The food here is pretty average. The servers are a bit quirky and awkward, but they do a good job. They realllllllly love John Wayne out here, it's kind of creepy. He'll stare at you for your whole meal.
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Slow service and the food only fair. Comfort food. Lone Pine is expensive being a tourist town. Place has lots of old pictures.
Went for a late breakfast at a slow time. Food was tasty, portions large. Enjoyed the movie themed decor too.
Service was slow for drinks and to place an order. I ordered a Club Sandwich and although it was not bad, parts of it that should have been hot or at least warm was ice cold. The staff were courteous but overwhelmed and the service...More
The decor is great, plenty of opportunities to take some nice travel photos. The food is ok. The service - not so good. The lady was way over her head, she was trying hard, but she was spread too thin.
Lunch was extremely friendly and well-served. All of the food looked, and smelled so good that I got more hungry as I ate. My Vegiburger was so-so, but everything else was scrumptious, and you could tell how great the diners felt about their food, which...More
Great place to pop in for a solid meal. Burgers were very good. French fries were fresh. Bottled beer available. Tons of old western actors pictures on the walls. John Wayne filmed several movies in the area and frequented this restaurant. Owners are very nice...More
Arrived here after we spent nearly 15 minutes being ignored by the staff at The Grill just down the street. What a contrast. This place has some character amd the waitresses couldn't do enough to help us. We were all famished and the eggs, bacon,...More
Stopped by for a quick bite. Menu was what you probably would find at your local diner, I had meatloaf and the wife had roast turkey, both were excellent. The walls are filled with pictures from the hay days of western films being made locally....More