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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
We were staying at the Jackson Lake Lodge and dined at the Mural Room two of three nights. The salmon and scallops were wonderful! We dine here every year and these were two of our best meals. Our waiter, Richard, is highly professional and added significantly to the experience.
We were staying at the Lodge so dining here was very convenient. The beautiful view was hidden by the shades that were drawn against the sun. That was a disappointment. The staff was friendly and attentive. There must be some type of shade that filters the sun but allows viewing.
They clearly have lost their chef and kitchen staff. The food was marginal at best, and the prices are far too high. This used to be a decent place to eat, but no more. Breakfasts and dinners were all generally bad. It doesn't even meet the standards of fast casual.
Nice place, good food, reasonable service but overrated. The view is ok, but in the outside area you find better views of the mountains, mostly because the curtains block the view until late in the evening, when the sun falls down. But overall, it,s a nice place to visit if you do not expect much...
While the service was excellent, the food was only OK. Maybe it was what we ordered. The braised elk short ribs came highly recommended by our waiter. However, the meat did not fall off the bone, but was rather chewy. The corn and smoked trout soup was delicious.
This was our first visit to the Mural Room and we were very impressed. The restaurant is impressive in it's own right but truly remarkable considering it's location in Jackson Lake Lodge in the middle of Grand Teton National Park! We had dinner there three times during our stay in the Park and were blown away at the high level of service and excellent food quality. And the views of the Grand Teton mountains from the expansive dining room were absolutely breath-taking! A great restaurant!
I don't remember when I returned food to the kitchen. Here I returned the food twice. This was possibly the worst restaurant meal we have ever had. That's a strong statement, but the food was awful. The veal tasted fishy. I returned it, and it came back overly salted and full of tarragon. The elk was tough, chewy, full of fat, and overpriced. The server was OK. The view of the Tetons is fantastic. You can see the same view from the hotel lobby or the bar. Absolutely do not eat here.
Our meal was delicious. Soup and salad portions were large enough to share. The prime rib was perfectly cooked and the portion was generous. Waitress Sidney was pleasant and attentive. The view was magnificent after the screen/shade was lifted.
We stayed at the Jackson Lake Lodge and had dinner in the Mural Room two nights in a row. I had the wild Alaskan salmon both nights, which was delicious and perfectly cooked. The first night my husband had the trout, which was way over cooked. He should have sent it back, it was so overdone. The second night he joined me in the salmon and he raved about it too.
Their stength is the view to the Teton Mtns. The Mural Room is their prime location. We booked this weeks in advance. When we got there we discovered they covered the windows with a sun filtering cloth which totally distoyed the view. Since the cloth was on individual windows and the sun was not an issue we asked them to raise them. They refused were quite adamant and rude. We left for the outside bar which had the view. Very disapointed.
Probably the best meal I've had in a national park lodge. Everyone was satisfied with their food, and the service was attentive. It's spendy but not outrageous. The tenderloin I had was cooked perfectly. Surprisingly not entirely full on Memorial Day weekend, though a reservation is recommended; and I'm told the summer gets extremely busy. The tables right next to the windows are two tops, so with a party of three or four the closest you'll be is one table back from the windows but it's still a great view.
The aspect is westerly so Dinner with strong setting sun required the shades to be drawn thereby obscuring the view. Breakfast or Lunch would be better if you want to take full advantage of the view. We enjoyed the Wagyu Bone Marrow and The Elk short ribs along with the smoked trout salad. The Buffalo Carpaccio and the Cheesecake both very disappointing and need urgent attention. Service was excellent!
This beautiful restaurant in stunning scenery is enjoyable. For the price we paid I was a bit disappointed to be served skim milk when I asked for cream for coffee and cold bread. Perhaps this is their policy at the end of the season to cut back on things but there was no reduction of prices. Our entrees were delicious.
Visiting from CT we followed our daughters recommendation to dine here because of the fabulous windows looking out at the Teton Mountains and Jackson Lake. She had been at the lodge for a conference. I am handicapped and have special needs, which were immediately honored by all staff. We got the window seats we requested, which were hot because of the evening sun but cooled once the sun set. Our meal was delicious, (roast beef and tenderloin done just as we wanted)The presentation very nice, the service excellent, and the sunset lovely. My dessert of the chocolate cake was the perfect size and scrumptious. While it is one of the most expensive meals of our vacation it was well worth it.
The service and view were very good, but the value for the money was poor. An example: My wife ordered the lamb chops for $42. There were exactly 2 small lamb chops on the plate. She wasn't expecting a whole rack of lamb..... but 2??
This was the ultimate ending to a great stay in the area. We had spent three days visiting the Grand Teton National Park and decided to end our stay with a great meal and an outstanding view of the Tetons. I had read about the Mural Room, but until you come to the Jackson Lake Lodge and sit at window table (a request that the staff fulfilled), you really don't know how grand (pun intended) the view is. When you have great company & gourmet cuisine, throwing in this view just makes the visit even more rewarding.
The views from the restaurant are lovely. The service is variable with the staff spending a lot of time talking to customers rather than taking orders and bringing food, wine etc. Far from fine dining as we had been led to expect.
Food was OK but not the fine dining they claim. Even when you book months ahead you take pot luck on getting a window seat over people who turn up on the night which is frustrating. Service a little fast as though they wanted to get you out so they could go home!
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