My husband, 15 yo son and I were very hungry after we spent the day in Jackson, WY area (at Wildlife Museum and followed by 2.5 hour afternoon snowshoe adventure at Teton Science Schools, Kelly campus). We weren't certain we were dressed appropriately for dining out, but, we really wanted to try Spoons so we stopped in. Of course, we need not have worried about our "dress" as we are in the Teton Valley and everyone is often in hiking or ski gear; also, the restaurant was able to seat us immediately (probably due to the fact they are not as busy in the spring...we tried to get in last summer and they were way too busy, which also holds true for the height of ski season). When we arrived there was only one other table; a young family with 3 children (approximate kids ages were 3-8)--upon leaving there were 2 other tables being served...one with a group of 3 women/friends and the other table seemed to be a middle aged father and 2 20-something daughters.
Upon being seated, we appreciated the huge glasses of water and the nonstop supply throughout our meal. For starters, we ordered french onion soup (2) and Roman artichokes; we were treated to "just out of the oven" bread (x2), which we dipped in the available olive oil and balsamic vinegar...like I said, we were very hungry, but, the warm bread would have been just as delicious even if we weren't famished! The soup was very good and I would order it again; the artichokes were okay, but, not memorable, I would try something different next time. My husband and I split a (very large) roasted beet salad which was delicious. Our picky son was very pleased with the trout entree', my husband enjoyed the beef brisket and I was very pleased with the lamp chops! I oredered them medium rare and they were perfect! Delicately seasoned and paired with roasted asparagus and truffle frites (fries)...both sides were seasoned just right and very tasty (I'm not a big french fry person, but, I couldn't stop eating these...no ketchup needed or wanted for these frites!
Our server was amiable and helped me select 2 separate wines by the glass...both were delicious and went well with the salad/appetizer courses (2010 Matchbook Chardonnay) and the lamb (07 Les Trios Couronnes Gigonda--a French red blend). The prices were on point for the service and quaility food we received and we will return when we are in the Victor area!!
Note--this is a very small restaurant and they do not take parties larger than 6.
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