Buffet lunch, Excellent beef and as much as you can eat! Lovely restaurant with lots of interesting artefacts hung around.
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My friend & I recently stayed at the Irma while visiting Cody. We ate breakfast each morning there and had an evening meal there as well. The food was great and the service was excellent! I have to give a shout out to Laura, who...More
We came across this place by chance and it proved to be a lucky find. There was a lively atmosphere inside and the building has an interesting history. Top marks to the young girl who served us. She was extremely friendly, and later coped admirably...More
My husband, two young daughters and I visited the Irma for dinner on a Saturday night. We were seated right away and received excellent service the entire visit. Good food, even my picky daughters liked their food and ate everything on their plates. It is...More
Wonderful historical place with great food. Never stayed at the hotel, just the restaurant. Founded by buffalo Bill himself.
Stopped on a weekday evening. Enjoyed very good service with a friendly young lady. Food was hot and tasted great. We were happy and enjoyed the history of the building. Would return.
Went for the prime rib buffet. The sides were very good except for the dinner rolls which were pasty. However the prime rib itself was was dry and tough. Tried a second cut - no change. The dessert I ordered was company pie: soggy crust...More
We eat around 4 so Restaurant wasn’t crowded. Also summer crowds were gone. All soups are great. Soup and salad bar was our favorite
This place e was jammed with locals coming in to savor the Prime Rib buffet. The potato soup was the best I've ever had. The atmosphere is historic and energetic. A great place to eat.