A Weekend Travel Guide to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

We have you covered for a long weekend outside the Tetons
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Photo by Lindley Rust



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Photo by Lindley Rust

This Italian American eatery is located in the heart of Jackson, just across the street from the Cloudvel Hotel.

If you’re looking for a swanky pre-dinner drink spot, Colette has you covered. The historic space was once the residence to a local blacksmith. Now the menu emulates Jackson’s rich history by way of Old World recipes invented at high elevations.

Located at the old Eleaven, Kampai boasts a delicious Japanese menu.


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Photo courtesy Fine Dining Restaurant Group

Locals and travelers alike will enjoy Bin22’s variety of wines. Guests can choose from an everchanging wine list, or select a bottle from the shop to enjoy (with no corkage fee) at the restaurant.

Jackson Drug
For those with a sweet tooth, stop by Jackson Drug for milkshakes with a side of historic charm.

New West Knifework’s
The latest addition to New West Knifework’s flagship store is a tasting room for Jackson Hole Winery. Sip Wednesday – Saturday from 1 pm – 7 pm.


Gaslight Alley
At the corner of North Cache Street and Deloney Ave sits Gaslight Alley. Cruise the collection of locally owned and operated shops, from found goods to a mom & pop bookstore.

Lee’s Tees
If you’re looking for a t-shirt to commemorate your trip, Lee’s Tees has you covered.

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