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Locals and visitors alike pile in the Cadillac for its lively happy hour.

Happy at any hour Celebrate a warm summer day with a cool drink. BY BENJAMIN R. BOMBARD After a long day floating the Snake River, staring at buffalo herds, fishing at Jenny Lake, and hiking to Inspiration Point, you may find yourself hankering for a different kind of buzz, one found rarely, if ever, in nature. A number of our diverse local watering holes feature happy hour deals on frosty oat sodas, Do It Fluid, vino or whatever adult beverage in which you happen to find inspiration and inebriation. If you’re looking to stretch your drink dollar, why not schedule your early-evening activities around happy hour at

a slew of Jackson saloons. Whatever you do, don’t over do it or you won’t be doing much of anything. And of course, tip your bartender well and be kind to the locals. OUT WEST Stop in at Q Roadhouse in Jackson Hole’s Westbank any day of the week and toss your peanut shells on the floor as you quaff liquid-half-priced everything (except bottles of wine and pitchers of beer) from 5 to 6 p.m. and again from 8 to 9 p.m. The mixologists at Cascade, tucked inside Teton Mountain Lodge, make a mean Old

Fashioned. As of publication, the bar and grill hadn’t solidified its happy hour, but by now its offering weekday deals on booze, food or beer. EDGE OF TOWN Locals regard Rendezvous Bistro as one of the best dining experiences in Jackson. Chilling at the restaurant’s classy bar between 5 and 6:30 p.m. will get you half off all drinks except bottled wine. Don’t let the locals know you read about Cutty’s in a publication. Just walk into the bar at the junction of Highways 89 and 22 between 5 and 7 p.m., belly up at the

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bar, order a Bud, and act like you belong. There are dozens of TVs at Sidewinders, all tuned to sports channels, and you get a buck off any of the 25 beers on tap, as well as well drinks and domestic bottles 5 to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday. Orders for Budweiser, PBR and shots of whiskey at The Virginian far outnumber those for Slippery Nipples. Take advantage of the Virg’s weekday specials on domestic beers, well drinks and some call drinks from 4 to 7 p.m.

watch you can enjoy $2.50 well drinks, $3 house margaritas, 20 percent off all draft beer, $3.50 microbrews and $3 domestics. They’ve also got rotating food specials on

The mixologists at Cascade, tucked inside Teton Mountain Lodge, make a mean Old Fashioned. get $1 off beers, well drinks and house wine. The food and ambience at Cafe Genevieve are hard to beat, and happy hour on its open-air deck runs from 3 to 5:30 p.m., featuring food specials and a discounted drink menu. Grab a seat on Town Square Tavern’s secondstory deck from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. and as you people

standard bar appetizers. We’ve saved the best for last. Happy hour at the Cadillac can be epic. Drink specials are available from 5 to 7 p.m. every day. It can be especially difficult to get a seat or even find a place to stand among all the beautiful young people during happy hour from 10 p.m. to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.

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BACK IN JACKSON It can be hard to get a seat at Snake River Brewery during its 4 to 6 p.m. happy hour, but it’s worth the effort. Nachos, regularly $8, drop to $4.25, giant homemade soft pretzels are half-priced, and you can get a buck off any of its award-

winning brews. Chances are you’ll eventually find yourself in the Silver Dollar Bar inside the Wort Hotel, where happy hour runs from 4 to 7 p.m. and you can

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YOUR GUIDE TO SUMMER BEGINS HERE JACKSON CONTINENTAL CUISINE 43 NORTH 645 S. Cache, Jackson 307-733-0043 AMANGANI GRILL 1535 N.E. Butte Rd. Jackson 307-734-7333 ATELIER ORTEGA 150 Scott Lane, Jackson 307-734-6400 THE ATRIUM Snow King Resort 400 E. Snow King, Jackson 307-734-3236 BILLY’S GIANT HAMBURGERS 55 N. Cache, Jackson On the Town Square 307-733-3279 THE BIRD 4125 S. Pub Place Jackson 307-732-BIRD BLUE LION 160 N. Millward Jackson 307-733-3912 BUBBA’S BAR-B-QUE 100 Flat Creek Drive Jackson 307-733-2288 BURKE’S CHOP HOUSE 72 S. Glenwood, Jackson 307-733-8575 burkeschophousejacksonhole.com THE CADILLAC GRILLE 55 North Cache, Jackson 307-733-3279 www.cadillac-grille.com

CAFE GENEVIEVE 135 E. Broadway, Jackson 307-734-1970

salads, soups, cheese platters and cold cut platters accompanied with fresh bread.

D.O.G. 25 S. Glenwood, Jackson 307-733-4422

IGNIGHT 945 W. Broadway, Jackson Below Sidewinders 307-734-1977

One great restaurant in one tiny space! Delicious breakfast and lunch from a menu that tops out at $8. Call ahead for pick up 7am-2pm.

DORNAN’S PIZZA & PASTA COMPANY Grand Teton National Park 307-733-2415 www.dornans.com

Classy interior, with water walls, specializing in fresh fish, sushi, locally raised beef, flatbreads, seasonal salads and unique sandwiches. Sample our specialty drinks created by a professional mixologist. Choose your favorite bottle of wine from our wine shop to accompany your entree with no corkage fee.

