After a long 16 hour drive from Socal to Jackson Hole and just eating snacks here and there, we were ready for a real meal. We arrived around 1PM when the streets were packed with people for the farmer’s market. No matter how busy the town was, I was set on going to The Bunnery!
Originally, the group wanted to go another food joint which serves plain ol’ burgers (I know because we were there few years ago…) I think they wanted to go there because you can smell the burgers from the sidewalk and we were pretty hungry. I suggested we just try out The Bunnery and luckily they serve breakfast & lunch all day!
The wait line was a bit long since everyone was scrambling to get lunch. But in no time we were taken inside.
It’s a tradition of mine to take pics of all the pastry goodies. As you can see, they were going out fast. The Bunnery Bakery offers homemade pastries such as butter croissants, muffins, Danish, and more!
How can you resist these freshly made cupcakes?
The chocolate drip cake really caught my attention.
The fiancé ordered The Gros Ventre Slide which was beautifully presented with the spouts. Inside of the “bowl” is green chilies & cheddar cheese melted over two fried eggs and hash browns, garnished with sour cream & sprouts. The order comes with The Bunnery’s signature O.S.M. (Oats, Sunflower, Mill) toast.
I felt like I needed some healthy fats during my trip so that’s why I ordered the Guacamole Omelette. It’s totally healthy too since you get sprouts, mushrooms, tomatoes, and guacamole. The unhealthy part was the hash browns but I needed carbs for the hikes we were planning on doing the next day. Ahem! My order came with two O.S.M. toasts.
This was a great breakfast/lunch for the group and gave us the energy to drive around The Grand Teton for some sight-seeing!