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.
Contemporary American, European, American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday through Wednesday Continental only 7:00am to 11:00am, Thursday through Sunday Full Breakfast 7:00am to 11:00am. Lunch Saturday 12:00pm to 2:00pm. Dinner Wednesday through Saturday 5:00pm to 9:00pm. Lounge open Wednesday through Saturday 4:00pm to 10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, 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:
Wes Clarke: 307-732-8116
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Granary Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
The view is simply the icing on the cake ...
The view is simply the icing on the cake. The food was well prepared, as we remembered from our last vacation to the area three years ago. Tables on the window were a bit cramped. Our server was unfamiliar with the menu and dish ingredients/preparations, and did a lot of "you guys" which seemed to0 casual for a more upscale restaurant. The wine list was a bit underwhelming.
The elk, sea scallops and other entrees were excellent. The salmon starter was fantastic.
View of U.S. Serengheti
Smoked trout dip, exceptional. Chef comes out of the kitchen seeking input to insure satisfaction of guests. Probably the best restaurant view in Jackson. Well thought out menu, not packed with the usual suspects of Jackson's fine dining competitors. Well worth the extra distance to savor the setting and the wonderful repast.
My wife and I spent our first anniversar ...
My wife and I spent our first anniversary with the granary and couldn't have been happier. The service was amazing and the elk medallions were melt in your mouth tender! No amount of words can explain the view, it is truly stunning and makes for an amazing dining experience.
Mother's Day Brunch
There were four in our party and we all had the brunch. The quiche, egg/spinach cups, and the fingerling potatoes were all cold. These three items weren't even warm.
When you are paying $50 per person, you expect hot food.
The view was fabulous!
The food is AMAZING!
Although they changed their menu from our last visit, a year ago, we truly enjoyed some of the new items. The Game Lasagna was delicious and the Japanese Fish from fish of the day was mouth watering. We do miss the Bison Tenderloin on the menu as that was our favorite but very pleased with the new choices. The service is wonderful as the staff is very friendly and eager to please their guests. We vist the Granary every year for our Anniversary and have never been disappointed.
Great food; just add a little warm ambiance
We enjoyed a wonderful dinner at The Granary-- our first time there in 18 years of coming to Jackson Hole. The views of the Tetons are fantastic but what really stood out for us was the quality and tastefulness of the food. The elk medallions got great reviews from our group as did the salmon, trout and elk/tuna spring rolls and the salads were also excellent. Our only advice would be to add a little warmth to what was a pretty plain decor-- maybe some candles no the tables at night and a little more color. Overall a great dinner was enjoyed by all.
Foodie Fave right next to Amangani ...
The Granary is the top flight restaurant in Jackson (& it would be amongst the top tier in NY, LA, Chicago or elsewhere - Yes, it really is that special). Beautifully situated in Spring Creek Ranch only 5-7 minutes from town center, on a mountainside with spectacular views. Vibrant bar scene on entry level & spacious, but intimate, restaurant just down the stairs. Uber-scale wood decor theme & furnishings are perfect. Nice deep wine list & special drink's menu - try the signature Margarita w juices & hint of jalapeño, you'll like! Chef Levitz does a creative menu with unique twists using farm fresh local sourcing & classic regional dishes like Elk, Buffalo and Tenderloin. Top flight all the way. Nice mixture of clients with 1/3rd being locals and the rest as guests of Spring Creek, Amangani & other resorts - fun crowd. This is the special place to savor regional & international cuisine in a classic Jackson setting. You'll enjoy!
We are locals to Jackson and this was ou ...
We are locals to Jackson and this was our first time eating at The Granary. My husband got the spring rolls and chicken. It was the best chicken we have ever had. I ordered a salad and the scallops that were on special. Both incredible! Great service and of course, Teton views. Our new favorite restaurant!
The absolutely best view of the Teton Mountain range!! You cannot find a better view. That alone makes this place. The elk tenderloin was cooked to rare and the mashed potatoes with huckleberries was a pleasant surprise. Sweet and salty. Highly recommend it. The seared tuna was overcooked to be seared, but still tasty. Elk and tuna spring roll were awesome. BUT, the absolute BEST was their creme brulee with a huckleberry topping!!! YES!!!
Service was almost a bit too great. I was looking for a relaxing, slow dining experience and we were a bit rushed. We had to ask the waitress to come back later several times.
We were looking for a romantic, celebration dinner. The dinning room had a couple of families with kids that ran around and were a bit loud for me.
Upstairs bar had a jazz band that was pretty good and I enjoyed the live music.
Overall....yes!! Even if you don't eat, go get a drink at the bar and watch the sunset on the balcony. You will not find a better view.
I'd go back but not first choice.
The view this restaurant offers of the Tetons is amazing but have to get there before sunset. We highly recommend the cheese plate as an appetizer. It's has lots of choices and is a great value. The waitress messed up my wife's order and I had the game lasagna which I recommend. It had good flavor. We finished off dinner with jelato. I would go back but not my favorite as far as entries. They also had live music which was nice.
