I had to wait a couple of years to eat here since I only come to Jackson a couple of times a year. They have pretty limited seating and limited days open so reservation ahead of time are necessary. I was very curious if the place was as good as what I had heard about it. So the following is my opinion.
Top notch presentation of a 4 course prix fixe meal. You are given a choice of several options from the starters through the entrees. Every course a work of art. Currently best Margarita in Jackson. Price a bit over 140 per person with drinks and tip. Reasonable for this level of food. If you are into wine, there is also a paired option with meal. Adds another 40-50. I had two drinks about 13 each. Noise level is high. If you want window side seating you will need to ask for it early in the booking. They are fairly discrete and placed a family with young children in the far corner. Thank goodness, one of the tykes was screaming his or her head off for a good part of dinner. Parents should have taken kid out until screaming fit done with.
There seems to be a difference in type of food between lunch and dinner. Lunch is for the ski crowd. Dinner is for those who like top quality food.
I had the Fried Haloumi, great combination of contrasting flavors and textures. Soup of the day, roasted peppers and the chef was nice to include a tasting sample of the Mushroom Ravioli which I had ask the waitress about. Entree was Hawaiian Walu, excellent even if I had just eaten twice at Alan Wong's a couple of days before in Honolulu. Only suggestion I can make about the lobster ravioli is to have used some chunks of lobster rather than the blended filling. Would have made for better texture and flavor. Desert was a pretty creation of three items. Filling within flourless chocolate cake was subtle and excellent.
Waitress Bret was very efficient, attentive without being intrusive, able to get everything done despite taking care of several tables.
Everything was high quality and this place will become one of my regular places to eat when I am in Jackson.
I don't think this place has outdoor seating in the winter. About -10 C and a few snow cats grooming the slopes that night. They may have outdooor seating in summer but I don't know.
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