Bin22

Bin22 Jackson Wyoming 83002

Equal parts restaurant, bar, wine shop, and specialty grocer, Bin22 is a multi-faceted culinary space that brings Spanish-inspired flavors served tapas-style to Jackson Hole. Enjoy a glass of wine recommended by their expert wait staff, or grab any bottle from the shop to drink with dinner. There is no corkage fee on wine from the shop, making Bin22 one of the most affordable fine dining options in town. If you’re hungry, be sure to try a local favorite like the Wild-Mushroom Mozzarella, Spanish Salad, or Charred Octopus. We also recommend saving room for dessert so you can try a delightful, house-made Cream+Sugar ice cream cookie sandwich

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  • Sara M   Sep 04, 2021

    Really good food, we had salmon, paella, shrimp, bravado, and octopus. It was all good. Only problem I think was that their portion was pretty small for the price. For tapas, the price was a bit high. We went during happy hour so 50% off drinks made up for it.

  • Jennifer K   Jun 08, 2022

    A small, but cool and relaxing tapas bar that's part of a wine and cheese shop. Great, friendly service, hip atmosphere, and a varied but not overwhelming menu. Try the pesto house-pulled mozzarella. If we ever return to Jackson, we'll be back!

  • Alyssa Pelloni   Jun 27, 2022

    Hate to be a Debbie downer but I honestly wasn’t impressed. We got the Mozzarella & pesto app. Mozzarella was rather dry & stiff for fresh mozzarella, but the pesto was super yummy. Patatas Bravas was fine - fried potatoes with a salsa sauce at the bottom & a aoli drizzled on top. Not sure what I expected here but the flavors didn’t wow me. The Pork belly sliders was also fine. Buns were nice but the pork belly was very fatty which is normal, but typically pork belly is cooked so the fat is crispy similar to the fat part of bacon. This was just a hunk of fat that had to be pulled off & you’ve got half a sandwich. The octopus was super tender but the artichoke & Lima beans really missed the mark for me. I was expecting mango chutney or something to compliment the octopus . The whole dish just fell flat. Not sure if this was an off night or what, but the flavors didn’t compliment one another & just seemed rather mediocre. My servers were friendly & I’m not sure if they share tables or not as I had multiple people attend to us. Overall I really wanted to love this small tapas space, but when you can spend $100 anywhere a space has to stand out among the crowd & this just didn’t.

  • Anthony Crisologo   Feb 06, 2022

    This is a really special place. If you are luckily enough to get a seat here you will not be disappointed. Their wine selection, is world class, just ask the server for a recommendation. I tried the octopus, which was tender and delicious. But the highlight was the Brie , it was culinary genius. Simple yet elegant. First come first serve, have a drink while you wait, it will be worth it.

  • Tony Phan   Sep 11, 2022

    Went with a group of 3. You can get the wine next door without a corking fee. Portion sizes are in line with tapas. It's more on the higher price point, but good atmosphere. I thought the potatoes were pretty good.

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