Enjoy Dining at Bentwood Inn
Bentwood Breakfast is the Perfect Start to the Day
Our reputation as a premier Wyoming bed and breakfast is solidified by our deliciously fresh breakfast served daily. Our chef prepared gourmet breakfast begins with the warm aromas of fresh brewed locally roasted organic coffee, a mosaic of seasonal fruit, homemade sweet breads and something sizzling on the griddle. Described as “hearty and sumptuous” by Frommer’s Travel Guide, guests are treated to a different menu each morning. If your day requires an early start, we can provide everything needed for your excursion.
“Breakfast was outstanding, a nice selection of fruit, great coffee and a main course so good my wife pressured the innkeepers to give her the recipe.”
Relax with Delicious Evening Hors d’Oeuvres
Served in the early evening, a selection of cheeses from near and far, along with fresh fruits and vegetables and other special treats the chefs cook, can be enjoyed while relaxing on our expansive porch or by the crackling fire.
“The evening hors d’oeuvres was an unexpected highlight of our stay. We met all of the other guests and ended up sharing the Bistro Dinner together and a trail hike the next day.”
Savor a Memorable Meal at The Bentwood Bistro
We are pleased to offer a delicious alternative to the wonderful restaurants in Jackson Hole. At least twice weekly, the innkeepers offer a four-course seasonal dinner prepared exclusively for our guests as a lodging enhancement.
Each Bistro Dinner menu is tailored to guest preferences and features seasonal local and organic ingredients. Enjoy one of the top Jackson Hole dining experiences available during your stay at Bentwood. Please inquire for more information.
More on Bentwood Dining
Our extensive breakfast service each day includes such delicious specialties as Jackson Hole Gravlax with ‘all the trimmings’ and Arugula Artichoke Dip. Click below for just a few examples of the simple elegance we offer in lodging and dining.
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