If you’re expecting country music and cowboy boots, that’s what you’ll get in Laramie, Wyoming, but you’ll also get a vegetarian food restaurant, more ethnic bistros than you have ever imagined, craft beer, craft cheese, craft ice cream, and craft chocolate. Unexpected? That’s Laramie, Wyoming. The Downtown is located next to an active railyard and periodically Laramie’s old buildings rumble as a train goes by, which happens fairly frequently. A large foot and bicycle bridge join the east and west sections of the town.
Whatever draws tourists to the Laramie area, they will discover all the amenities that round out a quaint western town. Cuisine ranges from breakfast, lunch, and dinner with vegetarian to steakhouse with Thai, Japanese, Mexican, Italian, and a variety of ethnic options. Enjoy a pint of creamy locally brewed beer and answer your morning cravings by checking out our variety of coffee shops, wood-fired pizza, artisan baked goods, and quaint hometown diners.