The Bozeman Trail Inn Near Sheridan boasts Wyoming's Oldest Bar

By Brandon Lowe on May 9, 2011 at 6:59 pm EST
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PHOTO CREDIT: Jeff Adkins

Since 1882, the Bozeman Trail Inn in Big Horn has operated as the Sheridan area’s premier watering hole.

Inside, customers can enjoy top-shelf alcohol and a beer selection that changes with the season. The tin-roofed, wood-slatted building contains a fireplace and a pool table and seats 176 customers inside. Another 80 can sit outside during the summer, making the bar ideal for gatherings large and small.

“We have a broad range of customers,” says owner Clint Sheperd. “The ambience here is great.”

The steakhouse and bar combine to create the perfect place for a weekend night out. The restaurant serves beef, seafood, chicken and pasta.

And thanks to a half-million-dollar renovation completed in 2006, the historic business has a fresh look and feel.

“The building has been beautifully restored,” Sheperd says. “It’s really pretty cool.”

 

 

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