Great setting. Skipped buffet and ordered off the menu. Had the French dip which was pretty good. Bread was very soft. A side of horseradish would have been nice. Get the Irma fries, very tasty. Good service.
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October 2017 had the meatloaf. Best meatloaf I have ever had. I would recommend to everyone. Price was a little high for a meatloaf but when I got my meal and I glad to spend the money. There was an excellent buffet but we were...More
This hotel, bar and restaurant was established in 1902 by Buffalo Bill & named in honor of his daughter, Irma. We were a group of 10 from a bus tour & they were able to seat us together. I had the "Buffalo Burger" which I...More
We have been there many times and have always enjoyed our time and food there. But this time we ordered the "Baby Back Ribs" and what was served to us was definitely NOT baby back ribs. Not only that, what we did received was basically...More
The Irma Hotel was built by Buffalo Bill Cody in the early 1900’s for his daughter, Irma. It is famous for their bar which was a gift from the Queen of England. My husband and I had lunch there during our late summer trip out...More
Our group ordered the dinner buffet and had an excellent meal after spending the day in Cody. The ribs were very tender and flavorful. The decor of the restaurant is half the fun. We wandered around on the first floor and enjoyed all the wild...More
We really only at here to view the famous bar that was a gift to Bill Cody from the Queen of England and was supposedly worth $100,000 at the time. It was very impressive. Much more than the food. We only had the salad bar...More