Jackson has more dining options than any other city in Wyoming. You'll find the predictable steak/seafood/pasta menus -- usually injected with a few de rigueur wild-game dishes, too -- but you'll also find more-unusual options. For a morning jump-start, head to Shades Cafe, 82 S. King St. (tel. 307/733-2015), which serves good coffee, sandwiches, and other breakfast and lunch entrees. Another a.m. stalwart, the Betty Rock Cafe, 325 W. Pearl Ave. (tel. 307/733-0747), serves creative breakfasts and plenty of espresso. Serving big, tasty slabs of New York-style pizza, Café Ponza, 50 W. Broadway (tel. 307/734-2720; www.cafeponza.com) is the only place to eat in Jackson proper after the bars close (cash only). D.O.G., Glenwood St. and Broadway (tel. 307/733-4422) serves coffee, burgers, and superlative breakfast burritos for breakfast and lunch and transforms into Everest Momo Shack Thursday through Monday evenings to plate up Nepalese cuisine. And 3,000 feet above Teton Village, Couloir, accessible via gondola (tel. 307/739-2675), offers creative Western fare and incredible views.
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