The restaurant is currently closed and will reopen with a new look on May 1st!
DINING THAT MATCHES THE VIEWS
Jackson, Wyo. —The National Museum of Wildlife Art is pleased to announce Palate as its new restaurant and event caterer. The current restaurant will close November 1, 2016, and will reopen as Palate in May 2017. Starting November 1, Palate will redesign the restaurant, and serve as caterer throughout the seven-month closure for all special events at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Johnston Hall, Members’ Lounge, Wapiti Gallery, and also all of the beautiful outdoor spaces including the Terrace and the Amphitheater, during warmer months.
“I am pleased to announce our new restaurateurs, Graeme and Christine Mara Swain, owners of Gather Restaurant in Jackson,” says Steve Seamons, Museum Director. “Their great reputation, focus on culinary and service excellence, was of great interest to us as we explored a new vision for our restaurant. Their success at Gather convinced our team that they are the right choice to move us forward in the dining world of Jackson.”
“The Museum is such a great destination,” says Graeme Swain. “We are thrilled to have this opportunity to work with the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Our goal is to create an experience where the food, the view, and the art all come together to create a one-of-a-kind dining experience.”
Majestically set on East Gros Ventre Butte, the Museum overlooks the National Elk Refuge and is just two miles from the entrance to Grand Teton National Park. The National Museum of Wildlife Art will continue to offer a wide range of fully functional venues, with catering services available for corporate and private events, weddings and meetings throughout the closure of the restaurant. Contact: Wendy Merrick, Events Manager 307-732-5418, mailto:email@example.com