Cody Restaurant History

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Name: Cody Restaurant History
Date: November 16, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM MST
Event Description:
The history of Cody area eateries; cafés, diners, bakeries, coffee shops, drive-ins and restaurants from 1900 -2019 will be explored at the Cody library. Park County Archivist Robyn Cutter will discuss the hundreds of establishments she has so far researched at 2 p.m. on the first three Saturdays in November.

On Nov. 2, she will present the eateries which span the letters A-H.  Topics include the A&W Drive-in, Bronze Boot, Cody Spudnut, Green Gables, Hughes Systems Inc. – a diner and Cody’s first cafe started by Buffalo Bill’s cook, George Grupp, in 1900.

The program on Nov. 9 will address I-P or the Irma through Patsy Ann’s. Queen’s Parlor and Café to Zapata’s, Q-Z, wind up on Nov. 16.
Location:
Park County Library
1500 Heart Mountain Street
Contact Information:
(307) 527-1880
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