Wyoming October 18, 2018
10 Stops Everyone Must Make Along Wyoming’s Prime Rib Trail
When it comes to prime rib, Wyomingites know what they’re talking about. Our restaurants, saloons, taverns and pubs each claim to have a mouthwatering cut of steak waiting for you, but how do you know where to find the best prime rib in Wyoming? Start with the list below and you’ll have a pretty good chance of chowing down on the best steak you’ve ever had in your life.
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Each of these iconic Wyoming steakhouses is known for serving up the best prime rib you'll ever get to try.
1. Open Range at the Outlaw Inn, Rock Springs
The Open Range is a hidden gem, nesteld inside a themed Best Western hotel. While many people have dined here because it's convenient, many others flock to Rock Springs just to chow down on the juciest prime rib in southwestern Wyoming.
Address: Open Range at the Outlaw, 1630 Elk St, Rock Springs, WY 82901
2. Gun Barrel, Jackson
The Gun Barrel is famous for being one of the most mouthwatering steakhouses in Jackson. If you're planning to visit in the summer months, be sure to make a reservation! This spot is always packed because their fork-tender prime rib is the worst kept secret in Wyoming.
Gun Barrel, 862 W Broadway, Jackson, WY 83001
3. Svilar's Bar and Dining Room, Hudson
Mama Svilar opened up this kitchen and bar to feed hungry miners near the tiny town of Hudson, way back in the 1920s. The restaurant hasn't changed much since then, and their prime rib is always packed with flavor and cooked perfectly. Be sure to enjoy their unique appetizers, like the ravioli and sarma.
Address: Svilar's Bar & Dining Room, 173 S Main St, Lander, WY 82520
Read more about Svilar's right here
4. Cassie's Supper Club, Cody
Cassie's Supper Club has been a Cody landmark since the early 1900s. This timeless tavern has always been known for their mouthwatering steaks, and the prime rib is certainly a meal that will make a big impression on you.
Address: Cassie's Supper Club, 214 Yellowstone Ave, Cody, WY 82414
5. The Irma Hotel, Cody
The Irma was built to be the most elegant hotel in the worldin 1902, and Buffalo Bill certainly left this place as his legacy! The famous restaurant is known for two things nowadays: the back bar, which was a gift from Queen Elizabeth, and their prime rib dinner buffet, which is the most filling meal you'll find in town.
Buffalo Bill's Irma Hotel & Restaurant, 1192 Sheridan Ave, Cody, WY 82414
6. Winchester Steakhouse, Buffalo
Buffalo is one of the best towns in the state, and many visitors head right ot the Virginian to dine. Skip the crowds and head to the Winchester next time you're in town, because their tender and juicy prime rib is hard to beat, even ina
state that's full of amazing chophouses.
Winchester Steak House, 117 US-16, Buffalo, WY 82834
7. Silver Fox Steakhouse, Casper
The Silver Fox's prime rib is so popular, that their oven is always full! This longstanding landmark might serve the most prime rib in town, but you can rest assured they pay attention to quality over quantity, and their au jus is the tastiest I've ever tried.
Address: Silver Fox, 3422 Energy Ln, Casper, WY 82604
8. Hotel Wolf, Saratoga
The famous and historic Hotel Wolf in Saratoga has been known to make a mean prime rib. Their signature dish draws diners from all over the west, thanks to the perfectly seasoned crust, tender beef, and savory au jus.
Address: Hotel Wolf, 101 E Bridge Ave, Saratoga, WY 82331
Read more about the historic Wolf Hotel here
9. Cavalryman Steakhouse, Laramie
The famous Cavalryman may be the fanciest place on this list, but don't let that stop you from treating yourself to a meal here. This restaurant should be on every Wyomginite's bucket list! In addition to serving the best soda bread in the state, their prime rib is out of this world.
Address: Cavalryman Steakhouse, 4425 S 3rd St, Laramie, WY 82070
Read more about the Cavalryman Steakhouse right here
10. Poor Richards, Cheyenne
If you're ever looking for a great meal in Cheyenne, take a short drive out to Poor Richard's. This popular spot almost always has a wait, because everyone from the area knows there's no better steak than PR's prime rib. You'll want to come back here every time you're in town!
Address: Poor Richard's Restaurant, 2233 E Lincolnway, Cheyenne, WY 82001
Where’s your go-to spot for the best prime rib in Wyoming. Did we miss a must-try cut of beef? Let’s talk about our state’s most iconic dish in the comments below!