We had lunch here twice during our visit, and it was the view that brought us back. The food was fine, nothing too out of the ordinary. Minimal service considering the price. But you're paying for that view of the magnificent Tetons, enjoyed through the full glass wall of the dining room or on the open air patio upstairs. I would have happily lingered over Spaghettios and a bologna sandwich at that table. This is a must-do experience in the park.
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