Sun, 4/16/17 - Sat, 5/6/17
Jackson, Wyo. — Construction for the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s restaurant Palate is moving along well. The restaurant is currently closed for redesign, and will open in May.
“We cannot wait to open the doors in just four months—well, we aren’t really going to have doors. You will be able to have lunch around the totem pole,” says Christine Mara Swain, Owner and Catering Director of Palate. “Stay tuned for information on the soft opening. If people want to be on the wait list for that, they can contact me.”
Palate has catered many successful events at the Museum in Johnston Hall, Members’ Lounge, and Wapiti Gallery. During warmer months, all of the beautiful outdoor spaces including the Terrace and the Amphitheater will be available as well. Palate creates charcuterie boards and creative, exotic dishes, with a focus on artistic presentation to complement the culinary experience.
The National Museum of Wildlife Art continues to offer a wide range of fully functional venues, with catering services available for corporate and private events, weddings and meetings throughout the closure of the restaurant.
Contact: Wendy Merrick, Events Manager
Soft Opening Wait List:
Christine Mara Swain, Owner and Catering Director of Palate
Starting Monday, May 1, Palate will be open daily, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.