“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” – Virginia Woolf A few months after moving to Laramie, my wife and I happened upon a little off-the-beaten-path restaurant called the 17th Street Café. This cozy eatery, located just a half a block away from the University of Wyoming’s dormitories,
Tasty Bones BBQ and Bakery in downtown Cheyenne is owned by Mike and Rachel Klemm. The restaurant is centered around the Klemm’s award-winning ribs and sauce but features an interesting combination of Filipino delicacies and an in-house bakery offering desserts and custom cakes. As members of the Kansas City Barbeque Society, the Klemms
Who doesn’t love pizza? Pizza with made-fresh-daily dough and sauce, and house-shredded cheese, all baked in a wood-fired oven? Even better. Bella Fuoco, Cheyenne’s only choice for wood-fired pizza, raises the bar for what makes good pizza. Started as a mobile business by husband and wife team John and Maria Kopper, Bella Fuoco opened
R&B Breakfast Club has been a breakfast staple for the city of Cheyenne since its inception in 1997. Founder and owner Bill Garcia started R&B Breakfast Club back on Oct. 15, 1997, and never envisioned it would become the restaurant it is today. “My original plan was just to do breakfast delivery,” Garcia said. “I
I rarely go out to eat at a restaurant and when I do it’s always with friends. Going alone to check out Dad’s Cafe was a test of courage for me. I was so nervous. I didn’t know what to order, but the gentleman behind the counter started asking me what I like to eat.
College students are always looking for a good deal when it comes to food. 2 Doors Down has the answer when it comes to burgers. Jerry Inniss and his wife Sandy started 2 Doors Down in 2009 when they found out the current location was coming available two doors down from their pizza restaurant, Pizzeria