JACKSON’S HOLE BAR & GRILL 832 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-7901

JACKSON HOLE PLAYHOUSE & SADDLE ROCK SALOON 145 W. Deloney, Jackson 307-733-6994 www.jhplayhouse.com

THE GRANARY At Spring Creek Resort 1800 Spirit Dance, Jackson 307-733-8833

LOTUS CAFE 145 N. Glenwood, Jackson 307-734-0882

THE GUN BARREL STEAK & GAME HOUSE 862 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-3287 www.gunbarrel.com

MILLION DOLLAR COWBOY STEAKHOUSE 25 N. Cache, Jackson 307-733-4790 cowboysteakhouse.net

HAAGEN DAZS 90 E. Broadway, Jackson 307-739-1880

PEARL ST. MEAT & FISH 260 W. Pearl St., Jackson 307-733-1300

CAFÉ BOHEME 1110 Maple Way, Jackson 307-733-(JAVA) 5282

RENDEZVOUS BISTRO 380 S. Broadway, Jackson 307-739-1100

A fusion of French and ethnic food, locally baked fresh bread, organic coffee and fresh juices prepared and served with the intent to please the most delicate palates in a relaxing environment. Serving coffee drinks, breakfast burritos and croissants, sandwiches, crepes,

RISING SAGE CAFE National Museum of Wildlife Art 307-733-8649 SIDEWINDERS SPORTS GRILL & TAVERN 945 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-734-5766 see AT NIGHT page 11

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At Night Listings JACKSON Continental to JACKSON Continental Where can you get great food and drinks, plus watch any game on one of our 40 plasma TVs while the kids play the newest games in our arcade? SIDEWINDERS. Dining options include pastas, New York style pizza, rotisserie chicken, burgers, barbeque pork, brisket, prime rib and salads.

SILVER DOLLAR BAR & GRILL Broadway & Glenwood at The Wort Hotel 307-732-3939 SNAKE RIVER BREWERY AND RESTAURANT 265 S. Millward, Jackson 307-739-2337 www.snakeriverbrewing.com

Deluca Schmeluca! Visit Jackson’s finest upscale grocer for specialty cheeses and cured meats, local desserts, a full service delicatessen, hot soups, or an after-dinner espresso.

Sample America’s most awardwinning beers fresh from the source while enjoying lunch and dinner. Experience our atmosphere while dining on delicious wood-fired pizzas, pastas, burgers, sandwiches, soups, salads and desserts. $7 lunch menu served from 11:30am - 3pm. Happy hours daily from 4-6pm with $1 off pints and killer nachos. Open daily 11:30am to midnight. Free wi-fi.

SNAKE RIVER GRILL 84 E. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-0557 www.snakerivergrill.com SWEETWATER RESTAURANT 85 King, Jackson 307-733-3553 TETON STEAKHOUSE 40 W. Pearl, Jackson 307-732-2639

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Don’t miss Music in the Hole on July 4, along with many other activities.

Music and mountains: Bliss You don’t have to travel far to hear some of the best. BY AARON DAVIS As the years progress, there’s less need to leave Teton County to get a dose of great music. In fact, Jackson Hole is becoming a destination for music, especially in the summer. Starting in the town of Jackson, the Center Theater, Town Square Tavern, and Silver Dollar Bar have the most attractive options. Shows at the state-of-the-art, 500-seat Center Theater are a special experience. The killer lineup includes Lyle Lovett & John Hiatt (June 15, $65/$45), Steve Martin with the Steep Canyon Rangers (July 24, $150/$50), Amos Lee

(August 9, $35/$25), Jonny Lang and JJ Grey & Mofro (August 16, $65/$45), Punch Brothers featuring Chris Thile (August 31, $35/$25). JHCenterForTheArts.org or 307-733-4900. Highlights at the Silver Dollar, where shows are always free, includes a great batch of singer-songwriters like Americana specialist Kort McCumber & the High Road (June 11), country crooner Leo Rondeau & Dynamite Tales (June 24), psychedelic country-rockers The Lonesome Heroes (July 8-9), and Bluegrass Tuesdays with One Ton Pig. Town Square Tavern satiates

summer music cravings with Paper Bird and Kristy Kruger (July 8, $10), Philly’s Phunkestra (July 15, $10), Mama’s Love (July 18, $10), and The Trishas (July 26, $5). WhatsGoodHereProductions.c om or 307-733-3886. The annual Teton County Fair Concert will offer a jazz-funk dance party as opposed to the country-rock of years past. Seven-piece all-star collective Lettuce—featuring members of Soulive, Pretty Lights and John Scofield. Lettuce brings the noise on July 29 at the fairgrounds near Snow King ($23). TetonCountyFair.com. As for Teton Village, The Mangy Moose is announcing

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new shows everyday. Planned so far is Orbit Group (July 2930), The Gourds (August 5), Teka Brock Band (August 19), and Head for the Hills (August 26). Also in the Village is the yet-to-be announced, family friendly Concert on the Commons series, which takes place every Sunday, from late July through Labor Day weekend. MangyMoose.net and JacksonHole.com. Conductor Donald Runnicles and first-rate classical musicians will journey from around the globe to convene for the Grand Teton Music Festival. Now celebrating its 50th Anniversary season, the renowned Festival Orchestra takes the stage Friday and Saturday evenings in Walk Festival Hall (June 30August 14). Or take advantage of chamber music, eclectic crossover concerts Sarah Jarosz, July 27, $35/$10), and free community events like Music In The Hole (July 4). GTMF.org. The Teton Valley/Idaho side has an overindulgent summer planned—Music on Main and Knotty Pine in Victor, and three festivals at Grand Targhee Resort. Don’t miss the free Music on Main shows in Victor—Bruce Cockburn (June 30), Honey Island Swamp Band and Screen Door Porch (July 7), Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk (July 14), Anders Osborne and Benyaro (July 21), Alejandro Escovedo (July 28), and Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real (August 4). TetonValleyFoundation.org. Presented by What’s Good Here? Productions, a batch of after-shows at the Knotty Pine will piggyback Music on Main,

