Wyoming Restaurants

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Wyoming Restaurants

  • Old Faithful Inn

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Yellowstone National Park Restaurants

    The Restaurant in Old Faithful Inn is open from mid May to mid October, and is located in the impressive, historic log hotel. The lobby in this inn is 85 feet high, with a huge stone fireplace, and a series of balconies. The restaurant is off of this grand log lobby, and has a rustic ambience. The menu is varied, with mouth watering descriptions of...

  • Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel

    4 out of 5 stars

    Yellowstone National Park Restaurants

    Mammoth Hot Springs Dinning Room has great meals in an attractive dinning room. Located near the historic parade grounds of the Mammoth Area, we have never been disappointed with our meals here. The last time we ate lunch here, my husband had bratwurst boiled in beer, then grilled with apple sauerkraut. I had a wonderful Chicken Curry Pot, which...

  • Snowlodge

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Yellowstone National Park Restaurants

    The Obsidian Dining Room opened in 1999, and is open for the winter season, as well as the busy summer season. The dining room seats 106 people. One of the advantages to this restaurant, is that no reservations are accepted, so if you had hoped to eat out in one of the nicer restaurants, only to find out that they are filled with reservations made...

  • Snake River Brewery and Pub.

    Snake River Brewing kind of snuck up on me. Oddly enough, I had been there in 1994 but it didn't ring a bell as being all that great. As it turns out, it had opened that year and breweries change over time and the best ones get better. This was the case with Snake River. Maybe they got a better brewer or the one they had improved with practice but...

  • Small, cozy excellant bistro

    Don't miss this place while you are in West Yellowstone. It's small, maybe 10 to 12 tables in the whole place, but the service is excellant and complimented by outstanding food. It's a classic bistro that is top notch.

  • Beer and food in Lander

    Where to eat out in Lander? There are two or three fast-food like small outlets, and the Hitch Post restaurant, located on the eastern end of the city, but there is only one place worth of trying: there is a bar-restaurant-local brewery, you have no choice, almost. . . and don’t worry, it is a good choice. The Gannet Grill, is located against the...

  • Where you find THE meat

    “Hi darling, how are you today?” These were the words I heard when pushing open the door of the Stockman’s; Oooops, the woman looked quite nice and welcoming, and I needed 2-3 seconds to realise that she was the waitress and she greeted me with these kind words; nice greeting!The employees of the museum recommended me the Stockman’s as I asked for...

  • Eggs Florentine at The Bunnery

    We had breakfast at this delightful restaurant on our last morning in Jackson Hole.My husband had the Eggs Florentine which were scrambled eggs with swiss cheese and spinach, toast included with American Fried potatoes. I had the Scrambler, eggs and coffee cake with sugar and nuts on top. Good coffee! They had a neat gift shop area where a lot of...

  • An experience not to miss!

    Little America in Wyoming is more than just a place for food, it has everything in it! A rest stop, gift shop, bathrooms, a hotel, and food. The menu had everything a truck stop would have, plus kid friendly food, and soft serve ice cream! Its a must to stop here, even if you aren't hungry. I had the hot beef sandwich, and fries, for lunch. While...

  • Excellent Prime Rib Buffet

    The Irma is located in Cody, Wyoming. We just happened to be there the night of their famous prime rib buffet. Which I have to say, was pretty darn good for a buffet. I normally stear clear of them, but this one was worth mentioning. The prime rib was perfectly cooked and served with au jus, horseradish, and horseradish sauce. There was also ribs,...

  • Not bad

    The Wort Hotel has reasonable prices and okay food. I ordered a buffalo burger and it was fine. Not great. I've had better. But it has a nice bar area and the service is pretty good. For the middle of Wyoming, their seared Ahi Tuna is a delicious appetizer. Their wings are quite good and you get a good portion of them. Nice beer selection.

  • Delicious Breakfasts

    The Bunnery is a bakery/restaurant with great breakfasts. They have the biggest croissants I've ever seen. They pride themselves on their oatmeal, sunflower seed, millet breads and waffles. I did not try these. I hate my breads with chunks in them. My father had the OSM waffle and declared it delicious and surprisingly light. I had the croissant...

  • the lodge

    There is a decent restaurant in Yellowstone at the Lodge. It's a sit down place with waiters and all the niceties you tend to miss after camping for a long time. It made for an enjoyable evening one night.

  • We did not pass very many...

    We did not pass very many restaurants going thru Wyoming. When we stopped I usually ordered bacon no matter when it was. I found they have the best bacon out this way ever known to man. Big fat strips. With a flavor that melts in your mouth. They must dance with these cows to make them so sweet. He He!

  • Laramie Restaurant Find

    This one's right by the train station west of town. (Can't remember the name.) Great food, reasonably priced. Wine selection good and low prices, too. Don't miss dessert, lots of homemade pies, cheesecakes, etc. Desserts

  • Best steaks of the West

    One of the finest restaurants I´ve ever been to - and definetely the finest I´ve seen in Wyoming. Old-fashioned western atmosphere. A rich salad and soup buffet and awesome steaks a la carte. I went there with my parents on my college graduation day and we had a real good time and a great supper.

  • Hong Kong Restaurant

    The Hong Kong is a family-operated restaurant, owned and operated by a Chinese family who speak the Cantonese dialect. They are extremely professional and friendly, and the food is uniformly outstanding. Mongolian lamb

  • Most interesting and unique...

    Most interesting and unique place I ate at in Wyoming was in Cody. It was called The Irma Hotel. The hotel was named by Buffalo Bill Cody for his daughter Irma Louise Cody. There is a beautiful cherry wood bar in the dining room and eating there reminds you of the old west. After you eat take time to walk around the hotel looking at the pictures...

  • Nani's, in Jackson, was a...

    Nani's, in Jackson, was a superb Italian restaurant. I don't think I've had (northern) Italian food this good since I visited ItalyThe food was superb. Also, the staff was very friendly and helpful. One night we went, the chef pulled out a bottle of bubbles for our young children to play with.

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