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3 based on 33 reviews
We stopped here for lunch on a Sunday. Restaurant itself is nothing fancy. Extremely friendly service. Waitress went out of her way to try to accommodate our special dietary needs. We had the patty melt and hot roast beef sandwich. Both were very satisfying - tasted like homemade!
4 based on 27 reviews
âSaloon of the Old Westâ. Featuring 1800âs cherry wood bar. Includes lounge and spirits. Pool Tables, Darts, Music and Entertainment. Famous âSmoker Burgerâ - Smokehouse Â½ lb. Hamburger, with grilled onions or Wisconsin style with cheese and mushrooms. Do
First thing to note is this is a bar - not a restaurant. They do serve some food, and the burgers are pretty tasty.Be prepared for smoke.Friendly locals playing pool, darts, and other bar games. Lots of local gossip.Stop by for a cold beer and a pretty decent burger (or tacos on Tuesday night).Check their facebook page for the 'password' to get $0.50 off your first beer.But, don't bring the kids - this is a bar.
4 based on 33 reviews
All-American family restaurant. Burgers, fries, root beer, & more!
We got there near closing around 8pm and that may explain the slow service and not so good food. The hamburgers were just okay. Other fast food restaurants have better for lower prices. We did enjoy the A&W rootbeer but prefer places were you can refill.
4 based on 38 reviews
We were just passing through on a road trip and picked this restaurant based on Trip Advisor. Had a tossed salad, we each had a 7" pizza and a beer. Moderately priced, fresh and filling, and especially very courteous service. I'd recommend it.
4 based on 37 reviews
My mom and I were traveling around the Bighorns, exploring for the day, and I picked out this restaurant based on its great reviews. What a great! A cool historic building, super nice and interesting owner and staff. One issue is that the restaurant can only be accessed by a steep staircase down, so be aware if your mobility is limited. We wanted to try their steak, and I love a good ribeye but 16 oz was extreme for us. The waitress couldn't have been nicer about us splitting a dish! Lots of times when you ask to split there is a grumble or an eye roll, but she said "great choice! It will be perfect for you all!" The dinner came with the steak cut in half, and we each had our own small potato. I was touched by how they handled it.The beer and wine list was very good, the steak was perfect, hard seared crust, perfectly medium rare like we ordered, and tender and delicious. Even the salad was quite good, if unremarkable. Greybull isn't much of a town, but I would easily drive an hour out of my way to hit this spot again.
5 based on 26 reviews
Yummy Diner food: Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Fresh hand made 1/3 lb patty hamburgers made daily, 18 different specialty burgers to choose from. Chicken sandwiches, variety of lettuce salads and fresh side dishes. Also homemade cinnamon rolls, ma
Everyone seemed to know each other here (it is a small town). Food was good and prices reasonable. The atmosphere is interesting with local high school memorabilia since the early 1900s. Service was friendly. Locals are lucky because this is a great place, but we may never have a chance to eat here again since we were just passing through on a 7,000 mile road trip.
4 based on 78 reviews
In the Historic Greybull Hotel.
This is a national historic building that has been extraordinarily maintained with lovely rooms and amenities throughout. We were met at our car and invited in to the front desk. The Woman was so much fun to talk with and shared all sorts of information about the area, sites and restaurants. She was great!She escorted me to our room with a king bed and shower. The room had bright windows out to the street and was airy and comfortable. It was spotless. A special coffee-lounge was set up on the second floor that made it easy to get our morning coffee fresh. The toilet was across the hall from our room, a few steps, and was also perfectly clean. Some rooms have their own toilet and others have kitchenettes...be sure to specify your needs.Please be aware there is no elevator and the stairway is steep but wide. Ask for a room on the ground floor if the stairs are an issue. We would stay here again but get a ground level room. The Hotel is a terrific place and so well done. You will probably feel like you are stepping back in time.Thank You Historic Greybull Hotel!Cheers!BlueWaterSailor Thank You
4 based on 217 reviews
We were visiting on the 4th of July and literally every other restaurant was closed. We were extremely surprised by the quality of the food and service at Lisa's. We sat out at the patio which was adorably decorated. The food was fabulous! Some of the best food we ate on our entire vacation. We especially enjoyed the pork pasta and the nachos!
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