Wyoming just happens to be a state that’s proud of their food and when it comes to sandwiches they know how to pile it on. Whether you’re into the traditional favorites or a creation all its own, Wyoming has some great sandwich venues throughout the state. Here are some of those sandwiches that you might want to try if you haven’t already.
1. Bison Reuben At Night Heron Books & Coffeehouse
Night Heron Books & Coffeehouse makes their sandwiches with locally grown or sourced ingredients whenever possible. The Bison Reuben is the sandwich of choice here, especially topped off with a bowl of french onion soup. This coffee and sandwich shop is located in Laramie at 107 E. Ivinson Street.
2. The Stoker At The Breadboard Of Buffalo
The Breadboard is a favorite among the locals. The Stoker is a stand-out sandwich here. It's piled with smoked turkey, Jalapeno bacon and cheddar cheese. Add a bowl of cauliflower soup for a little extra flavor. The Breadboard of Buffalo is located at 190 E. Hart Street.
3. Chicken Salad On Spelt At The Bread Basket
Nothing is any better than a sandwich made with freshly baked bread. Pile on their homemade Chicken Salad on spelt and you have a sandwich to die for. The Bread Basket is located at 1819 Maxwell Avenue in Cheyenne.
4. Wyoming Chicken Philly at Brandin' Iron Restaurant & Lounge
The Brandin' Iron Restaurant serves up a mean Chicken Philly. The Wyoming Chicken Philly consists of meat topped with mushrooms, green peppers, onions and tomatoes, smothered in melted swiss. This little gem of a sandwich shop is located at 483 Shoshone Avenue in Lovell.
5. Spicy Chicken Popper Sandwich At Nostalgia Bistro
The Spicy Chicken Popper Sandwich at Nostalgia Bistro is a tasty mouth-full. It's made with a grilled chicken breast and topped with bacon wrapped Jalapeño Poppers, avocado, sprouts, garlic and mayo on a toasted Ciabatta! This is just one of their lunch specials served up at 202 E. Rams Horn in Dubois.
6. Farmhouse Egg Sandwich At Einstein Bros. Bagels
Einstein Bros. Bagels is a neighborhood bagel shop that serves freshly baked bagels, breakfast sandwiches, lunch sandwiches and coffee. Their breakfast sandwiches are outstanding. One of their signature sandwiches, the Farmhouse Egg Sandwich is made with egg, applewood bacon and cheese. Einstein Bros. Bagels is located at 231 West Sixth Street in Powell.
7. Monte Cristo At The Main Bagel
The Main Bagel starts with a bagel first boiled and then baked so that the crust is crunchy and the center is chewy. Be sure to check out the Monte Cristo made with ham and cheese at The Main Bagel located at 2610 S. Douglas Hwy 170 in Gillette.
8. Club At Bagels & Beyond
Stick with the traditional club at Bagels & Beyond and you won't be disappointed. The Club is made with turkey, bacon, Swiss cheese, sprouts, tomato, onion and avocado. Bagels & Beyond is located at 1384 Coffeen Avenue in Sheridan.
9. Angus Roast Beef & Cheddar At Schlotzsky's
Even though Schlotzsky's is a chain, if you're in Evansville then you need to stop by. The Angus Roast Beef & Cheddar is made with Angus roast beef, melted cheddar, mozzarella, parmesan cheese, dill slices, red onion, lettuce, tomato, mayo and their signature dressing on a toasted Sourdough bun. This delicious deli is located at 6985 Nugget in Evansville.
10. Curry Turkey At The Cottage Cafe
The Cottage Cafe is a quaint little restaurant that's a great place to stop and grab a sandwich. The Curry Turkey is a must-try here. It's made with shaved turkey breast layered with crisp apples and sprouts covered in a sweet curried yogurt spread. The Cottage Cafe is located at 116 S. Lincoln Street in Casper.
11. The Cowboy Club At Cowboy Coffee Co.
In Wyoming, you have to try a club made the cowboy way. The Cowboy Club is piled high with turkey, ham, cheese, tomato, lettuce and bacon. You'll find the Cowboy Club at the Cowboy Coffee Co. located at 125 N. Cache Street in Jackson.
Can you think of any other sandwiches in Wyoming that should be tried before kicking the bucket?