Saturday afternoon, after we had picked up Erin from her week at Teton Science School, we hit the visitor center at nearby Teton National Park, in particular the gift shop ( ). A couple hundred dollars later, it was near lunch, so we hit Dornan’s. The concept is order at a counter, then they deliver. You pick up your drinks from a bar.
Raegan got a cobb salad and like it; it was a lot of salad, so I had some also, it was good. The kids and I got pizza. Erin got a cheese kids pizza (7″, I think), Ian got a 12″ sausage, and I got a 12″ sausage, canadian bacon, and pepperoni. Surprisingly, these were very good pizzas. They were thin crust, and were built on side in real time. The crust was crunchy and the ingredients were very good. The only thing I didn’t like was the addition of some kind of seed/spice that I don’t like the flavor of (I know that sounds kind of vague, but I don’t know what the thing is, I just know what it tastes like). There wasn’t much of the stuff, just a hint of it. Regardless, I ate all the pizza.
This was the view out of the dining room:
The tea was a concentrate, but not totally horrible. The Coke Ian got was pretty good. We got three cookies, pretty standard. Our check was $60.73. Way expensive for pizza for three and a salad, even pretty good pizza, but location matters (per the photo), and the Dornan operation is competition-free, so it’s sort of understandable.