My lunch experience included good food and great service. From the outside it looks like it could use and update but inside is cozy and clean.
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I usually go to Poor Richard's when I am meeting up with friends. It's a quite atmosphere where you can enjoy each others company. The prime rib sandwich is the best! They have daily specials as well as a salad bar. They have been consistant...More
Went on a couples dinner and was the best prime rib I have ever cut into. Salad bar was fresh and soup was tasty. Waitress couldn't have been better. Liked it so much we retuned the following evening with our daughter and it was just...More
The outside may look shady, but oh how looks can be deceiving. Inside is a throwback to class, and original steakhouses. Our food was excellent. Grilled chicken salad, burgers and fries were all eaten with smiles. I hear that dinner is even better. Sadly we...More
Had a wonderful margarita which was made from scratch. The ribeye steak and the tenderloin steak tips were excellent. Waitress left a bottle of water on table so you could refill as needed and stay hydrated. Salad bar good. Butter mints with bill are my...More
My wife, daughter and I ate here on Saturday, October 7, and we LOVED IT! Food was perfect! Hamburger and Prime Rib cooked to perfection, PR was tender! We live in Aurora, CO and took a day trip to Cheyenne and picked this place out...More
Poor Richard’s is one of my favorite Cheyenne restaurants. It features good and creative cocktails, an amazing salad bar (a terrific meal in itself), tasty entrees, and killer desserts. The waitstaff is friendly and helpful, and the atmosphere is casual and comfortable. Multiple thumbs up.
We had been traveling for awhile and really wanted a salad bar for dinner so this was recommended. It was well laid out and fresh. Also, had soup available but we didn't have any. The bread was really good and they offer several wines by...More
My first visit where I didn't order one of their steaks. The Special was a roasted pork loin with pomegranate drizzle. Pomegranate drizzle in Cheyenne? Damn right! It was spectacular. Sweet with a tart edge, wonderful with the pork. The mushroom rissoto cake had a...More