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NYC Chef Gears Up for the Annual Chef’s Cycle Fundraiser


In two months, 300 notable chefs and food industry professionals will swap their aprons for spandex and descend on Santa Rosa, California, to ride 300 miles over three days with the goal of raising $2 million — or 20 million meals — for No Kid Hungry (NKH) through the Chef’s Cycle event.

One of those chefs is Hillary Sterling of Vic’s, the East Village Italian-Mediterranean restaurant located in the old Five Points space.

“I am a product of New York City public schools, where graduation rates are increasing but the students are not prepared for real life and work,” she said. “We need to make sure breakfast is available, approachable, and encouraged to the students.”

She continued to explain that helping educate students on the importance of eating breakfast and making the right food choices is crucial for healthy development.

“I have participated in the past three years of Taste of the Nation. This will be my second Chef’s Cycle. I ride to raise awareness and in support of NKH.”

As she trains, we’re sure she’s chowing down on the healthier options her eatery has to offer, like eggs, greens & grains, made with spinach, chiles, feta, charred onions, almonds, or her signature baked eggs made with San Marzano tomatoes, ricotta, and Calabrian chiles.

If you feel like stopping by Vic’s to say hi, you’ll be faced with a sumptuous array of those and other thoughtfully prepared Italian dishes to choose from, everything from oyster mushrooms with potato, bottarga, and lemon to sheep’s milk agnolotti with hazelnut and an amazing brunch dish comprised of fluffy eggs, tomatoes, and mozzarella cheese served in the skillet.

Building on the innate principals of Italian cooking, Sterling sources ingredients locally — from finishing salt that’s made in Hell’s Kitchen to flour ground in New York state — and lets the seasons guide her menu.

Chef Hugh Acheson, another lead supporter of the event and author of the James Beard Foundation Award-winning cookbook A New Turn In The South, said that he believes hunger now has a face that is “totally different than the hunger we were conditioned to years ago.”

“It is not the hunger of sub-Saharan Africa, but rather the hunger of masses and masses of low-nutrient convenience foods, combined with lack of access,” said Acheson, who is also personally involved with a variety of cooking programs in public schools. “Hunger affects one in five children in the U.S., and I see public schools becoming the place to feed the majority of children breakfast, lunch, and dinner and families working three jobs to get by as the middle class erodes away.”

“These are kids, innocent in their plight, but they are also the future leaders of our country,” said Acheson. “Unless we feed them well we will be failing ourselves and them.”


NYC Chef Gears Up for the Annual Chef’s Cycle Fundraiser - Recipes

"I'm going to write it: The Kitchen is the valley's best restaurant."

"Barbecue joints don't normally serve dishes like quinoa salad or housemade kimchi, but at the eclectic Q Roadhouse, they go perfectly with dishes like blackened catfish…and pulled pork that has been smoked in-house…The full bar and extensive wine list are the cherries on top."

"A robust new wine shop called Bin22…resembles a mini Eataly, with its mozzarella bar staffed by a cheesemonger. In addition, it sells small-batch booze from the new Wyoming Whiskey, the state's first legal distillery."

"Il Villaggio Osteria, owned by Gavin Fine of Q Roadhouse and Rendezvous Bistro fame…An illuminated wine cellar and streamlined tableware make it chic a wood-fired oven and a ceiling with rough-hewn wood beams offer a warm vibe. Order the sausage-stuffed olives and the house-made gnocchi."

"You all could not have been more gracious and the food was delicious! Hope we cross paths again!"

We&rsquove spent the last 7+ weeks planning and dreaming up our return. We wanted to take some time to be thorough, creative and safe in our approach to reopening our restaurants in any capacity. Time away has given us new perspective and has allowed us to be intentional about what we want to offer and who we want to be (while still being us) when it was time to reopen. But the time has come: we&rsquore coming back.

Over the past week, we have been proud to collaborate with Cynthia Hogan to launch Quarantine Cuisine. Starting today, Wednesday, April 15, Quarantine Cuisine will deliver meals and groceries to individuals in mandatory or self-imposed quarantine due to confirmed exposure to COVID-19.

In the second week of our spring Beyond the Plate series, we are taking a look at Teton County Access to Justice Center, the recipient of this week&rsquos off-season fundraising effort. Access to Justice is a non-profit legal aid program that provides help to Jackson Hole community members struggling with civil legal matters.

Spring has sprung and, despite lingering snow storms, the birds are chirping and tufts of grass are beginning to find their way out of the deep snow piles. The arrival of spring means a lot of things, but to us it means the reammergance of off-season specials&hellip A time of year when those who like to dine out have a opportunity to give back to the community by dining out, buying one entrée and getting a second for $2. 100% of the money from the second entrée will be donated to a weekly featured non-profit organization.

When we think about the US Presidents and food, many automatically think of our first President, George Washington and apple pie. In fact, Washington&rsquos estate was known for hosting many guests and providing them with a wide variety of culinary options. As a result, the Mount Vernon Association has a long list of recipes online, showcasing cuisine Washington would serve to his guests.

&lsquoTis the season for holiday parties filled with friends, family, twinkling lights and, most importantly, food. Being in hospitality, around this time of year we are often asked what we bring to the holiday table when we&rsquore dining with friends and family. In honor of this, we&rsquove compiled a list of the who, the what and the why of which delicious dishes Fine Dining Restaurant Group leaders bring along during the holidays.

In the final edition of our Beyond the Plate miniblog series, we are rounding out the Fall 2018 off-season special beneficiary spotlight with Dancers&rsquo Workshop. This local nonprofit is a multifaceted organization that strives to enhance the community both through movement and education.

In the third edition of our Beyond the Plate series, we are showcasing Wyoming&rsquos community Radio station, 89.1 KHOL. KHOL has remained the only community radio station in Wyoming since they took to the airwaves in 2008. The content being broadcasted by local DJs can be accessed online and picked up from Victor, ID, all the way down to Alpine, WY.

This week in Beyond the Plate, we are excited to introduce Community Entry Services (CES). An incredible Jackson Hole non-profit, CES will be receiving the funds from our off-season fundraising effort from October 29 to November 4.

CES is a local non-profit that supports adults with disabilities and acquired brain injuries in Teton County. They provide a variety of lifelong services to 30 individuals, including affordable housing, daily living skills, vocational services, medication management, residential living skills, community integration and bill payment.

The changing of the seasons has brought another Jackson Hole &ldquooff season,&rdquo where we band together as a company to offer dining deals to guests, while also raising money for Jackson Hole area non-profits.

Get to know the non-profits who will be receiving funds from this fall&rsquos fundraising effort in a four-part blog series &ldquoBeyond the Plate.&rdquo

First up is the beneficiary of fundraising efforts from October 22 &ndash 28: Jackson Hole Juggernauts.

We are please to announce the introduction of Eat Well. Do Good., a movement where we join together to show when a community stands together, magical things begin to happen.

We have uncorked the bubbly to celebrate the opening of the newest addition to the Fine Dining family - Bar Enoteca.

For the third straight year, the Fine Dining Restaurant Group will be cooking at the historic James Beard House. The group previously partnered with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (and Spur Restaurant in 2015) in two dinners using Wyoming as the inspiration for the menu. This year, Fine Dining Restaurant Group attends the dinner as the sole architects behind the menu Gavin and team will keep true to their Wyoming roots while highlighting house-made creations from across the diverse group of restaurants.

The end of 2015 marked a new milestone - over $126,000 raised in five years of off-season specials at Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants!

In a special wine import project, Fine Dining Restaurant Group is now the sole importer of Don Cosimo wines. These Sicilian wines are sold in four varietals, including Nero d'Avola, Grillo, Catarratto and Sparkling Grillo, and are only available at Fine Dining restaurants in Jackson Hole.

We are pleased to share we've added a Café to the lineup of Fine Dining restaurants. Located in the space previously occupied by Terra Cafe, the new addition will provide a casual outlet for breakfast and lunch, serving largely Italian-inspired selections in a grab-and-go setting - all next door to Osteria in Hotel Terra.

Part-time professional snowboarder, part-time cattle rancher, Mark Carter and his brother RC embody the Wyoming lifestyle. Relying on sheer acreage and Mother Nature to harvest their beef, the Carter family has been raising cattle in Ten Sleep, Wyoming for four generations. Grass fed and grain finished, the Carters&rsquo product is some of the best beef in Wyoming and it&rsquos all being delivered to your plate in the most humane way possible.

We are pleased to announce that in Spring 2015, with the help of the Jackson Hole community, we were able to raise $15,964 in just two months! For more information on our bi-annual fundraising efforts, click Learn More.

Please join us in welcoming a new addition to the Fine Dining Restaurant Group family! Bodega, located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, is the destination's new stop for great food and beverages.

Happy Holidays! As the season ushers in, we welcome you into our restaurant homes to celebrate the sights, sounds and flavors of the season with us. Click below for a complete list of our restaurants' holiday hours.

Working in partnership with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort&rsquos chefs Wes Hamilton and Dave Erlanson, Fine Dining Restaurant Group chefs Roger Freedman, Joel Tate, Chad Horton and Co-Owner Gavin Fine presented a Jackson Hole-inspired seven-course menu at the famed James Beard House on October 2.

What's better than dining out, getting a great deal and supporting Jackson Hole non-profits at the same time? In our opinion. Nothing.

Click below to learn more about our upcoming dining deals and the fantastic organizations they support.

Food and travel go hand in hand, no matter your destination. There's rarely a better way (in our opinion) to experience a new city than by tasting your way through. New York City is no different. With thousands of eateries within reach, incredible food and drink is simply a step away.

Traveling to New York City? Try out a few of Gavin Fine's favorite destinations for dining out in New York City.

More than 16 million American children face hunger. This September, we are joining thousands of restaurants nationwide to support Share Our Strength&rsquos No Kid Hungry ® campaign by raising funds in our Jackson Hole and Park City restaurants.

The big news on the Jackson Hole food front this week is that the JH community will be showcasing culinary talents to the New York media and public this October 2nd at the historic James Beard House. Fine Dining Restaurant Group Executive Chef Roger Freedman and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Executive Chef Wes Hamilton have collaborated to create Jackson Hole: From the Range a carefully curated menu of ingredients sourced from our region along with wine and whiskey pairings.

We&rsquore excited to see these chefs in action in NYC, so in the mean time we sat down with them to find out what makes them tick.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) and Fine Dining Restaurant Group (FDRG) are proud to announce a partnership with the Jackson Hole community hosting Jackson Hole: From the Range, a day celebrating Jackson Hole&rsquos thriving culinary culture at New York City&rsquos celebrated James Beard House. Jackson Hole: From the Range brings the best in food and travel culture from the mountain mecca of Jackson Hole to the esteemed, invite-only Beard kitchen.

Led by Owners Gavin Fine and Roger Freedman, Fine Dining Restaurant Group presented $14,052.02 to worthy non-profits in a reception last Thursday at Bin22, leading to a total of over $79,000 raised through Jackson Hole restaurant off-season specials since Fall 2011.

We're excited to share Jackson Hole was named a Top 5 Foodie City by Wine Enthusiast. We're even MORE excited to share the article recommends Fine Dining restaurants The Kitchen and Il Villaggio Osteria! Click below to learn more.

In keeping with the Fine Dining Restaurant Group initiative of supporting the communities in which we work and call home, we are proud to support Park City non-profit organizations through offering 2 for 1s with a twist at Silver.

Spring off season specials begin in Jackson Hole on April 7 and will raise money to support nine non-profit organizations.

Thank you, Jackson Hole, for your support in making this possible!

Working closely with locally-based Snake River Roasting Co., we have released our own Signature Coffee Blend - now available at all Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants.

Thank you for your interest in purchasing a gift certificate. All gift certificates are able to be used at any Fine Dining Restaurant Group property. To purchase, please call 307-733-5010.

Stay up to date with what we're up to, what we're serving and what we're planning.


NYC Chef Gears Up for the Annual Chef’s Cycle Fundraiser - Recipes

"I'm going to write it: The Kitchen is the valley's best restaurant."

