Hotel Year Built 1958 Year Remodeled 2002 Additional Property Description Looking for hotels with a lounge in Evanston, WY. Our Evanston hotel has a great on site restaurant, terrific value and friendly service. Hotels with restaurants in Evanston, WY make guests feel right at home. We offer the convenience of a hotel right off I 80 in Wyoming. Were a full service property with an onsite restaurant and lounge. A ground level hotel with parking right up to your hotel room door, were convenient and accessible for all guests. Not all hotels in Evanston, Wyoming feature an outdoor heated pool and hot tub, but we do, because our guests comfort comes first. Evanston, WY hotels are surrounded by the beauty of the great outdoors. The annual Brew Fest in Evanston, Wyoming always draws a crowd. The PRCA Rodeo and the Annual Mountain Man Rendezvous, both held during the same time of year, offer an exciting opportunity for the entire family. Great fishing and hiking is available just 30 miles from the hotel in the Uinta Mountains. A golf course is three blocks away from the property, and heading to the links is a must when staying at our Evanston hotel. From recreation to relaxation, theres an abundance of things to do. Were pet friendly, so bring the entire family, and were known for being a great stop on the way to Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Tetons and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Business travelers to our Evanston hotel are usually comprised of several different oil and gas companies. Our property is located on 10 acres of landscaped grounds with a waterfall included, so its easy to relax after a day of work or play. All of our rooms feature either a queen or king sized bed, which is just further proof of how highly we prize comfort here. Reserve your upcoming getaway at BEST WESTERN Dunmar Inn and find yourself surround
Silver Restaurant has transformed the interior of its vintage brick building, which was built in 1926, into three modern and distinct floors. Next to the dining room, an open kitchen provides patrons with glimpses of the chefs as they transform fresh, seasonal, and local ingredients into new interpretations of classic American dishes. Though the menu changes based on availability, dishes may include organic chicken thighs with heirloom vegetables, roasted squab with foie gras, and fig-wrapped kurabuta pork chops. Whatever the season, a selection of local beers and artisanal cocktails—with playful names such as the Toe Tapper and the Thyme Stopper—help wash down every flavorful bite. These drinks are often crafted at the mezzanine-level bar. If one were to head downstairs instead, they'd enter a cozy lounge with a wine cellar stocked with more than 3,000 bottles.
Grappa Italian Restaurant is named after the Northern Italian brandy distilled from grape skins left over from the wine-making process. The eatery keeps a handful of varieties on hand for people to sip in between bites, and the approach to cooking is appropriately rustic, given that name.
There is seasonally-inspired risotto and house-made linguine blanketed in creamy clam sauce. Chefs pepper the meat entrees with slightly unexpected burst of flavors, from the horseradish that encrusts salmon to the roasted tomato and red pepper chicken jus that surrounds herb-kissed cuts of chicken. The wine list is largely Italian as well, though there are plenty of Californian offerings as well.