Located on the third floor of the new Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Building, the Brinton Bistro features indoor and outdoor patio seating and spectacular views of the Bighorn Mountains. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made ONLINE or by calling 307-763-5925. Please call for parties larger than 10.

Blackened shrimp skewer and wine

Spring Hours

Brunch: Sunday 9:30 AM – 1 PM

Lunch: Monday to Saturday  11 AM – 2 PM

Dinner: Thursday, Friday & Saturday 5:30 – 9 PM

Important Dates

The Brinton Bistro will be closed on the following evenings:

Thursday, June 22; Saturday, June 24; Friday, June 30; Friday and Saturday July 21 & 22 & Friday, July 29; Friday and Saturday, August 4 & 5; Thursday, August 10; and Saturday, September 9. 

Enjoy a complimentary glass of house wine or beer with your meal on THURSDAY NIGHTS!

The Brinton Bistro is also available for private events and special occasions. Please call 307.672.3173 to learn more.

 

Buttermilk fried quail, figs, with wild mushroom game jus
Buttermilk fried quail, figs, with wild mushroom game jus
Buttery scallop, red pepper relish, almond cream
Buttery scallop, red pepper relish, almond cream
Warm golden beet salad, pistachio vinaigrette, point ryes blue cheese
Warm golden beet salad, pistachio vinaigrette, point ryes blue cheese

To learn more about our new “Culture & Cuisine” Package for college students, which includes free admission to the museum and lunch or brunch at the Bistro, please click here for more information and a downloadable form. This great new addition was suggested by the mother of a college freshman here at Sheridan College.

To purchase the gift package online please go to our secure page at Network for Good.

“My ideal evening is one spent with good friends, good drinks, and great food. Here at The Brinton Bistro we strive to create this type of dining experience for you, and we hope it is one of the best memories of meals you will have. ”

Travis Sorenson

Executive Chef, The Brinton Bistro

Executive Chef Travis Sorenson
Executive Chef Travis Sorenson