10 'Hole In The Wall' Restaurants In Wyoming That Will Blow Your Taste Buds Away
They say first impressions are everything, but in some cases, you shouldn’t form your impressions of a place based on its appearance. These 10 hole in the wall restaurants in Wyoming are the perfect examples. While the exteriors aren’t fancy, the food is absolutely delicious, and the service is stellar. These restaurants aren’t ranked in the list below, but rather listed alphabetically.
This list includes just 10 of Wyoming’s ‘hole in the wall’ restaurants! We know there are many, many more. What’s YOUR favorite?
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What are the local favorite steakhouses in Wyoming?
Wyoming residents eat a whole lot of steak, and we've all got our favorite spots for a meat-and-potatoes dinner. In the Wind River region, locals swear by the Den in Daniel. In Buffalo, the Winchester is the talk of the town. Of course, anyone in the know will bring you out to Svilar's in Hudson for a one-of-a-kind experience in a Yugoslavian steakhouse, or down to The Miner's Grubsteak or Atlantic City Merc - both in the ghost town of Atlantic City.
What are the most highly-rated restaurants in Wyoming?
For the best-reviewed restaurants in the state, you'll want to head to the bigger towns. The Historic Wolf Hotel serves up gourmet meals in Saratoga, Cowfish in Lander is always a hit, and the portions at the Snake River Grill in Jackson are impressive, considering that they might serve you the best meal you've ever eaten.
Do any Wyoming restaurants serve the world's best food?
Well, plenty of Wyoming restaurants are known for their signature dishes, and you can't really go wrong eating out in the Cowboy State. That being said, one spot has made headlines for its chili, and it's no surprise that we're talking about the Chugwater Soda Fountain. The town of Chugwater itself is home to the world-famous Chugwater Chili Corporation, and the Soda Fountain (the oldest one in the state!) serves up a homemade chili that's sure to knock your socks off.