Dine At Miners And Stockmen’s Steakhouse, A Wyoming Institution That Dates Back to 1862

Some of the best food you’ll ever eat can be found in Wyoming’s small towns, and Hartville is no exception! Make some time for a road trip to the oldest town in Wyoming, where you’ll also find the Cowboy State’s oldest saloon, Miners and Stockmen’s Steakhouse. This Wyoming institution has been serving up delicious drinks and hearty meals since 1862, and everyone who visits falls in love with this historic haunt. Check it out!

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To see the menu and keep an eye on the daily specials, visit Miners and Stockmen’s Facebook page, here.

Did you know that Hartville was actually the first established American town in Wyoming? Everyone Should Visit The Oldest Town In Wyoming At Least Once, so plan to spend some time looking around before you eat!


Address: 608 Main St, Hartville, WY 82215, USA