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About The Granary Restaurant
The Granary is a fine dining restuarnt in the heart of Jackson Hole, with the finest views of the mountains in the valley. Located within the resort Spring Creek Ranch 1000 feet above the valley floor. The Granary features a regional western cuisine with a french flare. Award winning wine list. Live entertainment with Jazz on Friday nights. No reservations needed for breakfast, unless party larger than 6.
Jackson Hole, WY 83001
Contemporary American, European, American
Hours of Operation:
Full Time Summer Season:
Breakfast Daily from 7AM-11AM
Lunch Daily from 11AM-2PM
Dinner Nightly from 5PM-9PM
Full Time Winter Season:
Breakfast Daily from 7AM-11AM
Lunch Saturdays from 11AM-2PM
Dinner Nightly from 4PM-9PM
Breakfast Friday-Sunday from 7AM-11AM
Lunch Saturdays from 11AM-2PM
Dinner Thursday-Saturday from 5PM-9PM
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Jazz Thursday nights (summer only)
Jazz on Friday nights year round
Piano on Saturday nights year round
New Years Eve Jazz ensemble
Entertainment on special evenings
Spring Creek Ranch along with the Granary Restaurant will cater functions, weddings, intimate dinner or special events in one of our private condominiums or Mountain Villas as well as in the Jackson Hole area.
The Granary offers parking shared with Spring Creek Ranch. This is a short walk around our trout pond to the restuarant.
Private Party Facilities:
Guests are able to buyout the restaurant for events, weddings, or private dinners.
Private Party Contact:
Bryon Elliott: (307) 732-8116
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Granary Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
Fabulous food with an incredible view. Difficult accessibility for handicapped persons, but possible. The hostess was very helpful in directing us to the side entrance after we arrived. Reserve early and request a table by a window. The views are mesmerizing! Everything we ordered was delicious. The Teton burrito was especially good!
Food was salty . Fish was sent back very mushy . Potatoes were old . Scallops we're good but very salty . Cauliflower purée was tasty . Wedge salad very average . Lettuce was fresh .
Elk stake was a little tough.
Not worth the price . The location is beautiful . Food below average for JH .
The food was wonderful and the views amazing, the building is dated and that would probably
be overlooked if the service was better. The server was new and probably had never waited tables before, and seemed to have had very little training. The wait staff does not work together so our party of 4 had our salads and entrees all come out at different times and cocktails as well. You need patience to dine here but the food was worth the wait.
Great view unfortunately the food (our meals) were marginal. No Vegan options or willing guess of chef to accommodate a dish. My recommendation is to enjoy the bar and scenery and skip the restaurant. Food spatter wall onset window didn't help either. Much better choices in nearby Jackson Hole.
We took our out of town friends to the Granary for a quiet dinner with a spectacular view and good service based on our experiences back in the early 2000s. We are from Houston and come to Jackson a couple times a year but had not been to the Granary in several years. The food was pretty good. However, George, our server acted like he had somewhere else to go as he wanted to take our drink, appetizer, and entree orders all at once. That's always a red flag for me. He removed my cocktail glass before I finished with it and I had to chase him down. The wine list was pretty good, but they were out of our first choice. George acted like it was our fault. Describing a salad with white anchovies and then serving only one anchovy is cheap. With so many other better choices in Jackson, I won't be back to the Granary until I hear it has turned the corner.
We have wanted to dine at the Granary for years while visiting Jackson Hole and finally took the opportunity to do so. The food was wonderful and the view of the Tetons can't be beat. A great alternative to anything in town. Staff were friendly and service was very good. Glad we finally made it!
The view here is outstanding, but we were there on a cloudy day. It was still enjoyable to watch the weather change. We thoroughly enjoyed our food and wine. We had elk and pheasant and the flourless chocolate for dessert. Yum. We won't wait til the end of the season next time.
A perfect birthday dinner experience for my wife which starts with an unmatched restaurant view of the Tetons. From the bottle of wine, through the trout dip, to the best prepared elk tenderloin, to the delicious pheasant, finishing with chocolate cake and creme brulee. Top this with George, one of the most attentive and personable waiters that we have had the pleasure of being served.
A changing menu of locally sourced items. The elk tenderloin was incredible. The scenic view of both Jackson Hole and the Grand Tetons, as well as the iconic Spring Gulch, is incredible.
We were well attended, the food was quickly delivered and it was a very quiet evening due to the Zac Brown Band concert at the Rendezvous Festival 2017 at Jackson Hole.
The value was also incredible. It cost less than 2/3 a meal of similar quality in Telluride the week prior. The wine list by the bottle was a steal. I will be back.
The view is magnificent ! I haven't figured out why all the food in Jackson hole is so expensive . The quality doesn't seem that well. Living in Lousiana we have such good quality food for have the prices.
Eating here will cost 100 .00 for two people that's without drinks .
Only one other couple in the restaurant due to bad driving conditions outside so it was quiet and we sat looking at roaring fire in the fireplace. My husband had the carrot soup and his main dish of Pheasant which were both good. I had the short rib and it was just ok...nothing stood out to me, but presentation was nice.
This was a five star experience with good weather to view the mountains before the sun set, nice quiet atmosphere, excellent and perfectly prepared local food. We had Elk medallions and the local steelhead. Both of us shared and enjoyed both. The daily carrot soup with Thai seasoning was really good. It was a very special meal.
Staff was very friendly, however, the food was mediocre. Had breakfast and the buttermilk biscuits were semi-hard and borderline rubbery. There was orange zest in the butter. They placed saffron on everything--breakfast burrito, biscuits and gravy, etc.--overused. The view of the mountains is excellent, but inside, the restaurant needs some love. The restrooms are run down and need to be renovated badly.
This place came recommended but I must have offended that person because, other than the service, which was great, everything else was not so great. Let's start with where it's located, in the middle of nowhere. I mean, when you GPS this you'll end up going down a dark and winding road and the whole time you're thinking "where in the world is this place"? To actual find it, we called and the guy guided us in but it was still EXTREMELY difficult to find. There was only one other party eating here, not a good sign. The bread tasted like it had been sitting around for days and the tossed it in the microwave, terrible. Had the Korean short ribs, also terrible. Anytime you have to "saw" a piece of meat in order to take a bite you know you're in trouble. Had the Wild Boar and also the seared scallops. Boar was as tough as leather and the scallops where out of can. The risotto tasted like a bag of Uncle Bens rice. Overall, This was a big let down for us.
As others have noted, the view of the Tetons from the dining room is spectacular and definitely worth the experience. The service and helpfulness of the staff was sublime; everyone should be so lucky as to have Veronica as their server. And at first taste, we thought the food would live up to the view and service. The kale purée soup was amazing, as was the seared tuna appetizer. But of the four entries we ordered, one was absolutely superb (the elk tenderloin). The chicken and salmon were both strangely salty and weren't accompanied by very good side dishes. And my wife's quinoa vegetarian dish was a disaster: somehow both watery and chalky, and not particularly good tasting. Dessert was fine and so was the decaf cappucino. If we had all ordered the elk tenderloin, this would be a five-star review, but the rest of the food simply didn't come close to that.
We will never go again. Waited an hour for a fireplace table and never got the one promised. Food not up to our standards. Adequate service.
Service tip was ridiculous. The amount given should be at the discretion of the guests depending on food and service.
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