There are those who eat to live, and those who live to eat. Eating nourishes our bodies, and depending on the setting and the cuisine, it can also nourish our spirits.
Discover the New Hayden’s Post Menu
People visit Jackson Hole, Wyoming, from around the globe to experience the magnificence of the natural landscape. What many folks don’t realize, ahead of time, is that dining after a day in the mountains is 10x more nourishing than a regular meal.
Have you ever noticed a difference in your level of satisfaction of eating dinner post-work vs. eating dinner post-snowboarding, for example? After a day soaking in the vibrancy of nature and working out ones physical body, delicious cuisine becomes a heightened sensory experience.
The brilliant culinary team at Hayden’s Post, the restaurant in Snow King Resort, has worked hard to create a menu that reflects the combination of nature, physical expression, and cuisine. To give you a delicious taste of what you may soon have the opportunity to experience, here’s a teaser of the new menu:
The meal to set the tone of your day: breakfast
Awaken, prepare your gear, and then indulge in a round of banana foster waffles, wild mushroom frittatas, spiced pork belly eggs benedict, or trout and Johnny cakes.
Halfway through the day, energy re-charge
Though it’s long been said breakfast is the most important meal of the day, take a cue from the ancient science of Ayurveda and eat the biggest meal when the sun is at its peak: lunchtime. New menu offerings include buffalo chili, seasonal winter salad, and fish & chips.
Celebrate the magnificence of the day: dinner
As mentioned, perhaps no meal is as satisfying as dinner after a spectacular day of being in Jackson Hole. Whether you skied, hiked, jacuzzied, or simply gazed, every bite of dinner will seal in the experiences you’ve had.
Expect to indulge in:
- Fried calamari
- Bone marrow
- Lasagna Bolognese
- Foster Farms half roast chicken
- Beeler Family pork loin chop
- Merlot braised Colorado lamb shank
- Risotto with sea scallops
- 777 Ranch South Dakota buffalo short ribs
We hope you have a chance to dine at Hayden’s Post and make the most of the new menu offerings. Executive Chef Michael Gallivan has been a long-time Jackson resident who greatly enjoys life in the Tetons. His combined passion for the great outdoors and expertly crafted cuisine are apparent with each bite. Make your next Jackson getaway a treat for your mind, body, and spirit.