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Three Peaks Dinner Table
Ranked #5 of 32 Restaurants in Driggs
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $3 - $30
Cuisines: American, Wine Bar
Description: A unique cafe offering a quality cafe and bistro experience, serving local products. Come enjoy the Nursery's expansive grounds, cozy library, or just take advantage of the free WiFi.
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Description: A unique cafe offering a quality cafe and bistro experience, serving local products. Come enjoy the Nursery's expansive grounds, cozy library, or just take advantage of the free WiFi.
Reviewed July 1, 2014

Had a huge breakfast burrito and coffee. Side sauce was yummy for dipping. Burrito was mostly eggs. Nothing to write home about.

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Thank Nicole E
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Reviewed June 23, 2014

The entrees are a bit pricey to get every time, but you can bet we'll be back to dine here! Salads, appetizers, and sandwiches were all reasonably priced.

Right in downtown Driggs, the Three Peaks offers wonderfully flavorful and apparenly locally sourced meals, along with a nice selection of beers and wines. We both got the Hickory Smoked Ribeye, and both of the steaks were perfectly cooked as ordered (one medium, one med-rare). Sides were also tasty (don't miss the mashed potatoes!), but I wasn't a fan of their cole slaw. I'm not deducting points for that, though, because it's my own fault: I'm a southern girl who likes a creamy, tangy, peppery dressing. This had a hint of maybe fennel, and no creamy dressing. The flavor was interesting, and I kept going back for more... maybe it would be good on a sandwich? Anyway. Service was great on a Friday night, and there was a young lady setting up with her guitar to play live music (starts at 8pm).

Thank tristamaye
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Reviewed June 15, 2014 via mobile

During our 2 week stay in Victor, we've enjoyed two wonderful dinners at Three Peaks and are so surprised it hasn't received
more wonderful reviews. We've enjoyed several wonderful meals at restaurants in Victor, Driggs and Jackson Hole, but out meals at Three Peaks were as good as any, and the price was quite reasonable given the quality of food. I enjoyed the Chicken piccata so much that I ordered it both the first and second times! It was delicious and served with wild rice and fresh veggies. The wine list and service and very good and my son highly recommends the Mac and cheese served as a side dish. It's also opened on Sunday when many of the restaurants in Driggs are closed. Don't miss this spot!

Thank A_Mar_Nich
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Reviewed May 31, 2014

Definitely one of the best meals I've had in the Teton Valley/Jackson Hole area. The chicken piccata was killer, and so was the pork chop. Love the rice pilaf. No need to even keep the salt and pepper shakers on the tables - the meals are perfect as is. Next time, we'll try to save room to try their dessert.

Service was great - everyone was very attentive. The atmosphere is rustic and farmhouse-y, yet still elegant.

We will certainly be back!!

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Thank Brittany A
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Reviewed June 3, 2013

We're honored to have the privilege of the first review of this little establishment. We were driving by the MD garden center south of Driggs and saw a sign "CAFE OPEN". Needing breakfast, we gave it a shot, and we're glad we did.

Just opened in late May 2013, it's a little bakery/cafe on the second floor (elevator available) of the garden center. The owners were very friendly, the settling beautiful, and there was a lending library of books to read, what more can you want?

Wife had the (large) Valley Herbivore Burrito ($5) I had a "make your own breakfast sandwich" ($4.25) with chorizo on a croissant that covered the plate. We also bought a cinnamon roll for dessert on the road. Everything tasted wonderful, and we thought the prices were VERY reasonable.

Great coffees and cappuccinos as well.

And when you're through with breakfast or lunch (hours are 8am to 3pm) you can browse the amazing greenhouses and retail areas of the MD Garden Center.

Well worth a visit.

http://www.threepeakscafe.com/

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1  Thank Drifter77
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Steven M, Owner at Three Peaks Dinner Table, responded to this reviewResponded January 5, 2014

Thank you for your response this past summer. So sorry I haven't got back to you until now. Have a wonderful winter and hopefully we will see you soon. Chef Steve

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