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including Kinetix (June 30, $10), Paper Bird (July 7, $10), Philly’s Phunkestra (July 14, $10), Fox St. Allstars (July 21, $10), and Pato Banton and Chanman Roots Band (August 4, $33/$35). Another one to keep note of is Reverend Horton Heat & Nashville Pussy (Sept 13, $23/$25). WhatsGoodHereProductions. com or 208-787-2866. The festivals at Grand Targhee are incomparable in vibe. Fourth of July weekend (July 1-3) features Widespread Panic, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, New Mastersounds and more. The seventh annual Targhee Fest (July 15-17) will bring Little Feat, The Funky Meters and Michael Franti, among others. And the fortunate mainstay of the 24th annual Targhee Bluegrass Festival (August 12-14) delivers Tim O’Brien Band, Peter Rowan Band, The Wilders, Railroad Earth and that’s just a start. GrandTarghee.com. The Pinedale Fine Arts Council has two stellar concerts well worth the 90minute drive. Catch the fourth annual Soundcheck Music Festival with Shotgun Party, Leo Rondeau, and Screen Door Porch (June 25), or Jalan Crossland Band (August 5). Both shows are free, and at American Legion Park in Pinedale. PinedaleFineArts.com. Don’t forget about local residencies at Q Roadhouse, The Granary, Teton Pines, Four Seasons, and Warbirds. Check JHWeekly.com for the most comprehensive calendar in the region!

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WILD SAGE RESTAURANT Rusty Parrot Lodge 175 N. Jackson 307-733-2000 www.rustyparrot.com ASIAN & SUSHI BON APPE THAI 245 W. Pearl, Jackson 307-734-0245 CHINATOWN 850 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-8856 HONG KONG BUFFET 826 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-734-8988 KOSHU WINE BAR 200 W. Broadway, Jackson Inside JH Wine Company 307-733-5283 NIKAI SUSHI 225 N. Cache, Jackson 307-734-6490 OCEAN CITY ASIAN CUISINE 520 S. Hwy 89, Jackson In the Kmart Plaza 307-200-6088 OCEAN CITY CHINA BISTRO 340 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-734-9768 SHOGUN SUSHI 265 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-9168 THAI ME UP 75 E. Pearl, Jackson 307-733-0005 TETON THAI PLATE 135 N. Cache, Jackson 307-734-2654 MEXICAN CUISINE EL ABUELITO 385 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-1207 see AT NIGHT page 19


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Super debuted at the Toronto Film Festival; Center for the Arts brings it to Jackson.

From screen to stage A look at Jackson Hole arts and culture. BY KATHERINE PIOLI The heart of Jackson – what draws people to this valley from across the West, the nation and the world – is without a doubt the undisturbed beauty of its wild land and animals. But, it could be said that Jackson Hole is a place of many hearts. At the core of this small rural mountain community also beats a vibrant arts scene filled with music, dance, theater and film. The Center for the Arts houses a vast amount of Jackson’s creative and artistic offerings. Appropriately located near the heart of downtown Jackson, the

Center for the Arts has been the place to go for live performances and independent film since its opening in 2004. This summer will be no exception. The Center kicks off the summer season with some celluloid entertainment that goes beyond the big box office hits. The roster begins with a new American Indie film Super, which debuted just last summer at the Toronto International Film Festival, released in select theaters in the United States only this spring. Written and directed by a relatively unknown, behindthe-scenes Hollywood regular, James Gunn, Super promises to be exceptional with a star-stud-

ded cast that includes Ellen Page (Juno), Liv Tyler (Empire Records) and Kevin Bacon. About a man who loses his wife and decides to become a superhero to win her back, this dark comedy offers a relaxing end to a day full of outdoor adventure. Stepping away from the screen and onto the stage, Off Square Theatre has booked its Black Box Theate with two Page-to-Stage readings: Neil LaBute’s Fat Pig, on June 24 and Copenhagen by Michael Frayn on August 26. Visitors and residents alike will have the privilege of watching Wyoming’s only profession-

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favorite happening at Center Theater, June 20. Finally, ending the summer arts program on the strongest note possible, Dancers Workshop welcomes back the

present two programs of dances by Jerome Robbin, Peter Martin and Christopher Wheeldon. For some, coming to Jackson is an escape into wilderness

Entering the valley doesn’t require checking culture at the door. New York City Ballet. Inspired by its weeklong residency in Jackson in 2010, the ballet has formed a new touring group called New York Ballet Moves designed specifically to bring the best of New York to small, rural stages. On August 5 to 7, this group of dancers and musicians will

and the Old West. But, entering the valley doesn’t require checking culture at the door. In the heart of Jackson, the Center for the Arts presents the highest quality of dance and film available anywhere in the United States so that we can enjoy the best of both worlds.

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al modern dance company, Jackson’s own Contemporary Dance Wyoming, perform June 10 and 11 at Center Theater. Performing with a mix of grace, beauty and athleticism that could only be inspired by Wyoming’s grandeur, the company will debut six pieces of original choreography set to the music of local jazz musician Keith Phillips. Perfectly positioned to blend the two forms of film and dance, is a filmed performance of The Flames of Paris danced by the Bolshoi Ballet. First performed at the Kirov Theater in Leningrad in 1932, this reconstruction of the classical “revolutionary” ballet, built around the songs of the French Revolution will be another strong summer

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Punch Brothers bring bluegrass bliss to Center for Arts in August.

