1920’s car dealership to chop house

The Dinneen Motor Company building is a prominent two-story corner brick structure in downtown Cheyenne, Wyoming.  It seems like it hasn’t changed since 1927, when it was an auto dealership.    It was enlarged and repurposed beginning in 2011 and is now renewed.  http://www.dinneendowntown.com/history

Historic photo of the Dinneen Motor Company in Cheyenne, Wyoming (courtesy: dinneendowntown.com/history)

Something that caught my eye as we rode around on the tour bus was the beauty of the building.  It seems to stand out as a late-model structure.  I guess, in a sense, it is early-model and late-model.  I didn’t realize when we rode by the Dinneen building that the Rib & Chop House restaurant is also at this location.  We didn’t have time to check it out but maybe some of you have, or maybe you’ll be able to visit the restaurant in the future.  I’m certain it is an outstanding place to dine.  Here is their website.  https://ribandchophouse.com/

Blessings along the Way!

Ron

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 “hand-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