A limited menus that was way over priced. For example the least expensive bottle of Chardonnay was $73 and you’d pay $18 retail for it.
Neither the noodle bowl (very salty miso) or halibut collar (poorest part of the halibut - very boney, although done ok) were very good. Waitress did her best to describe the ingredients.
I don’t mind expensive meals that deliver good quality, but this was not the case. A high end restaurant should not deliver mediocre food selections.
I went because their menu showed Wings. Did not realize the restaurant was part of th Four Seasons or I would have passed. NEVER paid $24 for a hamburger before...and it wasnt much better than Wendy's. And the wings although good, were $15 for 6! Yikes. Would not go there again and frankly won't.
The server was very good, just as you would expect. However, the food was disappointing. chicken wings were dry, our fish entree was terrible. We should of sent it back but didn’t want to embarrass our host. A bowl of bones with little fish and few clams. We were stunned. The Cabernet by the glass was $17.00 and was a terrible pour. We expected more from the Four Seasons.
They we’re out of the pretzel appetizer which is one reason we went back. Food was sub standard for a four season.
We really enjoyed it however, the online menu was vastly different than what was available at the restaurant.
This is a hamburger and drinking spot. was looking for a nicer restaurant. Well over priced at $180 for 4 hamburgers, two beers and two desserts.
There ended up being 6 of us instead of 4 and they were able to accommodate us, which was great. It seem d as we ordered they were out of a number of items on the menu which was frustrating. The drinks seemed very watered down-margarita, Moscow mule etc.
the burger was yummy!
Fun and great time.
It was my birthday! Fabulous.
Very disappointing. Paid a lot for a bowl of elk chili that had no meat. It was literally a half cup of canned type chili topped with fritos. More fritos than anything. I really felt ripped off.
We ordered multiple appetizers and multiple entrees and found all of them to range between poor and disgusting. Honestly, they just need a new chef. It was astounding how every single dish was positively dreadful.
Nice place for apres - right at the bottom of the lifts. Good beer and cocktail selection and we loved the elk nachos.
Average meal with high resort prices. Nothing spectacular that would make me want to go back...
Special occasion. Food substandard. Chicken wings perfect. 3 load d hamburgers with blue Cher good, veal weinerstial sp! Inedible. And we are not picky.
Chuck E Cheese Experience at Four Seasons Prices! Let me preface this review by saying that I have two boys ages 13 and 15, who are still not exactly well behaved (anyone for eating salad with their fingers?) so I do not exactly have high standards when it comes to children's behavior.
This places is over the top expensive and a free for all of badly behaved kids. (Kids rolling around on the floor, others shooting mustard at each other.) Somehow my older son managed to rack up a bill of $34 for a grilled cheese sandwich. My husband paid $17 for a bowl of chili with Fritos on top! Good place for root beer floats. Best bet for food is the chicken and broccoli kids meal.
Great place post ski/snowboarding.. Excellent beers ,cocktails and fun foods. Great place for the kids
Was awesome! From the deviled eggs to the burgers. Bison burger was amazing!
View perfect apre skiing!
In between everyday dining and fancy. Great food, great sides, great cocktails. A place where you can share a lot
Food was ok. Nothing special about dishes.. it's not up to four seasons standards.. Service and outside seating are amazing.. I wouldn't go back to eat.. I felt horrible spending 180$ meal for 2 people.
Great food. Everything was executed well EXCEPT for the Quinoa "burger" which disintegrated into a pile of quinoa mush after a few bites. Tasty mush, but no longer a burger. The service, however, was slow and inattentive. Beautiful outdoor seating area.
I was so disappointed with my meal here. Everything was just fine. The food was fine, the service was fine, it did not live up to the four seasons name at all
Obviously this is a Four Seasons restaurant and despite the "casual" environment, our meal still came with a pretty hefty price tag. A kids meal, soup, a hamburger, and a chicken sandwich with two beers and two cocktails was $160. The food was good, but not amazing. I would probably not go there again except for maybe a drink while watching the kids play at Adventure Park.
Beautiful location. Wine was rather overpriced , food was very good
Great food, really expensive though. Enjoyable for a fun evening out!
Our best meal in Jackson Hole. The trout banh-mi sandwich and trout salad were very well prepared and incredibly tasty.
Kids menu is fantastic along with meatball appetizer. Pretzel appetizer was disappointing- it was like a brick. Tator tots were a bit salty. Jackson mule delicious. Wine list over priced and disappointing for four seasons. Service marginal. Restaurant wasn't very busy and we felt we had to track down waiter. Limited dinner menu - if you don't want a burger you might be disappointed though you can order off kids menu for $2 surcharge so nice option.
Giant disappointment. Service was slow. Food was awful. Nachos were soggy. Wings were undercooked. I'll never go back.
Wonderful apres ski restaurant/bar! The service is awesome; menu extensive; great drinks!!! Really nice kids menu and the pretzel appetizer is the our favorite thing ever!!!!!
Noisy, boisterous crowd. Very overpriced. Service fair. Will never return
Over priced average food. Avoid the fish and chips - tasteless
The menu changed since our last visit a couple of years ago. There is a new menu which we didn't care for. Neither of us liked the salad or turkey burger. We won't be returning...
After reading lots of reviews about Jackson Hole restaurants we made a reservation at The Handle Bar - known for its great food and atmosphere. What a disappointment. We arrived and all of the lights were out in the restaurant. These things happen. The hostess asked us if we brought our phones because we would need them to read the menu and see our food. Really? You couldn't figure out some other way to get light? How about sitting us by one of the large big screen tvs?
Unfortunately she was right and we struggled to see the menu with no help from our server or other wait staff. The food was average when it arrived. The lights were clearly on in the kitchen but the tater tots were small and dry, the beet salad was an uninspiring mound of beets and the burger was a pile of carbs - big bun, onion rings and fries. Typical bar food done with no flair or interest.
The table next to us got free food, a visit from the manager, chef and guy who finally fixed the lights. It would have been nice for the restaurant to treat all of their patrons struggling with the same dim light equally. Fortunately for the rest of the patrons, the lights turned on just as we were leaving. I expect better customer service from the Four Seasons. Not worth the price or effort.
Great service - honest staff left my credit card - passed on immediately to security - thank you.
This place is always amazing! Reservations recommended as its right off of the slopes and it can get pretty busy during lunch and at about 5pm when everyone is coming in. Service is great...food is just as good. I look forward to visiting every time we're in Teton. Totally recommend the nachos, the pretzel bread, the chicken wings and the bison burger!!
Burgers are wonderful, although menu is pricey. Lots of local beers and whiskeys on menu. Wine List prices very high---bottle of Malbec $60, so stick with the beer.
We had a fantastic experience there, the food was awesome, and the service was exceptional! As busy as it was (New Years evening) our waiter paid us personnel attention, we felt like we were his only table. The ambiance was super! The view was just second to none, I can't wait to return.
Very few food choices ran out of items wouldn't go back
An above average selection of whisky, with lesser known single malt scotches and even Japanese single malts. The menu had classic bar fare but with a welcomed twist. For example the chicken wings had Korean and Japanese sauce options as well as BBQ. All the food was delicious, in a casual atmosphere.
Great food and service! Kevin at the bar is awesome! Casual place with a homey feel