While visiting Jackson Hole, we choose to dine at The Kitchen last evening. This restaurant is small inside and has an outdoor seating area. I like the intimate ambiance inside. Sam our waiter was engaging and provided great service. The manager jumped in and helped clear dishes and talked to us informing us of their other properties when we said how much we enjoyed our food. We got there right before happy hour was ending so we took advantage of this and ordered two appetizers, the hamachi ceviche and the buffalo flank steak both $10. I also had the special gin cocktail $6. The ceviche was chopped yellowtail on crispy chips. I never had ceviche served this way. It was good but a very small portion. The buffalo was served medium rare and cooked perfectly and tasted even better. This was a decent portion. It was served on some sprouts, scallions and carrots. We then ordered off the regular menu after our happy hour specials. I had the watermelon salad with feta and tomato and my husband had the tomato salad, both fresh and bright. My husband had the duck breast with snap peas & mushrooms and a scallion crepe. The duck was perfectly cooked and tasted like a steak, not greasy at all like duck can be. I had the tuna sashimi, which were five tiny pieces of tuna wrapped around chopped tuna and topped with scallions and a ponzu sauce. These were very good and fresh, but a very small portion. We ended our meal sharing the potato chip pie. This was amazing! An oatmeal crust with a butter and brown sugar filling with potato chips. A very unusual creation and delicious. I would definitely recommend The Kitchen. I had a wonderful dining experience.