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Cassie’s Supper Club changes a little each year, but some things remain the same; elegant dining, fun with a western flair. Among the most dramatic changes this year is a renovation of the back bar. The bar was built in the mid-1800s complete with its original marble, stained glass and large mirror. It came from the Silvertip Bar in Belfry.

Cassie’s also has private dining in the new Orchid Room named for Cassies’ only daughter located on the north side of the club for meetings, luncheons, and other gatherings. It is decorated with antiques including an old still and old bottles that were unearthed when a telephone line was dug on the site.

Around the dance floor is an actual art gallery with paintings done by Austin Kuck. He spent an entire winter reproducing works by some of the greatest western artists. The paintings were created on wood panels that already lined the dance floor complete with painted-on gilded frames.

The band stage houses Cassie’s original cabin built around the turn of the century where West The Band plays year round. Steve Singer, the owner, is also the bass player in West. West is the premier band of Wyoming and has toured all over the country. They play some great originals like “Back To Wyoming.”

Cassie’s offers three levels of dining; starting off the dance floor and extending back into a more enclosed area. Steve Singer was a meat cutter for eight years and can identify good quality meats – meaning Cassie’s serves only the best choice beef. His prime rib and steaks are cut to order and cooked to perfection. “We have some of the best prime rib in the state” adds Steve. Cassie’s was voted “One of the Top Twenty Best Steakhouses in the West” by Cowboys & Indians magazine (Nov. 1999 issue). “That is a great honor” Steve adds. Diners may also select chicken and seafood including lobster and pasta dishes.

Cassie’s has also become a popular place for lunch. The daily special is available for $4.50 and changes every day. You can have a big prime rib sandwich with steak fries and garlic toast for lunch or order one of the many lunch dishes available.

Steve and Melody work to keep the aura of Cassie Waters alive by bringing in as much memorabilia as they can find. They have acquired many of the original items from Cassies’ estate. Also found, a collection of keys from the madam’s many rooms, antique ranges, and a horse and buggy lap robe that belonged to Cassie. Claude Brown purchased the robe in 1954 at Cassie’s estate sale. It was rolled up, tied with a piece of baling twine and stored in the Buffalo Bill Fur Salon vault until Katie Brown said, “It’s back where it belongs.” The robe now hangs in a case just inside the dining entrance.

Cody Wyoming is the “The Gateway to Yellowstone”.

For more information access its web page www.cassies.com or e-mail cassies@cassies.com

Cassie’s Supper Club / 214 Yellowstone Ave. / Cody, Wyoming 82414
(307) 527-5500 / Steve & Melody Singer