Was surprised to hear Spur restaurant next door had taken the lead of the Village restaurants. Used to love Osteria ...we have come to Teton Village every year for the past 7 years for a week and have eaten there 2-3 times each week...touting it as the best in the Village to all our friends. First meal this week..app salads lacked the luster and freshness of the past...white bean salad just ok with fresh mint thrown on top. Branzino good, fresh and perfectly cooked...crisp skin, moist meat...but veggies on the plate....just ok...grilled cauliflower had been precooked and refrigerated, then reheated...husband's pasta...average. Next meal ..cheese app...was sooo cold, flavors and texture off...pork chop main was average, thrown on the aforementioned bean salad sans mint. On top of this, the night manager, Stacey was not accommodating. We had reserved our table a month in advance requesting outdoor seating, on 4th of July, a night we knew would be busy. Walking into the resto, we were excited to see an empty 2 top on the patio. As Stacy begins to seat us in the back corner of the restaurant squeezed between the pizza oven and a table for 10, we politely inquired about the empty outdoor table...she stated it was going to be used to make a 5 top. We chose to wait for another table...sitting at the entrance 2 feet in front of Stacey. Within 3 minutes we were seated at that very table, and during the eve there was no new group of five, and furthermore within 10 minutes another 2 top opened, and then 2 more. It would be one thing if it were Per Se in New York, or even if you were saving the table for a local hot shot...but to antagonize customers when you have been knocked off the top is just poor management.