Dubois /ˈdjuːbɔɪz/ DEW-boyz is a town in Fremont County, Wyoming. The population was 971 at the 2010 census, although it nearly doubles in the summer with many part-time residents.
Things to do in Dubois
4.5 based on 620 reviews
Obviously a popular choice for breakfast for locals and tourists. Big hearty fare on offer for my starving husband whilst I went for something a little more dainty. It was really good! Endless coffee, quick, efficient service and very good value. Would thoroughly recommend.
4.5 based on 64 reviews
Coffee shop with unbeatable breakfast and lunch menu. Specialty coffees, baked goods, frozen drinks and treats. Convenient location and parking.
Great fresh food. The sandwiches are excellent. Friendly staff. Great coffee!! This makes for a nice stop outside of Jackson if you're passing through as well. Great job
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Just looking for something sweet.
Looking for bread that you'll remember having eaten.
You're going to have a problem.....
CHOOSING WHAT TO GET. :)
I could have walked out with my arms full and one in my mouth.
Worth the stop!!!!!!!!!! It will be a snack or meal changer. Yum
4 based on 201 reviews
In the hard-scrabble life that is Wyoming, Nostalgia Bistro is offering a break from mundane and invites the guest to have a little fun imagining a plush Neo-Victorian, Locomotive, Westward Expansion, Pre- Prohibition era Lunch and Dinner club. Life is tough enough. Nostalgia Bistro wants to comfort you and guide you on a culinary voyage with food and wine pairings and food and artisanal beer pairings. Nostalgia Bistro offers the lunch and dinner guest a unique turn of the century atmosphere coupled with a menu reflecting the Chef/Owner Shannon Chandler's European and Asian culinary background. From the soups and starters to sushi and entrees, we strive to produce great food and a great dining experience from a local, sustainable and community minded approach. We invite residents and visitors alike to join us at Nostalgia Bistro for a diverse range of food and a fine dining experience you won't soon forget.
I know, I know: You're traveling, you're in Wyoming, you're in Dubois, and someone says, "You should eat at the Nostalgia Bistro!" And you think, "Yeah, sure, whatever. How bad can it be? I'm in Dubois, Wyoming, after all." Well, you will be in for a big surprise. This place has some really good food!
The Bistro was recommended to us because my wife needs to keep gluten free. Our server made sure to recommend several things that fit that need, and answered questions about other things quickly -- or, got the answers quickly.
We ate on a Friday night, and the place was busy. The wait for the food was long, and both the server and the manager apologized. Of course, this was the Friday before the total solar eclipse, so there was a lot more traffic in this part of Wyoming than even the normal tourist season, so perhaps they were understaffed in the kitchen?
At any rate, when the food arrived, it was hot, and it was very tasty. My wife had the Thai beef steak salad, which was large, more steak than salad, really tasty ginger, and well seasoned. It tasted fresh, she said, and it tasted good. I had the steamed mussels -- a special that day -- and boy, were they tasty in fresh thyme and garlic in a white wine sauce. I'm sure that's what we all expect in western Wyoming, right?
Yeah. Don't underestimate a place just because of location!
The Nostalgia Bistro was a great dining experience. The food was great, and that's what it's all about. Enjoy!
4.5 based on 21 reviews
The Perch Coffee House is a family-owned coffee shop in Dubois, WY featuring fair trade & organic beans from Cody Coffee Roaster & fresh baked goods.
Small coffee house, but had an absolutely delicious latte...and extra hot like I like it. They use great beans. It truly was a really. good. latte!!!
4 based on 39 reviews
We stayed next door at the Trail's End Motel and had breakfast at Daylight. The waitress was super busy since it was tourist season and there was a local event that weekend also, but she was friendly and attentive.
Our meals were great! Kids got hotcakes, my wife had the bacon and eggs. I'm the big eater so I got the chicken fried steak and eggs. The steak was just right and the gravy was delicious. hashbrowns were the side, but toast was an extra 1.50. It was worth it to soak up the extra gravy from my plate. I used to live in Riverton and had been to Dubois many times, but had never eaten at this place. I will definitely go back next time I'm in the area.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
This is located off the highway on the road to Union Pass. Dirt road all the way but well maintained. Burgers here were delicious and the staff interesting and chatty. It is very near Warm Springs Creek which has great fishing. Guess I shouldn't tell you that as it is one of my favorite fishing spots.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Stopped here to grab some sandwiches before a horseback ride. Good bread, friendly service, albeit a bit slow (but hey, it's not the city). They had a decent looking salad bar, which I wasn't expecting. All in all a great pit stop to pick up goods for a great day out.
3.5 based on 103 reviews
We are on the corner of Ramshorn st next door to the Rustic Pine Tavern, which we are a separate business. Fresh quality homemade food is our specialty. Most of our beef is Certified Angus Beef.
One of those experiences where it starts off nice then two hours later you're desperately waiting for your check and to get the heck out of there. Hardly anyone in so there was no excuse for the slow service. Food was acceptable if a little bland. Wished we'd gone elsewhere for dinner, there are other options in town.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
Located on Togwotee Pass Outdoor Deck Seating Summer BBQ's on Saturday and Sunday
My wife and I visited this establishment one Saturday during our travels (we stayed there for two 2 nights in our motorhome) in this area of Wyoming and received a very pleasant surprise. Why surprise, you supercilious twit? Well, in my limited experience, I have learned to expect something other than perfection from a place that is so obviously angling for the tourist dollar. Saturday and Sunday are their Bar-B-Que days and talk about lucking out!! I am not normally a Bar-B-Que eater but this has to be spelled with Caps. We both ordered the brisket plate and we were surprised that our very pleasant server, Darcie, was able to carry both plates simultaneously. However, she was and she did. We immediately asked for takeout boxes and we're still eating our Bar-B-Que after about two weeks. In other words, it was more than ample and extremely delicious! Handicap friendly once one got inside and one of the helpful cooks gave us a hand with the single step up to the porch. The decor seems to be sort of standard for this part of the states, albeit nice to look at. Easy four stars….at least on weekends.
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