Wyoming’s oldest bar is NOT in Aladdin, Wyoming!

So much for Black Hills FOX and their #FakeNews

And Wyoming’s oldest bar? Let’s just say you have to try hard to get there. It’s not a place you just stumble into. Miner’s and Stockmen’s Steakhouse in Hartville, Wyo., north of Guernsey, Wyoming earns the distinction as the Cowboy State’s oldest bar. It opened its doors in 1862—28 years before the territory became a state. According to 24/7 Wall St., “Miner’s and Stockmen’s Steakhouse is the oldest bar in Wyoming, and Hartville is the oldest incorporated town in the state. Hartville’s days as a mining boomtown are long gone though. Today the town has a population of only a few dozen. However, Miner’s boasts that people travel from the neighboring states of Colorado and Nebraska to enjoy its steaks. It also boasts a menu with 35 different whiskeys.”Hartville is just north of Guernsey, Wyo.


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