Wyoming January 19, 2020
10 Scrumptious Restaurants In Wyoming You Never Even Knew Existed
Wyoming is such a big state, it’s hard to find a place to eat if you don’t know the area you’re driving through. When it comes to hidden gem restaurants in Wyoming, locals know best! Here are a few favorites from all corners of the Cowboy State.
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1. The Burlington Place, Burlington
The Burlington Place is a great bar where you'll find some of the tastiest pizza in the state. Order a cold beer from their list of favorites and local brews and try a gourmet pizza that will blow your tastebuds away.
2. Crossings Cafe, Elk Mountain
The Crossings Cafe is the place to go when you're looking for a homestyle meal. This cafe is tucked into the Elk Mountain Trading Post in a tiny town between Rawlins and Laramie. It's so worth tracking down.
3. Eleanor's Again, Jackson
Eleanor's is a breath of fresh air in a town overrun with tourist trap restaurants. This local favorite is actually hidden in the back of a liquor store. Once you find it, you're in for a real treat. Try the wings or an enormous burger.
4. The Den, Daniel
The Den in Daniel is a remote restaurant that's known for their amazing prime rib. Stop by when it's on the menu and you'll wonder why it's taken you so long to make the drive.
5. Miner's Grubsteak, Atlantic City
The Miner's Grubsteak is one of the best hidden gem restaurants in Wyoming. It's located in Atlantic City, a (mostly) abandoned mining town. The residents of AC still keep the town's history alive, and stopping by for a meal is always an experience.
6. The Coop, Gillette
The Coop is the best cantina in Gillette! Locals will tell you this is the place to go if you're looking for tacos, nachos, quesadillas, enchiladas, and more. Get ready for a feast - their portions are huge.
7. Big Horn Mercantile, Big Horn
The Big Horn Mercantile is another rural restaurant known for their wood-fired pizza. Stop by to learn more about this historic building and try a gourmet pie that will prove to you Wyomingites do know how to make a great pizza.
8. 8th Street at the Ivy, Cody
This elegant restaurant is hidden in a hotel in downtown Cody. Stop in for a drink and to try one of their dinner specials if you're looking for a treat! They also serve up an amazing, hearty breakfast in the mornings.
9. WYOld West Brewing Co.
Stop by the WYOld West Brewing Co. in Powell to try local craft beers and hearty bar food. Their burgers and wraps are delicious and packed with flavor.
10. Elkhorn Bar and Grill, Meeteetse
The Elkhorn is the place to go if you find yourself traveling through Meeteetse! This hometown bar is known for their comfort food, like chili smothered tater tots shown above. You'll feel like part of the family when you dine here.
Where do you like to go when you’re traveling through Wyoming?
Tell us all about your favorite local dining rooms and watering holes! Address: 100 Main St, Burlington, WY 82411, USA Address: Elk Mountain, WY 82324, USA Address: 832 W Broadway, Jackson, WY 83001, USA Address: 191, 11072 US-189, Daniel, WY 83115, USA Address: 25 N Granier Ave, Atlantic City, WY 82520, USA Address: 208 W 2nd St, Gillette, WY 82716, USA Address: 210 Johnson St, Big Horn, WY 82833, USA Address: 1800 8th St, Cody, WY 82414, USA Address: 221 N Bent St, Powell, WY 82435, USA Address: The Elkhorn Bar & Grill, 1916 State St, Meeteetse, WY 82433, USA