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About Westbank Grill @ Four Seasons Jackson Hole
Westbank Grill pairs distinctive flavours with casual elegance creating an inviting dining atmosphere reflecting Jackson Hole's historic Western heritage. A large stone fireplace, dynamic open kitchen and stunning views of Rendezvous Peak provide a cozy setting for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
The dinner menu offers a twist on the classic steakhouse with a modern American version serving prime steaks cooked to perfection on a 1,800 degree infrared grill, fresh seafood and signature side dishes. Entrees are served with a choice of a signature sauce that adds flavorful variety to the meal. The restaurant's extensive wine list includes 25 wines by the glass as well as a selection of organic wines.
Westbank Grill is also open for breakfast and lunch daily, providing guests with a choice of both healthy and hearty options to fuel their adventure for the day.
Teton Village, WY 83025
Steakhouse, Steak, Wild Game
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: 7:00am - 11:30am; Dinner: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Enjoy live music in the Lobby Lounge Wednesday through Sunday Evenings.
Our off-site caterings are offered through the Hotel Catering/Banquet division. Catering menus will differ from the Westbank Grill menus.
Complimentary Valet Parking
Diners can use the START Bus to travel to Teton Village
Private Party Facilities:
A private area is available for parties up to 36 guests. Please call the restaurant to inquire about our special menus and availabilities.
Private Party Contact:
Matthew Bocinsky: (307) 732-5620
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Westbank Grill @ Four Seasons Jackson Hole Ratings and Reviews
We were a party of six staying in downtown Jackson. The Four Seasons is up in Teton Village and was about a 20 minute drive. The atmosphere was lively and our servers were personable and efficient. Most of our group had steak and said it was great. I never saw the bill so I can't comment on the value. It was a great outing.
Although extremely expensive, the 12 oz. American Wagyu New York Strip was the best steak I have ever eaten in my life ($80)! A friend told me about it or I would never had ordered it as I normally prefer tenderloin. She had said the same thing and she & her husband own a farm in VA. Three others in my party ordered the corn fed beef tenderloin ($44-48) and Elk Chop ($58) and they were all envious of my choice! Even though their entrees were good, mine was fabulous. We ordered 2 sides to share: roasted red beets and golden potato puree. Both were good but nothing special.
The breakfasts are great. Five stars all around. Good ala carte menu with interesting items, great buffet. Pricey, but not overly so for four seasons. Dinner was more average for price. Service was excellent on the positive side. The food wasn't bad, just not up to expectation for a restaurant in the four seasons. Everything was serviceable, but nothing had that "wow" factor. Definitely try the breakfast!
The food was average at best. Way overpriced for what we were delivered. Wine list acceptable for a Four Seasons property. The dining room was very nice and had nice balcony area for outdoor seating. I have eaten here twice and wish I had learned my lesson the first time. I will not be back. Much better options for better price in Teton Village.
Probably the best high-end restaurant in Teton Village (for overall value with good food, go to Teton Thai--and for equally good food in Jackson, go to Snake River Grill). A rather limited menu, but what they do, they do well. A good wine list. Good wait staff.
We love the location of the Westbank Grill in The Four Seasons Hotel. There is a nice outdoor area with fire pits and comfortable seating forbore or after dinner cocktails and great views of the mountain. The service is good and the steaks were delicious. We didn't love the price tag but I guess it comes with the ambiance and setting.
Slow service for which the manager comp'd our desserts. But more disappointing, the steaks were not perfect. Daughter's 6 oz rare steak was closer to medium. I actually gave her mine to enjoy.
Understand that can be a difficult steak to get right but this was my expectation at a Four Season's restaurant known for their meats. Probably should have mentioned the disappointment but after the long delay for food we had just lost confidence in the evening.
Great wine list and excellent recommendations. But better food to be found in downtown Jackson.
The problem is we set there for 20 minutes before we were approached by our server. I saw the server walking around and waiting on other tables in our area. The bussers keep our water glasses filled but that was it. After 20 minutes the busser brought bread to our table and our server came a took drink orders. We were within minutes of leaving.
Not what I would expect from a Four Seasons restaurant.
After we were actually severed everything was great. Great food and good service (minus the 20 min wait)
Wonderful meal! We actually had dinner on a Friday night, and then returned for lunch on Sunday. The food was delicious and our server Bridgette was wonderful. She was very knowledgeable and made great recommendations. The only thing we did not care for was our apple dessert, (not her recommendation so probably why we didn't like it) and she took care of it right away. We will absolutely be back, by far the best food and service we had while dining in Teton Village.
Expensive but really our best meal of the trip.
This was our first trip to Jackson Hole and we ate at a variety of restaurants over the course of six days. Although this was the most expensive meal, it was also the best. Salads were lightly dressed and fresh. Main courses of meat (buffalo tenderloin and a local New York strip) were just outstanding. Water, bread and overall table service were professional and attentive without being overbearing. The physical space is very nice and if you are up against the window you feel very alone, in a good way. The wine list is pretty broad although about triple retail so not a very good value, relatively speaking. We would return and bite the wine list bullet.
Pretty weak for a steak house. Seafood was slimy and old, or over cooked. Mashed potatoes were like glue. Weird cheesy bread comes out before any food. Steak was ordered rare came out med. very very expensive. Go to the Mangy Moose for a good steak and skip over this place.
This was one of the best meals we had during our entire trip. Been to Jackson Hole numerous times before and somehow never had a meal here. BIG mistake. Steaks here are as tasty as you can get. The have like 4 different sauces you have with a steak but trust me, you'll not need any type of sauce. Will absolutely make this a dinner stop at least once if not twice during each future trip.
Our party chose the New York strip steak and the seared tuna and roasted chicken dishes which were both chef composed meals. Everything was perfectly cooked and plated beautifully. I would not normally order chicken at a restaurant the specializes in steak, but the grits and Farro and roasted brussel sprouts that were served with the chicken caught my eye. It was probably the best roasted chicken dish I've ever had. The chicken was moist with crispy skin in a delicious light pan sauce. Also, of course, the Four Seasons hotel is beautiful and the service was outstanding.
Christmas Eve dinner hoping to be a nice, quiet evening. What we got was a sub par evening at best. We were expecting an upscale dining experience, especially being the "Four Seasons", but it was more like being in Chuck E Cheese. Kids running around, servers trying to avoid being run down by our of control toddlers. For the price of the meal, which was very high, the food was just awful. So loud also, we couldn't even carry on a decent conversation, even our server had to raise his voice. Worst dining experience we have had in a long while. Won't return and certainly won't recommend.
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