"Barbecue joints don't normally serve dishes like quinoa salad or housemade kimchi, but at the eclectic Q Roadhouse, they go perfectly with dishes like blackened catfish…and pulled pork that has been smoked in-house…The full bar and extensive wine list are the cherries on top."

"A robust new wine shop called Bin22…resembles a mini Eataly, with its mozzarella bar staffed by a cheesemonger. In addition, it sells small-batch booze from the new Wyoming Whiskey, the state's first legal distillery."

"Il Villaggio Osteria, owned by Gavin Fine of Q Roadhouse and Rendezvous Bistro fame…An illuminated wine cellar and streamlined tableware make it chic a wood-fired oven and a ceiling with rough-hewn wood beams offer a warm vibe. Order the sausage-stuffed olives and the house-made gnocchi."

"You all could not have been more gracious and the food was delicious! Hope we cross paths again!"

We&rsquove spent the last 7+ weeks planning and dreaming up our return. We wanted to take some time to be thorough, creative and safe in our approach to reopening our restaurants in any capacity. Time away has given us new perspective and has allowed us to be intentional about what we want to offer and who we want to be (while still being us) when it was time to reopen. But the time has come: we&rsquore coming back.

Over the past week, we have been proud to collaborate with Cynthia Hogan to launch Quarantine Cuisine. Starting today, Wednesday, April 15, Quarantine Cuisine will deliver meals and groceries to individuals in mandatory or self-imposed quarantine due to confirmed exposure to COVID-19.

In the second week of our spring Beyond the Plate series, we are taking a look at Teton County Access to Justice Center, the recipient of this week&rsquos off-season fundraising effort. Access to Justice is a non-profit legal aid program that provides help to Jackson Hole community members struggling with civil legal matters.

Spring has sprung and, despite lingering snow storms, the birds are chirping and tufts of grass are beginning to find their way out of the deep snow piles. The arrival of spring means a lot of things, but to us it means the reammergance of off-season specials&hellip A time of year when those who like to dine out have a opportunity to give back to the community by dining out, buying one entrée and getting a second for $2. 100% of the money from the second entrée will be donated to a weekly featured non-profit organization.

When we think about the US Presidents and food, many automatically think of our first President, George Washington and apple pie. In fact, Washington&rsquos estate was known for hosting many guests and providing them with a wide variety of culinary options. As a result, the Mount Vernon Association has a long list of recipes online, showcasing cuisine Washington would serve to his guests.

&lsquoTis the season for holiday parties filled with friends, family, twinkling lights and, most importantly, food. Being in hospitality, around this time of year we are often asked what we bring to the holiday table when we&rsquore dining with friends and family. In honor of this, we&rsquove compiled a list of the who, the what and the why of which delicious dishes Fine Dining Restaurant Group leaders bring along during the holidays.

In the final edition of our Beyond the Plate miniblog series, we are rounding out the Fall 2018 off-season special beneficiary spotlight with Dancers&rsquo Workshop. This local nonprofit is a multifaceted organization that strives to enhance the community both through movement and education.

In the third edition of our Beyond the Plate series, we are showcasing Wyoming&rsquos community Radio station, 89.1 KHOL. KHOL has remained the only community radio station in Wyoming since they took to the airwaves in 2008. The content being broadcasted by local DJs can be accessed online and picked up from Victor, ID, all the way down to Alpine, WY.

This week in Beyond the Plate, we are excited to introduce Community Entry Services (CES). An incredible Jackson Hole non-profit, CES will be receiving the funds from our off-season fundraising effort from October 29 to November 4.

CES is a local non-profit that supports adults with disabilities and acquired brain injuries in Teton County. They provide a variety of lifelong services to 30 individuals, including affordable housing, daily living skills, vocational services, medication management, residential living skills, community integration and bill payment.

The changing of the seasons has brought another Jackson Hole &ldquooff season,&rdquo where we band together as a company to offer dining deals to guests, while also raising money for Jackson Hole area non-profits.

Get to know the non-profits who will be receiving funds from this fall&rsquos fundraising effort in a four-part blog series &ldquoBeyond the Plate.&rdquo

First up is the beneficiary of fundraising efforts from October 22 &ndash 28: Jackson Hole Juggernauts.

We are please to announce the introduction of Eat Well. Do Good., a movement where we join together to show when a community stands together, magical things begin to happen.

We have uncorked the bubbly to celebrate the opening of the newest addition to the Fine Dining family - Bar Enoteca.

For the third straight year, the Fine Dining Restaurant Group will be cooking at the historic James Beard House. The group previously partnered with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (and Spur Restaurant in 2015) in two dinners using Wyoming as the inspiration for the menu. This year, Fine Dining Restaurant Group attends the dinner as the sole architects behind the menu Gavin and team will keep true to their Wyoming roots while highlighting house-made creations from across the diverse group of restaurants.

The end of 2015 marked a new milestone - over $126,000 raised in five years of off-season specials at Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants!

In a special wine import project, Fine Dining Restaurant Group is now the sole importer of Don Cosimo wines. These Sicilian wines are sold in four varietals, including Nero d'Avola, Grillo, Catarratto and Sparkling Grillo, and are only available at Fine Dining restaurants in Jackson Hole.

We are pleased to share we've added a Café to the lineup of Fine Dining restaurants. Located in the space previously occupied by Terra Cafe, the new addition will provide a casual outlet for breakfast and lunch, serving largely Italian-inspired selections in a grab-and-go setting - all next door to Osteria in Hotel Terra.

Part-time professional snowboarder, part-time cattle rancher, Mark Carter and his brother RC embody the Wyoming lifestyle. Relying on sheer acreage and Mother Nature to harvest their beef, the Carter family has been raising cattle in Ten Sleep, Wyoming for four generations. Grass fed and grain finished, the Carters&rsquo product is some of the best beef in Wyoming and it&rsquos all being delivered to your plate in the most humane way possible.

We are pleased to announce that in Spring 2015, with the help of the Jackson Hole community, we were able to raise $15,964 in just two months! For more information on our bi-annual fundraising efforts, click Learn More.

Please join us in welcoming a new addition to the Fine Dining Restaurant Group family! Bodega, located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, is the destination's new stop for great food and beverages.

Happy Holidays! As the season ushers in, we welcome you into our restaurant homes to celebrate the sights, sounds and flavors of the season with us. Click below for a complete list of our restaurants' holiday hours.

Working in partnership with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort&rsquos chefs Wes Hamilton and Dave Erlanson, Fine Dining Restaurant Group chefs Roger Freedman, Joel Tate, Chad Horton and Co-Owner Gavin Fine presented a Jackson Hole-inspired seven-course menu at the famed James Beard House on October 2.

What's better than dining out, getting a great deal and supporting Jackson Hole non-profits at the same time? In our opinion. Nothing.

Click below to learn more about our upcoming dining deals and the fantastic organizations they support.

Food and travel go hand in hand, no matter your destination. There's rarely a better way (in our opinion) to experience a new city than by tasting your way through. New York City is no different. With thousands of eateries within reach, incredible food and drink is simply a step away.

Traveling to New York City? Try out a few of Gavin Fine's favorite destinations for dining out in New York City.

More than 16 million American children face hunger. This September, we are joining thousands of restaurants nationwide to support Share Our Strength&rsquos No Kid Hungry ® campaign by raising funds in our Jackson Hole and Park City restaurants.

The big news on the Jackson Hole food front this week is that the JH community will be showcasing culinary talents to the New York media and public this October 2nd at the historic James Beard House. Fine Dining Restaurant Group Executive Chef Roger Freedman and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Executive Chef Wes Hamilton have collaborated to create Jackson Hole: From the Range a carefully curated menu of ingredients sourced from our region along with wine and whiskey pairings.

We&rsquore excited to see these chefs in action in NYC, so in the mean time we sat down with them to find out what makes them tick.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) and Fine Dining Restaurant Group (FDRG) are proud to announce a partnership with the Jackson Hole community hosting Jackson Hole: From the Range, a day celebrating Jackson Hole&rsquos thriving culinary culture at New York City&rsquos celebrated James Beard House. Jackson Hole: From the Range brings the best in food and travel culture from the mountain mecca of Jackson Hole to the esteemed, invite-only Beard kitchen.

Led by Owners Gavin Fine and Roger Freedman, Fine Dining Restaurant Group presented $14,052.02 to worthy non-profits in a reception last Thursday at Bin22, leading to a total of over $79,000 raised through Jackson Hole restaurant off-season specials since Fall 2011.

We're excited to share Jackson Hole was named a Top 5 Foodie City by Wine Enthusiast. We're even MORE excited to share the article recommends Fine Dining restaurants The Kitchen and Il Villaggio Osteria! Click below to learn more.

In keeping with the Fine Dining Restaurant Group initiative of supporting the communities in which we work and call home, we are proud to support Park City non-profit organizations through offering 2 for 1s with a twist at Silver.

Spring off season specials begin in Jackson Hole on April 7 and will raise money to support nine non-profit organizations.

Thank you, Jackson Hole, for your support in making this possible!

Working closely with locally-based Snake River Roasting Co., we have released our own Signature Coffee Blend - now available at all Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants.

Thank you for your interest in purchasing a gift certificate. All gift certificates are able to be used at any Fine Dining Restaurant Group property. To purchase, please call 307-733-5010.

Stay up to date with what we're up to, what we're serving and what we're planning.


NYC Chef Gears Up for the Annual Chef’s Cycle Fundraiser - Recipes

"I'm going to write it: The Kitchen is the valley's best restaurant."

"Barbecue joints don't normally serve dishes like quinoa salad or housemade kimchi, but at the eclectic Q Roadhouse, they go perfectly with dishes like blackened catfish…and pulled pork that has been smoked in-house…The full bar and extensive wine list are the cherries on top."

"A robust new wine shop called Bin22…resembles a mini Eataly, with its mozzarella bar staffed by a cheesemonger. In addition, it sells small-batch booze from the new Wyoming Whiskey, the state's first legal distillery."

"Il Villaggio Osteria, owned by Gavin Fine of Q Roadhouse and Rendezvous Bistro fame…An illuminated wine cellar and streamlined tableware make it chic a wood-fired oven and a ceiling with rough-hewn wood beams offer a warm vibe. Order the sausage-stuffed olives and the house-made gnocchi."

"You all could not have been more gracious and the food was delicious! Hope we cross paths again!"

We&rsquove spent the last 7+ weeks planning and dreaming up our return. We wanted to take some time to be thorough, creative and safe in our approach to reopening our restaurants in any capacity. Time away has given us new perspective and has allowed us to be intentional about what we want to offer and who we want to be (while still being us) when it was time to reopen. But the time has come: we&rsquore coming back.

Over the past week, we have been proud to collaborate with Cynthia Hogan to launch Quarantine Cuisine. Starting today, Wednesday, April 15, Quarantine Cuisine will deliver meals and groceries to individuals in mandatory or self-imposed quarantine due to confirmed exposure to COVID-19.

In the second week of our spring Beyond the Plate series, we are taking a look at Teton County Access to Justice Center, the recipient of this week&rsquos off-season fundraising effort. Access to Justice is a non-profit legal aid program that provides help to Jackson Hole community members struggling with civil legal matters.

Spring has sprung and, despite lingering snow storms, the birds are chirping and tufts of grass are beginning to find their way out of the deep snow piles. The arrival of spring means a lot of things, but to us it means the reammergance of off-season specials&hellip A time of year when those who like to dine out have a opportunity to give back to the community by dining out, buying one entrée and getting a second for $2. 100% of the money from the second entrée will be donated to a weekly featured non-profit organization.

When we think about the US Presidents and food, many automatically think of our first President, George Washington and apple pie. In fact, Washington&rsquos estate was known for hosting many guests and providing them with a wide variety of culinary options. As a result, the Mount Vernon Association has a long list of recipes online, showcasing cuisine Washington would serve to his guests.

&lsquoTis the season for holiday parties filled with friends, family, twinkling lights and, most importantly, food. Being in hospitality, around this time of year we are often asked what we bring to the holiday table when we&rsquore dining with friends and family. In honor of this, we&rsquove compiled a list of the who, the what and the why of which delicious dishes Fine Dining Restaurant Group leaders bring along during the holidays.

