Persephone owners open new restaurant in historic Coe Cabin

JACKSON, Wyo. — A new restaurant is now open in Jackson in the historic and recently renovated Coe Cabin at the corner of King and Pearl.

A journey onto itself, Coelette is the capstone of all Persephone Owners Kevin and Ali Cohane have learned and loved about curating a trio of cafes in the valley. Building on the history of the Coe Cabin, they set out to create a space dedicated to place.

Coelette is currently open Wednesdays through Fridays from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. They also are planning to open for dinner in the near future. The restaurant is closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

Coelette’s menu features dishes with locally-sourced ingredients from across the region. Photo: Coelette

Dishes simply prepared with specialized techniques spotlight the flavors rooted in our region. Ingredients are sourced through close relationships with farmers and producers, with featured items grown specifically for Coelette.

View the full menu HERE.

Time, care and technique are key elements of the Colette menu and ethos as are revived traditions.

The Coelette vibe is refined yet casual, elevated yet accessible and supports a vision of respecting the past while bounding boldly into the future.

Kevin and Ali Cohane collaborated with John Frechette and Christian Burch of MADE, M and Mountain Dandy to design the restaurant.

The design and atmosphere at Coelette pays homage to the history of the Coe Cabin. Photo: Coelette

“When Kevin and Ali approached us, we thought that it would be a perfect fit,” said John and Christian when asked about their thoughts on the project and its aesthetic.

“We’ve always loved what [Kevin and Ali] have done in terms of their businesses in town, and we feel like we align very well… in design and in running locally owned small businesses.”

Coelette is currently open to walk-ins only but they will be implementing a reservation system soon.

Coelette is located at 85 South King Street. For more information, please contact Coelette by phone at (307) 200-6708 or email at [email protected]

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