Get hip to the happenings COMPILED BY ROBYN VINCENT *dates are subject to change

JUNE June 8: Film screening: Super, 7:30 p.m., Center Theater. In the outlandish dark comedy Super. $10. 307-733-4900. June 10: Ongoing, Fridays: Free Wine Tasting, 4 to 7 p.m., Liquor Store and Wine Loft of Jackson Hole. Each week we showcase five wines. 307-733-4466. Free. June 10: King Street Ramblers (Bluegrass Concert) 7:30 p.m. Black Box Theatre at Center for the arts. $12. offsquare.org. June 11: Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m., Teton County Fairgrounds. Rodeo events that include barrel racing, calf roping, bull riding, and more. Refreshments and kid’s activities. $8 kids; $13-18 adults. 307-690-4036. June 11: PAWS Putt for the Pooch Park, noon to 6 p.m., Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis. Join Paws of

Jackson Hole for the 2nd Annual Putt for the Pooch Park, a golf scramble to benefit Sophie’s Place Dog Park.. Free Leg Lifter Lager and Pooch Park Pale Ale from Snake River Brewing and a BBQ after golf. $125 for non members; $ 65 members. 307-734-2441 June 12: Kid Tunes: My Little Pony and Pound Puppies, 3 p.m., Center Theater, inside Center for the Arts. Family animation. $5. 307-733-4900. June 14: Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m., Teton County Fairgrounds. $8 kids; $13-18 adults. 307690-4036. June 15: Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt, 8 p.m., Center Theater, Soldout. 307-733-4900. June 15: Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m., Teton County Fairgrounds. $8 kids; $13-18 adults. 307-690-4036. June 16: ARTwalk, 5 p.m., galleries around Town Square. June 17: Cowboy Joe Jackson

Golf Tournament, 1 to 5 p.m., Teton Pines. This four-person scramble tournament is open to the public, and helps provide scholarships and resources to the student-athletes at the University of Wyoming. Register with your own threesome, foursome, pair, or enter as a single. $150 members; $175 non-members. 307-766-6242. June 17-19: Aerofest, 8 a.m., Teton Village. Paragliding celebration; hike and fly, XC, spot landing, aerobatic demonstrations, lunch by Teton Thai, BBQ and party. 690-8726. June 18: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s Teewinot chairlift opens for mountain biking, 9 a.m., Teton Village. 307-733-2292. June 18: Jackson Hole Half Marathon, 8 a.m., Teton Village to Phil Baux Park. $50 June 6 to June 17; $55 day of race. 720270-6569. June 19: Symphonies at Six, 6 p.m., nightly, Teton Village. Relax

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on the Village Commons while listening to classical music broadcasts. In cooperation with Grand Teton Music Festival, this program runs nightly with different composers featured every night, through the end of August. June 19: Teton Village Father’s Day Celebration, 11 a.m., Teton Village. Children can participate individually or with their dad in the Teton Village Treasure Hunt. The Art Association will have workshops for children to create a gift for dad, and tram rides for are free for dads accompanied by one of their kids. 307-733-5898. June 20: Film screening: Bolshoi Ballet’s The Flames of Paris, 7 p.m., Center Theater, inside the Center for the Arts. A story about the French Revolution and a small town outside of Marseille. $10. 307-733-4900. June 21: Alive at Five – Wildlife Expeditions, 5 p.m., every Tuesday, Teton Village. Alive at Five is Teton Village’s weekly free programming on the Village Commons. Wildlife Expeditions will do a presentation at 5pm every Tuesday. Free. tva.events@gmail.com. June 21: National Park Free Entrance Day, all day, Grand Teton and Yellowstone Park. June 21: Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m., Teton County Fairgrounds. $8 kids; $13-18 adults. 307-690-4036. June 22: Alive at Five – Teton Raptor Center, 5 p.m., every Wednesday, Teton Village. Presentation featuring live birds of prey. tva.events@gmail.com June 23-26: 18th Jackson Hole Writer’s Conference, Center for the Arts. Every summer, passion for the written word brings writers together in Grand Teton National Park’s backyard. $395. JacksonHoleWritersConference.com. June 23: Alive at Five – GTMF Quartet, 5 p.m., every Thursday, Teton Village. Quartet from the Grand Teton Music Festival. 307733-1128. June 24: Page-to-Stage (Play-

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reading Series) Fat Pig by Neil LaBute 7:30 p.m., Black Box Theatre at Center for the arts. $5. www.offsquare.org. June 25: Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m., Teton County Fairgrounds. $8 kids; $13-18 adults. 307-690-4036. June 28: Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m., Teton County Fairgrounds. Biweekly evening rodeo events include barrel racing, calf roping, bull riding, and more. $8 kids; $13-18 adults. 307-690-4036. June 29: Jackson Hole People’s Market, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., every Wednesday through September, Redeemer Lutheran Church. A venue for farmers, food producers, artists, musicians and brewers. 307-690-0705. June 30: Music on Main, featuring Bruce Cockburn, 6 p.m., Victor City Park in Victor, Idaho. Free. Tetonvalleyfoundation.org

JULY July 1-4: Teton Valley Summer Festival, Teton Valley, Idaho. 25th Annual Hot Air Balloon Rally, traditional Fourth of July celebrations, arts and crafts, old time fiddler’s contest and more. 208354-2500. July 1: Jackson Hole Wine Auction, Champagne Cheers, Couloir Restaurant. Kick off the Grand Teton Music Festival’s largest fundraiser with champagne and eats at the Couloir Restaurant. 307-732-9961 July 2: Jackson Hole Wine Auction, Jackson Hole Four Seasons. The largest fundraiser for the Grand Teton Music Festival and one of the top wine auctions in the country. 307-732-9961. July 2-Aug. 20: The Grand Teton Music Festival Summer Season, Walk Festival Hall. America’s finest festival orchestra has once again put together a stunning sevenweek program. 307-733-1128. July 2: Grand Teton Music Festival Opening Gala Celebration, 8 p.m. doors open at Walk Festival Hall. 9 p.m. 733-3050.