In the final edition of our Beyond the Plate miniblog series, we are rounding out the Fall 2018 off-season special beneficiary spotlight with Dancers&rsquo Workshop. This local nonprofit is a multifaceted organization that strives to enhance the community both through movement and education.

In the third edition of our Beyond the Plate series, we are showcasing Wyoming&rsquos community Radio station, 89.1 KHOL. KHOL has remained the only community radio station in Wyoming since they took to the airwaves in 2008. The content being broadcasted by local DJs can be accessed online and picked up from Victor, ID, all the way down to Alpine, WY.

This week in Beyond the Plate, we are excited to introduce Community Entry Services (CES). An incredible Jackson Hole non-profit, CES will be receiving the funds from our off-season fundraising effort from October 29 to November 4.

CES is a local non-profit that supports adults with disabilities and acquired brain injuries in Teton County. They provide a variety of lifelong services to 30 individuals, including affordable housing, daily living skills, vocational services, medication management, residential living skills, community integration and bill payment.

The changing of the seasons has brought another Jackson Hole &ldquooff season,&rdquo where we band together as a company to offer dining deals to guests, while also raising money for Jackson Hole area non-profits.

Get to know the non-profits who will be receiving funds from this fall&rsquos fundraising effort in a four-part blog series &ldquoBeyond the Plate.&rdquo

First up is the beneficiary of fundraising efforts from October 22 &ndash 28: Jackson Hole Juggernauts.

We are please to announce the introduction of Eat Well. Do Good., a movement where we join together to show when a community stands together, magical things begin to happen.

We have uncorked the bubbly to celebrate the opening of the newest addition to the Fine Dining family - Bar Enoteca.

For the third straight year, the Fine Dining Restaurant Group will be cooking at the historic James Beard House. The group previously partnered with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (and Spur Restaurant in 2015) in two dinners using Wyoming as the inspiration for the menu. This year, Fine Dining Restaurant Group attends the dinner as the sole architects behind the menu Gavin and team will keep true to their Wyoming roots while highlighting house-made creations from across the diverse group of restaurants.

The end of 2015 marked a new milestone - over $126,000 raised in five years of off-season specials at Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants!

In a special wine import project, Fine Dining Restaurant Group is now the sole importer of Don Cosimo wines. These Sicilian wines are sold in four varietals, including Nero d'Avola, Grillo, Catarratto and Sparkling Grillo, and are only available at Fine Dining restaurants in Jackson Hole.

We are pleased to share we've added a Café to the lineup of Fine Dining restaurants. Located in the space previously occupied by Terra Cafe, the new addition will provide a casual outlet for breakfast and lunch, serving largely Italian-inspired selections in a grab-and-go setting - all next door to Osteria in Hotel Terra.

Part-time professional snowboarder, part-time cattle rancher, Mark Carter and his brother RC embody the Wyoming lifestyle. Relying on sheer acreage and Mother Nature to harvest their beef, the Carter family has been raising cattle in Ten Sleep, Wyoming for four generations. Grass fed and grain finished, the Carters&rsquo product is some of the best beef in Wyoming and it&rsquos all being delivered to your plate in the most humane way possible.

We are pleased to announce that in Spring 2015, with the help of the Jackson Hole community, we were able to raise $15,964 in just two months! For more information on our bi-annual fundraising efforts, click Learn More.

Please join us in welcoming a new addition to the Fine Dining Restaurant Group family! Bodega, located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, is the destination's new stop for great food and beverages.

Happy Holidays! As the season ushers in, we welcome you into our restaurant homes to celebrate the sights, sounds and flavors of the season with us. Click below for a complete list of our restaurants' holiday hours.

Working in partnership with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort&rsquos chefs Wes Hamilton and Dave Erlanson, Fine Dining Restaurant Group chefs Roger Freedman, Joel Tate, Chad Horton and Co-Owner Gavin Fine presented a Jackson Hole-inspired seven-course menu at the famed James Beard House on October 2.

What's better than dining out, getting a great deal and supporting Jackson Hole non-profits at the same time? In our opinion. Nothing.

Click below to learn more about our upcoming dining deals and the fantastic organizations they support.

Food and travel go hand in hand, no matter your destination. There's rarely a better way (in our opinion) to experience a new city than by tasting your way through. New York City is no different. With thousands of eateries within reach, incredible food and drink is simply a step away.

Traveling to New York City? Try out a few of Gavin Fine's favorite destinations for dining out in New York City.

More than 16 million American children face hunger. This September, we are joining thousands of restaurants nationwide to support Share Our Strength&rsquos No Kid Hungry ® campaign by raising funds in our Jackson Hole and Park City restaurants.

The big news on the Jackson Hole food front this week is that the JH community will be showcasing culinary talents to the New York media and public this October 2nd at the historic James Beard House. Fine Dining Restaurant Group Executive Chef Roger Freedman and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Executive Chef Wes Hamilton have collaborated to create Jackson Hole: From the Range a carefully curated menu of ingredients sourced from our region along with wine and whiskey pairings.

We&rsquore excited to see these chefs in action in NYC, so in the mean time we sat down with them to find out what makes them tick.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) and Fine Dining Restaurant Group (FDRG) are proud to announce a partnership with the Jackson Hole community hosting Jackson Hole: From the Range, a day celebrating Jackson Hole&rsquos thriving culinary culture at New York City&rsquos celebrated James Beard House. Jackson Hole: From the Range brings the best in food and travel culture from the mountain mecca of Jackson Hole to the esteemed, invite-only Beard kitchen.

Led by Owners Gavin Fine and Roger Freedman, Fine Dining Restaurant Group presented $14,052.02 to worthy non-profits in a reception last Thursday at Bin22, leading to a total of over $79,000 raised through Jackson Hole restaurant off-season specials since Fall 2011.

We're excited to share Jackson Hole was named a Top 5 Foodie City by Wine Enthusiast. We're even MORE excited to share the article recommends Fine Dining restaurants The Kitchen and Il Villaggio Osteria! Click below to learn more.

In keeping with the Fine Dining Restaurant Group initiative of supporting the communities in which we work and call home, we are proud to support Park City non-profit organizations through offering 2 for 1s with a twist at Silver.

Spring off season specials begin in Jackson Hole on April 7 and will raise money to support nine non-profit organizations.

Thank you, Jackson Hole, for your support in making this possible!

Working closely with locally-based Snake River Roasting Co., we have released our own Signature Coffee Blend - now available at all Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants.

Thank you for your interest in purchasing a gift certificate. All gift certificates are able to be used at any Fine Dining Restaurant Group property. To purchase, please call 307-733-5010.

Stay up to date with what we're up to, what we're serving and what we're planning.


NYC Chef Gears Up for the Annual Chef’s Cycle Fundraiser - Recipes

"I'm going to write it: The Kitchen is the valley's best restaurant."

"Barbecue joints don't normally serve dishes like quinoa salad or housemade kimchi, but at the eclectic Q Roadhouse, they go perfectly with dishes like blackened catfish…and pulled pork that has been smoked in-house…The full bar and extensive wine list are the cherries on top."

"A robust new wine shop called Bin22…resembles a mini Eataly, with its mozzarella bar staffed by a cheesemonger. In addition, it sells small-batch booze from the new Wyoming Whiskey, the state's first legal distillery."

"Il Villaggio Osteria, owned by Gavin Fine of Q Roadhouse and Rendezvous Bistro fame…An illuminated wine cellar and streamlined tableware make it chic a wood-fired oven and a ceiling with rough-hewn wood beams offer a warm vibe. Order the sausage-stuffed olives and the house-made gnocchi."

"You all could not have been more gracious and the food was delicious! Hope we cross paths again!"

We&rsquove spent the last 7+ weeks planning and dreaming up our return. We wanted to take some time to be thorough, creative and safe in our approach to reopening our restaurants in any capacity. Time away has given us new perspective and has allowed us to be intentional about what we want to offer and who we want to be (while still being us) when it was time to reopen. But the time has come: we&rsquore coming back.

Over the past week, we have been proud to collaborate with Cynthia Hogan to launch Quarantine Cuisine. Starting today, Wednesday, April 15, Quarantine Cuisine will deliver meals and groceries to individuals in mandatory or self-imposed quarantine due to confirmed exposure to COVID-19.

In the second week of our spring Beyond the Plate series, we are taking a look at Teton County Access to Justice Center, the recipient of this week&rsquos off-season fundraising effort. Access to Justice is a non-profit legal aid program that provides help to Jackson Hole community members struggling with civil legal matters.

Spring has sprung and, despite lingering snow storms, the birds are chirping and tufts of grass are beginning to find their way out of the deep snow piles. The arrival of spring means a lot of things, but to us it means the reammergance of off-season specials&hellip A time of year when those who like to dine out have a opportunity to give back to the community by dining out, buying one entrée and getting a second for $2. 100% of the money from the second entrée will be donated to a weekly featured non-profit organization.

When we think about the US Presidents and food, many automatically think of our first President, George Washington and apple pie. In fact, Washington&rsquos estate was known for hosting many guests and providing them with a wide variety of culinary options. As a result, the Mount Vernon Association has a long list of recipes online, showcasing cuisine Washington would serve to his guests.

&lsquoTis the season for holiday parties filled with friends, family, twinkling lights and, most importantly, food. Being in hospitality, around this time of year we are often asked what we bring to the holiday table when we&rsquore dining with friends and family. In honor of this, we&rsquove compiled a list of the who, the what and the why of which delicious dishes Fine Dining Restaurant Group leaders bring along during the holidays.

In the final edition of our Beyond the Plate miniblog series, we are rounding out the Fall 2018 off-season special beneficiary spotlight with Dancers&rsquo Workshop. This local nonprofit is a multifaceted organization that strives to enhance the community both through movement and education.

In the third edition of our Beyond the Plate series, we are showcasing Wyoming&rsquos community Radio station, 89.1 KHOL. KHOL has remained the only community radio station in Wyoming since they took to the airwaves in 2008. The content being broadcasted by local DJs can be accessed online and picked up from Victor, ID, all the way down to Alpine, WY.

This week in Beyond the Plate, we are excited to introduce Community Entry Services (CES). An incredible Jackson Hole non-profit, CES will be receiving the funds from our off-season fundraising effort from October 29 to November 4.

CES is a local non-profit that supports adults with disabilities and acquired brain injuries in Teton County. They provide a variety of lifelong services to 30 individuals, including affordable housing, daily living skills, vocational services, medication management, residential living skills, community integration and bill payment.

The changing of the seasons has brought another Jackson Hole &ldquooff season,&rdquo where we band together as a company to offer dining deals to guests, while also raising money for Jackson Hole area non-profits.

Get to know the non-profits who will be receiving funds from this fall&rsquos fundraising effort in a four-part blog series &ldquoBeyond the Plate.&rdquo

First up is the beneficiary of fundraising efforts from October 22 &ndash 28: Jackson Hole Juggernauts.

We are please to announce the introduction of Eat Well. Do Good., a movement where we join together to show when a community stands together, magical things begin to happen.

We have uncorked the bubbly to celebrate the opening of the newest addition to the Fine Dining family - Bar Enoteca.

For the third straight year, the Fine Dining Restaurant Group will be cooking at the historic James Beard House. The group previously partnered with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (and Spur Restaurant in 2015) in two dinners using Wyoming as the inspiration for the menu. This year, Fine Dining Restaurant Group attends the dinner as the sole architects behind the menu Gavin and team will keep true to their Wyoming roots while highlighting house-made creations from across the diverse group of restaurants.

The end of 2015 marked a new milestone - over $126,000 raised in five years of off-season specials at Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants!

In a special wine import project, Fine Dining Restaurant Group is now the sole importer of Don Cosimo wines. These Sicilian wines are sold in four varietals, including Nero d'Avola, Grillo, Catarratto and Sparkling Grillo, and are only available at Fine Dining restaurants in Jackson Hole.

We are pleased to share we've added a Café to the lineup of Fine Dining restaurants. Located in the space previously occupied by Terra Cafe, the new addition will provide a casual outlet for breakfast and lunch, serving largely Italian-inspired selections in a grab-and-go setting - all next door to Osteria in Hotel Terra.

