ABOUT

MANGY MOOSE

 
Jackson Hole’s Best Steakhouse
& Live Music Venue

The Mangy Moose is, and has been since 1967, one of Jackson Hole's most popular restaurants with locals and visitors alike–we offer really good regionally sourced food, signature drinks, (try a Spicy!), local brews, live music and a great wait staff to serve you. Join us for breakfast, lunch or dinner, or shop for groceries and wine in our Market & Cellars.

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Jackson Hole’s
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Mangy Moose is family-friendly and offers a

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OUR HISTORY

 

Jackson Hole (trapperese for Jackson’s Valley), named after trapper and fur trader, Davy Jackson, is an incredibly beautiful valley surrounded by tremendous snow covered mountains. In the mid-1960’s Jackson Hole Mountain Resort developed of one of these mountains to create 2,500 acres of some of the best snow skiing terrain in the world.

The Mangy Moose opened for business at the base of this new ski resort in 1967 and soon became a favorite of visitors and locals alike. 

 

David Yoder and John Cope are the current owners. David purchased the Mangy Moose in 2001 and thoroughly renovated the building while keeping the traditional comfortable feeling of the nearly 30,000 sq. foot building. 

Band playing at the Mangy Moose in the 1960s 

The Mangy Moose in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

3295 Village Drive, Teton Village, WY 83001

The Mangy Moose "America's Most Unusual Steakhouse", will continue to improve but will always be a fun place to visit, enjoy a drink and a good meal, shop and hear great live music.

We celebrated 50 Years in 2017!


“Opened in 1967 as the Mangy Moose Saloon Spaghetti Emporium and Opera House, the Moose is almost as famous as the resort it sits at the base of. It opened as a restaurant and bar in the Village, and was basically the only place for a bite and beer after coming off the slopes. Over time it evolved into a music venue, a spot known for rowdy shows and rowdier shenanigans, and is now being reinvented again by owner David Yoder as a place for locals to eat, drink and enjoy their apres hours.”
Source: jhnewsandguide.com

Read the full 50th Anniversary article at : jhnewsandguide.com

 

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