Those with peanut allergies should steer clear of this casual local favorite between Teton Village and Jackson: The (free) nuts are served out of barrels, and it’s customary to just toss your shells on the floor. Follow them with stick-to-your-ribs, Southern-style choices like a po’ boy, shrimp and grits, or catfish; you might also find a few outliers, such as Indian lamb stew, pasta, and a Korean breakfast bowl. Q’s own Roadhouse brews are on tap, along with a long wine list, and in summer an ice cream shack sets up right outside.