Great hidden-away Mexican place. A well-known secret among Denver people. Nice wide variety of authentic food, plus fruit juice made in-house. Iffy neighborhood is only slight drawback, but part of the charm is kind of finding it in the middle of urban nowhere..
Decent bland food. Prices are on the high side. Got oversized calzone that was bland enough I couldn't eat the whole thing. Located in relatively isolated area with good parking.
Good selection and prices. Free next day delivery to the area. Web site is clunky but generally works, though you often have to use the print catalog to find something effectively. Have mixed up the occasional delivery but made it right. Business-to-business only.
Best Chinese in Laramie, probably, but that isn't saying a whole lot. Decent basic meals, nothing to write home about. Can get very busy sometimes due to the lack of good competition.
Good, standard Chinese food. Convenient location near Five Points. Their service is very quick. Decent prices and they offer both a "large" and "small" size for dishes, which is useful so you can vary your portion based on your appetite.
Nice non-chain dollar store. As usual for these, a random selection of stuff basically. Has some nicer items for a dollar store though, including some decent men's ties! However, I think it's just the one guy working there, so I've found they can be closed at random times unexpectedly.
Probably the best of the many liquor stores in Laramie. A wide variety of wine, including little reviews of some of the selections, which can be helpful for impulse shopping.
They make a good, large cheese pizza. Just a nice greasy pizza. They have decent calzones too. Solid and reasonably priced.
Good basic dependable pizza, stromboli etc. You know what you're getting with Coccos... Wish they would offer calzones though.
They have a good basic selection of beer. Hours are especially good, including Sunday hours, which is rare. Prices are pretty much average.