Although the food is a little pricier than Pica's, it's worth it. Plus, you can customize your spiciness on each dish. So, not only can you impress him/her with your taste in restaurants, but also with how much you can sweat while eating. Sadly, the days of BYOB are over- so you'll have to kick down for the booze. Try Teton Thai in either Driggs or out at Teton Village by the Ranch Lot.

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Things are hopefully going well with said lady you met on the tram and took to Pica’s. But, what’s next? You’re still a ski bum and you’re new friend will only be impressed with enchiladas and burritos for so long. Looking to step up your game a bit without taking out a loan? Head to Teton Thai.

Although the food is a little pricier than Pica’s, it’s worth it. Plus, you can customize your spiciness on each dish. So, not only can you impress him/her with your taste in restaurants, but also with how much you can sweat while eating. Sadly, the days of BYOB are over- so you’ll have to kick down for the booze. Try Teton Thai in either Driggs or out at Teton Village by the Ranch Lot.