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    Wyoming places to see or eat

    Well if I draw my antelope tag this year I'll be out there for 7 days antelope hunting and deer scouting for future deer hunt if I find anything good. I plan to make a trip to Cody to visit the Buffalo Bill center. Can anyone recommend one of those little restaurants that are just awesome. There's a BBQ place in Okmulgee OK that I have to stop at every time I'm down that way.

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    Hit up the Proudcut in downtown Cody for great steaks. Every time I come out of the Thorofare we head straight there for a beer and some bull fries, best I've had! All the food is great there and it has a neat atmosphere. They don't complain about stinky backcountry hunters hanging around the bar either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizz View Post
    Hit up the Proudcut in downtown Cody for great steaks. Every time I come out of the Thorofare we head straight there for a beer and some bull fries, best I've had! All the food is great there and it has a neat atmosphere. They don't complain about stinky backcountry hunters hanging around the bar either.
    Wow now I'm hungry just reading this. Good luck on tags!
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    Here are some of our favorites in Cody (I always keep notes on good places in my iPhone):

    Cowboy Village Cabins: These are VERY nice log cabins built in 2006. Stayed there on a couple occasions. You can park your rig right in front of your cabin if you have a truck full of gear. My wife loved this place.

    Proud Cut Restaurant: I second what Grizz said. Fantastic ribeye steak. Homestyle fries are great. Jumbo tempura shrimp are awesome.

    Our Place Restaurant: Very good for breakfast.

    Silver Dollar Bar and Grill: Awesome hamburgers.

    Elk Horn Grill (Meeteetsee): My notes say "supposed to have a ribeye to die for"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    Here are some of our favorites in Cody (I always keep notes on good places in my iPhone):

    Cowboy Village Cabins: These are VERY nice log cabins built in 2006. Stayed there on a couple occasions. You can park your rig right in front of your cabin if you have a truck full of gear. My wife loved this place.

    Proud Cut Restaurant: I second what Grizz said. Fantastic ribeye steak. Homestyle fries are great. Jumbo tempura shrimp are awesome.

    Our Place Restaurant: Very good for breakfast.

    Silver Dollar Bar and Grill: Awesome hamburgers.

    Elk Horn Grill (Meeteetsee): My notes say "supposed to have a ribeye to die for"
    Hey! That is a local hang out, keep it down.

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    I was all excited for a big steak in Cody, but we just changed our route on our trip to SD next week. I will be in Casper on Thursday. Somebody spill the beans on the good steakhouses(local hangouts) in Casper. Promise we will just stop, eat, and leave.

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    Dont forget about the historic Irma hotel....If your going to Cody for the first time, its worth the stop and great Prime Rib.

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    Had the Prime Rib at the Irma and it was great. There are a couple of other places I really like, but not for dinner. The general store in Farson has ice cream to die for and the yellow hardware stoe in Shoshone has a soda fountain with wonderful malts.

    The Sushi place in Cody was a surprise. Didn't expect to find one there and it was pretty good too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Had the Prime Rib at the Irma and it was great. There are a couple of other places I really like, but not for dinner. The general store in Farson has ice cream to die for and the yellow hardware stoe in Shoshone has a soda fountain with wonderful malts.

    The Sushi place in Cody was a surprise. Didn't expect to find one there and it was pretty good too.
    Cowboy, the Yellowstone drug store in Shoshoni has been closed for quite a number of years now. They opened a small shop down the main street but sadly, that one too is closed. I heard they opened a shop in Casper, but it's sure not the same.

 

 

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