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“Excellent night out!!”
Review of Morris House Bistro - CLOSED

Morris House Bistro
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $15 - $40
Cuisines: American
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Good for: Special occasions
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Dinner, Reservations
Reviewed July 7, 2012

We went to the Morris House Bistro tonight -for the first time. The experience was really wonderful! We went with our good friends and were excited to try this restaurant because we had heard wonderful things about it! Starting off - our drinks were great - and my husband was pleased that they had a variety of microbrews available! We ordered fried green tomatoes and bruschetta with strawberries and balsamic vinegar- delicious!! For dinner we each ordered something different and were all equally pleased: sunfish perfectly grilled; tender and moist pork tenderloin with the most amazing corn; shrimp and grits; and duck cooked to perfection. Dessert: Pot de creme - to DIE for! Blueberry scone with strawberries, and delicous bread pudding. We had a fabulous time -and cannot wait to return. What a quaint restaurant - with wonderful staff - so attentive and accomodating! The owners stopped to check on us and make sure our every need was met! Definitely on the TOP of our list!!

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Thank wyogirl17
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Reviewed June 29, 2012

You cannot go wrong here! Every meal that came out of the kitchen
Was Delish,so glad we go with people who don't mind sharing a bite; Making choosing just one item a little easier. Bring your appetite and fun friends. The atmosphere is easy and leisure.

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Thank JamesHoward333
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Reviewed June 5, 2012

We enjoyed a lovely family meal celebrating birthdays, graduation and an anniversary Saturday night at the Bistro. The hot and spicy shrimp with crostini was a nice appetizer but the fry bread with real pimento cheese was a favorite of my niece and I. All of our meals were delicious and well prepared...in particular the ribeye, & the bourbon grilled pork chop were definitely dishes that would encourage you to return. The duck with berry sauce was plated beautifully but the serving was a bit small, but it was cooked perfectly and tasted very good. The collard greens were incredibly tasty...tangy and sweet and with a hit of pepper vinegar...Wow! Also, the fried okra was nicely done, crispy and not oily. We each shared our desserts so we could try various treats, including the lemon tart, the chocolate pound cake, the blue cheese ice cream (which was somewhat of a surprise, but very delicious once your brain connects the concept of "blue cheese" and "ice cream"!), but the overwhelming favorite was the bread pudding.

The decor is nice and classy without being pretentious. The server was friendly and attentive without being overly so. One of the owners made a point to greet our party and stop by our table to check on us. The Morris House Bistro is a very nice place to enjoy a special night out, even if you have no other reason to celebrate but to enjoy their creative menu!

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Thank WomanOfthePlains
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Reviewed May 29, 2012

We were part of a group that arranged a special lunch sitting for our organization. We had a wonderful, crisp salad, followed by a glazed pork tenderloing accompanied by Chef Damieone's Mac and Cheese Pie. The Mac and Cheese is like no other, made with a custard thickening instead of the grainy flour thickening used universally elsewhere. The desert was the special Bread Pudding, which is to die for! We had a great server and Chef D was there to visit and check on us. I hear that Sunday Brunch is starting this Summer. We can't wait!!

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Thank WyomingJimbo
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Reviewed May 27, 2012

Our party of five had a wonderful meal at the Bistro. Our meal selections from this menu unique to the Cheyenne area were all over the map -- crabcake appetizer, grilled bourbon pork chop, lowcountry shrimp with grits, cowboy cut ribeye, Carolina flounder and sweet potato gnocchi, followed by derby pie and key lime pie. No one had any complaints whatsoever. Service was quite good, with one exception that was obvious to me -- the waitress was not too knowledgeable of the wine selections. Fortunately, we had our own expert along. (I might note that this situation is not really unusual in Cheyenne -- not many restaurants have a long wine list, and a knowledgeable waiter or waitress is very rare. Sommeliers are virtually nonexistent.) RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Both seatings were full the night we went. And they are open only on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.

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