We are excited to have you dine with us at the Gun Barrel Steak & Game House! A few things to know before you visit.
- Reservations are highly recommended, but we will seat some walk-in’s throughout the night.
- We have some incredible scenery and animal mounts in the restaurant. Please enjoy them, but do not touch them. We would like to preserve them for future guests to enjoy!
- While we do have a large patio for waiting in the summer, space is limited inside the building for waiting areas. Please arrive close to your reservation time.
- We have a small service bar area reserved only for walk-in guests who would like to eat dinner. If you have a long wait, our hostesses are happy to get you a cocktail!
- If you are running late, please call us and we will do our best to accommodate your schedule. If you are 15 minutes or later for your reservation, we reserve the right to give your table away.
- To allow us to accommodate guests in a timely manner, we kindly ask that you stick to the following seating times:
- 1-4 guests: 1 hour and 30 minutes
- 5-6 guests: 1 hour and 45 minutes
- 7 or more guests: 2 hours
Thank you. We look forward to seeing you at the Gun Barrel Steak & Game House!
The Gun Barrel Steak & Game House, which is locally owned and operated, opened in 1993 in what had formerly been the Wyoming Wildlife Museum & Taxidermy. The Gun Barrel Steak & Game House name was taken from the small east Texas town of Gun Barrel City. The original 1950’s hand-painted town sign was given to us by the town.
Many of the museums full mount game trophies, which were taken from around Jackson Hole, can still be seen – some even in front of their original painted dioramas. In addition to these indigenous animals, there are numerous others from around the world, many of which were collected by us.
Most of the antique cowboy artifacts also come from Wyoming and many have historical significance; Hank William’s 1800’s buffalo coat that he wore on the Lone Wolf album; two Harrison Crandall colorized photographs taken in Grand Teton National Park in the forties; and eight original Edward Curtis portrait photogravures of American Indians taken circa 1890. Our largest gun is an .82 caliber rampart gun from India forged in the 1700’s.
The original museum structure was completely refurbished with lodgepole pine. The logs were hand-peeled in our parking lot using draw knives to remove the bark (notice the cut marks) and the milling was the subject of a Carhartt catalog shoot. The detail logs around the front entrance and bar were removed from Shadow Mt. north of town. We also set the old bugling royal elk which was outside the old museum, atop the building and now it is a Jackson landmark. The mural on our west wall outside is a re-creation of Bierstadt’s Buffalo Hunt.
Almost all of the fixtures in The Gun Barrel Steak & Game House were designed for the steakhouse, including ironwork, lighting fixtures, tables, and mesquite grill. The Gun Barrel has recently been the site of a Browning catalog shoot and an NRA video on game preparation.
We’re continually enhancing our atmosphere to guarantee an excellent Jackson dining experience. Please make yourself at home and explore our restaurant; if you have any questions please ask. If you have any suggestions, please tell us. We hope you enjoy your visit!
Mark H. Walker, Proprietor
Location & Hours
Open nightly at 5:00 pm
The Gun Barrel Steak & Game House is located off Broadway, in the Grand Teton Plaza. Our address is 862 W. Broadway, look for the bugling Elk. Call us anytime to make a reservation 307.733.3287.
Coming south from Yellowstone/Grand Teton National Parks: Take Highway 26 south to the Jackson town square and take a right onto Broadway and head west 1.1 miles, you will see the Gun Barrel and the bugling elk in the Grand Teton Plaza on the left.
Coming north from Alpine/Hoback Junction/Salt Lake: Take Highway 26 north into Jackson and continue on Broadway through five stop lights. The Gun Barrel is on the right after Scott Lane.
Coming east over Teton Pass from Idaho/Salt Lake: Take Highway 22 to the Junction with Broadway/Hwy 26 and turn left onto Broadway heading east toward Jackson town square. Turn right into the Grand Teton Plaza just after Scott Lane.