About Il Villaggio Osteria
In February 2008, Fine Dining Restaurant Group, of Rendezvous Bistro & Q Roadhouse fame, brought a taste of Italy to Jackson Hole with the opening of Il Villaggio Osteria. Located inside the Hotel Terra which is the state’s first LEED certified property and only the fifth in the United States. Highlights of the intimate restaurant are Il Villaggio Osteria’s 12-seat wine bar and eight seat salami bar, where guests can watch as imported meats and cheeses, sourced from the country’s finest purveyors, are hand-sliced to order. House made pastas, sausage stuffed olives, beautiful wines and entrees round out the exquisite multi course menu.
Hours of Operation:
Moose Wilson Road
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Off-site catering available.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Start Bus Stop
Private Party Facilities:
We welcome private parties of all kinds, from corporate retreats and rehearsal dinners to family gatherings.
Private Party Contact:
Erin Oda: (307)733-5010x
Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Il Villaggio Osteria Ratings and Reviews
Really, really disappointing. It's in ...
Really, really disappointing. It's in Teton Village - a relatively high end ski resort area...and a destination that requires a 15+ minute drive out of Jackson Hole. You need to offer a great experience. The dinner salad was awful. It was, at best, the chopped up white part of iceberg lettuce. Barely any green. The lasagna was bland, bland, bland - the sauce...the meat...missing flavor. The drinks were great - but the food was deeply disappointing.
I felt that the menu did not offer many ...
I felt that the menu did not offer many options. I had a tough time finding something to eat. They have redone the menu and some of the popular items were removed.
Server not friendly. He was doing us a favor waiting on our table.
Cute atmosphere with nice decor. Service ...
Cute atmosphere with nice decor. Service was good and the wine was very good. Unfortunately, the food was absolutely terrible. My husband and I both ordered the chopped salad which consisted of brown iceberg lettuce, pickles, and capers with no dressing. My husband's mushroom pasta was literally and I kid you not, buttered noodles with parsley and four mushrooms. I had the salmon, which was served rare with salt and pepper. The side dishes had no flavor at all. We opted for a second glass of wine and skipped dessert. I would choose somewhere else. It was a huge disappointment for our last night in Teton Village.
Our server was helpful with making decis ...
Our server was helpful with making decisions on beer/wine. Food was good and included fresh ingredients. Lasagna was served hot. Noise level at 9 pm was loud, as it has been each time we've visited (once a year for the last four years). The seating in the dining room is not private in the last if you are set along the small tables on the wall with a shared bench. Ask for a table in the bar area as it is a bit less noisy and you don't feel like you're sharing a table with your neighbors on each side. Overall, though, a nice place for dinner.
We enjoyed our dinner here. The food was ...
We enjoyed our dinner here. The food was excellent, the wine list was great, the waiter was very attentive and helpful. We also ordered a pizza to go. It was not the best and very expensive. Dinner? Yes. Pizza. Not so much.
We were extremely underwhelmed by our me ...
We were extremely underwhelmed by our meal. It was expensive and just not worth it. We had many other meals in JH that were either the same price or less and far exceeded the quality of the food. My salmon was bland as were the veggies and grain that it came with. It needed a sauce to tie it all together. The peas were overcooked.
Wow this place was noisy and we waited f ...
Wow this place was noisy and we waited for ever for our food Did not live up to other reviews. We may have hit it in a bad night. I had a mushroom based pasta which was good but the other two people were disappointed in their dinners.
Great location in Teton Village. Cozy di ...
Great location in Teton Village. Cozy dining room with a view of the commons. The pizzas are authentic and wood fired. Nice servers, good food, decent price. My favorite restaurant overall in the Village. For lunch or dinner.
After a week of camping in the Tetons, m ...
After a week of camping in the Tetons, my girlfriend and I spoiled ourselves with a couple nights at Snake River Lodge. Osteria was highly recommended and they were spot-on. The food was fantastic and the service extraordinary. It was a perfect finish to a great vacation.