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EL GORDITO’S MEXICAN RESTAURANT 1180 S. Hwy 89, Jackson 307-734-6736 Original recipes handed down for generations from the heart of Mexico. Chile rellenos, enchiladas, burritos, tacos and fresh hand made tortillas. $5.99 breakfasts all day.

MERRY PIGLETS 160 N. Cache, Jackson 307-733-2966 The oldest and busiest Mexican restaurant in town, going on our 41st year. Voted best salsa in JH Weekly’s Best of 2010 Reader’s Poll. Serving all your favorite Tex Mex dishes including fajitas, enchiladas, fish tacos, fire roasted chicken, kids menu, plus ten homemade salsas and sauces. Full bar serving more than 40 Tequilas.

PICA’S MEXICAN TAQUERIA 1160 Alpine Lane, Jackson 307-734-4457 ITALIAN/PIZZA DOMINO’S PIZZA 520 S. Hwy 89, Kmart Plaza 307-733-0330 DORNAN’S PIZZA & PASTA Grand Teton National Park 307-733-2415 www.dornans.com GIOVANNI’S 690 South Highway 89 307-734-1970 MOUNTAIN HIGH PIZZA PIE 120 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-3646 NANI’S CUCINA ITALIANA 242 N. Glenwood, Jackson 307-733-3888 PINKY G’S PIZZERIA 50 W. Broadway, Jackson see AT NIGHT page 21


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July 3, 4: Fireworks and Fourth of July Celebration in Teton Village. July 4: Howdy Pardners Parade, 10 a.m., downtown Jackson. A great way to start your 4th of July celebrations. 733-3316. July 4: Music in the Hole, 3 p.m., Alpine Field. The Grand Teton Festival Orchestra hosts their fantastic annual community concert. 733-3316. July 4: 4th of July Fireworks, 10 p.m., Snow King. Hosted by the Jackson Hole Jaycee. 733-3316. July 7: Music on Main, featuring Honey Island Swamp Band, 6 p.m., Victor City Park in Victor, Idaho. Free. Tetonvalleyfoundation.org July 8: Paper Bird and Kristy Kruger, 9 p.m., Town Square Tavern. $10. Whatsgoodhereproductions.com July 8-10: Teton Village Antique Show, 10 a.m., Teton Village. Featuring nationally recognized dealers and antiques. 307-570-9763. July 9-Sept. 17: JH Farmer’s Market, 8 a.m., Town Square. Enjoy local produce, baked goods, entertainment and more. 307690-6661. July 9: Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m., Teton County Fairgrounds. $8 kids; $13-18 adults. 307-6904036. July 14: Music on Main, featuring Ivan Neville and Dumbstaphunk, Victor City Park in Victor, Idaho. Free. Tetonvalleyfoundation.org July 15-17: Art Fair Jackson Hole, Miller Park – corner of Millward and Deloney, Fri: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sat: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sun: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Art Fair Jackson Hole brings diverse forms of art to a community that is rich in western history. July 15-17: 5th Annual Targhee Fest, Grand Targhee Resort. Enjoy great music during one of the region’s best summer festivals. 800-TARGHEE. July 17: Concert on the Commons, 4 to 8 p.m., Teton Village. Finish off your weekend on

the Village Commons listening to top quality local and national music productions. Free. poppapresents.com July 18: Jackson Hole Hootenanny, 7 p.m., Center for the Arts. This local tradition in great music features local musicians for a family evening of fun, footstomping music. 733-4900. July 18: Mama’s Love, 9 p.m., Town Square Tavern. $10. Whatsgoodhereproductions.com July 19: The Sibleys and The Honey DewDrops (Bluegrass Concert) 7:30 p.m., Black Box Theatre at Center for the arts. $12. www.offsquare.org. July 21: Music on Main, featuring Anders Osborne, 6 p.m., Victor City Park in Victor, Idaho. Free. Tetonvalleyfoundation.org July 21: Taming the Tetons Bike Race, Teton Village. A premier regional mountain bike series that makes a stop in Jackson Hole. 733-2292. July 21: ARTwalk, 5:00 p.m., galleries around Town Square. July 23: Snow King Runners Hillclimb, 9 a.m., Town Square and up the face of Snow King Mountain. One of the most difficult foot races in the West. 7395056. July 24-31: Teton County Fair, Teton County Fairgrounds. A funfilled Teton County Fair is planned for 2009. Night events will include a concert with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band! 307-733-5289. www.tetoncountyfair.com July 24: Concert on the Commons, 4 to 8 p.m., Teton Village. Finish off your weekend on the Village Commons listening to top quality local and national music productions. Free. poppapresents.com July 24: Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers, an evening of bluegrass and banjo, 8 p.m., Center Theater. Martin provides a show that is both entertaining and artistically sound. Reserved seats, $150, $50. 307733-4900.

