Picture an outdoor market full of stalls selling artisanal products. Hear the bustle of exchanges between new and old friends. Feel the contagious energy. From what you’d think, you could be on the corner of a New York City street. But here you are – in Jackson Hole, Wyoming at Bodega – where all this is found in a single shop.
Beer. Wine. Spirits. Grab-and-go eats. Gourmet groceries. Gas. Chances are, if you want it, Bodega has it. The chameleon of Gavin Fine and Roger Freedman’s Fine Dining Restaurant Group, Bodega is a quirky one-stop shop providing high quality, consciously sourced products from around the valley and beyond. With a vast assortment of craft beer, carefully selected wines and a complete selection of spirits, there’s no need to venture beyond Teton Village for your beverage needs. The bottle shop experience is complemented by an intimate bar pouring Roadhouse beer, wines by the glass and adult slushies. Next to the bottle selection, shop from an array of sausages from the in-house butcher and gourmet groceries, including take-and-bake Osteria pizzas, imported meats and cheeses, house-made Cream + Sugar ice cream and daily provisions.
Searching for a nibble without the fuss? Bodega’s grab-and-go soups, sandwiches, salads and outdoor fried chicken shack (serving six kinds of fried chicken sandwiches, a daily featured brat, tater tots and hamburgers – all for $10 or less) are sure to fit the bill.