The Cavalryman has a rich and lengthy history in the Laramie community, but recently they have started a rebranding process that looks promising for their future. On Friday, May 2, the restaurant held their grand reopening celebration. The celebration included a ribbon cutting, live music, food and presentations of their historical past.
The restaurant is improving their image and food by rebranding. The transformation includes new décor to highlight the long standing history of the location, and ownership that the steakhouse has operated under. During a recent meal at the Cavalryman, General Manager Ken King told the table that they plan to line each wall of the main dining room with image boards showing the establishments history, these boards were unveiled at the reopening.
As a new practice for the kitchen and the restaurant, they are now trying to use local and regional meats. According to their website, “We support Wyoming Ranching families by offering steaks, chops, and other fare raised in Wyoming by sustainable ranching practices.”
Entrees range anywhere from $12 for a Country Fried Steak Dinner to $55 for “The Major,” which is a combination of a 16oz Prime Rib and a half pound of Alaskan King Crab. You can find the full menu here. Each entrée comes with: Wyoming soda bread, choice of soup or salad, sauteed vegetables, and a choice of potato or rice.
They are located at 4425 S. 3rd St., on Highway 287, 2 miles south of I-80 and downtown Laramie. You can find out more on their website or follow them on Facebook. If you would like to make a reservation you can do so online, or call 1 (307) 745-5551.