July 26: The Trishas, 9 p.m., Town Square Tavern. $5. Whats goodhereproductions. July 28: Music on Main, featuring Alejandro Escovedo with special guest the Orbans, 6 p.m., Victor City Park in Victor, Idaho. Free. July 29-30: Orbit Group, 9:30 p.m., Mangy Moose. Cover TBD. 733-4913. July 29-31: Art Festival at Teton Village, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Teton Village. Unique creations of over 125 artists from across the nation. 739-2770. July 29: Lettuce, 8 p.m., Teton County Fairgrounds. Seven-person all-star collective featuring 70s style raw funk./$23 tickets. tetoncountyfair.com July 31: Concert on the Commons, 4 to 8 p.m., Teton Village. Americana rock and indie music pioneers the Mother Hips and Jackson Hole Music Experience. Free. poppapresents.com

AUGUST Aug. 2: Jackson Hole Rodeo, 8 p.m., Teton County Fairgrounds. $8 kids; $13-18 adults. 307-6904036. Aug. 4: Music on Main, featuring Lukas Nelson and the Promise of the Real, 6 p.m., Victor City Park in Victor, Idaho. Free. Aug. 5: The Gourds, 9:30 p.m., Mangy Moose. Cover TBD. 7334913. Aug. 7: Concert on the Commons, 4 to 8 p.m., Teton Village. Finish off your weekend on the Village Commons listening to top quality local and national music productions. Free. poppapresents.com Aug. 9: Amos Lee, 8 p.m., Center Theater. Amos Lee directs his music with a spirit and presence rooted in American tradition. $35, $25. 307-733-4900. Aug. 11: Music on Main, featuring Paul Thorn, 6 p.m., Victor City Park in Victor, Idaho. Free. Aug. 12-14: 24th Annual Bluegrass Festival, Grand Targhee see CALENDAR page 24

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734-PINK New York style pizza slices and whole pies. Sandwiches such as chicken parmesan and pulled pork, appetizers and family-style salads. Plus a full bar all in a stylish setting. The new spot to go before, during and after your night on the town. Located at the Pink Garter. Open late every night.

PIZZA HUT 180 Powderhorn, Jackson 307-733-8550 BARS & LOUNGES 43 NORTH 645 S. Cache, Jackson 307-733-0043 AMANGANI LOUNGE 1535 N.E. Butte, Jackson 307-734-7333

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www.mangymoose.net Grace Potter at the Mangy Moose

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KOSHU WINE BAR 200 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-5283 THE LOUNGE AT SNOW KING RESORT 400 E. Snow King 307-734-3236 MERRY PIGLETS MEXICAN GRILL 160 N. Cache, Jackson 307-733-2966 MILLION DOLLAR COWBOY BAR 25 N. Cache, Jackson 307-733-2207 RENDEZVOUS BISTRO 380 S. Broadway, Jackson 307-739-1100

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SUMMER in Jackson Hole ANTLER INN W. Pearl & Cache 307-733-2535

49ER INN & SUITES

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ELK COUNTRY INN 480 W. Pearl 307-733-2364

COWBOY VILLAGE RESORT 800-4-TETONS

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SIDEWINDERS SPORTS GRILL & TAVERN 945 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-734-5766 Where can you get great food and drinks, plus watch any game on one of our 40 plasma tv’s while the kids play the newest games in our arcade? Sidewinders. Dining options include pastas, New York style pizza, rotisserie chicken, burgers, barbeque port, brisket, prime rib and salads.

SILVER DOLLAR BAR & GRILL 50 N. Glenwood, Jackson at The Wort Hotel 307-732-3939 SNAKE RIVER BREWERY AND RESTAURANT 265 S. Millward, Jackson 307-739-BEER www.snakeriverbrewing.com SNAKE RIVER GRILL 84 E. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-0557 www.snakerivergrill.com see AT NIGHT page 25


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Resort. The grandfather of Bluegrass Festivals in the northern Rockies will be one of the most memorable of the summer season. 800-TARGHEE. Aug. 14: Jonny Lang and JJ Grey and MOFRO, 8 p.m., Center Theater. From raw funk to deep soul, blues and rock, Jonny Lang and JJ Grey and his band MOFRO will deliver the best in live performances. $65, $45. 307-733-4900. Aug. 14: Concert on the Commons, 4 to 8 p.m., Teton Village. Finish off your weekend on the Village Commons listening to top quality local and national music productions. Free. poppapresents.com Aug 18: ARTwalk, 5 p.m., galleries around Town Square. Aug. 19: Teka Brock Band, 9:30 p.m., Mangy Moose. Cover TBD. 733-4913. Aug. 19: March Fourth Marching Band, time TBD, Pink Garter Theater. Stilt-walkers, dancing girls, flag twirlers, clown antics, and acrobatics accompany this

eclectic ensemble. Cover. poppapresents.com Aug. 19-20: Jackson Hole Scottish Festival, Teton County Fairgrounds. Sponsored by the Wyoming Highlanders. www.wyohighlanders.net or 307730-8659. Aug. 19-21: Art Fair Jackson Hole, Miller Park – corner of Millward and Deloney. Established in 1965, Art Fair Jackson Hole brings diverse forms of art to a community that is rich in western history. Aug. 20: Teton Science School 34th Annual Fundraising Auction, 2 p.m., Teton Science Schools’ Jackson Campus. Support programming for kids from Teton County and throughout Wyoming. 307-733-1313, ext. 1313. August 26: Page-to-Stage (Play-reading Series) Copenhagen by Michael Frayn 7:30pm, Black Box Theatre at Center for the arts. $5. www.offsquare.org. Aug. 26: Head for the Hills, 9:30

p.m., Mangy Moose. Cover TBD. 733-4913. Aug. 26-28: Teton Village Arts & Antique Sale, 10 a.m., Teton Village. Juried artists and antique dealers combine for a great weekend event. 733-2292. Aug. 31: Punch Brothers featuring Chris Thile, 8 p.m., Center Theater. $35, $25. 307-733-4900.

SEPTEMBER Sept. 2: Labor Day Ski Sale at Teton Village. 307-739- 2770. Sept. 8-18: Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, throughout Jackson. Featuring fine arts, music, cuisine and home design. 307-7333316. Sept. 17: ARTwalk, 5:00 p.m., galleries around Town Square. Sept. 10: LOTOJA classic. This 211-mile bike race, for teams or individuals, winds from Logan, Utah to Teton Village. Sept. 24: Jackson Hole Marathon. The marathon will start in the Jackson Town Square and end in Teton Village. A celebration will follow in the Commons.

