Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Morris House Bistro: Blending the art of food & historic preservation

The Morris House Bistro, a fine dining establishment in downtown Cheyenne featuring South Carolina Lowcountry cuisine, received the Bill Dubois Award for Historic Preservation on Tuesday. Bill Dubois, grandson (and namesake) of Cheyenne's most famous architect, presented the award to Morris House Bistro co-owners Dameione Cameron and Troy Rumpf. The restaurant has been opened barely a year and it's thriving, and soon will offer a Sunday brunch. Read the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle article: Restaurant honored for historic preservation. For more about MHB, go to

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