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Casper Food Critic

I'm tired of watching wonderful restaurants vanish, because nobody knows they exist. I am also tired of absolutely horrid restaurants who continue to serve the same slop and are never held accountable. My goal is to remain completely anonymous and bring to light the good and bad of Casper's (and surrounding towns) eateries. I must say though, this is my OPINION. I know it upsets folks, but again, OPINION. I have created my rating scale. A simple 1-10. I will include a random object that expresses my mood at the time. For example, if I really hate a meal, I would give it a rating of 2 urinal cakes. While a great experience may get 9 gummy bears. Numbers are key, objects are not. So here is the breakdown 1-Absolutely unfit for human or animal 2-Slightly above eating in a gutter. 3-Typical fast food fare 4-Typical fair food fare. Cooked by carnies 5-Lowest level of good. But I doubt I would repeat a meal there unless under duress 6-Getting respectable. Extenuating circumstances must be taken into account. 7-Places I would frequent. 8-Very few places will ever reach this level 9-I know of no place in Wyoming that could get this number . . . . . .Yet 10-Absolute perfection. From food to atmosphere. Only 1 place in the country has ever impressed me this much.
Five Guys Buirgers and Fries
Nick Perkins, Townsquare Media
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Casper Food Critic – Five Guys Burgers and Fries Doesn’t Live Up To Their Rep

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Casper Food Critic- Poor Boys Is Worth The Money

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Casper Food Critic- Wyoming Burger Company Leaves Much To Be Desired [OPINION]

A note from the editor: The following is an original review from the "Casper Food Critic." The purpose of this review is to offer a single consumer's opinion about an establishment's food and service. At K2 Radio, we believe anonymity to be of paramount importance - this is to ensure that the Casper Food Critic receives the same quality food and service as any other customer. We encourage you, the reader, to join the conversation and leave your own reviews in the comment section at the bottom of the page.

What could I do? As a red blooded American, how could I turn down the allure of a restaurant that specialized in burgers? My buddies and I watched with eyes agape as we drove by the new Wyoming Burger Company and their big sign. We counted down the days until we could munch some excellent Wyoming beef. Little did we know, we would end up longing for the heavily processed meat of even the crappiest fast food dive.

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Casper Food Critic- Bosco’s Is A (Not-So) Blast From The Past

As a young man, I remember the excitement generated by a certain establishment in Casper. Crowds would brave long waits and miniscule parking for a chance to taste some authentic and filling Italian food. I can remember standing outside as lines formed around Bosco’s Italian, nestled in a small corner of Casper. Wanting to recapture that fever, I decided to return after a hiatus of several years. I was hoping beyond hope to rekindle that feeling from my youth.

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Casper Food Critic- Cactus Jack’s Gets Cut Some Slack…But Not Much

Like a candy wrapper caught in an updraft, I was swept down the highway at record pace. Swirling and twirling through the wild Wyoming wilderness, my destination was the remote outpost of Rawlins. A large project, over which I was lording, was coming to an end and it was now or never. While I don’t like to be away from my beautiful family, I do enjoy the ability to sample fare from all over this amazing state.

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