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Catch the Last Days of Summer in Jackson with these Outdoor Dining and Entertainment Options

Catch the Last Days of Summer in Jackson with these Outdoor Dining and Entertainment Options

As we head into the dog days of summer, now is the time to take advantage of all the amazing opportunities to enjoy time outside. Here in Jackson, we are lucky to have access to wide-open spaces and creative possibilities for enjoying the summer weather.

Below we’ve highlighted some of our favorite outdoor dining and entertainment options:

 

Slow Food in the Tetons – Summer People’s Market

Don’t miss this family-friendly farmers market every Wednesday, 4-7 PM, until September 23, at the base of Snow King Mountain in downtown Jackson Hole. Bring the whole family to meet with local farmers and try local vegetables, fruit, cheese, meat, milk, and eggs.

Wine and Dine with Taste of Jackson Hole TO-GO Picnic Bags

This summer would’ve marked the fourth annual Jackson Hole Food and Wine Summer Festival, originally scheduled for June 25-27. Instead, local restaurants and partners will provide an entirely new experience: Taste of Jackson Hole “TO-GO” Picnic Bags. With nearly 40 restaurants, chefs and beverage producers participating, each picnic bag will include mouthwatering bites, wine, and a sample of local libations – perfect for a picnic in the park. Prepare to taste unique foods, like a-build-your-own tostada kit with nopal from Streetfood at the Stagecoach, a cold Thai shrimp dish from Teton Thai and special desserts from Persephone and Four Seasons Jackson Hole.

Not only are these picnic bags a great way to sample food from around the valley, but it’s the perfect way to really up your picnic game. With the prices ranging from $375 to $3,500, depending on the package you choose, you will be the new owner of a custom Food and Wine picnic bag, two YETI Rambler wine tumblers, and more with the larger packages, like the YETI Roadie hard cooler, a YETI Lowlands blanket, and even a New West KnifeWorks deli knife on the largest package. There are only 100 picnic bags available for purchase by August 15.

Added bonus? Seventy-five dollars from each package sold will go directly to benefit Hole Food Rescue, a local non-profit that distributes excess food from grocery stores, bakeries and farms to local businesses serving the at-risk and food-insecure residents of Teton County.

Yoga on the Deck

Get your sun salutations at 9095! Enjoy elevated yoga on the Deck at the top of the Bridger Gondola at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Every Thursday and Saturday through August.

Details:

    • Gondola load at 9 am, class from 9:30 am-10:30 am
    • Participants can sign up online or at register in Teton Village Sports
    • If signing up online, participants must go to Teton Village Sports or the Mountain Sports School sales desk on the bottom floor of the Bridger Building to pick up ticket for gondola access.
    • $30/person and $25/winter season pass holders
    • A limited supply of sanitized mats will be provided, please bring a mat if you have on.
    • Email questions to Chantal at chantal.cabrera@jacksonhole.com

The Deck @ Piste with Scenic Gondola Ride

The best view in Jackson Hole can be found at The Deck, and so can one of the best happy hours in the valley.  Take a free Gondola ride up and enjoy Teton views while looking for wildlife below.  Once atop the gondola, you are greeted by expansive views and nightly drink specials.  Don’t miss the summer menu of appetizers and shared plates from the chefs at Piste Mountain Bistro.  There is no better way to cap off an amazing day in the great Jackson Hole outdoors than drinks and appetizers on The Deck. OPEN 4:30-8:30, CLOSED MONDAYS. FREE 5-8:30PM with limited capactity Tues-Sun. Last gondola up at 8:30pm, last gondola down at 9 pm. The Deck closes for the summer 2020 season on September 13, 2020.