Prime Rib and a Gunfight at The Irma Hotel in Cody, Wyoming

If living history is your thing, then dinner at the Irma Hotel will be a night to remember.  It isn’t just the food, but the combination of food, entertainment and history lesson that makes a visit to the Irma Hotel special.  “Buffalo Bill” Cody built the hotel in 1902 and named it for his youngest…

Lunch at the Old Faithful Inn in Yellowstone National Park

Visitors to Yellowstone National Park go to see the world-famous Old Faithful Geyser and to view wildlife in America’s first national park.  It is easy to work up an appetite after a morning hike and meditative, mesmerizing geyser watching experience.  Until I dined at the Old Faithful Inn, my perception of National Park eats was…

Cody Steakhouse in Cody, Wyoming

“Buffalo Bill” Cody passed through this area in the 1870s, then returned in the 1890s to start a town.  The town of Cody, Wyoming was incorporated in 1901.  Cody, Wyoming is the eastern gateway town into Yellowstone National Park.  Only 10,000 people call Cody home, but many more visitors pass through town each year on…