Wyoming July 04, 2017
This Wyoming Bakery Is Hands-Down One Of the Best Breakfast Spots In the Country
Whether you prefer big breakfasts or just need a great cup of coffee and a roll to get you going in the morning, it’s important to know where you can find the goods.
Taking a look at outstanding breakfast spots across the country, the Bunnery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming was singled out as one of the best in the country. If you’ve ever had the pleasure of breaking your fast at this delightful little bakery, you know it’s well-deserved.
The Bunnery Bakery & Restaurant, 130 N. Cache, Jackson Hole, Wyoming 83001
The Bunnery sits just off the main square in Jackson Hole, where it opened in 1975 inside a quaint log cabin that used to be a blacksmith's shop.
The Bunnery is a bakery first, and you'll find an endless selection of delectable baked goods there any time of day.
But, remember, the bake shop is a restaurant, too, with a full temping breakfast menu that's served mostly until 11 a.m., though the egg dishes are available all day.
When the weather is good, you can enjoy your breakfast on the deck in front of the bakery.
Start things off with a satisfying cup of coffee - and buy a mug to take home.
Then, start building your breakfast. Peruse the freshly baked goods and choose to pair your coffee with croissants, turnovers, or scones. Order extra to take with you!
Alternatively, you can order off the menu. All of the traditional breakfast fare is available, including pancakes almost as big as the plates...
...a selection of different types of egg dishes such as omelettes, scrambles, and huevos rancheros...
No one can beat the Bunnery's Belgian waffles.
And the French toast is as delicious as it looks.
Of course there is always the good old standby, but served with your choice of sides like fruit and brown sugar, even oatmeal is something special at the Bunnery.
The bakery also has its own house blend of granola, which you can order parfait-style, layered with Greek yogurt.
Plus, you can buy packages of the Bunnery's granola and pancake and waffle mixes so you can make tasty breakfasts at home.
You can even order from the Bunnery off Amazon.com, if you don't happen to be in the area.
Where do you like to go for breakfast in Wyoming?
Address: 130 N. Cache, Jackson Hole, Wyoming 83001