Sherrie Lopez of Sherrie’s Place in downtown Casper, takes care of her customers, her employees, her family and even the very building that houses her local celebrity status breakfast-lunch nook. Eighteen years ago Sherrie Lopez opened her restaurant on West Yellowstone Hwy., after working in the industry since a young age.
“The girls [Sherrie and her sister] started bussing tables and doing the dishes at the Pink Café back in the 70s,” said Betty Keane, Sherrie’s mother. Betty started in the industry at 15 and still works a daily shift making homemade cinnamon rolls and pies at 83 years young.
When Sherrie started her business in downtown Casper she had three young kids in school and she wanted to be around for their childhood, enter a Monday-Friday breakfast/lunch schedule and Sherrie never looked back.
“This place is like my second home,” said Tammy Stoops, who has been working at Sherrie’s for 16 years. “I graduated college and started here and I love what... Read More