Wyoming would seem to be one of the most unlikely places in the country to find Italian restaurants. But with a variety of Italian eateries, ranging from your standard red-sauce joint to elegant and romantic trattorias, the Cowboy State offers some of the best Italian food in the country. Here are the 10 best Italian restaurants in Wyoming.
Calico Restaurant and Bar has been a Wyoming staple since 1966, serving fresh Italian cuisine made with local ingredients. The restaurant's spacious lawn is a great place for kids to run around while parents enjoy their delicious meals, like the bison short ribs.
People love Napoli's because it's consistently good. The classic, authentic menu features favorites like sausage spaghetti, and people come back time after time to eat here. Guests rave, "I've never gotten bad service or bad food. Ever."
Visit Bosco's for family-style Italian food, including build-your-own pasta dishes, classic Italian plates, and burgers. One reviewer says, "The food is great and the atmosphere has that real Italian family vibe to the place."
Dornan's Pizza Pasta Company offers a classic dining spot inside a lodge bar offering Italian comfort food and a fireplace. Guests can enjoy the gorgeous views while they relax and dine.
Glorietta, the newest restaurant in downtown Jackson, offers an elegant dining experience with a menu highlighting classic Italian cuisine. One Google review mentions "The first thing is that once you walk in the place has a warm atmosphere."
The Grumpy Italian is a low-key Italian joint that offers mouthwatering pizza, sides, sandwiches, and plates of pasta. The Movie Night Friday Special includes pizza, popcorn, mushrooms, and soda — a great deal.
Il Villaggio Osteria's food is refined, and the atmosphere is relaxed. The restaurant serves Italian dishes with Mediterranean fusions and has wine and salumi bars. One Google review reads: "Great Italian food on the Mountainside. Excellent service."
It may not sound like an Italian restaurant. Still, Trailhead Bar will surely please you with its Northern Italian cuisine. Try the Ranchero pizza with house-made pork green chili sauce, fontina cheese, provolone cheese, roasted forest mushrooms, and sunny-side-up eggs.
Mulino Bistro aims to provide an elevated Italian dining experience in an approachable atmosphere. Reviews say that they've done just that. "My picky kid ate his to-go order without any complaints," one diner says.
Armando's is a unique restaurant that fuses the best of Italian and Mexican cuisine. Guests rave, "Pleasantly surprised by this gem! A nice fusion of Italian, Mexican, and American."