Restaurants in Wyoming

Wyoming joined the Union in 1890, just as the West was becoming America’s favorite fantasy. More than any other destination, the “Cowboy State” continues to embody the salubrious frontier culture originally defined by such diverse proponents as Teddy Roosevelt, artist Frederic Remington, and restaurant magnate Fred Harvey. Of course steaks are on the menu nearly everywhere you go, but there’s also a treasury of good Mexican restaurants, and in Jackson and Cody, a handful of eateries that do a modern gloss on traditional frontier food. The town of Hudson, in the middle of nowhere, once had two competing steak houses, each with a Serbian accent, but now only Svilar’s endures. It also needs to be said that no state (except maybe Montana) has so many colorful western-style bars and taverns.

Wyoming’s Most Famous Dishes

Opened-up burrito reveals chile-infused beef.


Mountainous sandwich holds pastrami, egg, French fries, cole slaw, and a tomato


Cup of chili topped with cheese and chopped raw onions


Spiral round pastry on a plate is covered with cinnamon and sugar outside and in

Cinnamon Roll

Wyoming’s Best Restaurants

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