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Albany Lodge

Phone: 307-745-5782

Dining Contact: 307-745-5782

Address: 1148 Highway 11 Laramie WY 82070

Website: www.albanylodge.com

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Description: Enjoy breakfast and lunch in our restaurant. In the evening treat yourself to a wide selection of full course meals. Don't forget we have Prime Rib every Saturday night!

Altitude Chophouse & Brewery

Phone: (307) 721-4031

Dining Contact: (307) 721-4031

Address: 320 S. 2nd Street, Laramie, Wyoming

Hours: Monday - Saturday 11:00am - 10:00pm

Website: http://www.altitudechophouse.com/

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Description: In 1999, Greg Smith and Karen Robillard opened Altitude to combine sophisticated food and drink choices with a casual Rocky Mountain atmosphere. Over the past decade, Altitude has enjoyed recognition for its original brews, cuisine, atmosphere and service. Altitude has received over 25 Awards at Regional Brew Fests, recognition in Wyoming Homes and Living Magazine, recommendation by Better Homes & Gardens, recognition in Via Magazine and a Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Wyoming and Northern Colorado.

Antlers

Phone: (307) 742-2500

Dining Contact: (307) 742-2500

Address: 2753 WY-130, Centennial, WY 82055

Hours: Open Wed-Sunday, "Open Mic" on Friday nites; Live music Saturday nites. Check out our website for schedules and season hours!

Website: http://www.antlerswyoming.com

Alt Website: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/16627534

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Description: Y'all put on your boots and saddle up your Vee-Dub's and Sue-bar-u's for a ride out west to the quaint little town of Centennial, Wyomin'---just a half hour from Laramie! Join us for socializin', dancin', sippin' suds, or just plain eatin' good grub! We offer a varied menu selection, featuring breakfast and dinner menus: steaks, mouth-waterin' burgers, green chile burritos, pancakes, and more! We cater special events and weddins' too; AND we'll even fix ya up with the right gear for those winter snowmobilin' trips through the majestic…

Description: Chicken Wings and much more Quality American Food

Description: The Bear Tree offers homemade soups, salads and dinners to satisfy your needs. The original part of the café, built in 1952. This section seats 30 people, children are welcome and, of course, no smoking. One can enjoy a cocktail as well as a soda here. The newer addition, referred to as the tavern, seats upwards of 60 people and offers the same menu. The difference is no children. Wyoming law requires a person to be at least 21 years of age to be in a liquor dispensing…

Bit-O-Wyo Ranch

Phone: 307-638-6924

Dining Contact: (307)638-6924

Address: 470 Happy Jack Road Cheyenne WY 82009

Website: www.bitowyoranch.com

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Description: You will want to arrive around 6:00 pm and “settle in” for the best cowboy entertainment in the Wild West. First, find your assigned table. Our wranglers will be on hand to assist you. Then we will introduce our horses. You’re gonna love them. There are plenty of photo opportunities, especially for the little ones. Around 6:30pm you will go through our “chuckwagon line” for a cowboy steak dinner including BIT-O-WYO baked beans, applesauce and some whistle wetter. Around 7:30 the cowboy show including music and comedy begins.…

Boomer’s BBQ

Phone: (307) RIB-6000

Dining Contact: 307-RIB-6000 307-742-6000

Address: 615 S. 2nd St. Laramie Wyoming

Hours: 11:00AM-9:00PM Wed-Mon

Website: http://www.boomersbbq.com

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Description: Famous made from scratch desserts featuring our one of a kind Bread Pudding with Koltiska Sauce. Nothing fried, hickory smoked meats, made from scratch sides, six homemade signature sauces, salads, appetizers, brewed on the stove sweet tea, and a good selection of beer, soft-drinks, and fresh brewed iced tea. Dine-in or carry-out.

Cavalryman Steakhouse

Phone: 307-745-5551

Address: 4425 S 3rd Laramie WY 82070

Hours: Sun-Thr 4:00 to 9:00, Fri-Sat 4:00 to 10:00

Website: www.wyomingsteakhouse.com

Alt Website: www.wyomingsteakhouse.com

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Description: Cavalryman Steakhouse is a Wyoming landmark located on the grounds of historic Fort Sanders. The Fort was established in 1886 to protect the Overland and Lodgepole Creek emigrant routes, the Denver-Salt Lake City stagecoach route and eventually the construction crews for the Union Pacific Railroad. The Cavalryman building was built in 1925 to serve as the clubhouse for the Laramie Country Club. In 1970, Robert & Betty Gerard founded the Cavalryman Supper Club in its present location. We proudly feature local and sustainable food including beef and bison…

Description: Personal Chef Service and Catering