Support local business and eat well with the chefs of Fine Dining

JACKSON, Wyo. — Fine Dining Restaurant Group has officially launched online ordering for chef-prepared foods created by their executive chefs, made for two people and perfect to pop in the oven for a restaurant-quality meal at home.

The selection of meals will change weekly to offer variety to guests but will include offerings such as:

  • Pulled Lamb Shank Ragu with fried artichokes and creamy polenta
  • Basil and Mozzarella Gnocchi
  • Roasted Chicken with grilled vegetables and garlic herb butter
  • And more!

Food orders can be placed online here and are available for $5 home delivery or free curbside pick-up at Bin22. The Bin22 and Bodega shops are still open for those who prefer to shop in-person and, of course, added safety and cleanliness measures are in place.

While placing your food order online, be sure to add any beer, wine and spirits you’d like — it’s all available to purchase online for curbside pickup or $5 home delivery.

Looking for another way to support local business during these challenging times? Fine Dining is also offering gift certificates that are available to use at any of their properties. Buy one now and use it when the restaurants reopen. Gift certificates are available to purchase here.

After receiving requests by those who wanted to offer support to displaced employees, Fine Dining has also set up an employee fund. Interested in contributing? Click Here.

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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