No trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming will be truly experienced to the fullest without stopping at Nora’s Fish Creek Inn in Wilson, Wyoming. Wilson is a small town just outside Jackson Hole on Highway 22 (Teton Pass Highway) and is a great stop on your way to Teton Village or the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve just inside the Grand Teton National Park entrance on the Wilson side of Moose-Wilson Rd.
Nora’s Fish Creek Inn is a favorite among locals and tourists, alike, so this place is almost always packed. And for good reason. It’s great! Our hands-down favorite is their Huevos Rancheros, and that’s saying something since we’re from the Tex-Mex capital (AKA Texas). The Nora’s web site even lists this dish as the “World Famous Huevos Rancheros.” Since we’re gluten-free, we ordered it with corn tortillas and it was excellent.
In addition to the fabulous food to be had at Nora’s Fish Creek Inn, you can also gaze at the wonderful photography that graces the log walls of the restaurant. Our favorite was the portrait of a grizzly bear by local Wilson, Wyoming photographer, Susan Gibler Drew (see featured photo). With our minds and our taste-buds firmly planted on our plates of delicious food, we forgot to take a photo of our table…so we are gracing you, our reader, with this grizzly’s portrait. Susan Gibler Drew’s photography is for sale at the restaurant.
Our advice is, the next time you’re in the Jackson Hole area, head on over to Nora’s Fish Creek Inn for breakfast and then go on into the Grand Teton National Park entrance on Moose-Wilson Rd. Speaking of Moose-Wilson Rd., keep your eyes peeled for black bears, which can be frequently seen eating berries alongside the road.
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