Jackson Lake Lodge Mural Room table with views
Mural Room Elk Tenderloin
Some say the panoramic views of the Teton Range from the Mural Dining Room at Jackson Lake Lodge are the finest in any National Park. Others point to the magnificent murals painted by the late 20th century master Carl Roters as the heart of the Lodge. Either way, you are certain to have a dining experience not to be forgotten.
Prepare yourself for a culinary experience with a twist which defines Rocky Mountain cuisine that is the perfect complement to the views. For dinner, Executive Chef Josh Conrad offers local buffalo, sustainable seafood that includes local trout, wild caught salmon and all natural organic beef—all prepared fresh at our on-site butcher shop, along with warm bread rolls from our onsite bakery. For breakfast, our buffet offers delicacies such as Belgian waffles complete with an imprint of the iconic regional moose, then accented with huckleberries, homemade Danish and breakfast pastries using organic flour and an array of hot savory breakfast selections such as Eggs Benedict and crunchy French Toast. For lunch we offer a selection of small dishes, organic salads, rustic sandwiches and light fare options. The dessert menu will blow you away with featured new age desserts along with homemade ice cream and sorbets.
Dining reservations will re-open in the spring of 2015.
For those interested in the artwork for which the Mural Room was named, we invite you to visit a biography about Carl Roters, where you can learn of his paintings depicting early life among the Wyoming trappers and Native Americans.