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About Trio An American Bistro
Voted one of Jackson Hole’s hottest restaurants in 2008 by Food and Wine Magazine, Trio is located just off the Town Square. Open since 2005, Trio is owned and operated by two local chefs with a flare for innovation. Trio serves both seasonal and nightly specials in a relaxed atmosphere, popular with locals and tourists alike. Come in and enjoy a specialty cocktail in front of the wood-fired oven as the chefs perform in an open kitchen.
Jackson Hole, WY 83001
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday - Saturday: 5:30pm - close
Broadway and Pearl St.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Trio is available for a variety of special events; ranging from off-site catering to renting out our restaurant for private parties. If you have general questions or would like more information regarding our catering services, please contact Will Bradof at email@example.com.
Trio has ample parking including many free, street-side spaces and a free parking garage just one and a half blocks away.
The START bus stops one block from Trio on Pearl Street at the Teton Steak House and the 49'er Inn. The START (Southern Teton Area Rapid Transit) is Jackson Hole's convenient and affordable public transportation. www.startbus.com
Will Bradof and Paul Wireman
Private Party Facilities:
Trio is available for a variety of special events; ranging from off-site catering to renting out our restaurant for private parties. If you have general questions or would like more information regarding our catering services, please contact Will Bradof at firstname.lastname@example.org
Private Party Contact:
Will Bradof: (307) 734-8038
Bar Dining, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
New Years eve 2011
Trio will be offering a three course menu with choices for $75 (plus tax and gratuity).
Trio An American Bistro Ratings and Reviews
We had the perfect dinner at Trio to celebrate our son's birthday. The service was fabulous, the food was delicious, and the atmosphere was warm & wonderful. Our son loved their special: the fish with polenta. I had to order the BLT soup and the blue cheese waffle fries because I crave them. My husband enjoyed the chicken. It was a special evening!
I've never had a bad experience at this restaurant. From Abby calling to remind me of my reservation, to the friendly and outgoing people who sit at the tables, and the very beckoning service, this place is great. My husband, who is almost 70 years old said his pork shop was the best ever. My fish was just as advertised, tasty and well presented.
Usually a favorite place to dine...perhaps because of local specials servings were somewhat cut-back. Entree one...The pork chop is always tender, moist and tasty. Entree two...The risotto was delicious but three small shrimp seemed small for portion. First time without the mussels and won't miss ordering them next time. Always delicious. Service is the best! Never rushed and felt guilty when we realized how long we stayed enjoying conversation over dessert.
Decided to check it out based on the reviews. Found the Tomato/Bacon soup to be underwhelming and the Broccoli Rabe was bitter to the point that I could not eat it. The chicken was as expected. I found it interesting that the server never asked why I didn't eat that much of the food provided. The ambiance was fine and it is in a great location. Paid way to much money for a mediocre meal.
Trio is one of our favorite restaurants in Jackson. A go to place when people visit. Food wasn’t as good as normal. Burger bun was different, not much cheese & iceberg lettuce pieces instead of the normal arugula. Flavor was good but not was expected.
Seated near entry instead of near window where we requested. It’s cold this time of year near the entrance.
Lovely dinner for 2 in one of Jacksons hot spots. There were dates, families, groups of friends etc, all having good food and fab cocktails. I had a chevre salad and a pizza, both were very good. Service was attentive without being in your face.
Ypu will need to book, as it is popular with both locals and visitors.
Jackson has a lot of good restaurants. After all, it's a tourist destination. Those of us who are locals obviously have our favorites. Mine: Snake River Grill, Rendezvous Bistro, and Trio. Trio is a bit smaller. It isn't an intimate atmosphere, but it's warmer, more friendly, and maybe more comfortable than the other two. There's just a nice ambiance here. Three of us wanted fish, so we all had the salmon. We were all pleased with our dinners.
We were new to Jackson and had someone recommend this restaurant. What a great experience and meal. The service was outstanding and it was true "team work" by the staff, with several people assuring we had what we needed while supporting each other with clean up and making it a good experience for all. Excellent food and cocktails. The dessert was also fantastic. Would recommend and come again (if only I were there!).
Skimpy on wine serving. Overlooked chicken. Have loved this restaurant in the past and dined often with a friend who lives in Jackson year-round. Disappointed in this experience especially as we dined with dear friends who are visiting Jackson for the first time.
Overall it was just disappointing. We were happy, friendly and excited to be here. The hostess barely smiled at us. Even with a reservation booked a month in advanced our table was practically in the doorway. Our waiter was nearly robotic in his greeting and order taking. It was difficult to tell if he was offended by us (we did bring our 12 y.o. son) or simply was not personable by nature- which is fine, but there really ought to be a people-person on staff - if not the hostess, the waiter; if not the waiter, the hostess.
Of the six items ordered, two were great and both were ordered by the potentially offending 12 y.o. (Roasted Bone Marrow & Cassina Pizza) the rest was just okay.
A bad night for the restaurant and staff? Possibly. I wish we could have been here on a better night.
OK so we've been coming to Trio for four years as we are locals. I love the pizza but it pretty much stops there. Tonight's roasted chicken was so dry I actually choked on it. Every time my husband gets it I ask him why he always orders that bone dry chicken. Ugh... why is it always cooked to death?
Then I tried something new -- the lamb sausage pasta. Here we go again -- the chef squeezed an entire lemon on my dish. It was almost inedible because all I could taste was sour lemon. A dish that had many good ingredients in it couldn't be enjoyed because of the overpowering lemon. I choked down about have of that.
I ask one question of the chefs - do you actually taste what you are putting out? I doubt it.
Common -- get better will you???
This was my third time dining here and it was great as ever! The service was great and dinner was excellent. The tables are a little too close to each other but don't let that bother you. Tried the bone marrow on the starters list for the first time and it was amazing! Short ribs and lamb sausage pasta were mouthwatering good.
The locale, ambiance and waitstaff were all quite fine. However, despite reviews to the contrary, the food was far less than any reasonable expectation.
My husband and I shared a chèvre salad with plums and almonds. We had to send it back, which we have never done in some 40 years! The salad dressing was so very acrid and bitter. We tried adding the Basel olive oil which is definitely ver with the bread (go for the browner one!), but that failed.
Entrees were mediocre. Chicken dry and duck slightly undercooked (too embarrassed to send that back, too)!
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