September 12, 2023

Discovering Cheyenne: The Top Brunch Spots for Food Lovers

Get ready to brunch your way through Cheyenne! Whether it's fluffy pancakes, hearty egg dishes, or epic bloody marys you're craving, we've got the rundown on the best brunch hotspots in town. Say goodbye to your morning hangriness in Cheyenne - the brunch capital of Wyoming!

Richard Gargan
Richard Gargan
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Discovering Cheyenne: The Top Brunch Spots for Food Lovers
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Rise and shine Cheyenne, it's brunch time! Wake up to the savory symphony of Cheyenne's brunch scene, where the bountiful plates echo the broad Wyoming horizons and the mimosas shine as bright as our radiant sunsets. Delight your senses as we plate up the true flavor of the wild west in a roundup of the best brunch spots in town. Saddle up, wrangle your appetite, and let's embark on a culinary ride into the heart of Cheyenne, the city where brunch isn't just a meal, but a vibrant rendezvous of culinary delight. Come cherish the rendezvous at Cheyenne!

Paramount Cafe

1607 Capitol Ave, Cheyenne

(307) 634-2576

Reviewed by:

Diane Sharma

The Paramount Cafe in downtown Cheyenne is an absolute gem, tucked away in an old theater building. I adored the quirky decor and the staff were nothing short of wonderful. The variety of beverages on offer left me spoilt for choice, all of them mouthwateringly delicious. It's the perfect spot to cool off on a hot day and has a lovely, laid-back atmosphere. The exterior patio adorned with bold, enchanting murals is a must-see. I fell in love with the Chai and Butter Beer and utterly enjoyed the gluten-free, vegetarian breakfast bowl scramble. They also serve up excellent coffee drinks and a divine smoothie complete with popping bobba, all at surprisingly affordable prices. I wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone visiting Cheyenne and will definitely be making a point to visit every time I'm in town. Their Caramalicious coffee is simply to die for. This charming old-century cafe, with its friendly service and exceptional offerings, is the epitome of a local business worth supporting.

Omelet House

216 E 17th St, Cheyenne

(307) 514-0487

Reviewed by:

Blanca Patel

During a recent trip to Cheyenne, my wife and I discovered the gem that is The Omelette House. Their eclectic setting, in an actual old house, added an extra layer of charm to our brunch experience. Their service was top-notch, attentive without being overbearing, and the food was absolutely delightful. My omelet was a surprising treat, enveloped in a punchy green chili salsa, complemented perfectly by the hash browns and a biscuit smothered in gravy. An unexpected bonus was the complimentary cinnamon roll we received for being first-time visitors, leaving us feeling absolutely satisfied and eager for our next visit. Their menu offerings extend beyond simply omelettes, catering to a variety of palates with a delicious mix of western and southern breakfast options. The staff were friendly and efficient, and the unique decor added to the overall ambiance. It's definitely a family-friendly establishment. One playful complaint would be their dual offering of country gravy and green chili sauce - it made choosing incredibly difficult! However, my wife ingeniously opted for half-and-half on her breakfast burrito, an option I highly recommend. If you're in Cheyenne, take a detour from the standard hotel breakfast, and treat yourself to the delectable dining experience at The Omelette House. Five stars from us!

Rail Yard - Coffee Haus & Eatery

1620 E Pershing Blvd #120, Cheyenne

(307) 514-5055

Reviewed by:

Antonio Loague

If you're looking for a great brunch spot, Rail Yard - Coffee Haus & Eatery in Cheyenne is my top pick! They offer a range of delicious menu items, even catering to those of us who require gluten-free fare. I really enjoyed the big breakfast boy – the portion sizes are hearty and the taste is delightful. Even during the busy Frontier Days, the staff managed to stay on top of things, delivering orders accurately and with a smile. As a self-confessed coffee snob, I can assure you that their brews are top-notch. The atmosphere might seem a little mismatched with the name, but it remains very inviting. Plus, they've got a popular patio, perfect for enjoying your brunch outdoors. I can't recommend their Elvis avocado toast and breakfast burrito smothered in green chili enough, they're simply incredible! During one of my visits, I tried the Uncle Lou and was really impressed. It was the first satisfying breakfast I'd had on the road in a while; the eggs and bacon were fantastic, and the coffee was spot-on. The staff, especially the ladies at the counter, deserve a shoutout for their excellent service. One minor critique I would have is that they could perhaps better manage their food stock and staffing - we found that they were out of some menu items and the wait time was a tad long during Frontier Days. Nonetheless, I thoroughly enjoyed my experiences at the Rail Yard and can only wish we had such a fantastic eatery in Missouri!