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SHADE’S CAFE 82 S. King, Jackson 307-733-2015

TRIO 45 S. Glenwood, Jackson 307-734-8038

SUBWAY 520 S. Hwy 89, Jackson 307-739-1965

VIRGINIAN SALOON 750 W. Broadway Jackson 307-739-9891 Step through the swinging doors into The Virginian Saloon, where you'll be surrounded by Western flavor. A Jackson Hole favorite, the saloon features full butting ram mounts and is packed with artifacts reflecting the regional culture. For your enjoyment you'll find big screen TVs and pool tables. Live music and dance floor.

THE LIQUOR STORE /THE WINE LOFT 115 Buffalo Way, Jackson 307-733-4466 PLAZA LIQUORS 832 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-8888

SPECIALTY GROCER JACKSON WHOLE GROCER 974 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-0450 jacksonwholegrocer.com PEARL ST. MEAT & FISH 260 W. Pearl Street Jackson 307-733-1300 VOM FASS 60 E. Broadway, Jackson 307-734-1535

SIDEWINDER’S WINE, SPIRITS AND ALE 945 W. Broadway Jackson 307-734-5766 TETON LIQUORS 520 S. Hwy 89, Jackson 307-739-1122 VIRGINIAN LIQUOR STORE 750 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-2792 COFFEE/CAFE

TOWN SQUARE TAVERN 20 E. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-3886 DELICATESSENS BACKCOUNTRY PROVISIONS 85 W. Deloney, Jackson 307-734-9430 CREEKSIDE MARKET & DELI 545 N. Cache, Jackson 307-733-7926 JACKSON WHOLE GROCER 975 W. Broadway Jackson 307-733-0450 NEW YORK CITY SUB SHOP 20 N. Jackson, Jackson 307-733-4414 PEARL STREET BAGELS 145 W. Pearl, Jackson 307-739-2585 PHILLY’S PHINEST 25 N. Cache, Jackson 307-734-8242 QUIZNO’S 1325 S. Hwy. 89, Jackson 307-733-0201

TAKE OUT MCDONALDS 1110 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-7444 Great quality and service come together at Jackson Hole’s convenient and affordable latenight restaurant. New for this summer are Strawberry Lemonade, Mango-Pineapple Smoothies, and the popular Asian Salad, featuring Newman's Own® Ginger dressing. Open and serving your favorites 5am to 2am daily through Labor Day. Satisfy your late cravings at Mickey D’s!

BEER, WINE & LIQUOR BUD’S EASTSIDE LIQUOR 582 E. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-1181 JACKSON HOLE WINE CO. 200 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-739-9463 JACKSON WHOLE GROCER 974 W. Broadway, Jackson 307-733-0450 jacksonwholegrocer.com

THE BUNNERY 130 N. Cache, Jackson (307) 734-0075 SEATTLE’S BEST COFFEE Inside Smith’s 1425 S. Hwy 89, Jackson 307-733-8908 CAFÉ BOHEME 1110 Maple Way, Jackson 307-733-(JAVA) 5282 A fusion of french and ethnic food, locally baked fresh bread, organic coffee and fresh juices prepared and served with the intent to please the most delicate palates in a relaxing environment. Serving coffee drinks, breakfast burritos and croissants, sandwiches, crepes, salads, soups, cheese platters and cold cut platters accompanied with fresh bread.

TULLY’S Inside Albertson’s 105 Buffalo Way, Jackson 307-733-5950 PEARL STREET BAGELS 145 W. Pearl, Jackson 307-739-2585 see AT NIGHT page 27

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WINE TASTING Tasting Regional Italian Wines with Antonio Pardo

DOWN ON GLEN In town 733-4422

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Après Ski in The Lobby Lounge at The Four Seasons Resort.

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JUDD GROSSMAN Judd Grossman Entertainment, Inc “The finest entertainers for the most demanding clients.” 307-690-4935 www.juddgrossman.com

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TETON VILLAGE RD CONTINENTAL CUISINE Q ROADHOUSE 2550 Teton Village Road 307-739-0700

NORA’S FISH CREEK INN 5600 W. Hwy. 22, Wilson 307-733-8288

THE PINES RESTAURANT 3450 N. Clubhouse Road 307-733-1005

CHIPPY’S KITCHEN AND CATERING 1295 N. West St., Wilson 307-734-1456

ASIAN & SUSHI SUDACHI 346 N. Pines Way, Wilson 307-734-7832

ASIAN & SUSHI SUDACHI 346 N. Pines Way, Wilson 307-734-7832

ITALIAN/PIZZA CALICO ITALIAN RESTAURANT & BAR Teton Village Road 307-733-2460

COULOIR Top of the Bridger Gondola 307-739-2675 couloirrestaurant.com GAMEFISH Snake River Lodge & Spa 7710 Granite Loop Road 307-732-6040 MANGY MOOSE RESTAURANT & SALOON 307-733-4913 www.mangymoose.net LOBBY LOUNGE In the Four Seasons Resort 307-732-5000 THE PEAK In the Four Seasons Resort 307-732-5000

MEXICAN BARS & LOUNGES PICA’S MEXICAN TAQUERIA at The Stagecoach Bar in Wilson 307-734-7422

CALICO ITALIAN RESTAURANT & BAR Teton Village Road 307-733-2460

BARS & LOUNGES STAGECOACH BAR 5755 W. Hwy 22, Wilson 307-733-4407 DELICATESSEN PEARL STREET BAGELS Highway 22, Wilson 307-739-3012 BEER, WINE & LIQUOR STAGECOACH LIQUOR STORE Highway 22, Wilson 307-733-4590 COFFEE/CAFE

