17 Jul Like A Local
Live like a local in Jackson Hole
Sure, the tourist attractions in Jackson Hole are breathtaking at the very least, but sometimes you want to find the hidden town treasures typically appreciated by Jackson Hole locals. Here are some of the restaurants, events, hikes, and Jackson attractions that Jackson Hole locals enjoy in every day.
Meat-lovers will love the underground authenticity of Jackson Hole restaurant, Million Dollar Cowboy Bar & Steakhouse, where the rustic charm and delicious cuts of meat are sure to win you over. The Snake River Grill is an unassuming yet popular spot for Jackson Hole locals since 1993, featuring over 300 wines and new-American cuisine that will keep you coming back again and again. For late nights, locals head over to Pinky G’s for a slice of pizza (voted the best in Jackson Hole) to close out an eventful day. For an exclusive and romantic date night, grab one of the eight tables at Wild Sage. Its charming feel, superb menu, and attentive staff help to make it the only restaurant in Jackson Hole to be given a AAA Four Diamond award.
For live, local bluegrass music, stop by The Silver Dollar—known to the locals as “The Wort” thanks to the Wort Hotel located above. For an absolute favorite music event among locals and visitors alike, stop by Jackson Hole Live. This summer concert series is family friendly and offers lots of food and beverage trucks as well. After all, nothing beats Wyoming in summer!
Often considered an “after work hike,” the trek to Josie’s Ridge to the top of Snow King Mountain is usually less crowded—but not for beginners. However, the stunning views of the Tetons will definitely be worth it! Death Canyon to Phelps Lake is another favorite among locals, featuring a 5-mile hike that offers a non-traditional view of the Teton range.