant that provides something different – a refined yet casual establishment that incorporates a modern take on cuisine with comforting notes. The cuisine embraces various culinary techniques and ingredientsincluding all natural meats, seasonal vegetables, and sustainable, fresh fish. The presentation is clean, simple and natural. The beautiful and elegant architecture of the building mirrors the concepts in the food. 

The Rose

Located inside the Pink Garter Theatre, The Rose is Jackson Hole’s first and only classically inspired cocktail lounge. With an emphasis on fresh, house-made ingredients, quality spirits, and exacting standards of execution, The Rose has an expansive selection of classic and modern cocktails well suited to every drinker’s interest. As with their handcrafted cocktails, The Rose’s food is prepared in-house from the finest ingredients. A playful menu of classic Mediterranean small plates and flatbreads is available between 5:00 pm and midnight, seven nights a week.

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