Q ROADHOUSE BARBEQUE 2550 Moose-Wilson Road 307- 739-0700 THE PINES RESTAURANT Teton Pines, Teton Village 307- 733-1005 BEER, WINE & LIQUOR WESTSIDE WINE & SPIRITS In The Aspens 307-733-5038 TETON VILLAGE CONTINENTAL CUISINE ALPENHOF BISTRO 307-733-3242 aplenhoflodge.com

ELEVATED GROUNDS 3445 N. Pines Way, Ste. 102, Wilson 307-734-1343

ALPENROSE RESTAURANT 307-733-3462 aplenhoflodge.com

PEARL STREET BAGELS Highway 22, Wilson 307-739-3012

CASCADE GRILL Teton Mountan Lodge 307-732-6932

WESTBANK GRILL In the Four Seasons Resort 307-732-5001 RMO CAFE Mangy Moose building 307-734-9438 ASIAN AND SUSHI MASA SUSHI 3345 W. McCollister 307-732-2962 LOBBY LOUNGE In the Four Seasons Resort 307-732-5000 www.fourseasons.com TETON THAI 7342 Granite Loop 307-733-0022 For over ten years, Teton Thai has been offering traditional Thai food prepared by authentic Thai chefs. Our new location in Teton Village is a quaint 30 seat restaurant complete with a bar and full liquor license. We offer spacious summer patio setting with heat lamps, a fireplace and expansive views. Take-out is available. Teton Thai is consistently voted “Best Thai” and Best Vegetarian.” see AT NIGHT page 29

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Johnson Family Band June 30 & July 1

Kinetix

ORGONE & More Than Lights August 4

July 7 & 8

Paper Bird July 14 & 15

Philly’s Phunkestra July 21 & 22

Fox Street All Stars July 23

Pato Banton & ChanMan Jam Band September 13

Reverend Horton Heat & Nashville Pussy September 29 & 30

Deadlocks with David Gans

Silent Comedy & St. Motel

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At Night Listings TETON VILLAGE Bars & Lounges to DRIGGS & VICTOR ITALIAN/PIZZA II VILLAGIO OSTERIA Hotel Terra 307-739-4100 VILLAGE CAFE 420 Village Center Bldg. 307-732-CAFE BARS & LOUNGES ALPENHOF BISTRO Teton Village 307-733-3242 www.aplenhoflodge.com

GRAND TETON MUSIC FESTIVAL www.gtmf.org 307-733-1128 MANGY MOOSE SALOON 307.733.4913 www.mangymoose.net MILLION DOLLAR COWBOY BAR 25 N. Cache, Jackson 307-733-2207 SILVER DOLLAR BAR & GRILL Broadway & Glenwood 307-732-3939

CASCADE GRILL HOUSE & SPIRITS In Teton Mountain Lodge 307-732-6932

STAGECOACH BAR 5755 W. Hwy 22, Wilson 307-733-4407

COULOIR Fine Dining at 9,095 ft 739-2675 www.couloirrestaurant.com

JACKSON HOLE PLAYHOUSE & SADDLE ROCK SALOON 145 W. Deloney, Jackson 307-733-6994

LOBBY LOUNGE In the Four Seasons Resort 307-732-5000

LOBBY LOUNGE In the Four Seasons Resort 307-732-5000 www.fourseasons.com

MANGY MOOSE RESTAURANT & SALOON 307-733-4913 www.mangymoose.net VILLAGE CAFE in Teton Village 307-732-CAFÉ BEER, WINE & LIQUOR MANGY MOOSE MARKET & CELLARS In the Mangy Moose Bldg. 307-734-0070 TETON VILLAGE BOTTLE SHOP 3200 W. McCollister 307-732-2337 LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & CONCERT VENUES

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GRAND TETON BREWING 430 Old Jackson Hwy. Victor 208-787-9000 Come and enjoy a pint at the brewery that started craft brewing in the Tetons. Enjoy patio seating, horse shoes and bocci ball. Take your part in being green by filling your growler from a brewpub that introduced glass growlers in 1989. We offer complimentary beer tasting, merchandise, gifts and beer!

HEADWATERS GRILLE 75 Headwaters, Victor 208-787-3600 KNOTTY PINE 58 S. Main St., Victor 208-787-2866 O’ROURKES RESTAURANT 42 E. Little Avenue, Driggs 208-354-8115 ROYAL WOLF 63 Depot St., Driggs 208-354-8365

MUSIC PRODUCTION FRONT STREET PRODUCTIONS www.frontstreetproductions.com WHAT’S GOOD HERE PRODUCTIONS www.whatsgoodhereproductions.com What’s Good Here? Productions began contributing to live music in Teton Valley by putting on free concerts at their home. WGH hasn’t looked back and delivers new music with consistency to a highly appreciative community. They’re developing a positive reputation for themselves in live music promotion.

DRIGGS & VICTOR CENTER FOR THE ARTS 225 S. Cache, Jackson 307-734-8956

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BUNK HOUSE BISTRO 258 N. Main St., Driggs

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SCRATCH 185 West Center St. Victor 208-787-5678 TETON THAI 32 Birch Street, Driggs 208-787-8424 TIMBERLINE BAR AND GRILL 31 W. Center, Victor 208-787-2639 TONY’S PIZZA & PASTA 364 N. Main St., Driggs 208-354-8829 WARBIRDS CAFE 675 Airport Rd, Driggs, ID 208-354-2550 WILDLIFE BREWING & PIZZA 145 S. Main Street Victor, ID 208-787-2623


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