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About 8th Street at the Ivy
Located within the luxurious Best Western Premier, 8th Street at the Ivy serves up exquisite upscale dining. Combining a contemporary atmosphere with premium service, 8th Street at the Ivy offers a selection of foods made from local meats and produce, using as many fresh and organic ingredients as possible.
Whether you arrive for breakfast, lunch or dinner, 8th Street at the Ivy has a wide menu selection for you to choose from. Entrée favorites of the house include a classic burger, spiced honey glazed naked wings, a char-grilled New York strip and much more. Other house specialties include ratatouille and fish tacos made with grilled tilapia.
Cody, WY 82414
Contemporary American, Wine Bar, American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday thru Friday: 7:00am - 11:00am Saturday and Sunday 7:00am - 10:00 am
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Nightly: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Specialty menus on request.
Private Party Facilities:
Meeting, Board and Dining Rooms available.
Private Party Contact:
Julie Cocchia/Courtney Smith: (307) 587-2572 ext. 400
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
We came to 8th Street for our anniversary dinner. We like the bar and the appetizers so thought we'd try the restaurant. There wasn't much of a selection on the menu. I ordered the Fusilli with chorizo. I'm a huge fan of chorizo but this sauce was over-the-top tart. I think it had capers in it or something vinegary. I couldn't finish it. Bread wasn't served with the meal which is probably a good thing. I would've eaten too much of it in lieu of the sour-tasting pasta.
Cody is not a place for foodies, except for those who require a quarter heifer on their plates, smothered in sauces, and surrounded by carbos. 8th and Ivy was an exception, with an inventive chef with an eye for detail -- makes his own spice bread and individual desserts, good salads, interesting sauces for lamb, fish, and beef, and perfectly done grilled Brussels sprout leaves drizzled in spiced butter. We were so pleased and frankly relieved that we dined there three nights in a row. By the way, staffing restaurants is very difficult in Cody, so don't expect consistent quality service anywhere. At least at 8th and Ivy, the staff were personable and friendly. Every local noted the lack of good restaurants for themselves.
Asked Chief to make a Spinach Salad with Aha Tuna. No problem it was fantastic. Had a Lemon chiffon dessert that was out of this world.
Waitress was very nice and never forgot I was there even when a group came in.
I was very impressed that the restaurant was part of a Best Western Hotel. Look forward to my next visit to Cody.
Four of us with August birthdays had a small celebration. I think we may do it again next year. As we are all "seniors" and our appetites are not what they once were, some of us decided to split two meals and get a half-sandwich half-salad combination. The restaurant was very accommodating. The room was quiet enough that we could actually have a conversation without having to shout, and of course the view was fantastic!
We had a party of 7 for dinner, they were ready for us when we arrived. The kids loved the Bison Burger. Ribeye was good. 2 had the trout, the taste was great however the portion was small. 2 had short ribs. One was happy. The other was almost all fat. When we mentioned this to the waitress,she didn't seem too concerned. She just kept on cleaning the table. When we got the bill, she credited a 3$ drink for the disappointing 20+$ meal.
The chef 's choice to add oregano to the red snapper was not a fit for me When I asked for the butter/lemon/oregano sauce on the side - it did not show. I was served a bland highly peppered steamed snapper. Finally, the server brought cold butter and a little oregano. I was told it wasn't a sauce, it was three ingredients. Me - ok where's the lemon? I mentioned to the server melted butter would have been nice instead of cold butter on cold fish. They were not kind/experienced enough to suggest if you don't like oregano -maybe butter and lemon on your fish might be more to your taste? I will not return and I would not suggest you dine there. This place is not for people who like eat good food prepared by a good cook.
The breakfast buffet was a little disappointing. The eggs were somewhat runny and the biscuits and gravy were not all that great. Also, we sat at the table for quite a while before we finally had to ask about getting menus. We were never told about the buffet and that it was the only option for breakfast.
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