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Rib & Chop gets Casper liquor license approval ahead of December opening

(Trevor T. Trujillo, Oil City)

CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming’s Rib & Chop House plans to open in December at the former Wonder Bar location in downtown Casper.

They now have approval for a liquor license necessary to serve alcohol along with their menu items.

(Trevor T. Trujillo, Oil City)

The Casper City Council approved the transfer of the retail liquor license from 3OH7 Hospitalities, LLC (who did business as C85 @ The Wonder Bar prior to closing) to Casper Chop House, LLC during their Tuesday, Nov. 19 meeting.

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The license won’t be issued until the restaurant gets a state health permit and a City of Casper health license.

A Wyoming Rib & Chop House sign has been installed above the entrance to the 256 South Center Street location.

(Trevor T. Trujillo, Oil City)

If you would like to contact members of the Casper City Council regarding this or any other issue, here is their contact information:

Mayor Charlie Powell (Ward II, Term Expires 1/5/21):

Vice Mayor Shawn Johnson (Ward II, Term expires 1/3/23):

Councilman Ken Bates (Ward II, Term expires 1/5/21):

Councilman Steve Cathey (Ward III, Term Expires 1/5/21):

Councilman Steve Freel (Ward III, Term expires 1/3/23):

Councilman Bob Hopkins (Ward I, Term expires 1/5/21):

Councilman Mike Huber (Ward I, Term expires 1/5/21):

Councilwoman Khrystyn Lutz (Ward I, Term expires 1/3/23):

Councilman Ray Pacheco (Ward III, Term expires 1/3/23):

Council members can also be reached by mail at: 200 N. David Street, 82601

If you would like to contact members in your specific ward, but don’t know which ward you are in, a map is available at the City of Casper’s website.