anyone have suggestions for dining there? I had no idea how pricey this area was going to be. I will be the only Paleo person of 5, I can pack lunch and boil eggs etc for breakfast lunch but what about dinner? Anyone live there or near it? THanks, Theresa
** even though my vacation wasnt as relaxing as it could have been, I planned and cooked all meals but a few so that I could eat my way. i was able to explain by eating a little during some meals and even lost a few pounds on my vacation. If I would have slept properly i would have probably lost more but I swear we stayed in a nice place when in jackson hole but the walls must have been made of paper mache! while in yellowstone it was very quite but i was just too wound up but the views of each place were magnificent!
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on April 20, 2011
at 07:33 PM
Will you be camping, or dining out? If the latter, there are lots of places that serve good steak, including some bars and lower-end places. If you're going out the west end of Yellowstone, check out Buck's T-4 near Big Sky on the way to Bozeman.
on April 22, 2011
at 12:04 AM
We spent 2 weeks camping in the Yellowstone/Teton area last summer. We only ate dinner out twice, and I had bunless bison burgers both times. The Yellowstone grocery had plenty of paleo stuff and there is a Whole Foods type of store in Jackson WY were we scored even better groceries.
You should be safe from the grizzlys, they went after the donuts left out on a picnic table in the campsite next to us. Just kidding --- grizzly's are a big deal and really scary when camping with little kids.