Restaurants in Cody, WY

Just east of  Yellowstone National Park, the town of Cody is a virtual museum of western mythology. Its Irma Hotel, which Buffalo Bill built in 1902 and named after his youngest daughter, stages mock gunfights in the street each night, after which visitors go inside and have a drink at its majestic cherrywood bar (given to Cody by Queen Victoria), then sit down for a meal of buffalo ribeye or prime rib. Beyond its mighty hotel, Cody has a number of eateries where you can taste the west without the folderol — BBQs, steak houses, a cafe that features sourdough pancakes and buffalo burgers, and a number of terrific Mexican restaurants. In that last category, a little place called Noon Break 2 Go has long been known for its pyrotechnical Code 10 Chili as well as a repertoire of New Mexican food made with chilies from the Mesilla Valley.

Cody’s Most Famous Dishes

Mountainous sandwich holds pastrami, egg, French fries, cole slaw, and a tomato at Primanti Brothers in Pittsburg, PA


Opened-up burrito reveals chile-infused beef.


Two slices of BBQ brisket, one lean, the other super succulently fatty at Little Miss BBQ in Phoenix. AZ

BBQ Brisket

Molten cheese drips down the side of a crock of French onion soup.

French Onion Soup

Cody’s Best Restaurants

Beta Coffee House


A plate of hefty sourdough pancakes is topped with whipped butter and sauteed blueberries
The Local


Noon Break 2 Go


Fat Racks BBQ


Proudcut Saloon and Steakhouse


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Wyoming joined the Union in 1890, as the West was becoming America's favorite fantasy. More than any other destination, the "Cowboy State" continues to embody the salubrious frontier culture...


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