Part-time professional snowboarder, part-time cattle rancher, Mark Carter and his brother RC embody the Wyoming lifestyle. Relying on sheer acreage and Mother Nature to harvest their beef, the Carter family has been raising cattle in Ten Sleep, Wyoming for four generations. Grass fed and grain finished, the Carters&rsquo product is some of the best beef in Wyoming and it&rsquos all being delivered to your plate in the most humane way possible.

We are pleased to announce that in Spring 2015, with the help of the Jackson Hole community, we were able to raise $15,964 in just two months! For more information on our bi-annual fundraising efforts, click Learn More.

Please join us in welcoming a new addition to the Fine Dining Restaurant Group family! Bodega, located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, is the destination's new stop for great food and beverages.

Happy Holidays! As the season ushers in, we welcome you into our restaurant homes to celebrate the sights, sounds and flavors of the season with us. Click below for a complete list of our restaurants' holiday hours.

Working in partnership with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort&rsquos chefs Wes Hamilton and Dave Erlanson, Fine Dining Restaurant Group chefs Roger Freedman, Joel Tate, Chad Horton and Co-Owner Gavin Fine presented a Jackson Hole-inspired seven-course menu at the famed James Beard House on October 2.

What's better than dining out, getting a great deal and supporting Jackson Hole non-profits at the same time? In our opinion. Nothing.

Click below to learn more about our upcoming dining deals and the fantastic organizations they support.

Food and travel go hand in hand, no matter your destination. There's rarely a better way (in our opinion) to experience a new city than by tasting your way through. New York City is no different. With thousands of eateries within reach, incredible food and drink is simply a step away.

Traveling to New York City? Try out a few of Gavin Fine's favorite destinations for dining out in New York City.

More than 16 million American children face hunger. This September, we are joining thousands of restaurants nationwide to support Share Our Strength&rsquos No Kid Hungry ® campaign by raising funds in our Jackson Hole and Park City restaurants.

The big news on the Jackson Hole food front this week is that the JH community will be showcasing culinary talents to the New York media and public this October 2nd at the historic James Beard House. Fine Dining Restaurant Group Executive Chef Roger Freedman and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Executive Chef Wes Hamilton have collaborated to create Jackson Hole: From the Range a carefully curated menu of ingredients sourced from our region along with wine and whiskey pairings.

We&rsquore excited to see these chefs in action in NYC, so in the mean time we sat down with them to find out what makes them tick.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) and Fine Dining Restaurant Group (FDRG) are proud to announce a partnership with the Jackson Hole community hosting Jackson Hole: From the Range, a day celebrating Jackson Hole&rsquos thriving culinary culture at New York City&rsquos celebrated James Beard House. Jackson Hole: From the Range brings the best in food and travel culture from the mountain mecca of Jackson Hole to the esteemed, invite-only Beard kitchen.

Led by Owners Gavin Fine and Roger Freedman, Fine Dining Restaurant Group presented $14,052.02 to worthy non-profits in a reception last Thursday at Bin22, leading to a total of over $79,000 raised through Jackson Hole restaurant off-season specials since Fall 2011.

We're excited to share Jackson Hole was named a Top 5 Foodie City by Wine Enthusiast. We're even MORE excited to share the article recommends Fine Dining restaurants The Kitchen and Il Villaggio Osteria! Click below to learn more.

In keeping with the Fine Dining Restaurant Group initiative of supporting the communities in which we work and call home, we are proud to support Park City non-profit organizations through offering 2 for 1s with a twist at Silver.

Spring off season specials begin in Jackson Hole on April 7 and will raise money to support nine non-profit organizations.

Thank you, Jackson Hole, for your support in making this possible!

Working closely with locally-based Snake River Roasting Co., we have released our own Signature Coffee Blend - now available at all Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants.

Thank you for your interest in purchasing a gift certificate. All gift certificates are able to be used at any Fine Dining Restaurant Group property. To purchase, please call 307-733-5010.

Stay up to date with what we're up to, what we're serving and what we're planning.


NYC Chef Gears Up for the Annual Chef’s Cycle Fundraiser - Recipes

"I'm going to write it: The Kitchen is the valley's best restaurant."

"Barbecue joints don't normally serve dishes like quinoa salad or housemade kimchi, but at the eclectic Q Roadhouse, they go perfectly with dishes like blackened catfish…and pulled pork that has been smoked in-house…The full bar and extensive wine list are the cherries on top."

"A robust new wine shop called Bin22…resembles a mini Eataly, with its mozzarella bar staffed by a cheesemonger. In addition, it sells small-batch booze from the new Wyoming Whiskey, the state's first legal distillery."

"Il Villaggio Osteria, owned by Gavin Fine of Q Roadhouse and Rendezvous Bistro fame…An illuminated wine cellar and streamlined tableware make it chic a wood-fired oven and a ceiling with rough-hewn wood beams offer a warm vibe. Order the sausage-stuffed olives and the house-made gnocchi."

"You all could not have been more gracious and the food was delicious! Hope we cross paths again!"

We&rsquove spent the last 7+ weeks planning and dreaming up our return. We wanted to take some time to be thorough, creative and safe in our approach to reopening our restaurants in any capacity. Time away has given us new perspective and has allowed us to be intentional about what we want to offer and who we want to be (while still being us) when it was time to reopen. But the time has come: we&rsquore coming back.

Over the past week, we have been proud to collaborate with Cynthia Hogan to launch Quarantine Cuisine. Starting today, Wednesday, April 15, Quarantine Cuisine will deliver meals and groceries to individuals in mandatory or self-imposed quarantine due to confirmed exposure to COVID-19.

In the second week of our spring Beyond the Plate series, we are taking a look at Teton County Access to Justice Center, the recipient of this week&rsquos off-season fundraising effort. Access to Justice is a non-profit legal aid program that provides help to Jackson Hole community members struggling with civil legal matters.

Spring has sprung and, despite lingering snow storms, the birds are chirping and tufts of grass are beginning to find their way out of the deep snow piles. The arrival of spring means a lot of things, but to us it means the reammergance of off-season specials&hellip A time of year when those who like to dine out have a opportunity to give back to the community by dining out, buying one entrée and getting a second for $2. 100% of the money from the second entrée will be donated to a weekly featured non-profit organization.

When we think about the US Presidents and food, many automatically think of our first President, George Washington and apple pie. In fact, Washington&rsquos estate was known for hosting many guests and providing them with a wide variety of culinary options. As a result, the Mount Vernon Association has a long list of recipes online, showcasing cuisine Washington would serve to his guests.

&lsquoTis the season for holiday parties filled with friends, family, twinkling lights and, most importantly, food. Being in hospitality, around this time of year we are often asked what we bring to the holiday table when we&rsquore dining with friends and family. In honor of this, we&rsquove compiled a list of the who, the what and the why of which delicious dishes Fine Dining Restaurant Group leaders bring along during the holidays.

In the final edition of our Beyond the Plate miniblog series, we are rounding out the Fall 2018 off-season special beneficiary spotlight with Dancers&rsquo Workshop. This local nonprofit is a multifaceted organization that strives to enhance the community both through movement and education.

In the third edition of our Beyond the Plate series, we are showcasing Wyoming&rsquos community Radio station, 89.1 KHOL. KHOL has remained the only community radio station in Wyoming since they took to the airwaves in 2008. The content being broadcasted by local DJs can be accessed online and picked up from Victor, ID, all the way down to Alpine, WY.

This week in Beyond the Plate, we are excited to introduce Community Entry Services (CES). An incredible Jackson Hole non-profit, CES will be receiving the funds from our off-season fundraising effort from October 29 to November 4.

CES is a local non-profit that supports adults with disabilities and acquired brain injuries in Teton County. They provide a variety of lifelong services to 30 individuals, including affordable housing, daily living skills, vocational services, medication management, residential living skills, community integration and bill payment.

The changing of the seasons has brought another Jackson Hole &ldquooff season,&rdquo where we band together as a company to offer dining deals to guests, while also raising money for Jackson Hole area non-profits.

Get to know the non-profits who will be receiving funds from this fall&rsquos fundraising effort in a four-part blog series &ldquoBeyond the Plate.&rdquo

First up is the beneficiary of fundraising efforts from October 22 &ndash 28: Jackson Hole Juggernauts.

We are please to announce the introduction of Eat Well. Do Good., a movement where we join together to show when a community stands together, magical things begin to happen.

We have uncorked the bubbly to celebrate the opening of the newest addition to the Fine Dining family - Bar Enoteca.

For the third straight year, the Fine Dining Restaurant Group will be cooking at the historic James Beard House. The group previously partnered with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (and Spur Restaurant in 2015) in two dinners using Wyoming as the inspiration for the menu. This year, Fine Dining Restaurant Group attends the dinner as the sole architects behind the menu Gavin and team will keep true to their Wyoming roots while highlighting house-made creations from across the diverse group of restaurants.

The end of 2015 marked a new milestone - over $126,000 raised in five years of off-season specials at Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants!

In a special wine import project, Fine Dining Restaurant Group is now the sole importer of Don Cosimo wines. These Sicilian wines are sold in four varietals, including Nero d'Avola, Grillo, Catarratto and Sparkling Grillo, and are only available at Fine Dining restaurants in Jackson Hole.

We are pleased to share we've added a Café to the lineup of Fine Dining restaurants. Located in the space previously occupied by Terra Cafe, the new addition will provide a casual outlet for breakfast and lunch, serving largely Italian-inspired selections in a grab-and-go setting - all next door to Osteria in Hotel Terra.

Part-time professional snowboarder, part-time cattle rancher, Mark Carter and his brother RC embody the Wyoming lifestyle. Relying on sheer acreage and Mother Nature to harvest their beef, the Carter family has been raising cattle in Ten Sleep, Wyoming for four generations. Grass fed and grain finished, the Carters&rsquo product is some of the best beef in Wyoming and it&rsquos all being delivered to your plate in the most humane way possible.

We are pleased to announce that in Spring 2015, with the help of the Jackson Hole community, we were able to raise $15,964 in just two months! For more information on our bi-annual fundraising efforts, click Learn More.

Please join us in welcoming a new addition to the Fine Dining Restaurant Group family! Bodega, located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, is the destination's new stop for great food and beverages.

Happy Holidays! As the season ushers in, we welcome you into our restaurant homes to celebrate the sights, sounds and flavors of the season with us. Click below for a complete list of our restaurants' holiday hours.

Working in partnership with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort&rsquos chefs Wes Hamilton and Dave Erlanson, Fine Dining Restaurant Group chefs Roger Freedman, Joel Tate, Chad Horton and Co-Owner Gavin Fine presented a Jackson Hole-inspired seven-course menu at the famed James Beard House on October 2.

What's better than dining out, getting a great deal and supporting Jackson Hole non-profits at the same time? In our opinion. Nothing.

Click below to learn more about our upcoming dining deals and the fantastic organizations they support.

Food and travel go hand in hand, no matter your destination. There's rarely a better way (in our opinion) to experience a new city than by tasting your way through. New York City is no different. With thousands of eateries within reach, incredible food and drink is simply a step away.

Traveling to New York City? Try out a few of Gavin Fine's favorite destinations for dining out in New York City.

More than 16 million American children face hunger. This September, we are joining thousands of restaurants nationwide to support Share Our Strength&rsquos No Kid Hungry ® campaign by raising funds in our Jackson Hole and Park City restaurants.

The big news on the Jackson Hole food front this week is that the JH community will be showcasing culinary talents to the New York media and public this October 2nd at the historic James Beard House. Fine Dining Restaurant Group Executive Chef Roger Freedman and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Executive Chef Wes Hamilton have collaborated to create Jackson Hole: From the Range a carefully curated menu of ingredients sourced from our region along with wine and whiskey pairings.

We&rsquore excited to see these chefs in action in NYC, so in the mean time we sat down with them to find out what makes them tick.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) and Fine Dining Restaurant Group (FDRG) are proud to announce a partnership with the Jackson Hole community hosting Jackson Hole: From the Range, a day celebrating Jackson Hole&rsquos thriving culinary culture at New York City&rsquos celebrated James Beard House. Jackson Hole: From the Range brings the best in food and travel culture from the mountain mecca of Jackson Hole to the esteemed, invite-only Beard kitchen.

