Smoked Trout Dip


Polenta Encrusted Idaho Trout and and Angus Beef Tenderloin


Elk Tenderloin with Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes and a Sauce Chasseur

The Granary: Western Cuisine Meets Elegance

Overlooking the Teton Mountain Range, one can take a pleasant drive to Spring Creek Ranch where the food matches the view… With a landscape such as this, how could anyone not enjoy some local flavors mixed with culinary precision?

It is common for people visiting Jackson, who see elk and bison roaming Yellowstone or Grand Teton National Park, to take part in the special flavors of game. Luckily there are many places to enjoy this, however it takes patience and knowledge of the cut of meat to make it taste the way you would hope it would.

Opening its doors in 1984, the Granary has a history of passionate and talented chefs. “Keep it simple.” Remarks new head chef, Martin Levitz, overcomplicating these dishes can take away from the main ingredients of which the Granary’s staff are proud of. Local meats and veggies are brought from nearby Idaho farms, where sustainability is a focus.

With such rich and distinguishing flavors this type of game must be cooked delicately. Presentation never escapes the Granary’s chefs and always comes out delightful and suiting yet simple.

A retired couple from Florida, were there for the first time and commented on the place, “Absolutely gorgeous, food and the view.” So if this all sounds like your way to celebrate, the Granary is perfect for that special birthday or anniversary.

Authors advice: Relax, breath the open Wyoming air and eat your way to heaven!

Joslyn Funez
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