An Iconic Wilson Landmark
Nora's Fish Creek Inn opened its doors in 1982 and was an instant favorite among locals and visitors, who lined up for the famous Huevos Rancheros and plate-sized pancakes.
Founded by Nora and Marvin Tygum, Nora's, as it is affectionately called, was subsequently opened and operated by Kathryn Taylor, Nora's daughter. When she announced that the local favorite would be closing its doors, Jackson businessmen Tom Fay and Eddie Opler purchased the landmark, and, with General Manager Delaney McGinnis, Chef Jesse Rezin and Dinner/Bar Manager Ryan Knaeble, have created inspired new menu items, added dinner service seven days a week and have established an exciting bar program. Nora's has been voted the Best Breakfast in the "Best of JH" for several years, received a James Beard Award in 2012, and was also featured on Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives with Guy Fieri in 2014.
A Home Away
Most know Jackson Hole for its breathtaking views, preserved national parks, and many tourism attractions. Over the years as Jackson has grown and expanded many changes have come along, altering the local culture. Nora's is a place where people can gather to remember a simpler time in Jackson, a safe haven which takes pride in it's own preservation and simplicity. We love knowing that some people will drive across many states just to visit us for a breakfast they fondly recall from so many years ago. We are a family for some and a home for many, and we love carrying our tradition of homemade dishes and continued community through this ever-changing place we live in!