Country Living's Across America - Asks MADE owner for Jackson Hot Spots

Don't Miss This Wyoming Bakery For Amazing Scones, Wall Art, and More

This Jackson Hole eatery serves up the tastiest dishes, both savory and sweet—plus, the wooden spoon display couldn't be cooler!

By Catherine Strawn

 

In-the-Know Local: John Frechette, founder and owner of MADE, a shop in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, that's filled with items handmade by U.S. artisans 

 

 
Persephone Bakery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming
 
 
Must-See Wyoming Spot: Persephone Bakery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

  

Why Visit: "Just a couple blocks away from Jackson Hole's historic town square, Persephone is a small, French-inspired bakery and coffee shop with petite white tables and a graphic wall decorated with wooden kitchen spoons," explains Frechette. "Behind the glass countertop are mounds of yum. Favorites include the black pepper and Cheddar scone and the kouign-amann: layers and layers of croissant dough with caramelized sugar. But don't let yourself stop at thepastries! There's also a mean chicken salad, and the Brussels sprout hash is a must." 

 

 

Persephone Bakery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming
 
 
If You Go: "Before or after your indulgence, make sure to take the two-block walk across the town square to Valley Bookstore. Tucked in a little alleyway called Gaslight Alley, this quaint little bookstore has a heart of gold." 
 
 
Persephone Bakery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming
 

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