As mentioned in New York Times’ Where to Eat and Drink in Jackson Hole in their March 5, 2006 article “Pizza, Not Elk Chops, on a Budget Ski Trip to Jackson, Wyoming
Itinerary: Jackson Hole 8:30 a.m. “Amble through town to The Bunnery (130 N. Cache St.; 307-733-5474), tops for breakfast and baked goods, including mini-Bundt-cake pumpkin muffins.”
This popular spot has indulged Jackson’s sweet cravings for many years. Tourists come in for an espresso and a sticky bun before heading off to Yellowstone National Park. The locals take a seat on the outdoor patio and enjoy some Very Berry Pie, but don’t bother asking how to make the delicious thick crust. It’s a well-guarded secret.
BEST OF THE HIGH COUNTRY: “This timey gem is where the locals go for breakfast, lunch or a slice of the famous Very Berry pie. It’s also a favorite stop of tourists, who load up on muffins, scones and buttermilk pecan coffee cake before heading out for a day of adventure.”
Click here to link to Food Network video feature on The Bunnery