Led by Owners Gavin Fine and Roger Freedman, Fine Dining Restaurant Group presented $14,052.02 to worthy non-profits in a reception last Thursday at Bin22, leading to a total of over $79,000 raised through Jackson Hole restaurant off-season specials since Fall 2011.

We're excited to share Jackson Hole was named a Top 5 Foodie City by Wine Enthusiast. We're even MORE excited to share the article recommends Fine Dining restaurants The Kitchen and Il Villaggio Osteria! Click below to learn more.

In keeping with the Fine Dining Restaurant Group initiative of supporting the communities in which we work and call home, we are proud to support Park City non-profit organizations through offering 2 for 1s with a twist at Silver.

Spring off season specials begin in Jackson Hole on April 7 and will raise money to support nine non-profit organizations.

Thank you, Jackson Hole, for your support in making this possible!

Working closely with locally-based Snake River Roasting Co., we have released our own Signature Coffee Blend - now available at all Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants.

Thank you for your interest in purchasing a gift certificate. All gift certificates are able to be used at any Fine Dining Restaurant Group property. To purchase, please call 307-733-5010.

Stay up to date with what we're up to, what we're serving and what we're planning.


NYC Chef Gears Up for the Annual Chef’s Cycle Fundraiser - Recipes

"I'm going to write it: The Kitchen is the valley's best restaurant."

"Barbecue joints don't normally serve dishes like quinoa salad or housemade kimchi, but at the eclectic Q Roadhouse, they go perfectly with dishes like blackened catfish…and pulled pork that has been smoked in-house…The full bar and extensive wine list are the cherries on top."

"A robust new wine shop called Bin22…resembles a mini Eataly, with its mozzarella bar staffed by a cheesemonger. In addition, it sells small-batch booze from the new Wyoming Whiskey, the state's first legal distillery."

"Il Villaggio Osteria, owned by Gavin Fine of Q Roadhouse and Rendezvous Bistro fame…An illuminated wine cellar and streamlined tableware make it chic a wood-fired oven and a ceiling with rough-hewn wood beams offer a warm vibe. Order the sausage-stuffed olives and the house-made gnocchi."

"You all could not have been more gracious and the food was delicious! Hope we cross paths again!"

We&rsquove spent the last 7+ weeks planning and dreaming up our return. We wanted to take some time to be thorough, creative and safe in our approach to reopening our restaurants in any capacity. Time away has given us new perspective and has allowed us to be intentional about what we want to offer and who we want to be (while still being us) when it was time to reopen. But the time has come: we&rsquore coming back.

Over the past week, we have been proud to collaborate with Cynthia Hogan to launch Quarantine Cuisine. Starting today, Wednesday, April 15, Quarantine Cuisine will deliver meals and groceries to individuals in mandatory or self-imposed quarantine due to confirmed exposure to COVID-19.

In the second week of our spring Beyond the Plate series, we are taking a look at Teton County Access to Justice Center, the recipient of this week&rsquos off-season fundraising effort. Access to Justice is a non-profit legal aid program that provides help to Jackson Hole community members struggling with civil legal matters.

Spring has sprung and, despite lingering snow storms, the birds are chirping and tufts of grass are beginning to find their way out of the deep snow piles. The arrival of spring means a lot of things, but to us it means the reammergance of off-season specials&hellip A time of year when those who like to dine out have a opportunity to give back to the community by dining out, buying one entrée and getting a second for $2. 100% of the money from the second entrée will be donated to a weekly featured non-profit organization.

When we think about the US Presidents and food, many automatically think of our first President, George Washington and apple pie. In fact, Washington&rsquos estate was known for hosting many guests and providing them with a wide variety of culinary options. As a result, the Mount Vernon Association has a long list of recipes online, showcasing cuisine Washington would serve to his guests.

&lsquoTis the season for holiday parties filled with friends, family, twinkling lights and, most importantly, food. Being in hospitality, around this time of year we are often asked what we bring to the holiday table when we&rsquore dining with friends and family. In honor of this, we&rsquove compiled a list of the who, the what and the why of which delicious dishes Fine Dining Restaurant Group leaders bring along during the holidays.

In the final edition of our Beyond the Plate miniblog series, we are rounding out the Fall 2018 off-season special beneficiary spotlight with Dancers&rsquo Workshop. This local nonprofit is a multifaceted organization that strives to enhance the community both through movement and education.

In the third edition of our Beyond the Plate series, we are showcasing Wyoming&rsquos community Radio station, 89.1 KHOL. KHOL has remained the only community radio station in Wyoming since they took to the airwaves in 2008. The content being broadcasted by local DJs can be accessed online and picked up from Victor, ID, all the way down to Alpine, WY.

This week in Beyond the Plate, we are excited to introduce Community Entry Services (CES). An incredible Jackson Hole non-profit, CES will be receiving the funds from our off-season fundraising effort from October 29 to November 4.

CES is a local non-profit that supports adults with disabilities and acquired brain injuries in Teton County. They provide a variety of lifelong services to 30 individuals, including affordable housing, daily living skills, vocational services, medication management, residential living skills, community integration and bill payment.

The changing of the seasons has brought another Jackson Hole &ldquooff season,&rdquo where we band together as a company to offer dining deals to guests, while also raising money for Jackson Hole area non-profits.

Get to know the non-profits who will be receiving funds from this fall&rsquos fundraising effort in a four-part blog series &ldquoBeyond the Plate.&rdquo

First up is the beneficiary of fundraising efforts from October 22 &ndash 28: Jackson Hole Juggernauts.

We are please to announce the introduction of Eat Well. Do Good., a movement where we join together to show when a community stands together, magical things begin to happen.

We have uncorked the bubbly to celebrate the opening of the newest addition to the Fine Dining family - Bar Enoteca.

For the third straight year, the Fine Dining Restaurant Group will be cooking at the historic James Beard House. The group previously partnered with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (and Spur Restaurant in 2015) in two dinners using Wyoming as the inspiration for the menu. This year, Fine Dining Restaurant Group attends the dinner as the sole architects behind the menu Gavin and team will keep true to their Wyoming roots while highlighting house-made creations from across the diverse group of restaurants.

The end of 2015 marked a new milestone - over $126,000 raised in five years of off-season specials at Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants!

In a special wine import project, Fine Dining Restaurant Group is now the sole importer of Don Cosimo wines. These Sicilian wines are sold in four varietals, including Nero d'Avola, Grillo, Catarratto and Sparkling Grillo, and are only available at Fine Dining restaurants in Jackson Hole.

We are pleased to share we've added a Café to the lineup of Fine Dining restaurants. Located in the space previously occupied by Terra Cafe, the new addition will provide a casual outlet for breakfast and lunch, serving largely Italian-inspired selections in a grab-and-go setting - all next door to Osteria in Hotel Terra.

Part-time professional snowboarder, part-time cattle rancher, Mark Carter and his brother RC embody the Wyoming lifestyle. Relying on sheer acreage and Mother Nature to harvest their beef, the Carter family has been raising cattle in Ten Sleep, Wyoming for four generations. Grass fed and grain finished, the Carters&rsquo product is some of the best beef in Wyoming and it&rsquos all being delivered to your plate in the most humane way possible.

We are pleased to announce that in Spring 2015, with the help of the Jackson Hole community, we were able to raise $15,964 in just two months! For more information on our bi-annual fundraising efforts, click Learn More.

Please join us in welcoming a new addition to the Fine Dining Restaurant Group family! Bodega, located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, is the destination's new stop for great food and beverages.

Happy Holidays! As the season ushers in, we welcome you into our restaurant homes to celebrate the sights, sounds and flavors of the season with us. Click below for a complete list of our restaurants' holiday hours.

Working in partnership with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort&rsquos chefs Wes Hamilton and Dave Erlanson, Fine Dining Restaurant Group chefs Roger Freedman, Joel Tate, Chad Horton and Co-Owner Gavin Fine presented a Jackson Hole-inspired seven-course menu at the famed James Beard House on October 2.

What's better than dining out, getting a great deal and supporting Jackson Hole non-profits at the same time? In our opinion. Nothing.

Click below to learn more about our upcoming dining deals and the fantastic organizations they support.

Food and travel go hand in hand, no matter your destination. There's rarely a better way (in our opinion) to experience a new city than by tasting your way through. New York City is no different. With thousands of eateries within reach, incredible food and drink is simply a step away.

Traveling to New York City? Try out a few of Gavin Fine's favorite destinations for dining out in New York City.

More than 16 million American children face hunger. This September, we are joining thousands of restaurants nationwide to support Share Our Strength&rsquos No Kid Hungry ® campaign by raising funds in our Jackson Hole and Park City restaurants.

The big news on the Jackson Hole food front this week is that the JH community will be showcasing culinary talents to the New York media and public this October 2nd at the historic James Beard House. Fine Dining Restaurant Group Executive Chef Roger Freedman and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Executive Chef Wes Hamilton have collaborated to create Jackson Hole: From the Range a carefully curated menu of ingredients sourced from our region along with wine and whiskey pairings.

We&rsquore excited to see these chefs in action in NYC, so in the mean time we sat down with them to find out what makes them tick.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) and Fine Dining Restaurant Group (FDRG) are proud to announce a partnership with the Jackson Hole community hosting Jackson Hole: From the Range, a day celebrating Jackson Hole&rsquos thriving culinary culture at New York City&rsquos celebrated James Beard House. Jackson Hole: From the Range brings the best in food and travel culture from the mountain mecca of Jackson Hole to the esteemed, invite-only Beard kitchen.

Led by Owners Gavin Fine and Roger Freedman, Fine Dining Restaurant Group presented $14,052.02 to worthy non-profits in a reception last Thursday at Bin22, leading to a total of over $79,000 raised through Jackson Hole restaurant off-season specials since Fall 2011.

We're excited to share Jackson Hole was named a Top 5 Foodie City by Wine Enthusiast. We're even MORE excited to share the article recommends Fine Dining restaurants The Kitchen and Il Villaggio Osteria! Click below to learn more.

In keeping with the Fine Dining Restaurant Group initiative of supporting the communities in which we work and call home, we are proud to support Park City non-profit organizations through offering 2 for 1s with a twist at Silver.

Spring off season specials begin in Jackson Hole on April 7 and will raise money to support nine non-profit organizations.

Thank you, Jackson Hole, for your support in making this possible!

Working closely with locally-based Snake River Roasting Co., we have released our own Signature Coffee Blend - now available at all Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants.

Thank you for your interest in purchasing a gift certificate. All gift certificates are able to be used at any Fine Dining Restaurant Group property. To purchase, please call 307-733-5010.

Stay up to date with what we're up to, what we're serving and what we're planning.


NYC Chef Gears Up for the Annual Chef’s Cycle Fundraiser - Recipes

"I'm going to write it: The Kitchen is the valley's best restaurant."

"Barbecue joints don't normally serve dishes like quinoa salad or housemade kimchi, but at the eclectic Q Roadhouse, they go perfectly with dishes like blackened catfish…and pulled pork that has been smoked in-house…The full bar and extensive wine list are the cherries on top."

"A robust new wine shop called Bin22…resembles a mini Eataly, with its mozzarella bar staffed by a cheesemonger. In addition, it sells small-batch booze from the new Wyoming Whiskey, the state's first legal distillery."

"Il Villaggio Osteria, owned by Gavin Fine of Q Roadhouse and Rendezvous Bistro fame…An illuminated wine cellar and streamlined tableware make it chic a wood-fired oven and a ceiling with rough-hewn wood beams offer a warm vibe. Order the sausage-stuffed olives and the house-made gnocchi."

"You all could not have been more gracious and the food was delicious! Hope we cross paths again!"

We&rsquove spent the last 7+ weeks planning and dreaming up our return. We wanted to take some time to be thorough, creative and safe in our approach to reopening our restaurants in any capacity. Time away has given us new perspective and has allowed us to be intentional about what we want to offer and who we want to be (while still being us) when it was time to reopen. But the time has come: we&rsquore coming back.

