If you find yourself road tripping or traveling through the Rocky Mountains or Yellowstone Park in Wyoming, you’re sure to get hungry for some good eats. You’ll need a lot of fuel for all of the natural beauties you’ll be seeing and conquering during your stay. Between sight seeing, hiking, backcountry skiing, or fishing, the list of “to-do’s” in Wyoming are never ending! Make your stay worthwhile with some recommended restaurants to enjoy while you’re here.
Picas Mexican Taqueria
Voted Best Mexican and Best Margarita in Jackson! The menu is simple and delectable yet elevated to perfection. Don’t miss the Posole or “hominy” traditional Mexican stew; it’s a fan favorite. Have at a margarita and try a couple of items on the menu after your day in Jackson Hole; you (hopefully) deserve it! Happy hour from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm and open 7 days a week, this place is authentic and fresh.
Located in Jackson, this historic log cabin has a snug feel to pair with its home cooked classics. They have the longest brunch hours and the earliest happy hour in town (brunch ends and happy hour begins at 3pm). Just half a block from Town Square in Jackson Hole, take a load off and get a cocktail and their signature “Pig Candy” before you hit the town.
The Bread Basket
Nothing beats the smell of fresh bread—besides eating it. This is the perfect place for a sandwich, soup/salad combo to get you fueled up for the day’s happenings in Cheyenne. The secret ingredient to their bread winning recipe is honey, so you can get a hint of sweetness no matter what you order. This is a family run place and a perfect place to bring yours.
Craving fluffy biscuits, hash browns and green chili done the right way? This place is about as local as it can get but you can bet you’ll be a part of the family by the time you leave. Affordable prices, heavy portions, and dynamite service, there’s really nothing to top this diner in the middle of Casper, WY. Wherever you’re heading in Wyoming, make a note to go out of your way to Casper and have a relaxing (and filling) meal at Sherrie’s Place.
Whether you’re coming in or out of Yellowstone, this Bistro is located right near the entrance in Dubois. The ambience is perfectly calming and the food is said to be out of this world for such a small and relatively underwhelming town. The freshness and creativity, will have you giving your hats off to the chef; one can tell a lot of effort goes into keeping this place unique and extraordinary.
There’s so much to see and do in Wyoming and if you want to do it the right way, stop by Sonny’s RV’s and get you and your travel companions riding in style in a new or used RV. We have a stocked inventory that will suit your every need. Located in Casper, come see us and let us help you elevate your trip across Wyoming.
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