2 Doors Down

How about some excellent food while in Cheyenne, Wyoming?  The 2 Doors Down restaurant in downtown has a local hospitality combined with atmosphere and taste that rivals any five-star eatery. 

We sampled some of the popular items such as the burger, hotdogs and onion rings.  Delicious. 

Oh!  Try the cinnamon rolls too.  They are popular and mouth-watering. 

Management at 2 Doors Down says they are serious about making burgers just the way we like it.  Any burger on the menu can be made with β€œhand-cut, never frozen, specially seasoned beef, grilled or breaded chicken breast, tender salmon fillet, or a surprisingly tasty, carnivore-approved 100% vegetarian burger.”

The serving team takes pride in checking on the tables for anything needed. 

More information is available on their website at http://www.2doorsdown.net/, including why they are called 2 Doors Down. 

Sanford’s Grub & Pub is across the street from 2 Doors Down. They caught my attention with this truck bed hanging from the entrance. I’m sure it’s a great place to enjoy as well.

Blessings along the Way!

Ron

25 thoughts on “2 Doors Down

    1. Excellent. The tour trolley was worth the price and effort. You can go to the museum train station and get tickets. It’s a little difficult taking pictures from the trolley though since it’s not open air. At least you’ll get some pretty good history information. I didn’t get to try the Dinneen Chop House and Rib restaurant in downtown. If you get a chance I would be interested in knowing how they do.
      Safe and enjoyable travels. πŸ™‚

    1. The tout the New York style so they were similar with grilled franks topped primarily with sauerkraut and mustard. Onions can be added as well. Sometimes slaw dogs are a hit. My mouth is starting to water again thinking about them. πŸ™‚

  1. Sanford’s Chevy is really cool. Two Doors Down reminds me of the Frontier Restaurant across from UNM on Old Route 66 in Albuquerque.

    1. Thanks. I agree. It sure made me do a double take. I think I’ve seen the Frontier restaurant when I traveled 66 but I didn’t eat there. Those are some neat places too. πŸ˜€

      1. The frontier is iconic, and famous for it’s Frontier rolls and breakfast burritos. It was the first restaurant in Albuquerque to ban smoking inside. This was long before the City passed smoking ordinances. That move really changed the character of the Frontier, gave it a really pleasant environment, and business increased greatly. Other restaurants followed suit, after they saw how successful Frontier was as a smoke free restaurant.

      2. Good for them being a pioneer leader. I’ll need to look them up and if that way again I’ll have to stop. Thanks.

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