This is one great Mom and Pop type restaurant, basic food done very well. The pea soup was full of veggies and ham, the BLT was loaded with BACON !!! I mean what's the point of a BLT that you have to hunt for the...More
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We were very surprised by this authentic little jewel in the middle of Dubois. Family owned and operated and the food was homemade. The corned beef hash was excellent and the bison burger was outstanding. We got some homemade soup to go and it was...More
You don't have to be a cowboy to eat here. I was hungry when I came here, I wasn't when I left. Great portions for the price.
Obviously a popular choice for breakfast for locals and tourists. Big hearty fare on offer for my starving husband whilst I went for something a little more dainty. It was really good! Endless coffee, quick, efficient service and very good value. Would thoroughly recommend.
We pulled into town not expecting a lot (it's WAY far away from anything). We asked at the Stagecoach Inn where to eat and this is where she sent us. Was she right! The food is americana, with lots of beef and fish, often with...More
Excellent and very popular place for breakfast. We were seated at a large community table in the center and met some interesting locals (and travelers) who were our table mates at one time or another. Everyone was friendly and it just added to an already...More
Great food, and great service. Just what I expect a Wyoming restaurant to be. The Cowboy is a gorgeous scenic 2 1/2 hour drive from my house, but I would make the trip regularly just for the food. Also the best pie I have found...More
We know we are in the west when we enter this place. Nothing fancy, but friendly and love the food (especially the homemade soups and the pies.) When we are lucky enough to catch when fishing, they will fix the trout for us! Sometimes have...More