Dining Options in Gillette, WY
No need to travel far: Gillette offers a variety of restaurants, with something for everyone.
There’s no need to travel to some distant city to find great dining options. The Campbell County area offers a variety of restaurants, with something to please everyone’s palate.
Hearty Steaks and Fresh Local Ingredients
If you’re hungry for a great steak or a meal prepared with fresh local ingredients, the Campbell County area offers a number of excellent restaurants to choose from. Open Range Steakhouse, located in Wright, serves a variety of beef, chicken and seafood dishes, including a 32-ounce ribeye and a 20-ounce sirloin steak for two. The restaurant also features entrees made from buffalo “purchased directly from the Durham Buffalo Ranch that lies to our immediate north,” says general manager Alan Waner. “The veranda of the restaurant also offers guests a breathtaking view of this time-honored ranch.”
Located near the North Dakota border in Beulah, Buffalo Jump Saloon & Steak House serves top-quality beef and a wide variety of other seafood, chicken and pasta dishes in a casual, Old West-style atmosphere with rustic wooden floors and an old-time bar.
Stop at the Skyline Grille in Gillette for a selection of house specialties made from locally raised beef, buffalo or lamb.
“We are unique in our effort to use as many local and Wyoming-raised products as possible,” says owner Mark Larson. “Our food is made from scratch, even our vegetables are hand-cut. We also have a large selection of wines.”
Coffee, Sandwiches and Much More
Mountain Mudd Espresso in Gillette offers an extensive menu of coffee, tea and frozen drinks. Owners Chipper and Evert Hill also tout the addition of other tasty menu options for breakfast and lunch, such as their oversized breakfast burritos, muffins, selection of sandwiches and homemade chili.
Expresso Lube, also located in Gillette, features coffee, tea, smoothies and an eclectic mix of flavorful daily lunch specials. Try the tomato-basil ravioli soup, beef stew in a bread bowl or, on the third Friday of every month, the Cajun-inspired crawfish etouffee.
In the mood for Mexican food? Las Margaritas in Gillette serves a wide variety of south-of-the-border favorites. Have the nachos ranchos or jalapeno poppers for an appetizer, then order chiles rellenos, chicken flautas or one of eight combination dishes for your entree. Las Margaritas also offers seven specialty margaritas to have along with your meal.
If Chinese food is more to your liking, stop by the Great Wall Restaurant, located just off Interstate 90 in Gillette. Here, you can choose from a diverse selection of traditional menu items, such as egg drop soup, moo goo gai pan, beef with broccoli or jumbo shrimp with snow peas.