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About The Kitchen
The Kitchen offers modern American cuisine, an extensive wine list and creative fresh cocktails. Located just 1 block off the square, The Kitchen boasts a beautiful outdoor deck in the summer. Enjoy the freshest fish from our crudo bar along with all natural meats, fresh pasta, and seasonal vegetables.
Jackson Hole, WY 83001
Hours of Operation:
Open Nightly at 5pm.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Off-site catering available
The public transportation buses have several stops within walking distance of the restaurant.
Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Kitchen Ratings and Reviews
Excellent service by friendly staff all around! Food was interesting and tasted great! Chef was flexible to substitute sides. Only complaint was the light under the table that glared up at person sitting near wall. The air conditioning came on and blew right there too but they quickly resolved that for us. Great job!
We loved celebrating our anniversary at The Kitchen. Small, trendy, bustling with the Jackson Hoke holiday vibe, Chef Quincy Cherette made sure our evening was fun and the food memorable. Service was impeccable yet casual and fun. Can’t wait to go back. Already planning our daughter’s birthday there.
Everything was great overall. My only comment would be that someone in the kitchen has a bit of a heavy hand with the seasoning of the fish. Both the Trout and Sea Bass were very salty. The deserts more than made up for the salty main dishes. They were amazing.
We went to The Kitchen for our Christmas dinner in Jackson Hole. It was our best dinner of the trip. The waitstaff and manager were friendly and talkative. The appetizers such as the squash soup and the luxury shrimp were delicious. Our kids had the chicken and dumplings and i had the Korean breakfast and my significant other had the steelhead trout. All delicious. The Root Down cocktail was different and exceptional. Then for desert the potato chip pie and cookie skillet were very good and I had the best, most flavorful guava sorbet I have ever tasted. Put The Kitchen on your lust when visiting Jackson.
The Kitchen was recommended to me by an acquaintance and also website of top dining in Jackson . The spot is small, but quaint and has chic decor with an interesting sloping roofline. I went with a group of friends and all of us enjoyed our food. We had the luxury shrimp (yum!) as well as the Tuna and Beef appetizers, all of which were delicious. I had the scallops for dinner and they were very good too. Overall, we were pleased with the service, presentation and overall atmosphere.
Food was good, service friendly but unprofessional. Had to ask for things several times, nobody served the wine from the bottle, food was not served to everybody at the same time, one of the servings was returned since it was cold.
Last year was much better!
Because we were there in off-season, the chefs were trying a new idea: cuisine from another country. This year they were cooking food from Cuba. It was excellent. My only disappointment was that they did not have their usual selection of tapas, so we had to order a main course. It was delicious, and I wish they had offered those selections in tapas form. Service, as usual, was excellent.
The cuban menu was outstanding. The scallop dish with pork belly was one of the best dishes I have had in years. My wife's pork chop was excellent. Whenever the Kitchen has their special menus they are a real treat not to be missed. Creole is next. We will be there
We were traveling through Jackson and found favorable review for this restaurant so decided to give it a try. Everything about it was enjoyable. It was off-season so they were experimenting with menu items and when we dined the theme was food with a Cuban influence. I would definitely recommend this restaurant and I would return.
pork belly lobster sliders and tuna tartados were both yummy. I had the pork chop which was very good. the mustard bourbon glaze was more like a grain mustard topping than a glaze and was a little overpowering for me but still good overall. my husband had the tenderloin which was delicious and cooked perfectly. ended our meal with the delicious baked chocolate chip cookie with ice cream. would definitely recommend this restaurant.
2nd time coming to the Kitchen for dinner, once with friends for a birthday, this time for a date. It was great for both occations, the staff was polite and friendly and efficient at their jobs. This cocktails were delicious and the food was cooked perfectly. We had the chicken and lamb burger, i would recommend both. The pork-belly and lobster sliders were so delicous.
From the hanger-like interior decoration of the room, to the lack-luster greeting and attention of our waitress, to small portions with no real distinctive taste along with not so small prices, we didn't have a good experience here which was disappointing.
We had a server who was so loud and frenetic we thought he was on speed. He was generally a good server( he recommended an amazing wine), but the over-the-top vibe was not conducive to a relaxing meal. That said, the steelhead sashimi was amazing, the tenderloin roll was flavorful, and the squid ink pasta rocked. The trout was weird: tasty, but not a filet, and not a stir-fry. It needed an identity (and it was a bit small for the price). All-in-all, a very mixed experience.
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