chicken breast, black beans, jack, cheddar, avocado, corn, tomato, bbq &, peppercorn ranch, tortilla strips - petite
romaine, romano, house-made garlic croutons add grilled or blackened chicken breast - petite
Add Chopped Chicken Breast$2.00
Soups & Chili
made from scratch daily
secret spices, cheddar, hand cut tortilla strips
House -made Chili
made from scratch and served with cheddar cheese, tomatoes, minced onions and sour cream
Sub Laura Chenel Goat Cheese For Sour Cream$1.00
ask your server for details
all sandwiches & burgers come with your choice of coleslaw, sweet corn salad or french fries. make them cajun fries with chipotle ranch for .95 & add a wedge, caesar, baby greens salad or a cup of soup for 2.95
Growing up, Chris and his family would vacation in the breathtaking mountains of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Whether it was skiing in the winter or fishing in the summer, Chris will tell you that even today it is the place he goes when he wants to get away and relax. When you are in any one of the Lazy Dog Café restaurants, you will see how Chris has tried to capture and recreate the feeling he gets when in Jackson Hole. He wants you to feel like you are walking into a place that is the perfect balance of warm and comfortable, yet full of excitement and positive energy. For Chris, the lodge represents vacations with family and friends. Jackson Hole is a small town with a true sense of hospitality. Get your car stuck in the snow, and the next person who passes by will stop to help. Most likely, they’ll even know your name.
Where did the Lazy Dog Café name come from? One snowy afternoon, walking back into the lodge after a long morning on the slopes, Chris noticed a dog lying by the toasty fireplace. Commenting to his buddies on how much he loved his time hanging out there, he told them he wished everyone could enjoy life as much as that “lazy dog’ by the fire.