About The White Buffalo Club
Cellars at The White Buffalo Club offers the only New York style ambiance seven days a week in its USDA Prime beef steakhouse. Excellent drinks and service bolster the most versatile menu in town that boasts fresh seafood entrees, excellent salads and appetizers, as well as its staple, sizzling prime steak. Not to be missed, with over 1,100 bottles of wine in house, is a wine experience carefully designed to match the award winning menu. Two blocks off town square on the corner of Millward and Gill. Private dining and large groups available upon request. Reservations recommended.
Steakhouse, Seafood, American
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Wednesday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Local town shuttle stop one block from the front door, accessing all of Jackson, plus quick service to Teton Village and back.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cigar Room, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The White Buffalo Club has three private dining options; the main restaurant seating up to 40 ppl, elegant private room seating up to 20 ppl, or both options together seating maximum of 60 ppl.
The White Buffalo Club Ratings and Reviews
Wife and I stayed at Buffalo club in Apr ...
Wife and I stayed at Buffalo club in April this year before buying house. Now that we moved here full time, we decided to try the dining experience. Our steaks and sides were cooked to perfection. Wait staff were friendly, informative and attentive. We had the steamed muscles appetizer, which was awesome too. We ate so much food we were unable to try deserts. Parking was easy (on street) and free (no valet necessary).
Amazing! We had just gotten into town on ...
Amazing! We had just gotten into town on a Sunday evening and had a late 8:45pm reservation... not many other diners and we were so thrilled at our amazing find in this restaurant. Service was good and the food was the best we've had in at least a year... we expected it to be good but it went far beyond that. We had the steelhead and halibut and both were prepared perfectly.
The atmosphere was nice as it was not cr ...
The atmosphere was nice as it was not crowded. The food was good, but choices few. The wait / bar staff were very courteous. The value for cost in our mind was poor. With all the choices in the area, it is doubtful we will be back.
Excellant service. Perfectly cooked fo ...
Excellant service. Perfectly cooked food.
Great salads and appetizers. Cozy and dark, a very classy
space. You can actually carry on a conversation here.
Our waiter and bartender were both knowledgable and
attentive, and friendly.
First time at the White Buffalo and with ...
First time at the White Buffalo and without a doubt, best steak in Jackson.
My 8 oz fillet was cooked to perfection. I could have cut it with a fork. Side dish of mushrooms and onions also perfect.
I'll definitely be back with family and friends who visit us in town.
We always ask the locals when we visit a ...
We always ask the locals when we visit a place where they like to eat. A lady that works at Trailside Gallery, said WB was one of her favorite places to dine. The bacon wrapped date appetizer was amazing. We each had the halibut and it was perfect. The bread is also delicious. The desserts are made in house. The restaurant only holds 45, which keeps it small and intimate, as well as quiet. Everything gets 5 stars!
The service was excellent and the food w ...
The service was excellent and the food was very good. There was a party of ten that were overly loud and obnoxious. When asked to be a little less loud. One of the women said that they want to be obnoxious. For a small space it was difficult to have an enjoyable meal.
We entered the restaurant and they was n ...
We entered the restaurant and they was no hostess so the waiter was doing both jobs. Their sign board said their drink special was roasted peaches and jalapeño margarita. The waiter said they didn't have it because they were out of peaches in the bar. But the kitchen had peaches but couldn't use. I then ordered a margarita with a splash of OJ. he said they didn't have orange juice. Then he said they were out of mix so he would made a different one for me. My husband ordered the pork chop he said it was good. I ordered wedge salad and soup of the day. It was ok. The service was mediocre. I wouldn't go back.
A bit of a disappointing experience in l ...
