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Anyone have any recommendations for Cheyenne WY?

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    Tha Groovin' Gourmet

    Leave town as quickly as possible?

    Sorry. Couldn't resist.

    WY is a chow wasteland for the most part.

    Much better food and the New Belgium Brewing Company (Fat Tire) tour can be had in Ft Collins, CO a bit south on I-25.

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      mike_in_denver

      Well, I wouldn't be quite that harsh on Cheyenne. You can get a good steak there. I'm not too sure what you're looking for, but Poor Richards on E. Lincoln Way for higher quality steak and seafood (hey it's only a hundred miles from Denver). The small restaurant in the Hitchin' Post Inn was always great when I lived there. They really tried to be creative in their specials and pasta dishes. I enjoyed several of their veal entrees. The Little Bear Inn- about 15 miles north on I25- consisitent roadhouse; less formal.
      Good luck otherwise- plenty of chicken fried steak and truck stop food, otherwise.

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        Jerry Saywell

        We've enjoyed the Albany Restaurant, right across from the train station. Casual, affordable and walking distance to downtown. The train station is also a nice visit - it has undergone a great deal of restoration.

        Others we have recommended it to have also enjoyed it.

        Link: http://www.saywells.com

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          Jerry Saywell

          We've enjoyed the Albany Restaurant, right across from the train station. Casual, affordable and walking distance to downtown. The train station is also a nice visit - it has undergone a great deal of restoration.

          Others we have recommended it to have also enjoyed it.

          Link: http://www.saywells.com

          1. The Cheyenne Cattle Company is fantastic...located in the Hitching Post. The Albany is good...but I've only had lunches there. Poor Richards is really good, located on Lincolnway, and then there is one of the best mexican restaurants on Lincolnway, very close to the Albany. But I still fantasize about the prime rib/steaks at the cheyenne cattle company. Good luck. CB Potts used to be there, don't know if it still is, but it is excellent, located near the Frontier Mall.