We went to the grille/bar side because that's where the locals where eating! We split the Reuben sandwich and each had a beer! Loved the atmosphere and service! Felt at home! Highly recommend!
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We dined in the Irma Restaurant our first night in Cody. I ordered their bison ribeye medium rare. It arrived fully medium but I'm easy so I did not send it back. Somehow the texture of the meat was grainy. The flavor was okay but...More
The Irma Restaurant inside the Irma Hotel has lots of historical character. They have a full menu as well as a dinner buffet. The buffet selections were okay, but not great in my opinion. The sliced to order prime rib was very tender. The oysters...More
Ate here one night when it was pretty full, but still seats available as there is a fast turn over of tables. It was a little over run with coach tours. The main push is for you to have the rib buffet. It was OK...More
My husband and I spent a couple of days in Cody, and enjoyed our Sunday lunch at The Irma. I had the buffet, and my husband ordered a buffalo burger. The food was fine, made better by the atmosphere in the historic hotel restaurant. We...More
We were told this is a must because of the setting and history (the hotel was built by Buffalo Bill) but that we shouldn't expect much from the food. We went with low expectations which was good as they clearly were not met. I thought...More
Irma's is more of a theme than a restaurant and if you have people queuing round the block to get in you don't have to worry about the food. The setting is fantastic, if you have seen John Ford Western's then this place certainly looks...More