Kemmerer is the largest city in and the county seat of Lincoln County, Wyoming, United States. The population was 2,656 at the 2010 census. As the county seat of Lincoln County, Kemmerer is the location of the Lincoln County Courthouse.
Things to do in Kemmerer
4.5 based on 96 reviews
We ate dinner here on 9/5/17. The food was very good, the service was good and the decor/ambiance was OK. We enjoyed the enchiladas and burritos, thought the salsa was a bit spicy but tasty and had a good dinner.
Note: There are very limited restaurant options in Kemmerer and this is one of the better ones
3.5 based on 4 reviews
This Subway is in the other half of a Chevron service station. Since it was close to lunchtime I decided to pick up a sandwich. The sandwich was made to my order as with all of the other Subway's I've been to. The staff was fine but they didn't seem real happy as their register seemed to be acting up on them. It was a clean place and has the usual Subway fare.
4 based on 38 reviews
The Hams Fork Grill offers a variety of Lunch and Dinner offerings with friendly service, fresh ingredients, and home cooked recipes.
Since I knew that I would review restaurants when I returned from my trip, I wanted to spread out my experience over more than one restaurant. However, the food and service were so good here that I didn't bother trying any other location. It's very popular with locals, and I see why. Go and enjoy the good home cooking!
3 based on 21 reviews
Quick service, reasonable food, no better or worse than any other Pizza Hut I've been to. Pizzas were as ordered, hot and no cause for complaint. We certainly didn't have the problems with the service that other reviewers have experienced, so perhaps things have improved since earlier reviews.
4 based on 13 reviews
The town of Kemmerer seems quiet and quite a lot of places boarded up... this place seemed like one of our only options (as not a lot of 3G/4G reception to do any research).
We were not disappointed - looks modest from the roadside and indeed the furnishings/ambiance are pretty basic - as the welcome was sincere and the good all decent, swift to arrive and reasonably priced.
Almost exactly 2.5 hours drive south of Jackson Hole (if heading south) and I would say the best option for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner within that range.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
I've eaten 2 of their pizzas, the scroungy bandito and the meaty moose, both were stellar and a good portion for the $. Be warned though that the green chili on the bandito is hot and while the flavor is incredible you will pay for it the next day! Also bring cash as they don't accept credit cards. I'll be back!
4 based on 25 reviews
22 oz rib eye for $27 ? Big enough to share for the two of us, including a plate of the salad bar! The salad bar was a bit limited, but adequate – greens, cucumbers, beets, olives, banana peppers, sunflower seeds, bacon bites, croutons and over a half dozen dressing choices. I think tomatoes and or another vegetable would have been nice, but not sure about their availability and cost up here. Maybe a squash ?? All things considered, it was a side salad similar in composition to other steak houses …. And besides, we were here for the meat !
Anyways, the meat was well cooked and tasty; hardly any gristle or fatty chunks. I liked the jus better than steak sauce. Limited selection of beer and wine, since they have just a small nook for alcoholic beverages ….
It seemed fairly busy with locals and visitors for a Wednesday night; if you want to eat here on your schedule, it might be worthwhile to make a reservation, especially if you have a large group of people ….
3.5 based on 14 reviews
Quite a few menu options if you take the time to really look at the menu. Make sure to ask about portion sizes. They were smaller than expected. Prices were ok. The staff was friendly but forgot a few things. The food did taste quite good and would be happy to go back for a fast lunch.
5 based on 2 reviews
Passing through Kemmerer on a cold winter morning and grabbed coffee at this charming and excellent shop. Opposite pretty Post Office building and a block from the original J.C. Penney store. Day we were there, the owner's son Jackson was making the coffee and great conversation. Would have been fun to hang out longer. Thanks!
3.5 based on 3 reviews
For those who travel to small, non-touristy towns, this restaurant is very typical of Chinese restaurants in these towns. The restaurant is located in the "triangle" downtown where the Home Store of JC Penny is located (yes it started here). Very basic decor, decent menu selection. Service is good, I believe the wife waitresses and the husband cooks. The food is good, the pot stickers are deep fried but good. The tempura batter is a little thick on the shrimp. The fried rice is OK. The only thing that I didn't like was the chow mein, which was 90% celery. The servings are very substantial - unless you're very hungry it will feed two and the MSG isn't overdone. For a small town with a limited selection of restaurants, this needs to be on your list. I'll go back.
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