Celebrating over 20 years on the Town Square, Snake River Grill is still the locals’ favorite fine dining experience. Whether at the intimate bar, featuring 300 wines and signature cocktails, or in the rustic-elegant dining room, SRG is a must for fresh, uniquely-crafted New American cuisine.
Dress Code – Jackson casual
Payment Methods – All major credit cards, cash
Corkage – $25 for first bottle (750ml), $40 for each additional bottle.
Disabled Access – Elevator available from King Street
Children – All welcome however no high chairs or special menus
Smoking – This is a non-smoking establishment
Dietary Requests – Please inform your server
Chef / Partner
Jeff entered the culinary field at the early age of thirteen as a caterer, later attending The Culinary Institute of America. He completed an externship at Harrah’s, a five star – five diamond resort in Lake Tahoe.
After graduating from the CIA, Jeff joined chef Jimmy Schmidt as part of the opening team to the Rattlesnake Club Restaurant in Michigan and continued for six years as Chef de Cuisine, assisting in opening four restaurants, the last one being a Southwestern concept.
The next seven years, Jeff was Chef de Cuisine of Mark Miller’s Coyote Café in Santa Fe, working in food product design, development and testing for the Coyote Cocina line of premier Southwestern food products and cookbooks.
A love of the outdoors and a desire to contribute to a thriving restaurant community brought Jeff and his family to Jackson Hole. For over fifteen years, Jeff’s modern American cuisine has found its home in the rustic elegance of the Snake River Grill. View full bio »
Katie began working in fine dining restaurants at the age of 16 in Chicago and immediately fell in love with the business. After graduating from college in Vermont in 1998, she moved to Jackson to begin working at the Snake River Grill as a server and host. August Spier, a founding partner of Snake River Grill, was her mentor and the lessons he taught her in hospitality and service are what drive her as a manager each day. Katie continues to be proud of the restaurant’s success, supported by an incredible and passionate staff.
Wine and Beverage Director
Dave’s culinary interests started early with his parents claiming that his first declared favorite foods were crab and asparagus. His interest in wine began in a college course while attending the University of Virginia. Dave moved to Jackson in the fall of 1997. In the spring of 1998, he was hired as a server at the Snake River Grill where his interest in wine bloomed. After nine years as a server and an assistant manager, Dave moved on to pursue an opportunity as the General Manager at the Jackson Hole Wine Company. After four years, Dave joined the Fine Dining Restaurant Group of Jackson in a managerial role working across all of their properties. Dave has now come full circle, returning to the Snake River Grill with great pride and excitement in his new role as Wine and Beverage Director.
Tim was raised in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York, an environment which quickly ingrained a love for local food and wine. His culinary education began early in high school, when he instantly connected with the rhythms of professional kitchens. He continued his education at Colgate University before moving to New York City to experience greater culinary and cultural diversity. After several years of cooking in the city, Tim welcomed an opportunity to broaden his horizons on a grass-fed cattle ranch and farm operation in Wyoming. Eventually gravitating towards the fertile restaurant scene of Jackson, Tim was thrilled to join the Snake River Grill in the summer of 2015. He loves the ability to pursue a career in which ideas, skills, and delicious food are shared on a daily basis.
Mary Beth Dooley
Dining Room Manager
After graduating from Virginia Tech’s Pamplin College of Business with a major in Hospitality and Tourism Management, Mary Beth knew she wanted to explore opportunities out West. She began working for The Four Seasons Jackson Hole gaining experience as a Food and Beverage Assistant Manager, overseeing their five dining outlets for five years.
Eager to learn the independent restaurant aspect of the hospitality world, Mary Beth joined the Snake River Grill as the lead host in 2013 and quickly rose to the position of dining room manager. She enjoys working in the high pace environment among talented and passionate co-workers.
Snake River Grill’s Eskimo Bars were featured on Food Network’s
“The Best Thing I Ever Ate” with Giada De Laurentiis.
SRG’s buffalo prime rib cowboy steak was featured on Travel Channel.
Foccacina at the Snake River Grill
Chef Jeff Drew gives the inside scoop on their foccacina.
Business Insider | January, 2016
The Best Restaurant in Every State
The Culture Trip | June, 2015
“Top 10 Must-Know Chefs of the American West”
New York Times | December 18, 2013
“36 Hours in Jackson Hole, Wyo.”
Jetset Magazine | September/October 2011
Travel + Leisure | February 2011
“America’s Most Romantic Restaurants”
Financial Times | March 2009
“How To Spend It: Jackson Scales New Heights”
The Wine Advocate | June 2006
Travel + Leisure | February 2004
“Eat Your Heart Out”
Dallas Morning News | July 2006
“Where To Eat”
Veranda | May/June 2005
“Wilder West: Snake River Grill”
Mountain Living | February 2004
New York Times | January 17, 2003
Departures | January/February 2002
“Winter Dreams: Skiing into Jackson Hole”
Snake River Grill was founded in 1993 by partners Alan Hirschfield and August Spier. The Hirschfields are the majority owners with nine other partners.
Founder Alan Hirschfield
Alan’s career began as an investment banker on Wall Street. He later became CEO of Columbia Pictures and 20th Century Fox Film Corporation among countless other business and philanthropic endeavors. Alan’s legacy is celebrated by the continuity of the restaurant.
Founder August Spier
August worked in and managed restaurants in Washington D.C., New York and Los Angeles. During these years, August was also an actor, cameraman, teacher, and worked for a printing company. August visited Jackson Hole for many winters where he met Alan Hirschfield. The two opened SRG in 1993. After 15 years of leading the restaurant, August retired to Santa Monica. He continues to support the Grill and its evolution.