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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
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.
I went through Opentable to book a restaurant for Christmas day. I found the Granary available and thought the reviews were good. The problem was no where did I get notice that their usual restaurant was not available and we had a buffet. I hate buffets and never would have booked this. The buffet was $47/pp plus drinks - the food was not good, cold - all in all - terrible. So sorry- we were really looking forward to a great meal - maybe on a regular day it's better.
Always a great meal at The Granary. Veronica took excellent care of our party of five. Before our meal started coming a larger table opened up and she thought we'd be more comfortable at it. She was very attentive and very personable. Food was delicious and everyone was happy with their order.
We went to the Granary on a recommendation from another out of town guest, it was recommended based on the amazing views. It sits atop a mountain and the views are spectacular. The food and service were just OK, nothing spectacular. All of the food was overly salted and the salads were sub-par, especially for the price. We are glad we went to be able to experience the wonderful views before the sunset but I'm not sure we would go back.
My husband and I ate at the Granary for our 15th anniversary. It was everything we hoped for. The food was amazing! There weren't many other diners so we had most of the restaurant to ourselves. The view and atmosphere were pe lrfect to celebrate our special day.
Went to this restaurant for Thanksgiving buffet dinner with family. It was a beautiful view, a great ambiance, but the food left certain things as "I wish they had..." kind of scenario, and it wasn't a situation that you saw your plate completely empty at the end or "you could have done better" kind of feel to it. Don't get me wrong, the food is good. But for the price, it's close to the point of not being worth it. I do think however, that they their regular menu is stronger than this year's thanksgiving spread, for sure; but it is also "playing it safe". All in all, it is great food overall, but just left a bit disappointed with this year's thanksgiving.
After 2 nights dining at the Granary Restaurant, I can't say anything negative. View awesome, service impeccable,food exquisite. We dine out often and our server Veronica was by far the most gracious,knowledgeable and attentive server we have had. Food was served in a timely fashion, yet we never felt rushed. Veronica's suggestions were so on key. One of the best restaurants I have ever been to.
We went to The Granary to celebrate my 50th birthday. From the moment we arrived the server appeared to have no experience in fine dining. Never were we given a wine or cocktail list, we had to ask. And, for a restaurant of this caliber and price, he knew nothing and could not provide recommendations. We felt rushed as the pacing was awkward. He did not seem to understand or assist with menu. Never was there ever any warm, friendly banter...no guidance in the menu was never given. The elk tenderloin my husband had was very good, my steak was average. And, when we asked to take the leftovers he returned with a grocery bag with items inside. The presentation was shocking and sloppy. He could not figure out how to use our visa gift card...the evening was a disaster. Horrible expensive night.....never would recommend.
You cannot beat the view. We went for lunch and ordered a delicious bison burger with brie and caramelized onions. The best burger we had on the trip. Friendly service. A nice place to start the trip. We went right from the airport. It is way out of town up a mountain.
Love the Granary. We have been many times before. Unfortunately this time there were two large parties (30+) each in the dining room and it was too loud to sit there. We moved upstairs to the bar. Not much better. Next time l'll call the day of my reservation and if there are large parties I will cancel.
We went to the Granary for supper while we were visiting Grand Teton National Park. The Granary has a fantastic view of the Tetons from the dining room where almost every table has a good view. The food was excellent with a great variety of different types of food. We would highly recommend this place to anybody visiting the area for a special meal.
I had 3 guests from out of town. They thought the manager was a bit "flip" with them & not knowledgeable about any specials that evening or if there were any at all.
I was embarrassed when one of my guests ordered a second glass of chardonay, without telling her they were out of it, they brought her a glass of "something" she didn't recognize or like.
When she told the server, only then did they admit the error.
We asked for the manger but he was on the phone.
I'd be hard pressed to return with guests.
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