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“Great for dinner - eclectic menu - good execution”

8th Street at the Ivy
Ranked #18 of 93 Restaurants in Cody
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $7 - $75
Cuisines: American
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Good for: Local cuisine
Dining options: Breakfast, Outdoor Seating, Reservations
Description: 8th Street at the Ivy is Cody's beautiful and casual restaurant. Opened in March of 2012 inside the Best Western Premier Ivy Inn & Suites, the restaurant features a beautiful granite bar with Alder wood details and charming patio seating. Serving unique American cuisine, and great classics! The contemporary atmosphere combined with incredible service, 8th Street at the Ivy is ideal for business meetings, casual breakfast, quick, quality cuisine for lunch or a casual fine dining experience in the evenings. Serving a variety of foods from local meats, hand cut steaks, fresh fish and seafood to delicious desserts, breads and soups made with as many local and organic ingredients as possible. Experience the difference in comfortable dining at 8th Street Restaurant at the Ivy.
Reviewed August 27, 2014

We were staying at the hotel and are usually skeptical about hotel restaurants. The menu in the lobby though promised a more "big city" dining experience than we had been having on our trip. We ended up having dinner here twice. We were pleasantly surprised by all of the items we chose. They obviously take care in the selection of ingredients and in preparation. Great wine selection. If you're looking for something other than steaks, burgers, and ribs - this is the place. (Skip their breakfast buffet)

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Reviewed August 17, 2014

We went here as we were late for the rodeo and it was part of our hotel. We were pleasantly surprised as the food tasted very nice: I had the steak (tasty!) with smoked mash (interesting and tasty!) and my partner had the burger which was also good. They also had gluten fee beer which was a surprise and made me happy! :-)

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Reviewed August 15, 2014 via mobile

This hit the spot. Tasty food for a very hungry and tired family of four. We ate for less than $50 at this higher end restaurant - kids had good sized meals from the kids' menu, and my husband and I had salad and sandwich, which were less than the higher priced entrees. The kids menu filled up my very active 9 yo, who normally eats as much as I do and can rarely eat off kids menus. I didn't rate this 5 stars only because there are hardly any restaurants out there whose food I think truly rates 5 stars.

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Reviewed August 13, 2014

the special one night was Salmon tacos and they were spectacular. The breakfast was pretty good too- it was nice that the kids' buffet price was cheaper than the adult price. Wait staff was very friendly and prompt.

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Reviewed August 12, 2014 via mobile

We decided to try this place again but for breakfast after several disappointing dinners over the last couple of years. Dinners aren't bad but not worth the price in our opinion. For breakfast they have a buffet or at least the tables are set up to look like they have a buffet. The little bit of food that was left (9:00am) was cold. No eggs in the covered serving bowl as well as tortillas, bacon and several other things as well no butter or jam. All this didn't matter that much at first because there were no plates anyway. We did get a coffee and water when we were seated but that was the last we saw of any service. We did have breakfast and it was ok but we won't be trying this again anytime soon. Also expensive for the area.

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