R&B Breakfast Club

2102 E Lincolnway, Cheyenne

(307) 433-0023

Reviewed by:

Billie Osterhagen

My recent experience at the R&B Breakfast Club in Cheyenne was fantastic. It had been awhile since I dined in but the service and food were just as I remembered, if not better. Arriving early, around 6:30 a.m., I found the service to be good, prompt, and friendly. As always, the breakfast burrito, smothered in green chili, did not disappoint. This burrito is a must-have if you are in town. The restaurant has a unique setting with all the Elvis memorabilia adorning the walls. The hours of operation might seem limited, but it adds to the charm and encourages customers to make the time to visit. The generous portions and top-notch food, especially when smothered in red chili, make it worth the visit. Our server, Aspen, was not only great but also offered insightful tips on where to visit in the area. R&B Breakfast Club was without a doubt the perfect place to start our Cheyenne adventure. As an Elvis fan, I was drawn to it and the charming location paired with friendly staff did not disappoint. The burritos were served quickly and were both large and tasty. Although there was no Elvis music playing during my visit, I completely understand. I would highly recommend this place and would not hesitate to return if I'm ever in the area again. Lastly, my visit in April showed me a clean restaurant with a varied menu. I opted for the Black Plate, a breakfast burrito smothered in hot chili, and it was incredibly delicious. Overall, my experience was thoroughly enjoyable.

Diamond Horseshoe Cafe

404 Central Ave, Cheyenne

(307) 638-8255

Reviewed by:

Damaris Linda Milligan

From the moment I walked into Diamond Horseshoe Cafe in Cheyenne, I knew I was in for a delightful western dining experience. The food, service, and atmosphere was exactly what you'd expect and hope from a cozy, family-friendly diner. One of my favorite things about this place is their unique menu options. They serve what we Midwesterners endearingly call S.O.S - chip beef gravy over toast, and let me tell you, it was absolutely divine. The French toast was delectable and the basics of breakfast were executed perfectly, even on a busy day before a holiday. The ambiance here is friendly, quiet, and filled with a comforting family atmosphere. A combination of good food and good humor makes for a wonderful dining experience surrounded by great people. So I'd urge anyone to look past the exterior and really dive into the warmth this place has to offer. It's definitely worth the visit, every single time. We actually decided to stop here for breakfast during our long journey from SW Florida to NW Montana. The cafe might be small, but it's conveniently located off the highway and the portions they serve are generous, to say the least. The hash was loaded with meat, and the service was quick and friendly. To inject a little adventure into our meal, we couldn't resist trying out their Rocky Mountain oysters. If you're feeling bold, it's definitely worth the try! The only slight hiccup in our otherwise enjoyable experience was the mild Green Chile. As a spice lover, it didn't quite hit the spot for me. My wife's patty melt was decent, but nothing to write home about. The place could also do with a little sprucing up. However, don't let that deter you. All in all, I would highly recommend the Diamond Horseshoe Cafe for a hearty brunch. Their warm service paired with satisfying food makes for a wonderful start to the day.


