Enjoy a cozy atmosphere for dining on generous home-cooked meals.
Savor a real western breakfast with buttermilk pancakes, french toast, and an omelet.
Please let your husband know how delicious our meals were and that my youngest ate her biscuits and gravy as we drove to Mount Rushmore! Many thanks for a lovely stay.
– Mary Agnes Smith
The food could pass for a 5 star restaurant and you never left hungry.
– John, Krista, and Kate
Historic Lodge and Restaurant
You will be welcomed with real Western hospitality when your family enters our historic Lodge. This is where it all began. Built in the early 1900’s, Absaroka Mountain Lodge was once owned by Buffalo Bill Cody’s grandson, Fred Garlow. Many of the mounts that decorate the lodge are from his private collection, and some of his descendants still make the town of Cody their home.
The Lodge building houses our front desk, TV area and restaurant. This is where you will come to check in for your cabin or acquire information. It is also the place to be to satisfy your appetite. We serve breakfast from 7am-9:30am every morning, and dinner from 5:30pm-8pm every evening. Favorites from our breakfast menu include Cowboy Grub, Saddlebag Stew, & Absaroka Mountain Buffalo Chips. Winners from our dinner menu include Flat Iron Steak, Western Chicken and our Absaroka Mountain Burger. Our Fried Chicken is also a top choice with the locals.
If you hear familiar voices coming from our restaurant kitchen, that’s because your Host are also serve as your cooks!
Being a fan of food challenge tv shows, Lodge owner Craig Kenyon wanted a food challenge of their own, so, Craig created The Absaroka Mountain Man Burger Challenge!. The challenge saw much success in it’s first year with over a dozen guest completing the challenge. Polish off this 1 pound burger covered with bacon and cheese along with a plate of cheesy fries and get your picture taken with the creator of the challenge and receive the rare and coveted, I Ate the Mountain Man at Absaroka Mountain Lodge t-shirt.
Beer is served in the Restaurant with Dinner. You are welcome to bring your own bottle of your favorite wine with you to Dinner. We do charge a corking fee of $5.00.
To view our complete menus, click on the links below:
Please Note. Menu items are subject to change without notice due to pricing and availability.
To view pictures and descriptions of our cabins, please see our Cabins and Rates page.
We Love Families!
Opening day for the 2023 season will be May 25th and run through September 24th, 2023.