If you visit Thermopolis, Wyoming- and there are so many reasons to do so, you'll probably stop in to have a meal and a brew at the town's famous One-Eyed Buffalo.

A while ago they began working on a second location, also downtown, across the street from their original location.

Well, that new location is finished. TIME TO MOVE!

Okay folks!! It’s almost time!!
One Eyed Buffalo Brewing Company will be closing at 9pm on Saturday, October 21st to start the transition over to our new location.
We will post when we are ready to re-open at 535 Broadway Street!
We apologize for any inconvenience during our closure. (One Eyed Buffalo Facebook Page).


It did not take long, though it must have been a lot of work.

The move is complete and WOW are they proud of their new and improved restaurant and brewery!

After a 13 months of plotting, planning, and construction we are excited to announce that we are finally open!!
Come on down and see us!!

Word must have gotten out about their grand reopening.

Folks came from all over Wyoming to see the new place.

Here are a couple of pictures on their Facebook page of Governor Gordon stopping in on the grand opening day.

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What a great surprise for our first night open!
Thank you Gov. Gordan and crew!

You will find their new location across from their old one, right in downtown.

It's bigger and you'll love the stage that will bring live music and other such entertainment to downtown Thermopolis.

Have you heard the news that @oneeyedbuffalobrewing in Thermopolis has a stunning new location?!

And the best part is, you definitely won't get lost finding it because it's just across the street from the old one!

But just look at that shiny new space - you've gotta check it out!

Congrats on your new digs, Friends! (Wyoming Craft Brewers Guild).

Something old is now new in Thermopolis, Wyoming.

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The Wind River Canyon.
River Rafting
Fly Fishing
Unique Shops.
Dinosaur Bone Hunting.
Dinosaur Museum.

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