904 W Pershing Blvd, Cheyenne

(307) 514-1590

Reviewed by:

Jim Andrade

My family and I had a wonderful dining experience at Espi's in Cheyenne. The French toast was adorable and tasted just as good. We also indulged in the smothered burrito and the smothered green chile breakfast burrito. The staff was incredibly accommodating and friendly. I particularly enjoyed Espi's spuds. The place was very clean, including the restroom. It was our first visit, but we thoroughly liked it. The menu is diverse and interesting, and I love that they serve breakfast throughout the day. The Philly Cheesesteak and mushroom burger we ordered were fantastic, with the latter taking the cake. The portions were generous and the onion rings were notably tasty. While the food was good, the service exceeded our expectations. Our waitress was kind and attentive. The food was served in a timely manner, which made our experience even better. We're certainly returning and we've been recommending Espi's to everyone we know. On a different occasion, I went in for a To Go order. I was warmly greeted by the server and the gal at the counter. Their handheld breakfast burritos - one ham and one chorizo, were delightfully delicious. What stood out was the atmosphere. The employees seemed genuinely happy which made our experience even more enjoyable. In total, a great experience and a place we'll definitely visit again.

Epic Egg Restaurants Cheyenne

2300 Carey Ave, Cheyenne

(307) 632-1002

Reviewed by:

Travis Robnett

As someone who appreciates a good breakfast spot, I was thrilled to come across Epic Egg Restaurant in Cheyenne. Their extensive menu has ample gluten-free options, an absolute boon for those of us with dietary restrictions. The cinnamon roll pancakes were nothing short of divine, perfectly complemented by their scrambled eggs and seasoned potatoes. The staff were incredibly friendly and helpful, enhancing the overall dining experience. In fact, I enjoyed my breakfast experience so much that I returned for a second visit the very next morning. Despite the bustling crowd of eager diners, my to-go order was prepared lightning-fast and with the same high quality as before. Leaving the restaurant with a hearty breakfast in hand and a queue of envious faces behind, I couldn’t help but smile. My absolute recommendation goes out to all my fellow gluten-sensitive brunch lovers. This is a must-visit spot! Not to forget my server, Bobbi Rae, who took excellent care of me and my friends. Her recommendations like the Go Green, the Boss Bacon, and the Whiskey Scramble were on point. I was also impressed by their selection of drinks; the mimosas were delightful. And let me tell you about the BOSS bacon - easily the best bacon I've ever tasted. The quick and friendly service was an added bonus. On another occasion, my daughter and I dropped by after her library visit. The hostess was a gem, and the neat and cozy atmosphere instantly made us feel at home. My daughter was especially pleased with her French toast, claiming it to be the best she’s ever had. The food was not only delicious but also beautifully plated, presenting a feast for the eyes before the mouth. Epic Egg Restaurant in Cheyenne has got it all - great food, wonderful atmosphere, friendly staff, and good prices! Perfect for a relaxed breakfast or brunch after a library trip, and the convenient parking is an added bonus. I cannot wait for our next visit!

Paris West

1719 Central Ave, Cheyenne

(307) 224-2170

Reviewed by:

Lisa Uribe

During a recent journey through Cheyenne, my family and I discovered the delightful Paris West. The chic, Parisian-western decor immediately caught our eye, and the unique food choices were equally impressive. The welcoming staff contributed to the enjoyable experience. Even my kids, who are usually fussy eaters, devoured their meals. If we lived locally, I'm certain we'd become regulars. We enjoyed our brunch so much that we returned for dinner the next day. The croque madame and fresh berry crepes were standouts. There were a few small issues with some dinner dishes, but I'm confident these could be improved with slight adjustments. The brunch, however, was fantastic. We were lucky enough to visit on National Duck Day and were treated to sweet shortbread cookies decorated with sugar ducks. The Snowy Elk Blueberry coffee was a delightful wake-me-up, and the Parmesan beignets were positively addictive. The Croissant Croque Madame was cooked to perfection, and the french toast bread pudding was surprisingly filling. Our server was patient, attentive, and helpful, enhancing our overall dining experience. The restaurant’s minimalist, stylish ambience was also a highlight. I'm already looking forward to our next visit. Despite a mixed review of the dinner offerings, the excellent brunch menu and charming atmosphere of Paris West make it a notable dining destination in Cheyenne.

