Q: Who’s open for off-season? A: Osteria is!

JACKSON, WY — Most of Teton Village takes a well-deserved nap when the lifts stop spinning until summer shows up. But as of today, May 3, Osteria is open again, serving lunch and dinner daily, with off-season specials at dinner.

Osteria is now open for lunch from 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. and dinner from 5 p.m. – close.

During dinner hours, buy one entree and get your second for just $2, which will benefit a local nonprofit. This week’s recipient is Valley Advocates for Responsible Development, which works to “shape policy, guide development, and provide outreach to preserve natural resources, protect rural character, and promote vibrant communities in Teton Valley through civic action.”

Indulge in Osteria’s amazing house-made pastas, pizzas, and Italian entrees and pair your meal with carefully-crafted specialty cocktails, fine wine, or local beer.

In the Village in the a.m.? Enoteca is now open daily for breakfast from 7-10:30 a.m.

And don’t worry, Enoteca’s $8 Tram Special (breakfast burrito + a coffee) and Osteria’s $15 Lunch Special (panini + salad) will be back on May 13. In the meantime, sweeten your week with 2-for-2s while they last — until May 12.

Sponsored by:

Fine Dining Restaurant Group

Fine Dining Restaurant Group was born in Jackson Hole, Wyoming by leading culinary minds Gavin Fine and Roger Freedman Now encompassing six restaurants, a catering company, specialty grocer/bottle shop, craft sausage company and artisan

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