And of course, we do coffee, in every form imaginable. As kindred addicts, we take our caffeine seriously. We offer a custom organic blend from Jackson’s own Snake River Roasters (on drip and for sale). We do pour overs, and we host a rotating roster of guest roasters—the best of the U.S. from the likes of Intelligentsia, MadCap and Four Barrel. We brew organic teas from Bellocq. And for summer, we blend frozen coffee drinks.
Less hectic than its downtown sibling, our everyday Picnic offers the best of Persephone—tasty treats, fresh fare, stylish ambiance and outdoor seating—with fewer lines and easier grab-and-go options. Opened in 2015, Picnic has won over Jackson locals, who voted it best new restaurant, best lunch spot and best baked goods.
Every element of Picnic pays tribute to only-in-Jackson Hole moments. We channel the spirit of this place, its invitation to be more relaxed yet attentive, joyful and grateful. To be present in place, to be aware of pattern, texture, color, contour. The café design, artfully done by local firm E/YE Design, draws on the layered lives we live outside: the worn leather of saddles; the faded denim of the JH uniform; the splintered beauty of fallen timber. Nature transposed indoors; an interior transporting us to memories outdoors.
Picnic: a noun, a state of mind, and now, a café.