Adriano’s Italian Restaurant
1244 Sheridan, Cody Wyoming, 82414
For those of us old enough to have been around, “Spaghetti Western” is the old western movies that were filmed in Italy years ago. Clint Eastwood, Yul Brynner, Franco Nero, Charles Bronson, Jack Palance and more, graced the silver screen in the 1960’s and 70’s, shooting bad guys and winning the west. “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly,” “Any Gun Can Play,” “Savage Guns,” “Aces High,” and “Fist Full of Dollars” are a few of the 60+ western movies filmed in Italy.
At Adriano’s Italian Restaurant, “Spaghetti Western” takes on several meanings. First and foremost, Spaghetti Western means “AUTHENTIC ITALIAN CUISINE AND HOMEGROWN WESTERN HOSPITALITY.” This is our simple goal, and what we serve to our customers every day.
Living in Cody Wyoming and being very aware of the deep western roots, “Spaghetti Western” takes on several other meanings, such as:“Aces High” Ribeye Steak, served with spaghetti and marinara sauce, instead of French fries.
“Fist Full of Flatiron Steak” served with linguine and Alfredo sauce.
“High Noon New York Steak” served with Italian Garlic Breadsticks
Jay and Chrissy Linderman, along with sister/sister-in-law, Vickie Linderman Brass, purchased Adriano’s in May, 2010. With roots near Cody, this was a homecoming for Jay and Vickie.
Chef Chrissy is the rock-star of the group. A student of the Culinary Institute of America, both in Hyde Park, New York and St. Helena, California, Chrissy puts her Italian and Mediterranean training to work in Adriano’s. Supported by a great team in the kitchen, Cody and its visitors enjoy wonderful, authentic Italian dishes, along with Certified Angus Beef steaks and burgers.
Stop by for a fantastic lunch or dinner. Enjoy the best Pizza this side of Milan. Select a classic Chianti from our wine list. Try our “Holy Water,” “Italian Sunrise,” or “Bloody Adriano” from our cocktail list. Great Food, Great Hospitality, A Great Time at Adriano’s Italian Restaurant, 1244 Sheridan Ave, Cody, Wyoming
In the finest Cody tradition, Adrianos Italian Restaurant would like you all to come in and see the second most famous bar in Cody. Much like the storied antiquity in the Irma Café; rumor has it that the Queen of Italy gave this mahogany behemoth to the Outlaw Josey Wales if he would get the hell out of Italy and quit shooting people. JUST A RUMOR!!!
Inviting and warm, the new décor provides the perfect setting for that after work cocktail and hor dourves, or lunch and dinner. Check out the prints of old western film stars and soak up a little of rodeo history in our “Pale Rider Room”.