In Sweetwater County, the number of dining options is, in a word, diverse. It starts with a popular destination in an unlikely place.
Popular Restaurant in Local Hospital
“The café at Memorial Hospital is different than a normal hospital café in that we do actual exhibition cooking/carving stations in the dining room,” says Executive Chef and Director of Nutrition Allen Blankenship.
Tuesdays usually involve meat or poultry at the carving station, while pastas or fajitas are at the action station on Thursday. “We also do any and all outside caterings and in-house caterings/meetings. And from the same kitchen, we also serve our patients from a room-service style menu,” Blankenship says.
Other Great Restaurants in Sweetwater County
No county or small town is complete without food that captures its spirit. Sweetwater County has that covered as well.
For starters, Grub’s Drive-In has been a community fixture since 1946. Popular among its diners are the shamrock burger, extra-thick milkshakes and "Nutritionally Incorrect Diner" T-shirts.
That Yogurt Place is locally owned and operated and offers not only delicious frozen yogurt, but its health benefits as well – though visitors can add plenty of candy and cookie toppings if they like.
The 9 Iron Grill brings an Italian taste to the White Mountain Golf Course with a stunning view of trees, a stream, pond and the course’s driving range. No club membership is needed to feast on the variety of pastas, pizzas, steaks, salads and sandwiches.
Other grill-icious Sweetwater locations include the Remedies Grill and the locally owned Santa Fe Southwest Grill, which serves rare and tasty dishes such as stuffed sopapillas and Navajo tacos. For a change of cuisine pace, hungry patrons can head to Siam King, which serves Japanese and Thai fare.
Plenty of rants and raves are made about Cowboy Donuts, where fresh donuts and kolaches are made from scratch each day, along with pastries and drinks. Cowboy Donuts will be featured on an upcoming eposide of the Food Network's Donut Wars.
Café Rio, a regional chain whose sole Wyoming location rests in Sweetwater County, makes every meal a masterpiece with USDA beef and pork, along with green chiles from Mexico and desserts made right in the restaurant, won’t be disappointed when they stop by.
Just a few miles over in Green River lies Krazy Moose and Arctic Circle. Krazy Moose offers weekly specials such as stuffed peppers filled with ground beef, corn and tomatoes topped with a cheddar cheese sauce, and smoked salmon pasta.
Arctic Circle heats things up with Black Angus burgers, halibut, fries and chicken, along with their famous above-the-rim shakes and malts.
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