Fifty-one years and going strong
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Check out the excerpt below from an article from Jackson Hole News & Guide:
Calico marks 50 years of feeding Jackson
Former Mormon church building has become a valley landmark.
When a young ski bum named Tom Jewell bought an old Mormon church for $600 in 1966 and transplanted it to 2560 Moose-Wilson Road, no one would have believed that 50 years later it would still be a pillar in the Jackson Hole community — especially not as a pizza restaurant. Nevertheless, Calico Restaurant remains, thanks in large part to the sense of community it fostered. This weekend the restaurant will host its 50th anniversary celebration. On Saturday Calico will be open to the public with a tweaked menu and live music from Uncle Stack and the Attack. Sunday will see a private brunch for 100 to 120 invited “old-timers and past and present employees” — such as Libbe Burchfield and John Callahan, who have worked at the Calico for 30 years. Read full article »