Down Home Diner

2310 W Lincolnway, Cheyenne

(307) 426-4968

Reviewed by:

Dave Sofferin

The Down Home Diner in Cheyenne was a fantastic find for us, providing great food, quick service, and a friendly staff (special shout out to Connie). It's apparent that the cooks really know what they're doing - everything is made fresh from scratch and the prices are quite reasonable. We noticed mostly locals dining, making it a hidden gem of sorts. Our new favorite spot when traveling on I-80 in Wyoming, it's definitely worth a try. The down-to-earth style of the diner made it feel like I was in my mom's kitchen, with no excessive frills but full of kindness and a sense of family. The dishes were great, including my coffee and biscuits with gravy and two medium eggs - easily in the top three I've ever tasted. I can't recommend Down Home Diner enough! Apologies for not providing a photo but we were too excited to start eating. My wife and I chose this place because we prefer supporting small businesses over large corporations. Upon walking through the door, we were greeted by some of the friendliest people ever. It felt like we had all known each other for years. Our waitress Laurie was awesome, even remembering our drinks and meals from the previous day. The people of Cheyenne are some of the friendliest I've ever met, and their hospitality is second to none. It's a little rough around the edges, but the incredible food more than makes up for it. The coffee was top-notch, and the prices were very reasonable. If you're not overly concerned about decor but appreciate amazing food, then this is the place for you. I ordered the sausage skillet and it was cooked to perfection. We would definitely go back any time.

The Good Egg - Cheyenne

115 W 15th St, Cheyenne

(307) 632-2337

Reviewed by:

Ingrid Kyriakoza

If you're in the vicinity and yearning for a hearty brunch, The Good Egg in Cheyenne is the place to be. On visiting, I tried the 'morning after sandwich' and was pleasantly surprised to find an array of scrambled eggs, potatoes, and ham on my plate, with an English muffin hidden within. I must admit, it was more of a delightful brunch platter rather than a sandwich, but it was absolutely tasty. The Good Egg has a unique charm, staying true to its location in a captivating train depot, which I found pretty interesting. The ambience may seem a bit rustic, but the service was amiable, with our server Andrew impressing us with his humor and personability. The 'Cal-For-You Skillet' was another palate pleaser that provided much-needed nourishment on a busy day. I do, however, have some suggestions for improvement. The food took quite a while to arrive at the table and could have been warmer. The staff also seemed slow to refill coffee and water. There was a bit of miscommunication about serving times, as we were given breakfast menus past noon only to be told later that breakfast was no longer available. Despite these minor hiccups, The Good Egg is a place worth trying out for the quality and quantity of food at offer. But remember to watch the clock if you're going for breakfast!

Luxury Diner

1401 W Lincolnway, Cheyenne

(307) 635-1219

Reviewed by:

Yzik Alhakamy

My recent brunch at the Luxury Diner in Cheyenne was an excellent experience. As someone visiting from Denver, the country atmosphere of the place was a refreshing change. I loved the exterior ambiance featuring a railroad crossing, symbolic of Cheyenne’s rich railroad history. The diner held its charm from the first time I visited four years ago. The caboose section, in particular, offers a cozy and enjoyable dining experience. Every dish on the menu is flavorful and filling, from the delicious biscuits and gravy to Molly's skillet, which I highly recommend for an authentic treat. What made the visit even more delightful was the great service. I got the chance to chat with the cook, which was a nice touch. The owner might have a direct approach, but it's all part of ensuring the smooth operation of the small and bustling diner. I was impressed by the value for money, the chicken fried steak skillet I ordered had a huge portion size and a fantastic gravy. Among the things that stand out at the Luxury Diner is the restaurant's decor. I absolutely adored the vibe - it's a perfect spot for a family meal. Despite the crowdedness and the wait time, the sight of a few empty tables didn't mar my experience. After all, delicious food is worth the wait. I am looking forward to my next visit to this great place. Five stars for the Luxury Diner!

