What To Eat in Wyoming
The Cowboy State is a great place to eat beef, but it also sports a treasury of good Mexican restaurants as well as eateries that do a modern gloss on traditional frontier food. And by the way, no state (except maybe Montana) has so many colorful western-style bars and taverns.
Ribeyes and strips and filets mignon are good in many restaurants throughout Wyoming, but come the weekend, prime rib is the beef to eat. A full order in any of the great steak houses is a great meat mesa rising three fingers tall.
It may not be the #1 state for delicious food, but for delightful drinking in colorful bars, Wyoming is hard to beat. Our favorite is the spectacular wild-west Mint Bar in Sheridan.
Svilar's is a vintage Wyoming supper club known for excellent cowboy steaks as well as fried chicken, Italian fare, and the spicy stuffed cabbage known as sarma.
A beacon of value and superior short-order meals, Cheyenne, Wyoming's Luxury Diner has been a locals' favorite for decades.
All organic-food needs can be met at Beta Coffeehouse cafe in Cody, Wyoming, Gluten free treats and hearty recipes accompany freshly ground coffee.
"In Wyoming when we say hearty, we mean hearty!" says Lisa's menu. In the town of Greybull at the edge of the Big Horn Mountains, this restaurant is a best bet.
We recommend the Mint Bar as the ultimate Wyoming cowboy tavern for its spectacular Wild-West looks, inside and out. However... there's nothing to eat!