Wyoming March 01, 2019
8 Small Town Steakhouses In Wyoming That Are Totally Worth The Trip
Wyoming is known for being a state full of small towns as well as being a state full of the best steaks you’ll ever have. When you combine the two, you’ll find perfection! Visit any of these small town steakhouses in Wyoming for a tasty meal this year.
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life as we all practice social and physical distancing. While we’re continuing to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, we don’t expect or encourage you to go check them out immediately. We believe that supporting local attractions is important now more than ever and we hope our articles inspire your future adventures! And on that note, please nominate your favorite local business that could use some love right now:
1. Buffalo Jump Saloon, Beulah
The Buffalo Jump Saloon is an old school steakhouse in the tiny town of Beulah. You'll find mouthwatering Wyoming beef here, along with classic steakhouse sides. The food is always made to order and top notch.
Address: 5877 Old Hwy. 14, Beulah, WY 82712
2. Atlantic City Mercantile, Atlantic City
The amazing Atlantic City Mercantile was once a general store, but over the years it has turned into a saloon and steakhouse at the center of one of Wyoming's ghost towns. Atlantic City may be home to "about 57" people, but this steakhouse serves up big-town flavor.
Address: 100 Main St., Atlantic City, WY 82520
3. Svilar's, Hudson
What is there to say about Svilar's, except that it is legendary for a reason? For as long as Mama Svilar's kitchen is open, it will be considered one of the best steakhouses in Wyoming. Try the prime rib, or a filet mignon that will blow your taste buds away.
Address: 173 S Main St., Hudson, WY 82515
4. Winchester Steakhouse, Buffalo
The Winchester Steakhouse is known for their enormous and flavorful prime rib. Consistently at the top of "best of the west" steak lists, you've got to make the journey to Buffalo to try this popular chophouse.
Address: 117 US-16, Buffalo, WY 82834
5. Hotel Wolf, Saratoga
The gorgeous Hotel Wolf is the place to go after you've spent the day relaxing in the Saratoga Hot Springs. This historic hotel and restaurant serves up mouthwatering steaks in a dining room that feels frozen in time.
Address: 101 E Bridge Ave., Saratoga, WY 82331
6. Old Corral Steakhouse
This seasonal resort and saloon makes some of the best steaks in the area! You'll find fresh and juicy meat and sides paired perfectly at this gorgeous mountainside restaurant in the foothills of the Snowy Range.
Address: 2750 WY-130, Centennial, WY 82055
7. Miners and Stockmans, Hartville
The oldest restaurant in Wyoming is still one of the best! Visit this tiny town steakhouse that's been around for longer than Wyoming has been a state, and you'll find tasty steak and seafood dishes quite literally in the middle of nowhere.
Address: 608 Main St., Hartville, WY 82215
8. Big Horn Smokehouse, Big Horn
The Big Horn Smokehouse is known for making delicious BBQ entrees, but locals know this spot as the perfect steakhouse as well. Try one of their cowboy steaks for a hearty meal that will leave you stuffed and looking forward to your next visit.
Address: 158 Johnson St., Big Horn, WY 82833
Wyoming’s small towns are known for much more than their delicious steaks! Make it a point to visit
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