Please join us on Saturday night at Laramie's Historic Railroad Depot for a lasagna dinner!  [Details]
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There are lots of places to eat in Laramie, from fast food and chains to locally owned and one-of-a-kind. Here are our notes on a few, to tempt you:

  • Laramie Farmer's Market: Friday afternoons from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Grand Avenue at 1st Street in downtown Laramie.

  • Turtle Rock Coffee: Great breakfast burritos. Tasty soups, salads, sandwiches, muffins and gelato. 270 N 9th St.

  • Sweet Melissa: Vegetarian. 213 S 1st St.

  • Coal Creek Coffee: Outdoor seating next to the plaza downtown. 110 Grand Ave.

  • Bailey's Restaurant and Patio: A favorite is the chili in a bread bowl. 2410 E Grand Ave.

  • Grand Avenue Pizza: Lunch buffet of pasta, pizza, and salad at a very fair price. Monday through Friday, 11:30 am to 1:30 pm. 301 E Grand Ave.

  • McAlisters: Deli sandwiches, soup, and salad. 2317 E Grande Ave.

  • Prairie Rose Cafe: Great diner with hearty breakfasts and chicken fried steak. 410 S 2nd St.

  • Jeffrey's Bistro: A really tasty pot-pie. 123 E Ivinson.

  • Altitude Chophouse: Steaks, etc. The burgers are great. 320 S 2nd St.

  • The Library Sports Grill and Brewery: Original beers brewed on site. 1622 E Grande Ave.

  • Cavalryman Supper Club: On the grounds of historic Ft. Sanders, established 1866. Open evenings and weekends, serving game, steaks, and fish. Highway 287, one mile south of downtown.

  • Big Hollow Food Co-op: The largest selection of organic, local, and sustainable produce available in Laramie. 119 S 1st St.

  • Restaurant Coupons:  From the Albany County Tourism Board.

Restaurant suggestions courtesy of our Kathleen Brennan (Lodging Coordinator), Brooke Mann, and Rudy Schwarz.

This Page Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 August 2012 13:02