The Mural Room at Jackson Lake Lodge offers sweeping views of the Teton Range from every table. Throughout the restaurant, you'll also enjoy the Rendezvous Murals—ten panels painted by late 20th century American artist Carl Roters. The murals illustrate with historic accuracy the 1837 Rendezvous, an annual gathering of fur trappers and traders of the early west.
Along with the views you'll enjoy local entrees. We serve local beef, wild game, and sustainable seafood prepared fresh at the on-site butcher shop. Our bread is freshly-made at the in-house bakery, and our produce is locally sourced, most of which is organic.
Open seasonally late-May through early-October.
Savor entrees such as local buffalo, local trout, wild caught salmon, and all natural organic beef—all prepared fresh at our on-site butcher shop, along with warm bread from our bakery.
Hours: 5:30pm - 9:30pm
Dinner reservations are recommended and are available on Open Table.