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Wyovore: Wyoming Food News – April 12


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For the Wyoming foodies (from epicureans to great grub lovers), we are excited to offer a regular blog post dedicated to culinary happenings in the Cowboy State. Find weekly specials, updates and news from restaurants and other food services state-wide — and if you have a restaurant or food service that you’d like to see featured in this blog, email us at editor@wyolifestyle.com for more info!

JACKSON — Snake River Brewery:  Snake River Brewing has turned to a full can and keg brewery! The brewery made the move from bottles to cans for many reasons — a highlighted list:   cans are better for beer (oxygen & UV light are kept out); their cans are made in Worland, WY (we love local!); the lighter cans take less fossil fuels to ship; cans are great for local recycling centers… We’re digging it!

265 S. Milward, Jackson — 307-739-BEER

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JACKSON — Nani’s Cucina Italiana:  This off-season, Nani’s special offer is a $22 create your own, 3-course dinner (choose from any salad, pasta, glass wine or individual dessert). All off-season, Nani’s will donate $2 per 3-course dinner or per entrée of equal or greater value as well as offer you the opportunity to match Nani’s donation  to gather enough money to fund the creation of at least one garden of Slow Food’s Terra Madre movement across Africa. Visit the Thousand Gardens in Africa website for more information on this program!

242 N. Glenwood, Jackson — 307-733-3888

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GOSHEN COUNTY — Table Mountain Vineyards:  It’s no secret that we dig darn near everything that Patrick and our other buds over at TMV put out there. Read Patrick’s latest column in the current issue of Lifestyle (“A Sprinter Walk Through the Vines”), and check out this video they put out of the Sandhill Cranes migrating past the vineyard… Is it food? No. Is it made by a rocking Wyoming winery? Yes. As you prepare for your summer adventures, I highly recommend placing Goshen County on your list:  visit Fort Laramie National Historic Site and fill your brain with some amazing Wyoming history; then journey over to nearby Huntley and visit the winery. Their tasting room is full of good wine AND good Wyoming-made products…


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CODY:  The Terrace Restaurant & Park County Arts Council host Artini Fest 2012 on April 14

The $25 ticket price when purchased in advance — $30 at the door) provides a lively evening on Saturday, April 14 at The Terrace Restaurant & Bar, 525 West Yellowstone Avenue in Cody starting at 6:00 pm. Tickets are available in advance at The Terrace (contact them for more locations for ticket pre-sales,) and of course at the door on the day of the festival – tickets are limited. All proceeds from this event benefit thePark County Arts Council. For further information, please call The Terrace at 307.587.5868 or the Park County Arts Council at 307.899.6693.

Shake out your favorite cocktail attire and head to Cody for a stirring night of Martinis and Art!

525 W. Yellowstone Ave, Cody — 307-587-5868

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LARAMIE:  Altitude Chophouse & Brewery Weekly Specials

Weekly specials hit one of Laramie’s favorite eateries every Thursday — so stay tuned for more weekly goodness from this sophisticated yet welcoming gathering spot for food, brew, cocktails and more in Historic Downtown Laramie…

first course – fried mozzarella salad: Spinach, tomatoes and roasted bell peppers tossed in a basil pesto vinaigrette and topped with breaded and fried fresh mozzarella. 8.
grilled pork loin: Topped with apple slices sauteed in butter with brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and toasted pecans. Served with creamy mashed potatoes. Accompanied by a cup of soup or a dinner salad with your choice of dressing. 14.
italian sausage and ricotta manicottiTopped with a sundried tomato cream sauce and melted mozzarella cheese. Accompanied by a cup of soup or a dinner salad with your choice of dressing. 12.
new york strip: Twelve ounces of Certified Angus Beef® brushed with house made root beer bbq sauce and grilled to your liking. Paired with a side of garlic fries. Accompanied by a cup of soup or a dinner salad with your choice of dressing. 18.

320 S. 2nd St., Laramie — 307-721-4031

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LARAMIE:  Lovejoy’s Bar & Grill Weekly Specials

Lovejoy’s is a favorite with the locals — meet with friends, take in a train or two as they whiz by right out the window, and take in the atmosphere. Great place to unwind after work or a weekend adventure around Southeast Wyoming. Check out this week’s specials, beginning on Thursday April 12:

chicken churasco: Grilled chicken breast, fresh pineapple, red bell peppers and shredded lettuce tucked in a warm pita with Portuguese spicy red pepper sauce. Accompanied by your choice of fries, chips and salsa, creamy mashed potatoes, cottage cheese or a dinner salad. 7.50
grilled sirloin: Six ounces of Certified Angus Beef® grilled to your liking and topped with mushrooms, tomatoes and red bell peppers sauteed in a garlic butter sauce. Served with creamy mashed potatoes and your choice of a dinner salad or homemade soup. 12.

207 S. 1st St., Laramie — 307-745-0141

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‘Til Next Time…

Kati Hime, Editor



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