Restaurants located near by that guests will enjoy
Our Favored Restaurants: May, 2008
We are always pleased to assist, advice, or make recommendations for restaurants. Sometimes it is fun to read the reviews and then the menu. We do keep more up to date than this listing, so please check with us.
These reviews focus on our guest’s needs. One day you may want a fine dine and another day, Mexican, so there is a wide range of offerings. The restaurants chosen are reasonably consistent in the quality of their food and in their service. The atmosphere of the restaurants, while varied, are all interesting. You will find that all of the restaurants offer excellent value.
Currently, none of the restaurants in Cheyenne take reservations. However the wait is seldom longer than 20 minutes. We can also call to find if a restaurant is busy.
Please let us know when you are leaving for dinner so that we can provide you with turn-down service.
We try to check out these and other restaurants regularly. Your experience is important to keep us up to date on what our guests are wanting and liking. Please let us know how you enjoy your dining experience.
The Albany Restaurant
This Café offers very good food in a very casual setting. We call it 1950’s food. It is located five blocks from here across the street from the Cheyenne Depot Plaza in an old hotel building that Adolph Coors owned for a while. The atmosphere is simple with booths and old Cheyenne photographs on the walls. The Prime Rib and the Open-Faced Hot Turkey Sandwich are exemplary. Serving lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday. Seating lunch 11 am to 5 pm and dinner 5 pm to 9 pm.
The Capitol Grill is located in the Plains Hotel, a three-block walk. The restaurant, restored in 2001, reflects the 1930’s lightly noisy businessman’s bar and restaurant. The menu is limited upscale with a full bar. Serving lunch and dinner daily from 11:00 am until 9:00 pm.
Mexican food is the flair of this fun well decorated restaurant. Located a block and a half from us on Lincolnway, it is also convenient. The colors and music of Mexico provide the backdrop for a fun and flavorful meal. Serving lunch and dinner daily from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm.
The best greasy spoon in five states, this local jewel is housed in an old trolley car with some fun train memorabilia. The menu is just what you imagine. Serving breakfast and lunch seven days a week. 1401 West Lincolnway, right on Lincolnway about 1 1/2 miles on the left.
Morris House Bistro This little upscale bistro offers up great food, service, & ambiance. The menu features a touch of southern low country. Open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings and Sunday Brunch. reservations are suggested and may be made online. It's just 4 and a half blocks north at 2114 Warren Ave. The house has a promanate history.
Nagle Warren Mansion
Poor Richard’s Restaurant
2 Doors Down
2 Doors Down is a gourmet hamburger quick service restaurant. After ordering you can be seated and the server delivers your food. It's a comfortable atmosphere and only a block to the right when you go out the front door. Lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday.
Sanford’s Pub and Grub
Shadows Brewery Pub
Twin Dragon Restaurant
Hathaway's Restaurant at Little America Hotel
"America's Only Authentic Sliceria" This Pizzeria offers a casual atmosphier where you can find over 20 kinds of hand -made pizza by the slice, or any of the assorted menu items, not limited to- but including baked pastas, timpanini, salads, soups, and desserts. They have a wine and beer license and you may get the food to go. Easy and only a block away. Monday through Saturday 11:00 AM until 9PM