Food & Nightlife

Food & Nightlife

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Grand Targhee Restaurants At Grand Targhee several dining options are available a few metres walk from the lodges, all in the main plaza.

For breakfast Snorkel’s is the place, and it also does a reasonable sanga for lunch.

Aside from the ‘Best Lunch on Campus’ award, The Branding Iron also serves up first rate dinners in a fine setting.

At the Trap Bar, the powderhounds had one of the best burgers served to them in the US. It came with bacon and bleu cheese – mmmmm, bleu cheese........ A great range of brews are on tap. Also, get a dose of the unique waffle chips during après.

For something different, a short drive to Driggs will reward you with some very tasty tucker and brews at the Royal Wolf. The local tee-totalling Mormons apparently objected fiercely to this establishment and hence you’ll find it tucked away out of sight down a side street off the main drag (Depot St). Anything on the menu is good and the sides are sensational – try the fully loaded Idaho spuds, homemade samousas and potato skins, washed down with a ‘Rogue’ brown ale.

Grand Targhee Bars & Nightlife There is only ONE place for drunken cavorting and a boogey in Grand Targhee, and that place is the Trap Bar. Some will be sad to find that if you don’t go out until 9pm, you may find the bar closed for the night. All the action happens for après from 3ish to 7ish. After that, most people have gone home, but with such a lively après, it may be all you need. Live music happens more nights than not and the tap beer selection is exceptional.

The other place for a night out is The Royal Wolf pub in Depot St, Driggs.

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