Located on the third floor of the Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Building, the Brinton Bistro features indoor and outdoor patio seating and spectacular views of the Bighorn Mountains. Reservations are recommended and can be made ONLINE or by calling 307-763-5925. Please call for parties larger than 8.


The Bistro will remain closed to protect the health of our visitors and staff.


The Bistro Food Trailer is open!

2423 Coffeen Ave – Across from Perry’s Trailer Sales

11AM – 7PM

Call for pick up orders: (307)763-1906



Cooking with Jesse

Photo of Bistro Chef Jesse WoelberVirtual Cooking Class!
Every Friday, Jesse Woelber, Executive Chef at the Brinton Bistro, holds a virtual cooking class. The Brinton Bistro provides all the fresh ingredients pre-packaged to prepare the meal. All you have to do to participate is select the number of food packages you wish to order, add wine if you’d like, and select if you wish to pick up your order or have it delivered. Then follow along with Jesse online as you prepare your meal.



Flowers on the patio

Private Events

The Brinton Bistro and Event Pavilion are available for private events and special occasions throughout the year. Please contact Jennifer Dart at 307.763.5926 or jdart@thebrintonmuseum.org for more information.

Culture & Cuisine

We know most young adults likely won’t take advantage of something “boring” like visiting a museum, even if it is free, so we are offering some encouragement: Free Food!

Our college student Culture & Cuisine Package includes Museum Admission and Lunch at the Brinton Bistro to include any entrée plus dessert, and beverage (or the Sunday Brunch Buffet) at the discounted rate of $20.  This is a savings of $12!  We also have a Bring-A-Friend option for two students for only $39!

Encourage your college-aged student to step away from their connected device and take in some Wyoming history,  Western art, and Plains Indians culture at a beautiful, local setting all while partaking in a fresh, healthy meal.