America's 5 New Foodie Cities

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Jackson Hole, Wyoming

A crisp wonton topped with tuna tartare, wasabi aioli, scallion and tobiko at The Kitchen, photo by Kendra Alessandro

Jackson Hole’s restaurant scene—enlivened by locally sourced wild game like bison and boar—has become so rich, you might be tempted to skip the slopes altogether. Local serves contemporary comfort food, mountain-style, like coffee-rubbed elk in huckleberry sauce and housemade charcuterie. The Kitchen introduces a crudo bar and Asian flair, while Il Villaggio Osteria has the state’s best Italian fare, with wines to match.

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