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About Mural Room - Grand Teton Lodging Company
The panoramic views of the Grand Teton Mountain Range from the Mural Dining Room at Jackson Lake Lodge are the finest in any National Park. Prepare yourself for a culinary experience with a twist which defines Rocky Mountain cuisine that is the perfect complement to the views. Executive Chef Josh Conrad offers local buffalo, sustainable seafood that includes local trout, wild caught salmon and all natural organic beef all prepared fresh at our on-site butcher shop, along with warm bread rolls, from our onsite bakery. For lunch we offer a selection of small dishes, organic salads, rustic sandwiches and light fare options. The dessert menu will blow you away with featured new age desserts along with homemade ice cream and sorbets.
5 Mi N of Moran
Moran, WY 83013
Contemporary American, Wild Game, Continental
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 7:00am - 9:30am
Lunch: Daily: 11:30am -1:30pm
Dinner: Daily: 5:30pm - 9:30pm
Grand Teton National Park
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Grand Teton Lodge Company’s Executive Chef Josh Conrad along with an illustrious team of catering and event professionals creates one of a kind magic.
Parking for the Mural Room is complementary at the Jackson Lake Lodge Parking lot.
Private Party Facilities:
The East Mural Room offers parties of up to 90 guests with a private space overlooking the Grand Teton Mountain Range.
Private Party Contact:
Levi Thorn: (307) 543-3005
Banquet, Corkage Fee, Gluten-free Menu, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Mural Room - Grand Teton Lodging Company Ratings and Reviews
I was expecting a more upscale restaurant than what the Mural Room actually is. The view was magnificent but it was crowded with tour groups that I would have expected to be in the restaurant next door. It was noisy, the service was extremely slow, and our meals were all cold as was our coffee. It took over thirty minutes to get our meals. We ordered off the menu instead of the buffet. I still would recommend the restaurant but solely for the view.
I'm willing to overlook the fact hat we had to wait about 15-20 min for our table despite making a reservation given that it was probably busy being the week of the eclipse. The view out the windows and ambience was very nice inside! However, the service and food were terrible. We had to track down our waiter to put our orders in and he never asked how our food was. He also didn't really treat us like we were valued customers - he just sort of threw our food in front of us and ran away. Furthermore, the food was pricy with small portions, and the quality of my food was terrible. My chicken had lots of bones, was a really small chicken, and had tough meat. It should have cost 1/4 of what it did! I wish I complained more there to let them know in person. It was already a late night, though, and we just wanted to get out of there.
I would avoid this place if possible! Our dining experiences elsewhere in the park were much better!
Overall, our experience was very good and you cannot beat the amazing view. The menu was varied and creative. One dish of buffalo steak was >50% fat and waste. The waiter agreed and got a replacement quickly - this was satisfactory on one hand but surprising this piece of "meat" would be served in the first place. Elk ribs were very good.
The food was amazing and the view of the Tetons certainly added to our dining experience. The service was a little slow and we got one item that was cold because it was an appetizer and came after our meal arrived. Other than that, a lovely evening. Families should be aware that it is a bit pricey !!!
Literally traveled across the country to eat in the famous Lake Jackson Lodge Mural Room watching sunset over the Tetons. Food and staff were generally superb, but...the bison carpaccio had so much arugula stacked on it, you couldn't see the very small helping of bison. Waiter asked if we wanted more bread, then returned to say they were out. Charged someone else's meal to my card, and I had to grab a busboy to get the waiter to come correct it.
Delicious food in a beautiful setting. The fresh baked bread was tasty and it was served with moose shaped butter. Yeah! I ordered the trout which came with a succotash of corn, lima beans and pancetta which was delicious. My spouse had the salmon with quinoa which he said was excellent. Service was very good and you can't miss the Tetons out the large windows.
Dinner was fine. Food was just okay. Dinner came out before we were finished our apps. And my dish was cool. Flavors were fine. The staff was really loud setting up for breakfast buffet. Just seemed like it was too much for a dinner over 200$. View was amazing and our waitress was great. Food just okay.
The Mural Room has an incredible view! My recommendation is to come enjoy cocktails and appetizers and the breathtaking views. The main course was expensive and marginal at best. Make a reservation and still be prepared to wait a bit. Toast to the Tetons and enjoy salads and appetizers! Save $100 on your entrees and enjoy an excursion instead.
We enjoyed our meal in a beautiful dining room. The food was very good. Although we were satisfied with the amount of food we had for our entrees we decided to have dessert. It was wonderful...so glad we decided to indulge. Attentive server and helper. Would definitely return when we are in the Jackson Lake area.