Over the past week, we have been proud to collaborate with Cynthia Hogan to launch Quarantine Cuisine. Starting today, Wednesday, April 15, Quarantine Cuisine will deliver meals and groceries to individuals in mandatory or self-imposed quarantine due to confirmed exposure to COVID-19.

In the second week of our spring Beyond the Plate series, we are taking a look at Teton County Access to Justice Center, the recipient of this week&rsquos off-season fundraising effort. Access to Justice is a non-profit legal aid program that provides help to Jackson Hole community members struggling with civil legal matters.

Spring has sprung and, despite lingering snow storms, the birds are chirping and tufts of grass are beginning to find their way out of the deep snow piles. The arrival of spring means a lot of things, but to us it means the reammergance of off-season specials&hellip A time of year when those who like to dine out have a opportunity to give back to the community by dining out, buying one entrée and getting a second for $2. 100% of the money from the second entrée will be donated to a weekly featured non-profit organization.

When we think about the US Presidents and food, many automatically think of our first President, George Washington and apple pie. In fact, Washington&rsquos estate was known for hosting many guests and providing them with a wide variety of culinary options. As a result, the Mount Vernon Association has a long list of recipes online, showcasing cuisine Washington would serve to his guests.

&lsquoTis the season for holiday parties filled with friends, family, twinkling lights and, most importantly, food. Being in hospitality, around this time of year we are often asked what we bring to the holiday table when we&rsquore dining with friends and family. In honor of this, we&rsquove compiled a list of the who, the what and the why of which delicious dishes Fine Dining Restaurant Group leaders bring along during the holidays.

In the final edition of our Beyond the Plate miniblog series, we are rounding out the Fall 2018 off-season special beneficiary spotlight with Dancers&rsquo Workshop. This local nonprofit is a multifaceted organization that strives to enhance the community both through movement and education.

In the third edition of our Beyond the Plate series, we are showcasing Wyoming&rsquos community Radio station, 89.1 KHOL. KHOL has remained the only community radio station in Wyoming since they took to the airwaves in 2008. The content being broadcasted by local DJs can be accessed online and picked up from Victor, ID, all the way down to Alpine, WY.

This week in Beyond the Plate, we are excited to introduce Community Entry Services (CES). An incredible Jackson Hole non-profit, CES will be receiving the funds from our off-season fundraising effort from October 29 to November 4.

CES is a local non-profit that supports adults with disabilities and acquired brain injuries in Teton County. They provide a variety of lifelong services to 30 individuals, including affordable housing, daily living skills, vocational services, medication management, residential living skills, community integration and bill payment.

The changing of the seasons has brought another Jackson Hole &ldquooff season,&rdquo where we band together as a company to offer dining deals to guests, while also raising money for Jackson Hole area non-profits.

Get to know the non-profits who will be receiving funds from this fall&rsquos fundraising effort in a four-part blog series &ldquoBeyond the Plate.&rdquo

First up is the beneficiary of fundraising efforts from October 22 &ndash 28: Jackson Hole Juggernauts.

We are please to announce the introduction of Eat Well. Do Good., a movement where we join together to show when a community stands together, magical things begin to happen.

We have uncorked the bubbly to celebrate the opening of the newest addition to the Fine Dining family - Bar Enoteca.

For the third straight year, the Fine Dining Restaurant Group will be cooking at the historic James Beard House. The group previously partnered with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (and Spur Restaurant in 2015) in two dinners using Wyoming as the inspiration for the menu. This year, Fine Dining Restaurant Group attends the dinner as the sole architects behind the menu Gavin and team will keep true to their Wyoming roots while highlighting house-made creations from across the diverse group of restaurants.

The end of 2015 marked a new milestone - over $126,000 raised in five years of off-season specials at Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants!

In a special wine import project, Fine Dining Restaurant Group is now the sole importer of Don Cosimo wines. These Sicilian wines are sold in four varietals, including Nero d'Avola, Grillo, Catarratto and Sparkling Grillo, and are only available at Fine Dining restaurants in Jackson Hole.

We are pleased to share we've added a Café to the lineup of Fine Dining restaurants. Located in the space previously occupied by Terra Cafe, the new addition will provide a casual outlet for breakfast and lunch, serving largely Italian-inspired selections in a grab-and-go setting - all next door to Osteria in Hotel Terra.

Part-time professional snowboarder, part-time cattle rancher, Mark Carter and his brother RC embody the Wyoming lifestyle. Relying on sheer acreage and Mother Nature to harvest their beef, the Carter family has been raising cattle in Ten Sleep, Wyoming for four generations. Grass fed and grain finished, the Carters&rsquo product is some of the best beef in Wyoming and it&rsquos all being delivered to your plate in the most humane way possible.

We are pleased to announce that in Spring 2015, with the help of the Jackson Hole community, we were able to raise $15,964 in just two months! For more information on our bi-annual fundraising efforts, click Learn More.

Please join us in welcoming a new addition to the Fine Dining Restaurant Group family! Bodega, located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, is the destination's new stop for great food and beverages.

Happy Holidays! As the season ushers in, we welcome you into our restaurant homes to celebrate the sights, sounds and flavors of the season with us. Click below for a complete list of our restaurants' holiday hours.

Working in partnership with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort&rsquos chefs Wes Hamilton and Dave Erlanson, Fine Dining Restaurant Group chefs Roger Freedman, Joel Tate, Chad Horton and Co-Owner Gavin Fine presented a Jackson Hole-inspired seven-course menu at the famed James Beard House on October 2.

What's better than dining out, getting a great deal and supporting Jackson Hole non-profits at the same time? In our opinion. Nothing.

Click below to learn more about our upcoming dining deals and the fantastic organizations they support.

Food and travel go hand in hand, no matter your destination. There's rarely a better way (in our opinion) to experience a new city than by tasting your way through. New York City is no different. With thousands of eateries within reach, incredible food and drink is simply a step away.

Traveling to New York City? Try out a few of Gavin Fine's favorite destinations for dining out in New York City.

More than 16 million American children face hunger. This September, we are joining thousands of restaurants nationwide to support Share Our Strength&rsquos No Kid Hungry ® campaign by raising funds in our Jackson Hole and Park City restaurants.

The big news on the Jackson Hole food front this week is that the JH community will be showcasing culinary talents to the New York media and public this October 2nd at the historic James Beard House. Fine Dining Restaurant Group Executive Chef Roger Freedman and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Executive Chef Wes Hamilton have collaborated to create Jackson Hole: From the Range a carefully curated menu of ingredients sourced from our region along with wine and whiskey pairings.

We&rsquore excited to see these chefs in action in NYC, so in the mean time we sat down with them to find out what makes them tick.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) and Fine Dining Restaurant Group (FDRG) are proud to announce a partnership with the Jackson Hole community hosting Jackson Hole: From the Range, a day celebrating Jackson Hole&rsquos thriving culinary culture at New York City&rsquos celebrated James Beard House. Jackson Hole: From the Range brings the best in food and travel culture from the mountain mecca of Jackson Hole to the esteemed, invite-only Beard kitchen.

Led by Owners Gavin Fine and Roger Freedman, Fine Dining Restaurant Group presented $14,052.02 to worthy non-profits in a reception last Thursday at Bin22, leading to a total of over $79,000 raised through Jackson Hole restaurant off-season specials since Fall 2011.

We're excited to share Jackson Hole was named a Top 5 Foodie City by Wine Enthusiast. We're even MORE excited to share the article recommends Fine Dining restaurants The Kitchen and Il Villaggio Osteria! Click below to learn more.

In keeping with the Fine Dining Restaurant Group initiative of supporting the communities in which we work and call home, we are proud to support Park City non-profit organizations through offering 2 for 1s with a twist at Silver.

Spring off season specials begin in Jackson Hole on April 7 and will raise money to support nine non-profit organizations.

Thank you, Jackson Hole, for your support in making this possible!

Working closely with locally-based Snake River Roasting Co., we have released our own Signature Coffee Blend - now available at all Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants.

Thank you for your interest in purchasing a gift certificate. All gift certificates are able to be used at any Fine Dining Restaurant Group property. To purchase, please call 307-733-5010.

Stay up to date with what we're up to, what we're serving and what we're planning.


NYC Chef Gears Up for the Annual Chef’s Cycle Fundraiser - Recipes

"I'm going to write it: The Kitchen is the valley's best restaurant."

"Barbecue joints don't normally serve dishes like quinoa salad or housemade kimchi, but at the eclectic Q Roadhouse, they go perfectly with dishes like blackened catfish…and pulled pork that has been smoked in-house…The full bar and extensive wine list are the cherries on top."

"A robust new wine shop called Bin22…resembles a mini Eataly, with its mozzarella bar staffed by a cheesemonger. In addition, it sells small-batch booze from the new Wyoming Whiskey, the state's first legal distillery."

"Il Villaggio Osteria, owned by Gavin Fine of Q Roadhouse and Rendezvous Bistro fame…An illuminated wine cellar and streamlined tableware make it chic a wood-fired oven and a ceiling with rough-hewn wood beams offer a warm vibe. Order the sausage-stuffed olives and the house-made gnocchi."

"You all could not have been more gracious and the food was delicious! Hope we cross paths again!"

We&rsquove spent the last 7+ weeks planning and dreaming up our return. We wanted to take some time to be thorough, creative and safe in our approach to reopening our restaurants in any capacity. Time away has given us new perspective and has allowed us to be intentional about what we want to offer and who we want to be (while still being us) when it was time to reopen. But the time has come: we&rsquore coming back.

Over the past week, we have been proud to collaborate with Cynthia Hogan to launch Quarantine Cuisine. Starting today, Wednesday, April 15, Quarantine Cuisine will deliver meals and groceries to individuals in mandatory or self-imposed quarantine due to confirmed exposure to COVID-19.

In the second week of our spring Beyond the Plate series, we are taking a look at Teton County Access to Justice Center, the recipient of this week&rsquos off-season fundraising effort. Access to Justice is a non-profit legal aid program that provides help to Jackson Hole community members struggling with civil legal matters.

Spring has sprung and, despite lingering snow storms, the birds are chirping and tufts of grass are beginning to find their way out of the deep snow piles. The arrival of spring means a lot of things, but to us it means the reammergance of off-season specials&hellip A time of year when those who like to dine out have a opportunity to give back to the community by dining out, buying one entrée and getting a second for $2. 100% of the money from the second entrée will be donated to a weekly featured non-profit organization.

When we think about the US Presidents and food, many automatically think of our first President, George Washington and apple pie. In fact, Washington&rsquos estate was known for hosting many guests and providing them with a wide variety of culinary options. As a result, the Mount Vernon Association has a long list of recipes online, showcasing cuisine Washington would serve to his guests.

&lsquoTis the season for holiday parties filled with friends, family, twinkling lights and, most importantly, food. Being in hospitality, around this time of year we are often asked what we bring to the holiday table when we&rsquore dining with friends and family. In honor of this, we&rsquove compiled a list of the who, the what and the why of which delicious dishes Fine Dining Restaurant Group leaders bring along during the holidays.

In the final edition of our Beyond the Plate miniblog series, we are rounding out the Fall 2018 off-season special beneficiary spotlight with Dancers&rsquo Workshop. This local nonprofit is a multifaceted organization that strives to enhance the community both through movement and education.

In the third edition of our Beyond the Plate series, we are showcasing Wyoming&rsquos community Radio station, 89.1 KHOL. KHOL has remained the only community radio station in Wyoming since they took to the airwaves in 2008. The content being broadcasted by local DJs can be accessed online and picked up from Victor, ID, all the way down to Alpine, WY.

This week in Beyond the Plate, we are excited to introduce Community Entry Services (CES). An incredible Jackson Hole non-profit, CES will be receiving the funds from our off-season fundraising effort from October 29 to November 4.

CES is a local non-profit that supports adults with disabilities and acquired brain injuries in Teton County. They provide a variety of lifelong services to 30 individuals, including affordable housing, daily living skills, vocational services, medication management, residential living skills, community integration and bill payment.

The changing of the seasons has brought another Jackson Hole &ldquooff season,&rdquo where we band together as a company to offer dining deals to guests, while also raising money for Jackson Hole area non-profits.

