About Mural Room - Grand Teton Lodging Company
5 Mi N of Moran
Moran, WY 83013
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.
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
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.
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.
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!
Such a special place - amazing view and great service + great food. We loved our time at the Mural Room... we were checking the facility for an event next year, and thought the staff was top-notch, and the food was well prepared. Loved the Peruvian purple mashed potatoes!
Maybe I just expected too much but for the price (i.e. $42 for "rack of lamb" which was two very fatty chops) I think high expectations were justified but not met. Music was weird but at least not loud. They wouldn't open the sheer curtains for the view even though it was thoroughly overcast. Not very accommodating for dietary requirements. Very skimpy on vegetables (and small potions overall). They had on a board at the entrance all this wonderful information about things like healthy children's menu - but was just standard kids meals.
Magnificent view of Mt Moran and murals of old Jackson Hole rendezvous and other western scenes. My wife had a fillet and i had elk loin. Both were very good. We shared a very serviceable and reasonable Malbec. I left my credit card in the slot and left the restaurant. Matt, our server secured it and sent it to security from whom I retrieved it the next day. thanks guys we will be back.
Family of 5 had an enjoyable "farewell dinner" for our Yellowstone/Grand Teton trip. Favorites were the Mountain Mojito and special deconstructed Huckleberry S'More. Before we arrived, we were worried about getting a good seat by the window. No problem! If you have reservations, you get seated in the section closest to the windows. It looked like parties of 2 were right up against the window, but our party of 5 had a great view and were 3 tables back.
Predictably mediocre dining in a Park Service hotel. Massive crowds and general milling about. The food was pretty bad, though servers were friendly and reasonably competent. Views in the restaurant are spectacular. Worth going here if you are staying in the park.
First, we had a table by the window... a must for sunset dining. Then exceptional service (from Judd) start to finish. Every course from the Mural salad to the Idaho trout to the Prime Rib to the assorted sorbets was outstanding. Judd even brought a candle (with dessert) in celebration of a birthday. We'll be back! Kevin in Denver
Without fear of contradiction, the early evening Equinox view from the Mural Room at Jackson Lake Lodge is on or above par with any place in the world. The combination of Willow Flats, Jackson Lake and Wyoming's stunning Teton Range are unparalleled.
The youthful servers including Kate, a young woman from Spain and another young woman from New York, was impeccable. This was my in-laws' 60th Anniversary celebration and my wife and I planned it for a long time. They enjoyed the buffalo tenderloin, the salads, especially the sourdough bread with seeds and mild Rieslings and Pinots very much. My large rare cut of prime rib was exemplary. Desserts were very nice-especially the creme brûlée rendition Kate saw to it that the kitchen produced for Dennis and Cornelia.
I worked as a fishing guide for Grand Teton Lodge Co. many years ago and it was a treat to introduce my wife and in-laws to this special resort.
What an evening, the view, the food, the winelist. Very enjoyable meal in a historic lodge in the grand fashion. We hadn't been there for a couple of years and everything exceeded our expectations. The menue changes were a surprise based on what was posted online, but the choices were excellent. Will be returning sooner than later.
If you are in Grand Teton National Park and would like a nice meal, this is the place to go. It is not your typical National Park food. It is nicely presented and tasty. It is a bit on the spendy side but it is a fine dining experience and you will not find a place with such an amazing view to enjoy a nice meal with. We try to make it a tradition to visit whenever we are in the park.
The lodge has a billion dollar view. The restaurant serves food that belongs on the dollar menu. Prime rib ordered by four of us. Poor quality. Very over cooked. Charcuterie plate should have been called dried out lunch meat plate. Even the Caesar salad was a miss. Stop at lodge and enjoy a beer in the bar. Pass on the restaurant.
Spectacular setting and an interesting menu, where the word interesting means a bit off-putting. While my husband greatly enjoyed his trout salad and trout entree, and I loved the trout salad appetizer, I was not able to find anything else I wanted to order (that was enough trout for one night). This never happens! The chef used a handful of flavorings (lavender, sun-dried tomatoes, coconut) that simply don't appeal to me, and used them in nearly every dish. I ended up with veal cheeks which were quite fatty and not very appealing. I will give the Mural Room another try because it is so gorgeous, and maybe chef will add some other tastes to his list.
Very few healthy items on menu. The soup options were very high fat. The vegetable wellington also was a very heavy dish. The vegetarian wellington came with a tomato sauce that did not fit the dish. The pureed carrots would have been a better fit. Would like to see new innovative healthy dishes rather than the classic high fat. Anyone can make food taste good with cream and butter. Not enough vegetarian options. Would not go back unless they change the menu.
The smoked trout salad was awesome.
The entrees were just not up to what you'd expect at pretty high prices. I had the Elk but it just needed more interesting seasoning.
My wife had the ribeye and it was a bit tough but again, more interesting prep would have made it great.
But all-in-all a very good experience.
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