The setting of the restaurant is beautiful with expansive glass over looking Gran Teton National Park. The service is excellent, food is great, but the prices a bit steep for a family restaurant in a national park. Celebrated a birthday, but had to purchase a dessert, no complimentary birthday dessert of singing.
We dined early at a lovely table at the window. The setting is amazing.
Aspects of the meal were poor. The salad was composed largely of sweet peas, rather than mixed greens. The sweet pea tendrils were long, stringy and very difficult to cut. We both simply gave up trying to eat it. My salmon was very good, but the accompanying couscous bland. In it I found a pea size piece of plastic, which looked to be a piece of plastic container!
The lemon cheesecake with Huckleberry swirl was perfect, but my mom's brioche bowl was dried out and marred what would otherwise have been a lovely dessert.
Very high priced, so you expect higher quality. I recognize the main attraction is the setting, so next time I would skip salad and dessert and stick with the basics.
Was spending a week in Jackson hole with family and had heard great reviews.. was disappointed in bother the service and the food . Three of us had the prime rib and it was very fatty , it was very hard to find a piece worth eating ... our waiter forgot our drinks and one persons salad... but I must say the view was spectacular!!!! Just disappointed in the overall evening.
View was incredible. The food was okay. The service was terrible. The waiter could not remember to bring orange juice... it was breakfast. Nothing special about that request. Had to ask him twice. Never refilled the coffee. He could not have cared less about serving well.
The view out the window of The Mural Room of the Teton Mountain Range is breath taking and for this reason alone I would recommend this restaurant. View of a lifetime. The food was good; I had King salmon and my wife had duck leg, but the portions could have been bigger especially the veggie sides, given entrée prices of $30-$40. The Federal Gov't does auch a great job with our parks!
This was the most disappointing restaurant of our trip and probably one of the worst restaurants I've ever been to. The food was expensive, overly sweet (there are no savory options on the menu), and the service was bad. The server tried, but seemed like he wasn't trained well. There was also someone who was supposed to support him, but only came to the table once to introduce herself and was never seen again. I highly recommend to stay away from this restaurant. Bring a sandwich and watch the view instead.
The whole reason we stayed at Jackson Lake Lodge, was to dine at The Mural Room. The scenery was unbelievable, and we were fortunate enough to get a table next to the window, at sunset. However, my experience, past that, was only sub-par. The staff were a bit off-putting - not really friendly/accommodating as one would expect in an expensive restaurant. The food, itself, was decent - my salad was nothing special, and my other half seemed to enjoy the prime rib - neither of us were wowed. I'd definitely recommend the lodge, but given how many other dining options there are in the hotel, that are much less expensive, my suggestion is to take in the view outside, without having to pay high meal prices to do it.
Ate here three nights on a trip spanning Yellowstone and Grand Tetons. We had a large party, 10 people each night. Booked first day possible on OpenTable, and very glad we did.
Quick review: Was happy to eat here three nights in a row. Menu had enough variety and service was of enough quality to make it an enjoyable experience night after night. Could not say the same of the Canyon Lodge and Old Faithful Inn reservation restaurants, on the same trip; our group lasted two nights at each before seeking other options at those locations.
Full review: Given the stunning view of the Grand Tetons and location monopoly, the dining experience could be compromised; but not so. The menu had a variety of straightforward but tasty options; and some slightly unusual ones, such as elk short ribs. Given the size of our party, we probably ordered at least one of everything on the menu; some were delicious, most solid, but none a disappointment. And the menu did changed slightly once during our three nights.
Wine wise, given that they have a Wine Spectator Award of Excellence, we were expecting an extensive wine list. But the choices are closer to the minimum number needed for the award, of 90 selections. But within this smaller number you can do alright. They happened to carry our favorite sparkling wine and CA chard. And if planning ahead, corkage is $20.
We had three different sets of servers. There is the main server and assistant. Among the main servers, one was fine, and two were excellent. With large parties, there is a fixed 20% service fee, but we tipped extra for two of the main servers. While the Mural Room is a seasonal restaurant, the main servers had worked there for a couple seasons, which showed. Things ran fairly well; and very well considering the location.
We sat in three different locations. Being towards the center of the dining room, in the section adjacent to the windows - for the view - is best. But most locations have a very good view of the Tetons.
We ate there 2 nights on our recent vacation. The first night we had a very good meal of salmon, a nice wine and a wonderful chocolate dessert. The service and views were excellent. The second night was so bad we cancelled our reservation for a third night. The service was very slow even though the restaurant was not crowded. We ordered a vegetable curry (which is always available but not on the menu for some reason) and it arrived with almost no vegetables. We basically had a plate of rice for $28.00. The manager was very apologetic and did not charge us for our entrees. The room is nice and the views wonderful, and we did have 2 very good breakfasts there, so maybe give it a chance.
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