Dark. Lots of old regulars at the bar. May be better in summer when you can sit outside. Historic hotel. Lots to look st
Go into the bar on a Friday evening and listen to "real cowboys" talking about their week. People are very friendly, the drinks and food great. The dining room bar should not be missed as it was a gift from Queen Victoria (I believe her) and gorgeous! We had Sunday brunch in the dining hall and the food just never... 更多
Not new and shiny, but certainly a great piece of history. Stayed here while visiting the museum and it was fun. I imagine it would be a lot busier during the summer, but the food was hot and the beer was cold. Had a power outage which shut the bar (and neighborhood) down for a while. Very nice folks, and... 更多
Had a little light late lunch. Tuna sandwich and chicken wings. Both very good. Waitress told us about the Irma and the cherry wood bar. Nice historic location.
Had a quick lunch here on a weekend and had to wait a while considering there was not many patrons. The staff was friendly. The burger was very tough over cooked and the french dip was mostly bread very little meat. It should have only been half a sandwich considering the amount of meat sitting in it. Yes they pile... 更多
The Irma is a national historic site but the food is not historic-instead very much up to date. The atmosphere is old west modern and very suited to families. When in Cody dont miss a chance to visit the Irma.
Cassie's is a landmark in Cody. It was a whorehouse back in the days of the wild west and is now a restaurant/bar/dance hall. The atmosphere is true west. You won't find a better place to kick up your heels, do some line dancing, and mingle with the locals. The Sunday brunch is wonderful and the dinner menu is full... 更多