Beta Coffee House

Coffee House | Small Town Café
legendary
Worth driving from anywhere!
Save

On the way toward Yellowstone National Park, Cody, Wyoming is the last stop before the forest. It is full of quaint cafes, diners and walkable shops.

Beta House Coffee attracts those who strive for a minimalist lifestyle. It offers small couches, fresh ground coffee, and wholesome breakfasts made with organic ingredients. After asking for recommendations we ordered two breakfast burritos, a Caramel Cream Coffee, a specialty roast black coffee. And we had to try some of the from-scratch baked goods.

The Beta burrito, a frequent favorite, consists of black beans, eggs, cheese, avocado and slightly overcooked bacon wrapped into a flour tortilla and grilled for added crunch. The taste is mild and not as flavorful as expected, but makes for a filling morning bite with a Mexican feel.

On a lighter note, the Tree line wrap is filled with fresh spinach and tomato, bacon and avocado and a concoction titled “garden sauce.” The sauce pairs with the raw ingredients adds a good amount of flavor. It is made from mayonnaise, Greek yogurt, spinach, a small amount of horseradish, and more.

Beyond the earthy munchies, the coffee we consumed was steamy, varietal, and uniquely crafted. When given three self-pumped coffee choices, we went with the Cody Classic; a dark roast Honduran based blend. There was a pleasant finish with every sip as is promised by the cafe’s “no bite” proclamation. Caramel Cream Coffee has a sweet taste throughout, sightly resembling a caramel candy, but smooth and light enough to not be overpowering. These warm drinks paired well with the bakery treats of an Apple Almond Crumble and a Gluten Free Banana Chocolate Chip Muffin. The spices came through strongly, specifically cardamom and cinnamon, and the apples were soft and fresh against the crispy thin crust. We recommend asking for the tart to be heated since it will resemble more of freshly made apple pie and be great on any cool morning. The Chocolate Chip Muffin was fantastic and we could barely tell it was gluten free! The banana made it creamy throughout and was the perfect balance for the hard chocolate chips within; definitely would recommend, whether you’re gluten free or not!

The employees of this tiny Cody cafe will welcome you as if you’re family and joke with you throughout your stay. It is clear they care for the environment as they even offer old coffee grounds to be taken home for composting.

What to Eat
Beta Coffee House, Gluten Free Banana Chocolate Chip Muffin
Gluten Free Banana Chocolate Chip Muffin
Must-Try
Offering gluten-free options as well, this banana chocolate chip muffin was soft and flavorful.
Beta Coffee House, Caramel Cream Coffee
Caramel Cream Coffee
Must-Try
This masterpiece was so sweet it resembled a caramel candy and tasted only slightly of coffee.
Beta Coffee House, The Beta Burrito
The Beta Burrito
A local favorite stuffed with egg, crispy bacon, cheese, black beans and fresh added avocado.
Beta Coffee House, Tree Line Wrap
Tree Line Wrap
This wrap was stuffed with fresh raw veggies like spinach, tomato, bacon and ripe avocado.
Beta Coffee House, Apple Almond Crumble
Apple Almond Crumble
This gooey masterpiece is Apple Almond Crumble, be sure to ask for it warmed up!
Beta Coffee House, Cody Classic
Cody Classic
The Cody Classic brew, darker roast and native to Honduras, freshly ground in the cafe.
Directions and Hours
Open Today
Sunday8:00am - 6:00pm
Monday6:30am - 6:00pm
Tuesday6:30am - 6:00pm
Wednesday6:30am - 6:00pm
Thursday6:30am - 6
FridayCLOSED
Saturday6:30am - 6:00pm
Information
Price
$
Seasons
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Breakfast, Lunch
Credit Cards Accepted
Yes
Alcohol Served
No
Outdoor Seating
No
Website

Other Nearby Restaurants

  • Fat Racks BBQ

    Cody, Wyoming

    All the meat at Fat Racks BBQ is smoked in the back of a bright red food truck. It’s so flavorful, you won’t want sauce.

  • Noon Break 2 Go

    Cody, Wyoming

    On the edge of Cody, Wyoming, Noon Break 2 Go serves time-tested New Mexico-style burritos topped with Code 10 green chili sauce.

  • The Local

    Cody, Wyoming

    From sourdough pancakes with minted butter to buttermilk biscuits with pastrami, food at The Local looks like a million bucks. But it is a bargain.

  • Lisa’s

    Greybull, Wyoming

    “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.

  • La Comida

    Cody, Wyoming

    ** THIS RESTAURANT IS PERMANENTLY CLOSED **
    Among Cody, Wyoming’s many Mexican restaurants, La Comida has stood out as a good choice for years: quality Mexican-American fare and dynamite margaritas.

  • Red Lodge Cafe

    Red Lodge, Montana

    Montana’s Red Lodge Cafe serves big-biscuit breakfasts, hearty lunch and supper, and big slices of pie for dessert: apple or berry or best of all, banana cream.