Whenever we go on a road trip, we usually head for the mountains for a family wilderness adventure or Denver for a couples date night. Rarely do we drive farther south than that, and never have we driven north or Fort Collins. I've never had the desire or need to venture up into Wyoming until this weekend - and no, it wasn't for Cheyenne Frontier Days.

I needed to grab some camping and hiking gear on the cheap, and we're fortunate to be within driving distance of the Sierra Trading Post Warehouse and Outlet. So, we woke up and hit the road, planning to grab breakfast along the way. Usually, Yelp isn't as helpful as I'd like it to be, but when it came to trying to find a great breakfast spot in an unknown city - we weren't led astray. The reviews for the Luxury Diner actually made us go out of our way for some classic diner grub.

The Luxury Diner is a small restaurant next to the Wyoming Motel and across from the busy railroad tracks in Cheyenne. The diner itself is a trolley car that ran from 1896 to 1912, and then found new life in 1926 as an eatery. Over the years, they grew by adding an addition to the trolly, but it's still very cramped. They make homemade biscuits, rolls, soups and homemade pies - and the place is jam packed with people waiting to partake in a slice of Americana (especially during busy weeks like Frontier Days)...

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