“We are passionate about providing excellent food at affordable prices, all paired with fantastic service. We are proud to support the farmers and ranchers that call the Rocky Mountains home. We source produce from the surrounding area whenever possible.”
Duck confit with braised red cabbage, herbed spaetzle, lardons, and orange gastrique; moules frites with wild Maine mussels, garlic-herb butter, and house fries; veal Marsala with roasted fingerling potatoes, sautéed greens, and crimini mushrooms.
Gavin Fine and Roger Freedman may now preside over a raft of Jackson Hole’s best restaurants, but their story starts with Rendezvous Bistro, a French-American bistro with refined service that continues to anchor dining here. The kitchen turns to local purveyors for inspiration in giving the French-American food here a Jackson twist, highlighting nearby huckleberries and morels or working with a local vertical farm to procure local greens even in winter, and it sustainably sources its seafood, much of which goes into its famed raw bar. Fine has also become a pillar for his philosophy of enlightened hospitality, a community-centric approach to service that underpins all of his restaurants.
“If there’s one name to know in the Jackson Hole culinary community, it’s Gavin Fine. The Tetons’ answer to Danny Meyer, Fine reigns over his seven-restaurant fine dining empire ... and the flagship Rendezvous Bistro, which he opened 15 years ago at the ripe old age of 25.”
–Brandon Perlman, Town & Country