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Independent small businesses give Jackson it’s community feel and local flavor We thank you for thinking small!
List of Sena’s FAVORITE small businesses
Stio Kind of a small business, at least mostly local. An off-shoot of what was Cloudveil. (Our friend Candace designed the pine cone logo).
Bodega Gourmet grocer where you will find treats from Fine Dining’s restaurant fare, fuel, and adult sloshies.
Bodega’s Chicken Shack The shack is BACK! 11 a.m to 7 p.m. daily. USA Today calls is “worth a stop.”
OYG/Old Yellowstone Garage Chef Paulie O’Connor’s has resurrected a legendary dining experience and once lost town favorites where one can “mangiar bene e bere meglio” – eat well and drink better! OYG is a Piemontese restaurant that started in Dubois, WY in 2000. Chef O’Connor has continued the passion of David and Cinzia Gilbert who retired to Italy in 2007 and later entrusted O’Connor with the reputable OYG name and concept. A tiny location is also in Alpine, WY. Reservations Advised or post up at the convivial bar, if you can get a spot.
Sudachi Sushi in a trendy modern setting. Gorgeous art and sushi cheffery flare.
Elevated Grounds Coffee Locally roasted, fair-trade coffee in a bustling setting with chilled out music. Paninis, salads, and kid’s menu.
Ski Barre Barre method and fitness
Streetfood at The Stagecoach Chef Marcos and former professional waitstaff Amelia made a bold departure from tenure at The Four Seasons to open an incredible inspired and unpretentious spot to casually commune with your friends and family at the legendary Stagecoach Bar. What a killer combo! Streetfood took over an ever revolving spot and they seem here to stay. Mentioned in The New York Times “36 Hours in Jackson Hole. An apres spot where kids are welcome on the non-bar side. From Mexican to Mediterranean. Enjoy the summer season with a beverage from “the Coach” and lounge on the deck or play beach volleyball in between glorious bites of chef Marcos. View their tantalizing menu and order.
The Stage Coach Bar Jackson Hole history preserved. The “Coach” is famous not just for Sunday “church” with the world-famous Stagecoach Band, Thursday night Disco Night, or the coach slogan IWIYWBMAD. The Stagecoach was commemorated in a documentary by local filmmaker Jennifer Tennican, “The Stage Coach Bar, An American Crossroads.” You can get a copy at the The Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum at 225 N Cache St, Jackson, WY 83001.
Pearl Street Bagels (we forgive them even if they DON’T toast). Going strong since 1990.
Nora’s Fish Creek Inn just about the best breakfast you could imagine. The Chorizo, wow! Lines form.
American Wilderness Botanicals/AWB Website offers locally made products including skin-soothing Fireweed Hydrosol used in treatments at Sena Spa.
TGR/Teton Gravity Research Twin oompa loompas Todd and Steve turned ski adventures into merchandise and cult ski movies. Their decidedly more responsible brother Jeremy makes JONES snowboards.
TOWN OF JH
King Sushi Jason King and his effervescent partner run the show serving AUTHENTIC sushi in a historic cabin. Since you can no longer try to match the prior Kay’s car-bomb drinking ability at former CLOSED Masa sushi in Teton Village. The new “Kay” at King Sushi can help you order a sophisticated cocktail or tell you what has the perfect umami. King Sushi is the “legit” place to get sushi in Jackson Hole, King is the real deal. You don’t often find the words humble and great snowboarder in the same sentence but King is a bit of a legend too.
Melvin–Brewing at Thai Me Up Industrious snowboard bum Jeremy Tofte’s successful (if not confusing) Thai meets Beer concept claims to “never sell out.” A hero to the working class. Jeremy secured a grant for distribution and has a new venture MELVIN BREWING in Alpine, WY. You don’t really go to Thai Me Up for the sit down menu. It’s a spot to post at the bar and grab a bar menu. Take a look at the hanging like that announces the “skid curry” special curry of the day to see if it’s glowing yellow, green, or red or order some tasty wings. Melvin beer is some of the World’s Best. Recognized by GABF for Gold many times over.
Dornan’s in Moose The Pizza & Pasta Co., The Chuckwagon-Grill, The Spur Bar, Wine Shop. A must do in Summer. The view from The Bar or up on the deck at the Pizza & Pasta Co. never dissappoints. Sadly polyester Levi full suit (sometimes cufflinks) wearing authentic living heritage of the West, Bob (patriarch of the family) passed recently. What a true class act, he is missed! Now, Dennis or any one of the stellar members in the Wine Shop can assist you or you can wander into the bar with a BILLION DOLLAR VIEW and Gretchen or Amy may still be there after a decade or so. Arguably the most knowledgeable wine shop in the greater Rockies area. . Sena Spa’s owner Megan spent her magical first summer at Dornan’s, a then vegetarian, happily serving up Prime Rib in the Chuckwagon-Grill. You never know if Yvon Chouinard is breakfasting here. He was on staff in the 70’s. An avid fly fisherman, Yvon sometimes teaches Tenkara workshops in Summer. My favorite memory of Bob Dornan was hearing him split wood in early a.m. with have a giant Cabernet glass sitting on a stump beside him dressed in his western finery.
Moosely Mountaineering (was Moosely Seconds) For years this shop was managed by acclaimed mountaineer Steve Romeo a.k.a “Rando Steve” a passionate athlete and member of Teton Search & Rescue and namesake of the phrase LIVE TO SKI adopted by Skinny Skis (sister business of Moosely in the town of Jackson).