The vegetable salad was a disappointment ...
The vegetable salad was a disappointment and not as advertised. The vegetables were few and far between; it was mostly greens. Unfortunately everyone at our table had ordered it because it sounded so good. Everyone agreed that it was not. The rest of the meal was quite good. I had soft-shell crab risotto and it was tasty, although a tad underdone. I will return, but hopefully will find the fresh pea salad on the menu again. Have had that in years past and it was delicious. Bring it back!
This restaurant had been highly recommen ...
This restaurant had been highly recommended for food and service. Not sure if we just hit a bad night, but we were extremely disappointed. The food was marginal, at best. Two of us ordered a dish that was to include morels. I made a point of commenting to our waitress how much I loved morels and how excited I was to have them. The dish came without morels!! I mentioned this to the waitress and she said that they had run out and then later said that they were out of season. Shouldn't she have disclosed this earlier? There was no apology, no offer of a free dessert, nothing. The dish also included escargot which was overcooked and rubbery. There was no balance in this dish it was awful. No additional parmesan was offered for those who had pasta dishes and when it was requested a very small dish was brought out for the person who asked for it. None for anyone else. The dessert she said was the best was dry and disappointing. We will not return.
Restaurant was packed with people waitin ...
Restaurant was packed with people waiting. We called ahead so got right in. Outside band (Every Sunday at Teton Village) was insanely loud so you could barely hear anything but still very energetic place. Our server was attentive & food was good, but our appetizers arrived after our main course. Some confusion, not sure what. Olive appetizer finally came after we had almost finished dinner so we took them home. Lasagna was very very good. Spouse had the salmon, very good also. Overall very good.
We dined outside and enjoyed it very muc ...
We dined outside and enjoyed it very much. Although the restaurant is located adjacent to the outdoor children's play area (slides, water feature) it wasn't too noisy for us to enjoy our time there. Our server (from Portugal) was outstanding. One of our guests has a very strict diet and asked a ton of questions about food preparation and our server knew every item on the menu and how it was prepared. That was an A+. We were in no rush and the server had a great sense of leaving us alone to enjoy our drinks before going on to the next step. All of our entrees and side dishes were excellent. Great time.
This dinner was while we were visiting G ...
This dinner was while we were visiting Grand Teton and also metup with friends from the area. The friends had suggested it and we were delighted with the outcome. I had the Eggplant Parm which was phenomenal. My husband had the short rib ravioli and thoroughly enjoyed it, our friend had her old stand by of Pizza and also was not let down. Along with our meals we had the cold cut and cheese boards which were very well presented and delicious.
While on Vacation at Jackson Hole, we we ...
While on Vacation at Jackson Hole, we went by the reviews to make some dining reservations at local restaurants.
Our first evening was a hit (Piste), where the food was good, and view was amazing. Service was a bit slow, but that was acceptable given our vacation 'mode'.
Il Villaggio looked promising when we first walked in, but far from good once seated. Service was very slow, and the food quality was mediocre at best.
For appetizers we had a mix of cold meats which were poor quality and nothing like described. For our main course, my wife had the ravioli and I the fettuccine. Not only did they look like the (cheap) pre made one buys at the supermarket, but the taste was awful. It almost felt reheated.
My 6 year old daughters didn't even touch their pasta and meatballs, which, if you have kids, is an indicator of the quality and taste.
To accompany dinner we decided to each get a glass of wine. My wife had the Pinot Grigio, and I the Cab. My wife said hers was OK, but mine was about 15 minutes from becoming vinegar. Warm and surely sitting for more than a day, I didn't want to ask for another glass in fear it would have taken an eternity to get a new one, and at that point we were looking forward to going back to our apartment.
We each left more than half our food on our plate and asked for the check. The waiter, oblivious, didn't even ask how our meal was.
I thought it would be impossible to make bad pasta, but I have been proven wrong.
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