Guidebook for Driggs

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Guidebook for Driggs

Food Scene

Fantastic Thai and Sushi in a cool environment.
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Teton Thai
18 N Main St
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Fantastic Thai and Sushi in a cool environment.
Best breakfast around! Owner operated with friendly staff.
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Big Hole Bagel & Bistro
285 N Main St
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Best breakfast around! Owner operated with friendly staff.
Great family environment. Pizza, sandwiches, salads etc. Can order food to go or for delivery.
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TJ's Grill and Pizzeria
165 N Main St
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Great family environment. Pizza, sandwiches, salads etc. Can order food to go or for delivery.

Everything Else

For such a small town, you'll be blown away by this grocery store. There's not much you wont find here.
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Broulim's
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For such a small town, you'll be blown away by this grocery store. There's not much you wont find here.

Drinks & Nightlife

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Chill Bar/Restaurant environment. Multiple TV's, good food, full bar.
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O'Rourkes Fine Food & Beer
42 E Little Ave
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Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Chill Bar/Restaurant environment. Multiple TV's, good food, full bar.

Sightseeing

Visit the free museum while dining at Warbirds Cafe. The museum boasts fully restored vintage airplanes. The Cafe is a fantastic place to dine on a clear day as it is located facing the Tetons and right next to the runway.
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Warbirds Cafe
253 Airport Road
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Visit the free museum while dining at Warbirds Cafe. The museum boasts fully restored vintage airplanes. The Cafe is a fantastic place to dine on a clear day as it is located facing the Tetons and right next to the runway.

Arts & Culture

The worlds first Geotourism Center is in Driggs, ID! You will discover at the TGC how to make the most of your visit and to “See it like a Local.” They are a great resource for planning your trip, booking activities and directing you to local businesses and restaurants. Through an interactive exhibit gallery you will be introduced to the area through captivating wall-sized murals painted by local artists and audio-visual and interpretive displays.
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Teton Geotourism Center
60 S Main St
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The worlds first Geotourism Center is in Driggs, ID! You will discover at the TGC how to make the most of your visit and to “See it like a Local.” They are a great resource for planning your trip, booking activities and directing you to local businesses and restaurants. Through an interactive exhibit gallery you will be introduced to the area through captivating wall-sized murals painted by local artists and audio-visual and interpretive displays.

Parks & Nature

The Park is 37 miles from Driggs. You will then be driving the incredible Teton Pass and drop down into the Jackson Valley with Jackson Hole, Wyoming and on to Grand Teton National Park. At nearly 10 million years young, the Tetons are the newest mountains in the Rockies. In fact, they continue to grow today at a pace of about an inch every hundred years. Be sure to visit the Jenny Lake area taking the one way drive and enjoy a scenic boat cruise over Jenny Lake and then a half mile hike to Hidden Falls. Take a horseback ride at Colter Bay and stop by the Visitor Center & Indian Arts Museum. Among these items there are many self-guided trails around the park as well as hiking and mountaineering. Always watch for wildlife as Grand Teton National Park is home to moose, bison, elk, mule deer, pronghorn, black and grizzly bears and a host of other animals and birds. Stop in at the Teton Geotoruism Center in Driggs for an hands on experience of the Grand Teton Scenic Byway.
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Grand Teton
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The Park is 37 miles from Driggs. You will then be driving the incredible Teton Pass and drop down into the Jackson Valley with Jackson Hole, Wyoming and on to Grand Teton National Park. At nearly 10 million years young, the Tetons are the newest mountains in the Rockies. In fact, they continue to grow today at a pace of about an inch every hundred years. Be sure to visit the Jenny Lake area taking the one way drive and enjoy a scenic boat cruise over Jenny Lake and then a half mile hike to Hidden Falls. Take a horseback ride at Colter Bay and stop by the Visitor Center & Indian Arts Museum. Among these items there are many self-guided trails around the park as well as hiking and mountaineering. Always watch for wildlife as Grand Teton National Park is home to moose, bison, elk, mule deer, pronghorn, black and grizzly bears and a host of other animals and birds. Stop in at the Teton Geotoruism Center in Driggs for an hands on experience of the Grand Teton Scenic Byway.
The first National Park is located 95 miles from Driggs. This is the West Yellowstone Entrance. Yellowstone features dramatic canyons, alpine rivers, lush forests, hot springs and gushing geysers, including its most famous, Old Faithful. It's also home to hundreds of animal species, including bears, wolves, bison, elk and antelope.
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Yellowstone-Nationalpark
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The first National Park is located 95 miles from Driggs. This is the West Yellowstone Entrance. Yellowstone features dramatic canyons, alpine rivers, lush forests, hot springs and gushing geysers, including its most famous, Old Faithful. It's also home to hundreds of animal species, including bears, wolves, bison, elk and antelope.