Wyoming April 03, 2017
The Roadside Diner In Wyoming That Is A Favorite With The Locals
Every town worth its salt has at least one diner where locals gather. In Rawlins, it’s Penny’s Diner – a cute, retro place located right next to Oak Tree Inn.
Penny's Diner is located at 2005 E. Daley Street in Rawlins.
It's a retro-style diner that's popular with local residents.
Walking inside this diner is like walking back in time to the 1950s.
The counter has the retro, vinyl-covered bar stools you'd expect in an old-school diner.
You can watch the cook sling hash and pancakes right from your table.
There's no worrying about how clean the kitchen is here - you can see the whole thing from the dining room!
Penny's is the kind of place where you want to hang out with your friends and family.
And the wait staff and cooks quickly become friends, too.
Let's talk about the food at Penny's. It's as good as you'd expect.
The pancakes are fluffy, and served up with plenty of butter and syrup.
Steak and eggs for breakfast?
You'll find all the great diner favorites on the menu.
Chicken-fried steak, or the hot beef sandwich with mashed potatoes and country or brown gravy....just like you remember from your childhood.
Try the chicken fingers or club sandwich.
Served with french fries, of course.
The burgers here are especially delicious.
Get 'em just like you like - you'll start with a half pound of beef, then dress it up with veggies, choose from three kinds of cheese and add whatever sauce you'd like.
Like any proper diner, Penny's is open seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
Stop by for breakfast any time of day!
Have you ever eaten at Penny’s diner? Tell us about it!
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