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Nestled hillside at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort lies the intimate and rustic Il Villaggio Osteria. An eatery reminiscent of the comfortable, community-focused restaurants that pepper the Italian countryside, an evening at Osteria transports, making you feel as though you've traveled to one of Italy's hidden gems - all without the jetlag. A salumi bar, pizza oven and cozy main dining room marry seamlessly to complement the authentic flavors of the expansive menu, while an outdoor fireplace warms during the sometimes chilly Wyoming nights. Osteria presents a menu perfect for multicourse dining, composed of homemade pastas and pizzas, seasonal salads, and imported meats and cheeses…
Everything is great .
Started out with a Basil Martini which was awesome . Next tried the Fennel with Blood Orange citrus salad , amazing . Recommend asking for a half portion .
First day I had the Lobster Linguine , didn't disappoint .
Nice atmosphere. You can park skis outside. Very pricey. I had a chicken panini. Cost 15. A friend had a pizza. 24. Glass of wine 8 Pluss. Panini small and French fries took 3/4 of the plate. I tried a bite of the pizza. Not...More
Nice restaurant in Teton Village. The atmosphere was nice, menu has something for everyone, the service was very good and the food delicious. Loud rock music in an Italian restaurant ... just doesn't fit (except that it seems to be everywhere in Wyoming)
We ate here twice while staying in Teton Village. We recommend making reservations beforehand, because it is usually crowded. The first night, we ordered octopus for an appetizer and a bottle of wine. Very good. We had our entrees, the squid ink pasta was excellent....More
We sat at the bar for dinner during a weekend stay at Terra. Great atmosphere and the service was excellent. What will be most remembered was the pasta. If you go, be sure to ask for recommendations and don't forget to try the bolognese!
My wife and I wandered in on a Sunday night and were immediately seated. We ordered two salads for starters and the black bass main with a bottle of champagne. The salads were quite good. I had the watermelon salad, which I highly recommend. The...More
Our group rented out the bar and the restaurant on a weeknight. The bar was a little too small for the group but the service and drinks were excellent. At dinner, the food was served family style. Unfortunately, I was at a table with 10...More