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Welcome to the last real mountain town! For the brides-to-be who are looking for Western adventure and a sophisticated experience, Jackson Hole, Wyoming is the perfect balance of both. Real bride, @jordanroad and her crew headed to The Cowboy State for an unforgettable #lastrodeo bachelorette party. And, she’s sharing their itinerary to help plan your girls getaway. Follow along for our fave places to eat, drink, line dance, and say goodbye to the single life with one last hoorah, or yeehaw as they say in Jackson Hole.
Amangani meaning “peaceful home” is a breathtaking boutique resort in the foothills of the Grand Tetons, near the snow-sports paradise of Jackson Hole. Unwind from wedding planning with a private yoga or Pilates session followed by a deep-tissue massage or Himalayan salt scrub.
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Located in the heart of Jackson Hole, and just steps away from shops, restaurants, and the iconic elk antler arches of Town Square. Hotel Jackson is known for its modern take on authentic western design. Each room and suite offers natural gas fireplaces, spa-like bathrooms, Nespresso espresso machines, and l’Occitane bath products.
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The Granite Ridge Homestead offers 3,325 square feet of luxury in an exclusive residential area within walking distance to the surface lift located at the top of Arrowhead Road, offering convenient access to the slopes at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
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Cowboy coffee is a traditional drink made by cowboys on the trail. It’s brewed by heating coarse grounds with water and then pouring it into a cup after the grounds have settled. Thanks to Cowboy Coffee Co. they’ll do all the work for your morning cup of Joe.
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Escape the crowds just a few minutes from downtown. Picnic is where locals hang out and enjoy coffee and brunch with pastries and breads made by their sister store Persephone Bakery. Grab a burrito, freshly made sandwich or salad on your way to hiking trails.
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Persephone is a town favorite serving locally roasted coffee, homemade pastries, sumptuous breakfast and delicious lunches. Stop by one of two locations, Town Square or West Bank. Both locations offer outdoor seating. Dine in or order online to grab a treat before a day in the parks.
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Wyoming’s landmark watering hole. The Million Dollar Cowboy Bar is located on the town square in the heart of Jackson. This famous bar features saddles instead of bar stools, real silver dollars inlaid on the bar, and free swing dancing lessons!
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A Mediterranean inspired Wyoming fare restaurant serving authentic, flavorful, and healthy Lebanese Mediterranean cuisine. Their honey lavender gin cocktail tastes just as good as it sounds!
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From a cozy mountain steakhouse and a poolside cafe to an American pub and après-ski lounge, the Ascent Lounge at Four Seasons has it all. If you’re a foodie at heart we definitely recommend the tuna poke nachos.
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Jackson Hole is rich in locally-made food and drink, check out more restaurants below:
Mangy Moose Saloon: The famous Mangy Moose is four-stories tall, houses two restaurants, a saloon, a small grocery store with wine emporium and two gift shops. Check out the Moose’s Saloon for free live music playing everyday, and don’t leave without ordering their spicy marg with hand muddled fruit and jalapeños!
Glorietta Trattoria: Tasteful, yet casual and fun, Glorietta is an Italian Trattoria where the focus is handmade pasta and wood-fired cooking with craft cocktails and a cellar of incredible Italian wines. We’re giving it a Chef’s kiss!
Gather: Modern American food with a creative twist in the heart of downtown Jackson. Enjoy outdoor and indoor seating with big views of Snow King Mountain.
LOCAL: A contemporary take on the modern steakhouse, LOCAL features both classic and specialty cuts of locally-ranched meats and game alongside fresh seafood, shellfish, and house burgers.
Need a new western fit? Beaver Creek Hats has plenty of boots, belts, and hats (of course!) to choose from. Stop by one of the largest hat and leather stores in Jackson Hole.
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The Wild West, but make it fashion! Altitude is a ladies boutique featuring attire, shoes, bags, accessories, and so much more. Conveniently located on the Town Square, shop this darling clothing store.
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Winter in Yellowstone National Park is nothing short of magical and snowmobiling is a fun and thrilling way to experience it. Cross off this bucket-list adventure when you and your BFFs speed through the snowy landscape.
Take in views of the Teton Range on horseback! Spring Creek Ranch offers guided trail rides high above Jackson on the East Gros Ventre Butte with well-trained horses and a cute cowboy leading the group.
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