Mandarin German Spanish
Skip to Primary Navigation Skip to Primary Content Skip to Footer Navigation
 

The Greater Yellowstone Area is the only remaining large biologically intact temperate ecosystem in North America, comparable in size and diversity to Africa’s Serengeti!Learn More

Restaurants, Cafes and Bars

Enjoy an iconic root beer float, sample a delectable huckleberry milkshake, explore freshly-sourced farmers market finds, or chow down on tasty lamb and elk burgers in the Yellowstone Teton Territory. Eastern Idaho's dining scene is robust and diverse, and the eats are as delicious as the landscape. Idaho Falls is home to nearly 200 restaurants. The farm-to-fork scene is expanding rapidly in Teton Valley, as small producers work with restaurants to create locally-sourced menus. Ashton is home to one of the country's most famous root beer floats at the Frostop Drive-In. Rexburg is home to BYU-Idaho and jam-packed with the affordable and diverse dining selections found in college towns. After a day skiing or exploring the trails, outdoor lovers can indulge in a heaping platter of Wydaho Nachos at Grand Targhee Resort's Trap Bar and Grill. And, of course, a Yellowstone Teton Territory visit would not be complete without a square scoop of ice cream from Swan Valley's Rainey Creek Country Store. With hundreds of restaurants to explore, culinary-minded travelers will love sampling the region's flavors.

Trails Inn Restaurant

  • 213 Main St., Ashton
  • American Casual
  • 208-652-9918

Typhoons Teriyaki Grill

  • 2035 Hitt Rd., Ammon
  • Asian
  • 208-529-2695

Warbirds Café

  • Hanger 4-3 Airport Rd., Driggs
  • American Casual
  • 208-354-2550

Westbank Restaurant & Lounge

  • 475 River Pkwy, Idaho Falls
  • American Casual, Brew Pub | Bar
  • 208-523-8000

Yummys

  • 480 Park Ave, Idaho Falls
  • Fast Food
  • 208-529-9804