Restaurants and dining options in Wyoming

Wyoming, the Cowboy State. Take time to get off the main highways and explore all the nooks and crannies that make Wyoming so special. The general store in Aladdin, delightful dinners served family style in Hudson, mineral hot springs and the state bison herd in Thermopolis - these are just a few of the charms of Wyoming.

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As you walk towards the Calico restaurant, its surroundings will instantly take you to another place. Gardens full of sweet smelling flowers border the walkways below the deck where people usually request seats. From the deck, you have a relaxing, panoramic view of the gardens, the distant Teton Mountains, and the open lawn where kids are often playing (instead of finishing their food). Large plants and flowers are hung around the deck’s canopy, separating the conversations of each table. If it wasn't for the lack of the Mediterranean Sea nearby, you'd swear you were dining on the Italian Riviera.

In the Days of old, all that mattered to the western traveler was a hearty meal, a good drink, and a friendly face or two. Poor Boys Steakhouse in Casper, Wyoming, carries on that tradition today, with a relaxed atmosphere for both family and friends. Join us for our award winning U.S.D.A. hand-cut steaks, slow-roasted prime rib, or one of our many chicken, fish, or pasta entrees. We know you won't leave hungry, just ask our friends! We've been making them happy for over ten years. And when your living in cattle country, that's saying something.

Treat the whole family to delicious steaks at our steakhouse and family dining restaurant in Buffalo, Wyoming. At Bozeman Trail Steakhouse, we are proud to be a family steakhouse and a completely non-smoking establishment. Serving the best beef, elk, and bison for lunch and dinner, and we offer a private banquet room for any special occasion.

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