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A Musical Tribute To Taco John’s [VIDEOS]
To celebrate Taco Tuesday, here’s a musical tribute to Wyoming’s favorite “West Mex” franchise. As much as we enjoy it here in the Cowboy State, nobody loved Taco John’s more than punk rock legend Wesley Willis. The Chicago-based musician, who died in 2003, once vi…
Wyoming Couples Share Their ‘Taco John’s’ Love Stories
Love is a many splendored thing. So are tacos. Yesterday, we published a statewide poll asking Wyoming residents if it is acceptable to take a date to Taco John’s. Clearly, the overwhelming majority of Wyomingites consider Taco John’s a romantic restaurant. At last count, over 80 perce…
Building A Better Taco John’s
Looking from current Taco John’s to new location across Yellowstone. Cheyenne, Wyoming’s own Taco John’s is growing and building a bigger restaurant across the street from its current 5410 N Yellowstone Road location. With more seating and more parking, they hope to open in Nove…
Legends of Cheyenne Frontier Days, Part 5: ‘Taco’ John Turner
The Taco John’s fast food chain now operates over 400 restaurants in 25 states, but it all started with a small food truck down the street from Cheyenne Frontier Days. John Turner was an officer in the United States Air Force. After serving in the Korean War, he was stationed at F.E. Warren A…
Wyoming’s Most Important Food Innovation
Georgia gave us Waffle House while Alaska; the King Crab. Sliced bread came from Iowa, hot sauce from Louisiana. Michigan gave us Domino’s Pizza while Nevada introduced the buffet. Vermont brought Ben & Jerry’s and Oklahoma contributed Girl Scout Cookies. Each state brought somethi…

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