Get to know the non-profits who will be receiving funds from this fall&rsquos fundraising effort in a four-part blog series &ldquoBeyond the Plate.&rdquo

First up is the beneficiary of fundraising efforts from October 22 &ndash 28: Jackson Hole Juggernauts.

We are please to announce the introduction of Eat Well. Do Good., a movement where we join together to show when a community stands together, magical things begin to happen.

We have uncorked the bubbly to celebrate the opening of the newest addition to the Fine Dining family - Bar Enoteca.

For the third straight year, the Fine Dining Restaurant Group will be cooking at the historic James Beard House. The group previously partnered with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (and Spur Restaurant in 2015) in two dinners using Wyoming as the inspiration for the menu. This year, Fine Dining Restaurant Group attends the dinner as the sole architects behind the menu Gavin and team will keep true to their Wyoming roots while highlighting house-made creations from across the diverse group of restaurants.

The end of 2015 marked a new milestone - over $126,000 raised in five years of off-season specials at Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants!

In a special wine import project, Fine Dining Restaurant Group is now the sole importer of Don Cosimo wines. These Sicilian wines are sold in four varietals, including Nero d'Avola, Grillo, Catarratto and Sparkling Grillo, and are only available at Fine Dining restaurants in Jackson Hole.

We are pleased to share we've added a Café to the lineup of Fine Dining restaurants. Located in the space previously occupied by Terra Cafe, the new addition will provide a casual outlet for breakfast and lunch, serving largely Italian-inspired selections in a grab-and-go setting - all next door to Osteria in Hotel Terra.

Part-time professional snowboarder, part-time cattle rancher, Mark Carter and his brother RC embody the Wyoming lifestyle. Relying on sheer acreage and Mother Nature to harvest their beef, the Carter family has been raising cattle in Ten Sleep, Wyoming for four generations. Grass fed and grain finished, the Carters&rsquo product is some of the best beef in Wyoming and it&rsquos all being delivered to your plate in the most humane way possible.

We are pleased to announce that in Spring 2015, with the help of the Jackson Hole community, we were able to raise $15,964 in just two months! For more information on our bi-annual fundraising efforts, click Learn More.

Please join us in welcoming a new addition to the Fine Dining Restaurant Group family! Bodega, located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, is the destination's new stop for great food and beverages.

Happy Holidays! As the season ushers in, we welcome you into our restaurant homes to celebrate the sights, sounds and flavors of the season with us. Click below for a complete list of our restaurants' holiday hours.

Working in partnership with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort&rsquos chefs Wes Hamilton and Dave Erlanson, Fine Dining Restaurant Group chefs Roger Freedman, Joel Tate, Chad Horton and Co-Owner Gavin Fine presented a Jackson Hole-inspired seven-course menu at the famed James Beard House on October 2.

What's better than dining out, getting a great deal and supporting Jackson Hole non-profits at the same time? In our opinion. Nothing.

Click below to learn more about our upcoming dining deals and the fantastic organizations they support.

Food and travel go hand in hand, no matter your destination. There's rarely a better way (in our opinion) to experience a new city than by tasting your way through. New York City is no different. With thousands of eateries within reach, incredible food and drink is simply a step away.

Traveling to New York City? Try out a few of Gavin Fine's favorite destinations for dining out in New York City.

More than 16 million American children face hunger. This September, we are joining thousands of restaurants nationwide to support Share Our Strength&rsquos No Kid Hungry ® campaign by raising funds in our Jackson Hole and Park City restaurants.

The big news on the Jackson Hole food front this week is that the JH community will be showcasing culinary talents to the New York media and public this October 2nd at the historic James Beard House. Fine Dining Restaurant Group Executive Chef Roger Freedman and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Executive Chef Wes Hamilton have collaborated to create Jackson Hole: From the Range a carefully curated menu of ingredients sourced from our region along with wine and whiskey pairings.

We&rsquore excited to see these chefs in action in NYC, so in the mean time we sat down with them to find out what makes them tick.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) and Fine Dining Restaurant Group (FDRG) are proud to announce a partnership with the Jackson Hole community hosting Jackson Hole: From the Range, a day celebrating Jackson Hole&rsquos thriving culinary culture at New York City&rsquos celebrated James Beard House. Jackson Hole: From the Range brings the best in food and travel culture from the mountain mecca of Jackson Hole to the esteemed, invite-only Beard kitchen.

Led by Owners Gavin Fine and Roger Freedman, Fine Dining Restaurant Group presented $14,052.02 to worthy non-profits in a reception last Thursday at Bin22, leading to a total of over $79,000 raised through Jackson Hole restaurant off-season specials since Fall 2011.

We're excited to share Jackson Hole was named a Top 5 Foodie City by Wine Enthusiast. We're even MORE excited to share the article recommends Fine Dining restaurants The Kitchen and Il Villaggio Osteria! Click below to learn more.

In keeping with the Fine Dining Restaurant Group initiative of supporting the communities in which we work and call home, we are proud to support Park City non-profit organizations through offering 2 for 1s with a twist at Silver.

Spring off season specials begin in Jackson Hole on April 7 and will raise money to support nine non-profit organizations.

Thank you, Jackson Hole, for your support in making this possible!

Working closely with locally-based Snake River Roasting Co., we have released our own Signature Coffee Blend - now available at all Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants.

Thank you for your interest in purchasing a gift certificate. All gift certificates are able to be used at any Fine Dining Restaurant Group property. To purchase, please call 307-733-5010.

Stay up to date with what we're up to, what we're serving and what we're planning.


NYC Chef Gears Up for the Annual Chef’s Cycle Fundraiser - Recipes

"I'm going to write it: The Kitchen is the valley's best restaurant."

"Barbecue joints don't normally serve dishes like quinoa salad or housemade kimchi, but at the eclectic Q Roadhouse, they go perfectly with dishes like blackened catfish…and pulled pork that has been smoked in-house…The full bar and extensive wine list are the cherries on top."

"A robust new wine shop called Bin22…resembles a mini Eataly, with its mozzarella bar staffed by a cheesemonger. In addition, it sells small-batch booze from the new Wyoming Whiskey, the state's first legal distillery."

"Il Villaggio Osteria, owned by Gavin Fine of Q Roadhouse and Rendezvous Bistro fame…An illuminated wine cellar and streamlined tableware make it chic a wood-fired oven and a ceiling with rough-hewn wood beams offer a warm vibe. Order the sausage-stuffed olives and the house-made gnocchi."

"You all could not have been more gracious and the food was delicious! Hope we cross paths again!"

We&rsquove spent the last 7+ weeks planning and dreaming up our return. We wanted to take some time to be thorough, creative and safe in our approach to reopening our restaurants in any capacity. Time away has given us new perspective and has allowed us to be intentional about what we want to offer and who we want to be (while still being us) when it was time to reopen. But the time has come: we&rsquore coming back.

Over the past week, we have been proud to collaborate with Cynthia Hogan to launch Quarantine Cuisine. Starting today, Wednesday, April 15, Quarantine Cuisine will deliver meals and groceries to individuals in mandatory or self-imposed quarantine due to confirmed exposure to COVID-19.

In the second week of our spring Beyond the Plate series, we are taking a look at Teton County Access to Justice Center, the recipient of this week&rsquos off-season fundraising effort. Access to Justice is a non-profit legal aid program that provides help to Jackson Hole community members struggling with civil legal matters.

Spring has sprung and, despite lingering snow storms, the birds are chirping and tufts of grass are beginning to find their way out of the deep snow piles. The arrival of spring means a lot of things, but to us it means the reammergance of off-season specials&hellip A time of year when those who like to dine out have a opportunity to give back to the community by dining out, buying one entrée and getting a second for $2. 100% of the money from the second entrée will be donated to a weekly featured non-profit organization.

When we think about the US Presidents and food, many automatically think of our first President, George Washington and apple pie. In fact, Washington&rsquos estate was known for hosting many guests and providing them with a wide variety of culinary options. As a result, the Mount Vernon Association has a long list of recipes online, showcasing cuisine Washington would serve to his guests.

&lsquoTis the season for holiday parties filled with friends, family, twinkling lights and, most importantly, food. Being in hospitality, around this time of year we are often asked what we bring to the holiday table when we&rsquore dining with friends and family. In honor of this, we&rsquove compiled a list of the who, the what and the why of which delicious dishes Fine Dining Restaurant Group leaders bring along during the holidays.

In the final edition of our Beyond the Plate miniblog series, we are rounding out the Fall 2018 off-season special beneficiary spotlight with Dancers&rsquo Workshop. This local nonprofit is a multifaceted organization that strives to enhance the community both through movement and education.

In the third edition of our Beyond the Plate series, we are showcasing Wyoming&rsquos community Radio station, 89.1 KHOL. KHOL has remained the only community radio station in Wyoming since they took to the airwaves in 2008. The content being broadcasted by local DJs can be accessed online and picked up from Victor, ID, all the way down to Alpine, WY.

This week in Beyond the Plate, we are excited to introduce Community Entry Services (CES). An incredible Jackson Hole non-profit, CES will be receiving the funds from our off-season fundraising effort from October 29 to November 4.

CES is a local non-profit that supports adults with disabilities and acquired brain injuries in Teton County. They provide a variety of lifelong services to 30 individuals, including affordable housing, daily living skills, vocational services, medication management, residential living skills, community integration and bill payment.

The changing of the seasons has brought another Jackson Hole &ldquooff season,&rdquo where we band together as a company to offer dining deals to guests, while also raising money for Jackson Hole area non-profits.

Get to know the non-profits who will be receiving funds from this fall&rsquos fundraising effort in a four-part blog series &ldquoBeyond the Plate.&rdquo

First up is the beneficiary of fundraising efforts from October 22 &ndash 28: Jackson Hole Juggernauts.

We are please to announce the introduction of Eat Well. Do Good., a movement where we join together to show when a community stands together, magical things begin to happen.

We have uncorked the bubbly to celebrate the opening of the newest addition to the Fine Dining family - Bar Enoteca.

For the third straight year, the Fine Dining Restaurant Group will be cooking at the historic James Beard House. The group previously partnered with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (and Spur Restaurant in 2015) in two dinners using Wyoming as the inspiration for the menu. This year, Fine Dining Restaurant Group attends the dinner as the sole architects behind the menu Gavin and team will keep true to their Wyoming roots while highlighting house-made creations from across the diverse group of restaurants.

The end of 2015 marked a new milestone - over $126,000 raised in five years of off-season specials at Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants!

In a special wine import project, Fine Dining Restaurant Group is now the sole importer of Don Cosimo wines. These Sicilian wines are sold in four varietals, including Nero d'Avola, Grillo, Catarratto and Sparkling Grillo, and are only available at Fine Dining restaurants in Jackson Hole.

We are pleased to share we've added a Café to the lineup of Fine Dining restaurants. Located in the space previously occupied by Terra Cafe, the new addition will provide a casual outlet for breakfast and lunch, serving largely Italian-inspired selections in a grab-and-go setting - all next door to Osteria in Hotel Terra.

Part-time professional snowboarder, part-time cattle rancher, Mark Carter and his brother RC embody the Wyoming lifestyle. Relying on sheer acreage and Mother Nature to harvest their beef, the Carter family has been raising cattle in Ten Sleep, Wyoming for four generations. Grass fed and grain finished, the Carters&rsquo product is some of the best beef in Wyoming and it&rsquos all being delivered to your plate in the most humane way possible.

We are pleased to announce that in Spring 2015, with the help of the Jackson Hole community, we were able to raise $15,964 in just two months! For more information on our bi-annual fundraising efforts, click Learn More.

Please join us in welcoming a new addition to the Fine Dining Restaurant Group family! Bodega, located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, is the destination's new stop for great food and beverages.

Happy Holidays! As the season ushers in, we welcome you into our restaurant homes to celebrate the sights, sounds and flavors of the season with us. Click below for a complete list of our restaurants' holiday hours.

Working in partnership with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort&rsquos chefs Wes Hamilton and Dave Erlanson, Fine Dining Restaurant Group chefs Roger Freedman, Joel Tate, Chad Horton and Co-Owner Gavin Fine presented a Jackson Hole-inspired seven-course menu at the famed James Beard House on October 2.