A bit of a disappointing experience in light of the good ratings others have given. Maybe it was just a bad night. Why? The "tower wedge" wasn't a wedge or a tower at all but a tiny mound of lettuce with some blue cheese and bacon. But their first attempt had rust-colored lettuce on the bottom, meaning it was past its expiration date. The sliders were plain, unimaginative, but my burger was great. The service was friendly and reasonable quick. The couple sitting next to us, however, got tired of waiting for service and took off before ordering. Overall, with so many great restaurants in Jackson Hole, this one will need to improve.
Only our steaks were good! Appetizers of ...
Only our steaks were good! Appetizers of bacon wrapped dates were burnt and hard as rocks. Sent them back and waiter brought out another plate exactly the same way. Never ate them and was still charged. Brussels sprouts leaves not cleaned and ends untrimmed and served burnt. Leaves were black and the consistency of a greasy potato chip. No one seemed to care about the quality of product or satisfaction of the customer. Managers response was "We're all human, we all make mistakes." Never apologized just charged full price for a VERY disappointing meal. Very apathetic attitude by manager.
Service was excellent, first ones to arr ...
Service was excellent, first ones to arrive so restaurant was empty. Server was friendly and knowledgeable. Bacon wrapped dates were outstanding, as were the Cheddar Grits. My Filet was melt-in-your mouth perfect, but spouse's halibut was even better if possible. (I tasted, pure envy) Pricey meal but very very good.
The meal was delightful...however, four ...
The meal was delightful...however, four of the five of had filets medium rare, we received two end cuts, one approx. 3" in height and one 2" in height...there was a lack of consistency. We also ordered High Water Vodka, which is made in Jackson which they didn't carry....three of the five ordered High Water. One ordered a virgin mary...no tomato juice. Thank you.
It seams the hotels in town don't seem t ...
It seams the hotels in town don't seem to recommend or know much about this restaurant but it's really good. I had the wedge salad and the Bison ribeye and it was delicious! We also had a fillet that was wonderful. Mac and cheese just so so. The server was super knowledgeable. By far the best food we had in the area. By the way, they are the only restaurant in town with Prime meat. The restaurant does seam to get a much older and established crowd but don't let that scare you off.
Smoke alarm went off many tines which wa ...
Smoke alarm went off many tines which was very inconsiderate. We have always had a great experience here so we brought 5 guests from out of town - food was still outstanding but our waiter was not engaged and the alarm was annoying
Surprised management did not offer any form of recovery for the lackluster experience
Best steak I've ever eaten!
We were staying at Jackson Lake Lodge and wanted to go somewhere different than the lodge restaurants. And we're so glad we did!! I've eaten at Ruth's Chris, Morton's and The Capital Grill in DC, and this place has them all beat! We started with The Prime Beef Remington, which is thinly sliced tenderloin with béarnaise and capers and it was amazing. Then the pear and arugula salad that was light and refreshing. But the best was saved for last! The NY strip was not only PERFECTLY prepared, but presented on a sizzling hot plate floating on melted butter and sprinkled with fresh parsley flakes. The brussel sprouts were an excellent compliment . Our server was totally professional but still fun and easy going. The chef came out to meet us and he was gracious and charming. I had a Grey Goose gimlet and it was superbly prepared with fresh limes and not lime juice from a bottle. The restaurant was so perfect that we decided to come spend our last night at the hotel, which unfortunately was not so perfect. We had to change rooms because the air conditioning was not working in the first room, then we were accosted by loud music with heavy baseline while we were trying to fall asleep, which ended only after several calls to the front desk. Both rooms were nicely decorated and had all the necessary conveniences with a nice balcony for morning coffee. Go enjoy the restaurant but you might want to stay elsewhere!
Celebration on Friday the 13th
Nice wine list! Stuffed dates seemed a bit over cooked or cooked and reheated. Caesar salad with anchovies was shared. Tasty dressing! Beef filet cooked to perfection but one 8 ounce piece of meat served on a platter without a garnish seemed stark. Shared brussel sprouts that were seasoned perfectly and had bacon bits...very delicious. The halibut was good but lacked flavor. A little disappointed as we have eaten there before and loved everything!
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