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.
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: 3075433005
Banquet/Private Rooms, Gluten-free Menu, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Mural Room - Grand Teton Lodging Company Ratings and Reviews
Food presented well but had mixed review ...
Food presented well but had mixed reviews from the participants. Shades pulled down due to sun so the view was just so so. Server was pleasant and helpful though. Overall, it seemed overrated to us, but comfortable dining.
Predictably mediocre dining in a Park Se ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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.
The service was top notch. Very attent ...
The service was top notch. Very attentive and friendly. The food was pricey, and not a great value for the price. I don't mind an expensive bill if the food was stellar, but the food was really pretty average. But zero complaints about the service.
Disappointed with menu options!
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.
Awesome location; the entree was good not great
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.
Our experience exceeded our expectations!
The view was fantastic! The service was exceptional and personal. We were celebrating my mother's 79th birthday and they treated her like a queen! The food was great! We would highly recommend this restaurant and we will be back!
Had dinner on 9/16/2015 and found everything to be wonderful. You can never be sure in a National Park if the food is going to taste like it came off a steam table and if it will be worth the price. Everything we had that evening was delicious and fresh tasting. A little pricey but worth it. The View of course can't be beat. As far a service, if you are lucky enough to get Daniel and his team you wil enjoy top notch service.
A Grand Experience
Our dinner at the Mural Rooms rates as one of our top ten dining experiences from Bangkok to Berlin to Buenos Aries. The combination of really good food appropriate to the local, one of the great views of North America, a friendly and worldly staff, and a magnificently designed and appointed room, are what make this a standout. Architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood designed many famous National Park structures including the noted Ahwahnee at Yosemite. Here, in his last major commission, is his only venture into mid-century Modernism with a "parkitecture" twist and it comes off fantastic. The NPS has recognized this landmark and has maintained both the Mural Room and the whole lodge with great care. It all combines for a most memorable dining experience.
Can't beat the view!
We made our reservation at sunset, and boy was it worth the wait! Watching the sun go down on the Tetons will always be a great memory! The service was wonderful. Not too many selections for dinner but I enjoyed the organic chicken very much.
40th Wedding Anniversary in the Mural Room
We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay at JLL! The hotel is wonderful. The shops offer just about everything you need or want. The room with the view of the Tetons is breathtaking! The staff is courteous and attentive and friendly. This has been an exceptional experience.
Now, with that said, there was one exception to perfectionism. The Mural Room host Friday night was rude and I wanted to give him lessons on how to speak and listen to customers. We watched, as we waited 30 minutes for our 7:30 reservations and we understand that happens, but with a few kind words he could have created less anger among those waiting. The evening attitude changed when we were seated and Hannah and her assistants served us. They saved our anniversary evening!
We appreciated the efforts of all the staff in providing us an anniversary celebration we will never forget!
The waiters here attend to your every wish. I asked for a specific change to the listed menu special and the waiter requested this to the chef, who accommodated me. I Loved this PLACE !!
Neil was one SPECIAL WAITER. He also had a sense of humor and helped with a few questions I had about the area. A VERY SPECIAL DINING EXPERIENCE INDEED !!
A really lovely place to enjoy a romantic dinner
We enjoyed a marvelous dinner here while on an anniversary trip. The welcome was very warm despite being extremely busy, and the service was mostly fantastic. There were some trainees that needed practice, and our senior waiter was stretched, but everyone was very pleasant and we didn't need much attention beyond getting our order in right. There was a large group seated beside us, but the noise level was not ridiculous. On the other side, we had an incredible sunset view of the Grand Tetons, fantastic. Everything we ate was fantastic, beautifully done and really delicious.
We enjoyed everything we had here. And a beautiful view! We sat in the second row from the windows so that we would face the view and it was outstanding.
Our service was excellent and the food nicely presented and very good! For Appetizers we had the Trout Salad and the Buffalo Carpacci. The only negative was the buffalo was extremely thin so it really just tasted like the truffle remoulade. For Entrees the Bison was outstanding and the Elk Loin very delicious. If we ever find ourselves in this part of the world again we would definitely come back!
Food construction was too out of the box ...
Food construction was too out of the box. I ordered a stuffed mushroom vegan entree and it was a fussy dish. Some elements like the carrot sauce were interesting but the mushroom itself was so sour, it ruined the experience for me. The peach dacquiose was similar. Extremely hard to eat.
Stunning View Unlike Diners....
The view was absolutely stunning and the food and service were very good, however the overall ambience was spoilt somewhat by the dress code or lack of by patrons. It was a shame as some people were dressed in what I can only describe as rather scruffy attire; I'm not suggesting formal evening wear but smart causal would have been good, some diners looked and smelled as if they had just come off the trail for the day!
No Moose Waffles at the "Moose Waffle Station"
On vacation to Jackson, Teton & Yellowstone for a week, so I planned out very carefully our dining out meals and reservations. We made a special trip on Sunday morning from Jackson to the Lodge (about an hour drive) to have the Lodge's Sunday brunch, which is marketed as having this great "Moose Waffle Station" with imprinted Moose on the waffles, moose shaped butter, etc. My kids are NUTS over moose and this was a special treat to drive over just for the brunch. We arrive - no Moose Waffle Station, only a regular waffle station, no moose butter, etc., despite photos from the Jackson Lake Lodge and menu both promoting this station. When I inquired I was told by the cook at the waffle station that the moose waffle iron got old and they hadn't bothered to replace it -- wow. So photos are all over the website, the current menu still says "Moose waffle station" and this was their response. That's not a fine dining experience or professional position. Either order a new moose waffle iron, or remove the photos and references on your menu and website. The rest of the food at brunch was fine, but very standard and nothing special --- we wouldn't have made the early morning trip (last seating for breakfast brunch is 9:30) but for this special part of the brunch. No one ever came by to refill water either - and my cranberry juice was never delivered. :(
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