Village Inn

East Lincolnway, E 16th St #411, Cheyenne

(307) 638-3107

Reviewed by:

Norby Marlyn Mingle

I had one of the most exceptional dining experiences at Village Inn for brunch in Cheyenne. The food was not just served quickly but was exactly as we had ordered it. What took my dining experience to a whole new level was the exceptional service that we got. The server, Jaycee, stood out with her attentiveness and professionalism. She took our order with patience, ensured to get all the customizations correct and stayed on top of things throughout the service, including prompt refills. Dining out frequently, I often encounter subpar service, but this was a pleasant and much-needed change. I can only wish for more servers like Jaycee in Cheyenne. I had a double-decker club with a side fruit salad that was bang on point. However, the food did not match the hype. The crepes were quite hard, requiring a knife to cut through. But overall, the experience was predominantly positive, thanks to the commendable service.

The Metropolitan Downtown

1701 Carey Ave, Cheyenne

(307) 432-0022

Reviewed by:

Vinay Griffith

I had the chance to check out The Metropolitan Downtown, and it turned out to be a delightful experience! We attended a dueling pianos performance which was honestly an absolute thrill. Despite our server being a little overwhelmed with many tables to handle, the experience was quite enjoyable. The star of our visit was definitely the food. Trying out their selections for the third time, I can confidently say, they did not disappoint. We chose the Met Salad with added chicken, a herb vinaigrette, and a balsamic reduction. It was simply delicious! It's not easy finding such satisfying salads in the area. Additionally, we ordered brussels for starters which were packed full of flavor. Even my son was pleased with his burger and fries, which speaks volumes. What's more, they had a commendable variety of desserts. While the brownie we ordered was good, I felt they could have been a little more generous with the ice cream. We also sampled their sodas, although they seemed a tad watered down for our liking. We also stopped by The Metropolitan for an early dinner sitting at the bar. The space is pleasant, however, the bartender's service could have been better. The Tuna Poke and Crab Cakes we ordered for dinner were satisfactory. On another visit, I tried the wedge salad and the soup of the day for lunch. The chorizo corn chowder was quite palatable, but I wish it had been served a bit hotter. The wedge salad was fresh and topped generously with cheese, but the bacon was a bit inconsistent - half was perfectly cooked while the other half was a bit fatty. Overall, The Metropolitan offers a nice atmosphere for dining, and while it has room for minor improvements, it's definitely worth a visit.

Perkins Restaurant & Bakery

1730 Dell Range Blvd, Cheyenne

(307) 634-7577

Reviewed by:

رائد Mansour

My experience at Perkins Restaurant & Bakery for brunch in Cheyenne was truly delightful. It's your quintessential breakfast/American diner with a charm that is uniquely its own. The food didn't just meet my expectations but exceeded them. The portions were generous and priced reasonably, making it a perfect spot for a family breakfast. The staff at Perkins truly stand out for their friendliness and warmth. They provided excellent customer service and were very accommodating, making the experience more comfortable, particularly for customers with special needs. Despite not being regulars, they treated us like family, recognising us and greeting us warmly even when we weren't seated in their section. It's this kind of personalized attention that sets Perkins apart from other restaurants. The pot roast was my favourite meal, and their mac n cheese side was a delightful trip down memory lane. This might sound a bit cheesy, but so was the mac n cheese, and in the best possible way! Perkins is not just a restaurant, it’s a nice family dine-in place that takes you back to simpler times. We also noted that the restaurant paid great attention to maintaining cleanliness; even the restrooms were well-kept. Perkins also has a senior menu and a kids menu, catering to all age groups, which I found very thoughtful. Their bakery section was impressive with a wide variety of pies, cakes, cookies and muffins. They even serve ice cream desserts! Not only was the staff friendly and helpful, but the food was also served promptly. Moreover, the quality of the food was consistently good. Considering its many great features, I highly recommend Perkins Restaurant & Bakery. Whether you want to have a peaceful meal or enjoy some quality family time, this place won't disappoint you.