Beautiful view but nothing else was beautiful
The waitress was uninformed about the menu (when asked what something on the plate was, she replied-- 'a garnish, like watered down carrots') and inattentive, despite the fact that the dining room was almost empty. The food was truly mediocre-- soggy beef wellington, elk steaks not cooked to order, inedible soup of the day. Very expensive and very disappointing.
Incredible view, decent food
The Granary has an amazing view of the Grand Tetons! The food was good but not the best. Most items were overcooked and/ or lacked the best ingredients. The service was good once they figured out who was working our table. It was a bit pricey but you pay for the view. The drink selection was great. I'd go again but maybe just for drinks at the bar.
I've eaten here several times and the Granary never fails to exceed my expectations. It's one of the best if not THE best in Jackson. The food is excellent, service is great and the view (when it isn't dark) is simply unbelievable. Now....it isn't cheap so don't go thinking you're going to save a lot of cash. But in my opinion, it's worth every cent! I only wish it had been summer when it doesn't get dark in the middle of the afternoon so we could have dined while looking out at the Tetons. Oh well....another time.
Love the Granary
It was really nice to see some updates to the menu this year, especially for breakfast.
The elk for dinner was great, as always. and some of the new breakfast items were fantastic--specifically the grilled goat cheese, fig and honey sandwich--awesome!
A spectacular view but in need of some TLC
The view is simply amazing, food in honest, no peaks, no valleys but the restaurant, like the whole Spring Valley Creek resort is in serious need of TLC... gives the impression of not being too clean and with old and worn out furniture. A pity because it would be a knock out place....
#3 in top 10 Restaurant Views - People Magazine
We got to the Restaurant early and we were told that the best table was # 6 by a regular at the bar. We were there before sunset and went out on the deck to take pictures of a Gorgeous Sunset! The meal was Wonderful and we stopped by the bar to listen to the live entertainment on the way out. If we didn't have an early flight the next morning we would have stayed later.
The delight of this restaurant is multiple due to the exceptional view of the Teton Mountain range and the ambiance of the room itself. Then with exceptional choice of excellent prepared and presented food. The young and talented new chef has presented a menu of appealing choice and reasonable price considering the total enjoyment offered at this location. The service and presentation was well done and added to the appreciation of the dining experience. We highly recommend this restaurant to all.
fabulous meal and scenery
Got a window table and the view of the Grand Tetons took my breath away. The bar made a great martini and the wine list was a pleasant sirprise in that there were many notable wines that were only moderately priced. I ordered the daily special, a pheasant, which was excellent and the veggies weren't over cooked. I plan to come here every time I'm back in Jackson Hole. The restaurant is located outside of town and if you're having an early week day dinner, make allowance for the 5 o' clock rush hr traffic jam. Yes, even in Jackson Hole!
Dinner at The Granary
My husband & I have had wonderful meals at The Granary in the past. We were visiting the area again with friends & it was at the top of our list of restaurants for dinner. What a disappointment! The appetizer was very good; however, 1)my husband's seafood dish was undercooked, 2) my friend's & my pheasant entree was good but all the vegetable sides were not cooked. In fact, the squash medley was so hard that it was inedible. We were extremely disappointed & embarrassed by the visit & will not return. Only the view was spectacular!
Unique Restaurant in Jackson Hole
So many great ones here, but this one was up on a mountain with an incredible view! Go for sunset to watch the mountainside change. Night we went there was a mother moose eating small tree leaves in the parking lot with her calf! Just 50' from where we stood in front of the restaurant entry. No loud crowd. Our waitress Marta was great.
My wife and I enjoy exploring fine eating establishments throughout our travels and were anticipating great things from the Granary based upon the reviews. The sunset view was spectacular and was the only thing that was not a disappointment. We were seated promptly upon arrival at our scheduled reservation time. Unfortunately, it went downhill from there. We were greeted by our waiter, then essentially ignored. The table of four next to us arrived 10-15 min later and received there drinks, appetizers, and entrees before us, finished and left the restaurant before we did too. I specifically ordered a Bulleit Rye Manhatten and was delivered an "Orange Manhatten"...whatever that is? After our appetizers, both our seafood and elk entrees arrived stone cold and had to be returned. The waiter was very apologetic as expected and offered a free dessert. We chose the recommended bread pudding. What we received was apparently the Teton Mt version of bread pudding! It was a cold, tasteless muffin without any topping or anything resembling a standard bread pudding, just inedible. My wife described it as a leftover breakfast muffin! As we were leaving, the bar tender upstairs asked us about our experience. After we shared our thoughts, he graciously offered a free cocktail. We accepted and listened to a great band. The head chef then politely introduced himself and sincerely appreciated the feedback. A very professional approach to customer service recovery. Overall, I suspect we just picked the wrong time and day and randomly seemed jinxed from the beginning.
Excellent but pricey
The food was superb, as was the service. I would go again just for the view, especially at sunset.
My friend and I started with the tomato bisque and the caesar's salad. Both excellent. Then we had the elk tenderloin. Neither of us had ever had elk before, and had not had good experiences with the local game served in other restaurants here, but this I highly recommend. It was tender and juicy and very flavorful. The sides were good too.
A lovely experience, worth the money.
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