welcome to streetfood @ the stagecoach!
Who we are
The first restaurant from Marcos Hernandez and Amelia Hatchard, StreetFood @ the Stagecoach, has brought a global cantina to the Wilson/Jackson Hole community.
Born and raised in Leon, Marcos grew up cooking side by side with his talented mother; a professional cook who not only fed her 11 children each day, but also ran kitchens in factories and still sells Menudo on the streets of Leon every weekend. Mexican food is his passion and he has perfected it. Much like his wife Amelia, however, he loves food of all kinds.
Amelia grew up in a large family with the love of all things food related. At just 15 years of age, she started working in kitchens on Martha’s Vineyard where she trained under Chefs Ed Gannon and Jackson Kenworth. At 18, after returning from pastry training at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, she was hired by Kenworth to run her own pastry kitchen at the Sweet Life Café. After a semester at New England Culinary, Amelia traveled to Jackson for an internship and within three weeks had accepted a full time position with the Four Seasons. She stayed for 8-1/2 years before seizing the opportunity for she and Marcos to fulfill their long held dream of opening a place of their own.
Why Street food?
To us, street food is the embodiment of good food with little fuss. By definition, street food is the traditional/local food of each of the countries of origin. It is what the locals eat everyday and what the tourists look for when given the opportunity. In StreetFood @ the Stagecoach, we have incorporated all of our favorite foods and making everything fresh is very important to us. We are proud to join the talented restaurant community of Jackson, bringing great food that can't be found other places