We loved Trapper's. Its casual and we ended up eating breakfast, lunch, and dinner here. Diverse menu with a nice view of Tetons.
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Food was very good as was the service but the view is to die for. We enjoyed sunset on Signal Lake while dining and it was spectacular.
Went for breakfast. I think it was the first day or 2 of being open for the season. Service was slow, but not for the waitress. The cooks must have been overwhelmed. Breakfast was good and plentiful. The view is great. Coffee was good. Also...More
The Trapper Grill at Signal Mountain Lodge has a wonderful outdoor dining deck, which is a nice option if it's not too windy. The inside dining area has huge windows to allow amazing views of the lake. The servings were generous is a good place...More
We've eaten breakfast and lunch here a couple of times. Quality food for decent prices in a national park. Expect to pay, but it's not unreasonable. We haven't had a bad meal among many selections, and they serve plenty. You won't leave hungry. The best...More
posted under the bar, should be here for the Grill. For whatever reason we kept ending up here for lunch. As we criss crossed the park for the week we dined on 3 occasions. Food and drink was always very good! The view of Signal...More
We had breakfast and lunch here and we loved both meals. The breakfast skillets and omelets were great. The Mountain Man omelet was large enough to get you through to dinner. The Idaho Trout Skillet was to die for. Great coffee. For lunch the Chipotle...More
We had great food and good service. The 1/2 nachos were HUGE. Everything we ordered was good. Service was a bit slow at times. The views from the restaurant were amazing.
With it's lovely outside dining overlooking the Snake River, Trapper Grill was our choice for a casual dinner after a day of hiking. Our server, warned us that the portions were huge and we ordered with this in mind. However, she was totally on the...More
Thank you for posting this lovely review on our Trapper Grill Restaurant located at Signal Mountain Lodge! I just wanted to clarify, for the review readers, that we are located on the shore of Jackson Lake, so the view from our restaurant is of Jackson...More
Sometimes food in the national parks is hit-and-miss - prices can be high, quality can be low. In this case, the prices were perhaps higher than what you would normally pay for comparable meals, but the food was really good. We stayed at Signal Mountain...More