"In Wyoming when we say hearty, we mean hearty!!" Lisa's menu crows. But it isn't so much the generous size of meals that makes this roadside cafe a worthwhile stop; it is the taste. Try the chunky corned beef hash made from full-flavored slices of spiced brisket, or warm biscuits with luxurious sausage gravy.
The ultimate cowboy bar, featuring a multicolored neon sign outside that shows a wrangler mid-air on a bucking bronc with neon cattle brands like sparks around the hooves. Inside, the Mint is lined entirely in cedar and gnarled pine burls, with rough-hewn log booths and shingle walls that gleam like slick leather and bear hundreds of brands. The timber walls are hung with panoramic photographs of ranch life, circa. 1941.