The Handle Bar – Four Seasons Jackson Hole
Brought two bottles of wine, paid $60 corkage fee. Seemed excessive.
Great food. One of our favorite restaurants while we were in town.
I made reservations as we were driving over. They were ready for us and gave us a nice table outside. Lovely!
Waiter was excellent. Food was very good.
Nice location for outside dining. Food is OK but the ambience is nice. Service was OK. Will return but not my favorite.
We ate outside and the service, food and especially the view were outstanding. It became our "go to" place for drinks on multiple other nights too.
Run by a bunch of kids. A hamburger for $26 ??? Really??
Fun staff and super attentive. Novel menu and ambiance.
Super friendly service. Great views. Delicious food.
Great location for lunch with a view. Super friendly service and great food.
Beautiful table facing the gondola and trams. Food and service excellent. My husband said the burger was best meat he had eaten in a long, long time. Better be for $25!
Sub par at best.
We ordered burgers and had to wait an hour for our food. Ridiculous!
Kinda went downhill since the past few years. Prices seem way higher, but portions seem way smaller, especially the burgers. Service, even when not so busy, is slow and staff seems like they're just waiting to go home. Still good food, but don't expect much.
Good food great service. A recommendation......suggest not having dishes cleared from the table until everyone is finished with their meal.
Food was amazing and the views were unparalleled. We even saw a moose outside while we were eating!
Get the French Dip- you won't regret it!
The new restaurant manager came up and introduced himself..... Very personable. Great food.....loved watching all the activity, mountain bikers, families. Good service. Great table-I requested outside with sun cover. Perfect.
Great. Definitely go back
We all had the fried chicken which was recommended by someone we meet on a ski lift. This gentleman raved about it, and he was not lying, not only was the chicken outstanding from a flavor perspective, but it was an extraordinary portion with breast, leg and wing. The biscut was equivalent to 2-3 biscuts from KFC and was delicious, soft and fluffy inside. Their homemade cole slaw was very good and VERY healthy, made without mayo and with soft amount of vinegar and was clearly freshly made that day. The ambiance was good enough for taking someone out on a date and the chef was kind enough to stop by and check on the food quality. Overall a sensational meal and experience. I would definitely go back there in a heartbeat!
Food has really dropped off from last year. Burgers are below average and are not the same as last year. Prices are high for what you get.
Overrated and way over priced
My husband did not enjoy his trout salad as it was over cooked. I did enjoy the beet salad. Great flavors. However, we had horrible service and it was very loud. Drinks ran dry and we never saw our waiter again. Manager took our money and never asked about our experience.
Menu is limited. Atmosphere not great. Service good. Food average. Price expensive. Went for casual dinner with family.
We made two separate reservations in order to make them online with a party of 13. My brother called after to see if we could at least get tables nearby or possibly together. They set us up next to each other then we asked if we could be seated at the empty picnic style tables which looked like it would seat the whole party. Only a few other tables in the whole place were occupied. Some awkwardness there with the hostess and we bailed on the idea. Then someone came over and asked if we'd like to sit together... We had already settled in at that point so we declined. Food was outstanding, we had the bone marrow app, smoked salmon avocado toast, and deviled eggs. The fried chicken was awesome, burger terrific(the normal sized one), and miso soup with pork belly also terrific. My husband and I had the pan seared trout and cauliflower side which was a perfect combo. I also split the Caesar with my daughter which was wonderful although the pig ear croutons were a little over the top for me...I ate some but had some difficulty knowing I was eating pig ears. Noise level was a little high even though there were only a few other tables and a few people seated at the bar. I bet when the dining room was full you'd have a tough time making conversation.
So overall a great meal for our last night of a big family ski trip. I think we all said we'd go back. And actually a few of us had been there for lunch and said it was pricey but great food. I'm ok with pricey as long as the food is top notch.
Good, comfort food. A bit pricey but it is the Four Seasons. Meal quality was mixed. Fried chicken was good but the cornbread with it was dry. Quinoa burger was very good. Fish and chips were solid, not outstanding. Quinoa salad good but too many beers.
They have amazing nachos (not on the menu!) This place is a little pricey for what you are getting, but also hosts an amazing location.
Amazing service. Great Food. Highly recommend
In spite of having an open table reservation for ten people made over a month ago the restaurant informs us upon arrival they don’t take lunch reservations. This was after asking our name and being obviously aware that we had a reservation. The wait we experienced (20 minutes at least) would have not been problematic if the staff wouldn’t have acted as though the reservation was meaninglessness. In other words they were doing us a favor by seating us. Placement was at a very cramped table for our party. Service was incredibly slow for a fairly simple menu. Food is better elsewhere. Nowhere up to par for any restaurant much less so for a Four Seasons Resort Restaurant. We’ve had bad experiences in the past here, this was the nail in the coffin. AVOID.
Not great for price .... even with resort location factored in
Even though we had booked a table about a week in advance, we were seated at what must’ve been the worst seat, right at the entrance. It was behind the hostess’ desk, looking down a corridor, three feet from the biggest tv screen you’ve ever seen with a game of football playing at HD in our faces. Nice way to spend Christmas dinner. There were only two of us and they didn’t clear the other two place settings away from the table.
Atmosphere is dull. People are basic. Service is lacking. Food is ok but obscenely overpriced (basic food weirdly expensive).
Great location right on the mountain. Food was just so ok, severely overpriced, even for Jackson. Nothing really special, and atmosphere was more like a cafeteria. Bartender didn’t know what Kir Royale is lol.
This bar/restaurant in the Four Seasons hotel seems to struggle with what it wants to be. The food and service are good, but the room is so brightly lit that it's distracting. This will be strange and off-putting to the apres ski crowd.
Always a pleasure to dine at the Handlebar. There are so many tasty offerings that it is hard to choose. However, I always have to have one of their Handlebar “moustache” pretzels before any meal... yum! This time had desert, an amazing warm doughnut with strawberries and whipped cream that was heavenly. The service is always friendly, and excellent. I’ll alwsys be back!
both the food and cocktails had unexpected depth of flavor. highly recommend!
The restaurant is a great choice to sit in the summer sun at Teton Village .
Great amongst the Rockies!!
Great service (our waiter - Dan was outstanding, professional and unobtrusive)
Food was tasty, cooked to perfection and arrived at a reasonable time and cost
Definitely a keeper
relaxing time with a view. Great service as always. Many choices for kids. The evoo desert was beautiful and delicious. 20% off for locals is always appreciated and keeps me coming back.
Good food. Service was far worse than I would have hoped for. Would not likely come back based on the service.
What happened?! We used to go to the Handle Bar ALL. THE. TIME. Not anymore. First of all where did the Korean chicken wings go? Seriously, those were the best thing on the menu.