Shari's Cafe & Pies

3609 E Lincolnway, Cheyenne

(307) 637-4421

Reviewed by:

Amran Thomas

On my last visit to Cheyenne, I decided to give Shari's Cafe & Pies a try for brunch and I must say, I was not disappointed. Although the prices were slightly on the higher side, it was an overall enjoyable experience. I loved the food so much during my previous pickup order that I felt compelled to dine in this time. The quantity and quality of the food were simply incredible. Our waiters for the day, Shua and Liz provided exemplary service. Despite Liz being a trainee, both of them were delightful and contributed to making our brunch experience remarkable. The service did have a tiny hiccup as our waitress missed out on a few items and was not always available to check in on us. However, the food was decent. Besides, any establishment can have an off day and I won't hold it against them. I visit Cheyenne monthly for business and have now found my favourite diner in the city. With good food, friendly staff and fair prices, Shari's Cafe & Pies has won me over. I am already looking forward to our next visit and trying out the famous pies they offer, which I've heard so much about. From the meals I've had, everything else has been cooked to perfection just the way I like it.

Penny's Diner

1625 Stillwater Ave, Cheyenne

(307) 778-6620

Reviewed by:

David-Isabel Rodriguez

Penny's Diner was an unexpected delight during my visit to Cheyenne. Tucked away amidst the hustle and bustle of the city, this classic diner was a nostalgic trip down memory lane, reminiscent of a similar eatery my grandmother used to take me to back in Pennsylvania. I was pleasantly surprised by the variety of delicious dishes the menu had to offer. It was a tough decision to make, but the delicious food we ordered did not disappoint. It was clear that the dishes were prepared using high-quality ingredients. My family raved about the burgers, fries, and onion rings we ordered late one night when we were just pulling into town. This is certainly a great spot for late-night dining, as they're open 24 hours. The diner's decor was vintage, with booths and counter seats setting the scene, while oldies music from the radio added a charming touch. Everything was impeccably clean, and they even serve Italian sodas and old-fashioned milkshakes! I love that they have a loyalty program too. The staff at Penny's Diner added to the overall fantastic experience. They were efficient, friendly, and a pleasure to chat with. During a snowstorm that led to my primary plans in Cheyenne being cancelled, they were a beacon of positivity amid my gloomy mood. Special mention to the front desk staff who helped me tidy up when I accidentally spilled my milkshake, promptly remaking it at no additional charge - truly above and beyond! With its great food and wonderful staff, Penny's Diner has definitely earned its spot as my new go-to place. I can't wait for my next visit and I recommend this hidden classic to anyone looking for a wholesome, satisfying dining experience in Cheyenne.

Panera Bread

2440 Dell Range Blvd, Cheyenne

(307) 274-3544

Reviewed by:

Luzmila Maria

I must say, I have a particular admiration for Panera Bread - it's my go-to spot for a solo lunch. The restaurant is impeccably tidy and spacious enough to ensure diners don't feel crowded. I also appreciate the tranquility of the place, it's one of the quietest venues in Cheyenne. Regarding the food, it's generally fresh, quickly served, and tasty. The staff are consistently courteous and efficient. Once, I did have an issue with the Turkey Avocado BLT - the bread didn't quite hold up to the heaviness of the sandwich, resulting in me having to use a fork to finish it. But, taste-wise, it was undeniably delicious! On another occasion, I ordered a tomato caprese sandwich, but it arrived without cheese. Essentially, I paid $11 for tomatoes on bread, which I chose not to eat. Despite these minor issues, this is the nicest Panera Bread I’ve visited, with a notably pleasant team of employees. It's my regular stop for coffee during the Cheyenne Frontier Days, and I'm a proud member of the sip club. The store itself is lovely, so I would definitely recommend giving it a try! Additionally, the restaurant is conveniently large for those who need to do some work while they eat, with plenty of room and wall outlets available for charging electronic devices. The staff always provide friendly service and the food is reliably appetizing. So all things considered, I'd highly recommend Panera Bread!

