Stopped in for a beverage and lunch on our way to Durango. Delicious burgers, hand cut fries. A diamond in the ruff!
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Everything is fresh. It's painfully mom-and-pop, so get on board with that. The décor probably is circa 1949, but that can add to the experience if you let it. The sodas are NOT free refills, despite the printed menu clearly saying so, so beware.
Blink and you'll miss it. It's called the Highline now, but we just call it our must-stop on the way to/from Breckenridge. Friendly people, yummy, home-style food - the tamales w/green chili are my fave, great shakes, and in spite of what others say, the...More
This is a great restaurant, and worth a detour if you're driving through the area. Loved everything we got, and the staff were great. For such a tiny town they really have an incredible restaurant, and it's great to stop in and see what these...More
Tucked away in the tiny town of Hartsel. We live about 15 miles away, and often see many cars parked there so decided to try it out. It is the HIghline now. My husband loved the burger, and the fries are the real thing, they...More
The Highline Cafe will not disappoint, the homemade food, and wonderful customer service! I recommend chile relleno that are made with Munster cheese, Spanish omelet, Combo breakfast. Portions are large 1/2 orders are the portion of an average plate. You will be glad you took...More
Stopped by for breakfast and really enjoyed it. Decided to bring the whole family back for breakfast and was not disappointed. Had the chance to stop by for lunch later in the trip and had a buffalo burger that was excellent.
We stopped by here on a day of just driving for fun. It's abit dated inside with a carpet that probably should have been replaced years ago. On the other hand the folks were very friendly, with alot of sun brewed iced tea in the...More
There pancakes are so sweet and yummy, Wish they were bigger. They also have very good burrito and at a reasonable price. the waitress was very friendly.
Outa Rocky Mountain Oysters. French fries were 4.5 star highlight. Green chili was good. Both Buffalo and Beef burgers cooked to a dryness like the desert. It was called High Line when we were there. We spied no other restaurant though the reviews we saw...More