I don't know if I should feel pride, or ashamed, that I've been in enough Wyoming bars to feel confident in a top 10 best bars list.

I'm always up for learning about new places. So if I missed your favorite, let me know and I'll have to plan a visit!

10. Bronco Bar - Torrington

*A historic fixture of downtown Torrington. It can be a bit intimidating to enter because you can't really see in from the outside, but trust us, it's a good time.

9. The Library - Laramie 

*This one's for my microbrew/sports fans. If you're in the mood to try a homemade brew, these guys do it right. It's a great stop on a gameday, too!

8. Bar 10 - Riverton 

*A Wyoming themed casual atmosphere that has been a very welcome addition to Riverton's downtown.

7. Lander Bar - Lander 

*Historic spot to grab a cold one, and did we mention it's haunted? Get a spot saved early if you're in Lander for their epic 4th of July parties.

6. The Suite Bistro & Martini Bar - Cheyenne

*Cheyenne has some drinking hot spots, but this one has unquestionable topped the list for me. Wide drink menu in a fun atmosphere. PS - For those in the know, there's a prohibition style pub downstairs!

5. The World Famous Wonder Bar - Casper

*A Casper favorite for years, the Wonder Bar continues to produce a fun atmosphere and many unique events.

4. The Mint Bar - Sheridan

*Since 1907, the Mint Bar has been a western favorite. That tradition continues today with many historical artifacts on the walls and cold ones on tap.

3. Silver Dollar Bar - Jackson Hole

*The lesser of the touristy bars in Jackson Hole. Pull up a bar stool and admire the bar made of silver dollars, or grab a table and admire the Jackson Hole view.

2. Million Dollar Cowboy Bar - Jackson Hole

*Yep, it is the more touristy of the bars in Jackson Hole, but, where else can you drink in a saddle?

1. Buckhorn Bar - Laramie

*I'm not sure if it's the history of this place, or just a collaboration of everyone's college memories, but it's hard not to pick "The Buck" as our top bar in Wyoming!