What's better than dining out, getting a great deal and supporting Jackson Hole non-profits at the same time? In our opinion. Nothing.

Click below to learn more about our upcoming dining deals and the fantastic organizations they support.

Food and travel go hand in hand, no matter your destination. There's rarely a better way (in our opinion) to experience a new city than by tasting your way through. New York City is no different. With thousands of eateries within reach, incredible food and drink is simply a step away.

Traveling to New York City? Try out a few of Gavin Fine's favorite destinations for dining out in New York City.

More than 16 million American children face hunger. This September, we are joining thousands of restaurants nationwide to support Share Our Strength&rsquos No Kid Hungry ® campaign by raising funds in our Jackson Hole and Park City restaurants.

The big news on the Jackson Hole food front this week is that the JH community will be showcasing culinary talents to the New York media and public this October 2nd at the historic James Beard House. Fine Dining Restaurant Group Executive Chef Roger Freedman and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Executive Chef Wes Hamilton have collaborated to create Jackson Hole: From the Range a carefully curated menu of ingredients sourced from our region along with wine and whiskey pairings.

We&rsquore excited to see these chefs in action in NYC, so in the mean time we sat down with them to find out what makes them tick.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) and Fine Dining Restaurant Group (FDRG) are proud to announce a partnership with the Jackson Hole community hosting Jackson Hole: From the Range, a day celebrating Jackson Hole&rsquos thriving culinary culture at New York City&rsquos celebrated James Beard House. Jackson Hole: From the Range brings the best in food and travel culture from the mountain mecca of Jackson Hole to the esteemed, invite-only Beard kitchen.

Led by Owners Gavin Fine and Roger Freedman, Fine Dining Restaurant Group presented $14,052.02 to worthy non-profits in a reception last Thursday at Bin22, leading to a total of over $79,000 raised through Jackson Hole restaurant off-season specials since Fall 2011.

We're excited to share Jackson Hole was named a Top 5 Foodie City by Wine Enthusiast. We're even MORE excited to share the article recommends Fine Dining restaurants The Kitchen and Il Villaggio Osteria! Click below to learn more.

In keeping with the Fine Dining Restaurant Group initiative of supporting the communities in which we work and call home, we are proud to support Park City non-profit organizations through offering 2 for 1s with a twist at Silver.

Spring off season specials begin in Jackson Hole on April 7 and will raise money to support nine non-profit organizations.

Thank you, Jackson Hole, for your support in making this possible!

Working closely with locally-based Snake River Roasting Co., we have released our own Signature Coffee Blend - now available at all Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants.

Thank you for your interest in purchasing a gift certificate. All gift certificates are able to be used at any Fine Dining Restaurant Group property. To purchase, please call 307-733-5010.

Stay up to date with what we're up to, what we're serving and what we're planning.


NYC Chef Gears Up for the Annual Chef’s Cycle Fundraiser - Recipes

"I'm going to write it: The Kitchen is the valley's best restaurant."

"Barbecue joints don't normally serve dishes like quinoa salad or housemade kimchi, but at the eclectic Q Roadhouse, they go perfectly with dishes like blackened catfish…and pulled pork that has been smoked in-house…The full bar and extensive wine list are the cherries on top."

"A robust new wine shop called Bin22…resembles a mini Eataly, with its mozzarella bar staffed by a cheesemonger. In addition, it sells small-batch booze from the new Wyoming Whiskey, the state's first legal distillery."

"Il Villaggio Osteria, owned by Gavin Fine of Q Roadhouse and Rendezvous Bistro fame…An illuminated wine cellar and streamlined tableware make it chic a wood-fired oven and a ceiling with rough-hewn wood beams offer a warm vibe. Order the sausage-stuffed olives and the house-made gnocchi."

"You all could not have been more gracious and the food was delicious! Hope we cross paths again!"

We&rsquove spent the last 7+ weeks planning and dreaming up our return. We wanted to take some time to be thorough, creative and safe in our approach to reopening our restaurants in any capacity. Time away has given us new perspective and has allowed us to be intentional about what we want to offer and who we want to be (while still being us) when it was time to reopen. But the time has come: we&rsquore coming back.

Over the past week, we have been proud to collaborate with Cynthia Hogan to launch Quarantine Cuisine. Starting today, Wednesday, April 15, Quarantine Cuisine will deliver meals and groceries to individuals in mandatory or self-imposed quarantine due to confirmed exposure to COVID-19.

In the second week of our spring Beyond the Plate series, we are taking a look at Teton County Access to Justice Center, the recipient of this week&rsquos off-season fundraising effort. Access to Justice is a non-profit legal aid program that provides help to Jackson Hole community members struggling with civil legal matters.

Spring has sprung and, despite lingering snow storms, the birds are chirping and tufts of grass are beginning to find their way out of the deep snow piles. The arrival of spring means a lot of things, but to us it means the reammergance of off-season specials&hellip A time of year when those who like to dine out have a opportunity to give back to the community by dining out, buying one entrée and getting a second for $2. 100% of the money from the second entrée will be donated to a weekly featured non-profit organization.

When we think about the US Presidents and food, many automatically think of our first President, George Washington and apple pie. In fact, Washington&rsquos estate was known for hosting many guests and providing them with a wide variety of culinary options. As a result, the Mount Vernon Association has a long list of recipes online, showcasing cuisine Washington would serve to his guests.

&lsquoTis the season for holiday parties filled with friends, family, twinkling lights and, most importantly, food. Being in hospitality, around this time of year we are often asked what we bring to the holiday table when we&rsquore dining with friends and family. In honor of this, we&rsquove compiled a list of the who, the what and the why of which delicious dishes Fine Dining Restaurant Group leaders bring along during the holidays.

In the final edition of our Beyond the Plate miniblog series, we are rounding out the Fall 2018 off-season special beneficiary spotlight with Dancers&rsquo Workshop. This local nonprofit is a multifaceted organization that strives to enhance the community both through movement and education.

In the third edition of our Beyond the Plate series, we are showcasing Wyoming&rsquos community Radio station, 89.1 KHOL. KHOL has remained the only community radio station in Wyoming since they took to the airwaves in 2008. The content being broadcasted by local DJs can be accessed online and picked up from Victor, ID, all the way down to Alpine, WY.

This week in Beyond the Plate, we are excited to introduce Community Entry Services (CES). An incredible Jackson Hole non-profit, CES will be receiving the funds from our off-season fundraising effort from October 29 to November 4.

CES is a local non-profit that supports adults with disabilities and acquired brain injuries in Teton County. They provide a variety of lifelong services to 30 individuals, including affordable housing, daily living skills, vocational services, medication management, residential living skills, community integration and bill payment.

The changing of the seasons has brought another Jackson Hole &ldquooff season,&rdquo where we band together as a company to offer dining deals to guests, while also raising money for Jackson Hole area non-profits.

Get to know the non-profits who will be receiving funds from this fall&rsquos fundraising effort in a four-part blog series &ldquoBeyond the Plate.&rdquo

First up is the beneficiary of fundraising efforts from October 22 &ndash 28: Jackson Hole Juggernauts.

We are please to announce the introduction of Eat Well. Do Good., a movement where we join together to show when a community stands together, magical things begin to happen.

We have uncorked the bubbly to celebrate the opening of the newest addition to the Fine Dining family - Bar Enoteca.

For the third straight year, the Fine Dining Restaurant Group will be cooking at the historic James Beard House. The group previously partnered with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (and Spur Restaurant in 2015) in two dinners using Wyoming as the inspiration for the menu. This year, Fine Dining Restaurant Group attends the dinner as the sole architects behind the menu Gavin and team will keep true to their Wyoming roots while highlighting house-made creations from across the diverse group of restaurants.

The end of 2015 marked a new milestone - over $126,000 raised in five years of off-season specials at Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants!

In a special wine import project, Fine Dining Restaurant Group is now the sole importer of Don Cosimo wines. These Sicilian wines are sold in four varietals, including Nero d'Avola, Grillo, Catarratto and Sparkling Grillo, and are only available at Fine Dining restaurants in Jackson Hole.

We are pleased to share we've added a Café to the lineup of Fine Dining restaurants. Located in the space previously occupied by Terra Cafe, the new addition will provide a casual outlet for breakfast and lunch, serving largely Italian-inspired selections in a grab-and-go setting - all next door to Osteria in Hotel Terra.

Part-time professional snowboarder, part-time cattle rancher, Mark Carter and his brother RC embody the Wyoming lifestyle. Relying on sheer acreage and Mother Nature to harvest their beef, the Carter family has been raising cattle in Ten Sleep, Wyoming for four generations. Grass fed and grain finished, the Carters&rsquo product is some of the best beef in Wyoming and it&rsquos all being delivered to your plate in the most humane way possible.

We are pleased to announce that in Spring 2015, with the help of the Jackson Hole community, we were able to raise $15,964 in just two months! For more information on our bi-annual fundraising efforts, click Learn More.

Please join us in welcoming a new addition to the Fine Dining Restaurant Group family! Bodega, located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, is the destination's new stop for great food and beverages.

Happy Holidays! As the season ushers in, we welcome you into our restaurant homes to celebrate the sights, sounds and flavors of the season with us. Click below for a complete list of our restaurants' holiday hours.

Working in partnership with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort&rsquos chefs Wes Hamilton and Dave Erlanson, Fine Dining Restaurant Group chefs Roger Freedman, Joel Tate, Chad Horton and Co-Owner Gavin Fine presented a Jackson Hole-inspired seven-course menu at the famed James Beard House on October 2.

What's better than dining out, getting a great deal and supporting Jackson Hole non-profits at the same time? In our opinion. Nothing.

Click below to learn more about our upcoming dining deals and the fantastic organizations they support.

Food and travel go hand in hand, no matter your destination. There's rarely a better way (in our opinion) to experience a new city than by tasting your way through. New York City is no different. With thousands of eateries within reach, incredible food and drink is simply a step away.

Traveling to New York City? Try out a few of Gavin Fine's favorite destinations for dining out in New York City.

More than 16 million American children face hunger. This September, we are joining thousands of restaurants nationwide to support Share Our Strength&rsquos No Kid Hungry ® campaign by raising funds in our Jackson Hole and Park City restaurants.

The big news on the Jackson Hole food front this week is that the JH community will be showcasing culinary talents to the New York media and public this October 2nd at the historic James Beard House. Fine Dining Restaurant Group Executive Chef Roger Freedman and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Executive Chef Wes Hamilton have collaborated to create Jackson Hole: From the Range a carefully curated menu of ingredients sourced from our region along with wine and whiskey pairings.

We&rsquore excited to see these chefs in action in NYC, so in the mean time we sat down with them to find out what makes them tick.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) and Fine Dining Restaurant Group (FDRG) are proud to announce a partnership with the Jackson Hole community hosting Jackson Hole: From the Range, a day celebrating Jackson Hole&rsquos thriving culinary culture at New York City&rsquos celebrated James Beard House. Jackson Hole: From the Range brings the best in food and travel culture from the mountain mecca of Jackson Hole to the esteemed, invite-only Beard kitchen.

Led by Owners Gavin Fine and Roger Freedman, Fine Dining Restaurant Group presented $14,052.02 to worthy non-profits in a reception last Thursday at Bin22, leading to a total of over $79,000 raised through Jackson Hole restaurant off-season specials since Fall 2011.

We're excited to share Jackson Hole was named a Top 5 Foodie City by Wine Enthusiast. We're even MORE excited to share the article recommends Fine Dining restaurants The Kitchen and Il Villaggio Osteria! Click below to learn more.

In keeping with the Fine Dining Restaurant Group initiative of supporting the communities in which we work and call home, we are proud to support Park City non-profit organizations through offering 2 for 1s with a twist at Silver.

Spring off season specials begin in Jackson Hole on April 7 and will raise money to support nine non-profit organizations.

Thank you, Jackson Hole, for your support in making this possible!

Working closely with locally-based Snake River Roasting Co., we have released our own Signature Coffee Blend - now available at all Jackson Hole Fine Dining restaurants.

Thank you for your interest in purchasing a gift certificate. All gift certificates are able to be used at any Fine Dining Restaurant Group property. To purchase, please call 307-733-5010.

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