Hathaway's Restaurant & Lounge

2800 W Lincolnway, Cheyenne

(307) 775-8404

Reviewed by:

Linda Smith

My experience at Hathaway's Restaurant & Lounge for brunch was truly wonderful. The atmosphere was both elegant and charming, an interesting mix of class and country. There was something quite unique about the combination of the exquisitely designed chandeliers and the country music playing in the background. It felt both refined and cozy. The service was undoubtedly one of the best I've experienced in years. The waitstaff ensured my water glass was always filled, and they were prompt to take my dessert order, which I always appreciate. The staff was welcoming and genuinely determined to provide the best service. The food was absolutely fantastic. I had the steak and it was prepared to perfection. Not too small, not overcooked, just a beautifully seared, juicy 4oz steak worth every cent. The Alfredo pasta was delightful as well, it was served al dente, with a sauce that tasted rich and homemade, not watery at all. It was just the comforting, fulfilling meal I needed after being snowed in. For a dinner service, the restaurant was impressively staffed. Despite the large space and many patrons, the servers efficiently managed their sections, ensuring everyone was well-served. The front of house did a fantastic job orchestrating the team, showing excellent organizational skills. There was no long waiting time for seating, ordering, or paying, everything was simply efficient and smooth. The Christmas buffet was another exceptional experience. Each plate was generously filled, making it worth the price. Even though it’s an adult fare, it’s still worth coming for the quality and service. Another memorable experience was celebrating my wife's birthday here. Everything from the service, food, and the romantic atmosphere was outstanding. The prime rib was cooked to perfection, and the dessert was delightfully decadent. Even though the menu offerings were somewhat limited, this did not take away from the overall splendid experience. In conclusion, Hathaway's Restaurant & Lounge has proven time and again to be an excellent choice for any occasion, be it a simple brunch, a festive buffet, or a romantic dinner. The combination of quality food, attentive service, and a unique atmosphere makes it a place that I would highly recommend.


2250 Etchepare Dr, Cheyenne

(307) 634-6659

Reviewed by:

René Roberts

I recently had brunch at Denny's in Cheyenne and it was a great experience. The location, being connected to a Flying J Travel Center, was very convenient for a stop. I was thrilled with the exceptional service provided by the servers. My particular server, Sharon, was attentive and her cheerful disposition made me feel quite comfortable. The food was fresh and absolutely delicious, with the pancakes being my favorite. They were the perfect delight for an Easter brunch. I noticed the great service wasn't just limited to my table, the servers were equally attentive to other guests around. A minor concern, however, was with the children that were unchecked in their behavior and running around. Also, the food took a bit longer to arrive than I expected, but the taste made up for it. I also ordered from “The Meltdown”, a Denny’s offshoot for door dash. While the pictures were misleading and I didn't get exactly what I was advertised, I did enjoy their breakfast melts. Overall, Denny's in Cheyenne was a good spot for brunch and I'm definitely going back.


1938 Dell Range Blvd, Cheyenne

(307) 514-2141

Reviewed by:

Nora Lauritsen

During my recent brunch visit to IHOP in Cheyenne, I have to say, I was quite impressed with the culinary delights we indulged in. My taste buds were pleasantly titillated by the fiery flavors of the new spicy poblano eggs Benedict. The crepe combo was a delicious selection, delicately balanced and satisfyingly light, while the rich and decadent Oreo milkshake made for a creamy, sweet contrast. That being said, the service did leave a bit to be desired. It felt like they were understaffed on the day, which led to some lengthy wait times. However, our patience was rewarded as we indulged in the sumptuous brunch spread. My Colorado omelet and pancakes were particularly notable though I did notice the omelet looking a bit unusual. But, it tasted just fine and we managed to finish our meals before too long. While the quality of the food was excellent, it was evident that the kitchen was under pressure, and unfortunately, there were a few oversights like forgotten silverware and a rather long wait time before our orders arrived. There was even an unpleasant surprise of finding hair in our food, something that certainly needs addressing. My daughter and niece also complained about their hot chocolate having a greasy residue, a little disappointing considering everything else was up to par. Despite these hiccups, I wholeheartedly believe in the potential of IHOP Cheyenne. The food itself was great, and if they work on their service and pay meticulous attention to cleanliness, I am sure they would be a popular brunch spot soon.

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