Reviews on Bar food in Laramie, Wyoming, United States. Formerly a lawless frontier town, known for wild saloons and vigilante justice, Laramie is now a quiet college town, popular with outdoor enthusiasts as well as history buffs. Over twenty sites in and around Laramie are on the National Register of Historic Places, including the Wyoming Territorial Prison, which once held Butch Cassidy. The town is conveniently located between the Laramie Range and the Medicine Bow Mountains, making the area a paradise for mountain bikers, climbers and campers.
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3 based on 102 reviews
A big thank you to the Manager, Peyton, for hosting a fabulous Veteran's Day Remembrance. They had a special Vet's menu which I ordered the Fiesta Lime Chicken. We also ordered the Crispy Chicken Salad. The grandson's ordered the kid's burger and the kid's chicken tenders. All entrees were exceptional and the presentation was equally exceptional. Peyton worked the crowd welcoming the Vets, passed out coupons for money off a future entree and spent time at each table getting to know the Vets. He came by our table three times making sure that everything met our satisfaction. Peyton was leadership on duty!!! We have been to several of the remembrances at the Laramie Applebee's and they have always been very well done. Our grandsons love this restaurant and we will be back frequently. Give this Applebees a try and be sure to say "HI" to Peyton - leadership at it's best.
3 based on 65 reviews
Ordered the shrimp and classic steak. It's a good thing I ordered the full order of shrimp as there was barely enough for a child. Both orders were in one small container. The broccoli was good but the potatoes was a small container supposedly for two people. The price was expensive for what we received.
4 based on 62 reviews
O'Dwyers Public House is a "Mom & Pop" restaurant. The owners, Deirdre O'Dwyer, James Grimes, Siobhan Rowell and Dwight Rowell are all family and at least one is usually there. We opened in 2013 in this location with our roots going back much further. Our
We were in town for a family ski trip and chose O'Dwyers for an evening meal. We had been driving all day and were ready to relax with an adult beverage. We enjoyed having the Irish Pub fare. I had the Colcannon and found it very tasty. Everyone was pleased with their meals and service.
4 based on 27 reviews
Speedgoat is Downtown Laramie's Local Burrito & Street Taco Shop. Featuring gourmet global flavors, craft cocktails on draft, weekly specials and daily happy hour. Our aim is to provide a fun, laid back environment of the highest quality to enjoy some uni
Service was good the food was not. I got a chicken burrito it was ok but nothing really special about it. My wife ordered a pork burrito and when she got it the pork was sour and bad. I saw her picking through it and asked her what was wrong and she said it did not taste right. I tried a piece of the pork and it was sour, the pork had spoiled. We sent it back and she got a vegetable burrito which she ate but it is not what she wanted. It also had Velvetta on it as a topping that they called a queso. Then when we get the check they charged us for the sour pork burrito (it was more expensive) and not the vegetable burrito that she actually could actually eat. That told me they care more about profits than customer satisfaction. We will not be back. If I want imitation Mexican food I can go to Taco Bell and get food that is not spoiled.We are sorry to hear about your experience with us and thank you for the feedback. We are also sorry our server did not refund you the difference for your burrito that you did not find to your liking. We would like to make the situation right and ask you to email us at [email protected] should want to try to rectify the situation. Please let us know if you email that you left a review on TripAdvisor since we can not see your name. Thank you
4 based on 196 reviews
We stopped in for a couple of pints and enjoyed the ambiance of this longtime bar in downtown Laramie. As the title suggests, we felt it to be more of a local hangout, and enjoyed bellying up to the bar and making small talk with the patrons. There are quite a few choices for bars in this town - this is an able competitor.
4 based on 87 reviews
Stopped by about 6:45 on a Saturday night and it was very busy, but we were seated within two minutes. Tables are pretty close together and makes exiting a bit difficult. Food was very good. We split the Chicken Fried Steak dinner, wedge salad and had a baked potato. All were huge! We took the potato home. The chicken fried steak was crispy and tender and filled the plate. Salad was very good. It was a great meal to split. Server seemed confused by my drink order . . . vodka on the rocks with olives. Had to come back twice to ask about it. When it arrived, it was vodka straight up (warm) with some olives. I just added the ice from my water.
4 based on 208 reviews
WELCOME TO LOVEJOYâS BAR & GRILL Where the menu is creative, the beer is cold and the service is always friendly! Lovejoyâs is located in the heart of downtown Laramie, Wyoming where we have been delivering our special style of casual hospitality for over
We went here for lunch based on a locals recommendation. Modern, upscale locals on the corner right on one of the main streets. Had their drink specials, yummy. Good selection, I chose the taco salad, and my friend, a panini. Good value for the price. Friendly waitstaff. Would go again!
4 based on 176 reviews
opened mid june 2012 - incredible local-sourced burgers & pizza & beer til midnite. Just exactly what this town needed!
I recently spent a couple of days in Laramie and the desk person at my hotel recommended this restaurant. First night: my husband and I went to Crowbar for burgers. The service was quick and friendly and our food was absolutely delicious. The meat was locally sourced and it tasted very fresh. Second night: we went back to try the pizza. It also was really exceptional with a crisp crust and very nicely balanced flavors. If you only have one night in Laramie you may have to choose but, burgers or pizza, you will be impressed. The atmosphere was casual and fun!
4 based on 219 reviews
Born in a Barn is a full-service bar & grill, serving 12 varieties of chicken wings, 16 varieties of burgers, hot dogs, and a wide variety of beer
Upon a recommendation from a local business, we decided to try Born in a Barn for lunch one weekend. We had to wait about 30 minutes for a table, but service was friendly and our server took our order promptly once seated. The menu is somewhat limited in that the main offerings are wings, burgers, hot dogs, and appetizers. That said, food is very rich and diners do not leave hungry. A full bar service is also available. Atmosphere is pub super casual, with a few tables of outdoor seating.We ordered the Barnchos to start. These nachos were made with house-made potato chips, queso, BBQ pork, bacon, cheddar cheese and spicy sauce. The portion was actually large enough for several people to share. That said, we split a Naughty Burger with fries and a side of onion rings. All food was served hot and fresh. Our favorite part of the meal was the Barnchos, which were crispy even smothered with all the toppings. The onion rings were decent, but the fries were soggy. Our burger was just okay and super greasy, perhaps because of the double meat patties.Bottom line: We would return to Born in a Barn for appetizers again in the future.
4 based on 704 reviews
Altitude Chophouse and Brewery focuses on hand crafting a high quality chophouse fare, created through culinary techniques and fused with Western Heritage. We take great pride in our hand crafted beers, along with our many numerous dietary options includi
We eat at the Altitude year after year on trips to Wyo. The menu is varied, changes seasonally, and is always appealing.We had tuna, salmon, beef and pork! Good food and drinks. Already looking forward to next year!Recommended.
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