A wood-slat building with a false front and tin roof, this is the oldest operating bar in Wyoming, established in 1882. The inn's only sign is painted on a mock covered wagon that's perched above the door. The kitchen serves standard burgers and sandwiches for lunch, steak and seafood for dinner, and prime rib on weekends. Try the 14-ounce hand-cut buffalo rib-eye steak.
158 Johnson St., Big Horn, Wyoming, 82801, United States