Cody, named for its legendary founder, Buffalo Bill Cody, remains as full of Old West adventure as it was during the days when Bill himself roamed Wyoming. Serving as the Eastern gateway to Yellowstone National Park, Cody is just a few miles away from pristine wilderness where actual buffalo can still be seen. The town attracts tourists and cowboys alike with reenactments of famous shoot-outs, restored frontier buildings and with the Cody Stampede, which the town hosts every July 4.
Things to do in Cody
5 based on 20 reviews
Hidden on a side street, this little eatery is open for lunch only M-F. It has limited menu items but they are tasty. Pies, cakes and pastries are really made from scratch. Mmmm!
4.5 based on 87 reviews
We are always seeking a good espresso drinks when traveling, and Rawhide Coffee turned out to be a real gem! Awesome espresso with a bazillion flavors, including a lot of sugar free flavors for lattes...puts Starbucks to shame. Delicious baked goods, and it looked like they had bagels and some sandwiches also. We had a piece of apple cranberry pie, cut right from the pie in front of us...ah-mazing. Warm and cozy on a very cold day. Lots of comfortable nooks to sit and use free wifi. Super nice people - lots of locals there. I saw a "one" rating from another rater - don't see how that's possible. Not sure of the hours, but if you love coffee like we do, go to Rawhide Coffee in Cody :)
4.5 based on 299 reviews
We took a chance on theThe Local, based on other reviews here. We were not disappointed. Given that the weather was heinous, I wouldn't have blamed them for closing, but they brought their game--no, really, elk and bison meatloaf. It rocked. Their special cocktail creations were rockin' as well. It's nice to have some choices in Cody that aren't fronts for the Wyoming Stockgrower's Association. Two thumbs up for The Local!
4.5 based on 77 reviews
We sell Old Fashioned Soda, Ice Cream, Ice Cream Soda, Shakes, Paninis, Sandwiches, Soups, and Pies. Box Lunches for groups.
We had lunch here last month and ordered a roast beef with french onions sandwich and a half of a Turkey pesto panini. Both sandwiches were very good. I wish I would have ordered the full size panini. Service was quick for our sandwiches but a little slow when we ordered dessert. Great place and great atmosphere. We would definitely stop in again when in the area.
4.5 based on 581 reviews
All you can eat Chuckwagon Dinner and Western Music Show with Award winning entertainers. Dinner includes: Chicken, Beef Brisket, Potatoes, Baked Beans, Applesauce, Caesar Salad, Cole Slaw, Corn Bread, Brownies, Lemonade and Coffee. Add Steak for $7. Beer and Wine available at additional cost. Located just 200 Yards from the Rodeo Grounds. Save Money for Dinner, Show and Rodeo by buying the Trifecta Ticket.
Typical western food quality good . All u could want to eat. The value here is the entertainment. The best western musical show we saw. Well worth the admission price. Great value and fun for the entire family.
4 based on 132 reviews
After a one block walk to dinner, we were happy to stop right next door to our motel after dinner where this DQ is located, right on the main thorough fare to Yellowstone from Cody, WY! The usual DQ products are offered, which all suit us just fine. The place was very busy on the warm, peak season. Next door in the local park people were eating their sundays and other DQ products on tables and chairs, just to eat outside.
4.5 based on 348 reviews
We noticed the number of locals eating breakfast at Our Place across the street from Cowboy Village and I can see why. The breakfast was excellent, filling and complete. Service was good and the bacon, eggs and hash browns were very satisfying. You have just got to love local Diners! Remember to take cash, they do not accept any type of credit or debit card.
4.5 based on 347 reviews
Home made baked goods, out of this world coffee and specialty drinks. Breakfast is served from 7am-12pm and everything is made from scratch. Lunch/Dinner offerings include fabulous salads, soup, chili, gourmet sandwiches, panini's, burgers and chili dogs. Drop in, you will be greeted with fantastic service and delicious food made fresh when you order. We are not a fast food establishment but we aim to make home styled, whole food for you to enjoy.
I'd heard about this place and it didn't meet my expectations. Staff were friendly and the service was good, but the restaurant needs a good cleaning and the food we had wasn't all that great. My husband ordered the biscuit and gravy. This place wraps it in a tortilla and placed about 2 tablespoons of gravy on it. As far as I'm concerned, that's just plain wrong. Good grief, tortillas and biscuit and gravy just shouldn't be served together. Sad. My breakfast was ok. Regular old eggs, bacon, hash browns and biscuit. Way too many potatoes. The biscuit was toasted. That's just plain wrong too. But, the jam that came was terrific. Oh, the coffee was awful- I like strong coffee but this stuff was way too strong and bitter. Doubt we'll try it again on our return trip.
4.5 based on 344 reviews
Irish Brewpub, serving 15 craft brews on tab and a menu with an Irish flare.
Had a large veggie burger on a bakery fresh cibatta roll, tasted wonderful. Unfortunately, lunch was pricey as I had too pay extra for a side salad. Several side choices were available with the sandwich but none were lower in calories or healthier choices so I paid the extra couple of dollars for a salad.
4 based on 306 reviews
Greasy and poor cappuccino! This place has good reviews, but food was not good, cappuccino horrible, not even close, and service was inattentive. We were waiting for coffee and finally they told us to use the dispenser. This was not crowded when we went.
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