Special deals and special meals are on the menu, as more than ten restaurants across Laramie County are participating in the first ever Cheyenne Restaurant Week. The seven day event, April 3-9, highlighting culinary excellence is a combined effort between the restaurant community and Visit Cheyenne.

Restaurants will offer prix fixe meal options at special price points during the week. Steamboats Steak and Smokehouse is offering a lunch deal that includes soft drink, steak sandwich and dessert for just $10. While Hathaway’s Restaurant is offering patrons a chance to mix and match three salads, three entrees and three desserts for $20 or $25.  Diners can see all of the menu offerings on our dedicated restaurant week website..

Visit Cheyenne CEO Darren Rudloff says restaurant week is an opportunity to showcase Cheyenne’s underrated restaurant scene, “We wanted to give our chefs a chance to shine during a week dedicated to our restaurants. Cheyenne has a diverse culinary scene and one that we take for granted sometimes. This week gives us a chance to highlight the restaurants, chefs and service staff that put out a great product all of the time.”

Visit Cheyenne is supporting the week with a website, and promotion across several media platforms.  “We are excited to get the word out about restaurant week,” Rudloff said, “our restaurants have great stories to tell, and we are happy to assist them in that effort.”

Confirmed restaurants include, Morris House Bistro, Wyoming’s Rib and Chop House, Hathaway’s, the Luxury Diner, Wheatgrass Seafood and Steak (formerly the Capitol Grill), Steamboat’s Steak and Smokehouse, the Pie Lady, the Nagle Warren Mansion, Senator’s Steakhouse at Terry Bison Ranch, Re-0-Na, and Jackson’s Sports Grill.

Restaurants who have not signed up can still join in the promotion by reaching out to Laura Levi at Visit Cheyenne.