Stop me if you've heard this before. Wyoming's Rib and Chop House in downtown Cheyenne has been named the best steakhouse in the Cowboy State.

Their latest honor comes from the national travel site Thrillist, which noted that "the Certified Angus Beef keeps this place a leg above other restaurants. And the 24-hour-marinated baby back ribs make it well worth the four-hour drive from anywhere else in the state you're coming from."

In 2015, the popular chain was crowned the best steakhouse in both Wyoming and Montana by Business Insider; the only restaurant to win the award in two different states.

Based on Trip Advisor reviews, their Cheyenne location is currently ranked first out of over 100 restaurants in the Capital City.

The Rib and Chop House was founded in Livingston, Montana, in 2001, and now has eight locations througout the region, including franchises in Cody, Sheridan and Gillette. They also own and operate the Accomplice Beer Company in Cheyenne.