Great food and Monica was wonderful. The menu was short and sweet. Great place for date night or to take the family.
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Waitress was brusque and menu is limited. Second time is not a charm, eggs cooked improperly, bacon not as ordered and forget the little silver dollar pancakes an thimble sized syrup servings. Others had eggs Benedict and said the Hollandaise tasted like it came from...More
Breakfast at this cafe is a very limited menu and the prices for basic dinner fare are a little high. If you go the food will be all right, but. make sure you tell your waitress if you want anything but wheat toast. I have...More
Replacing a cook with a chef is the first good thing. New flooring and a shorter eclectic menu make it an interesting place to eat. Also replacing sometimes surly disinterested waitress with attentive younger staff really helps.
We stopped by for lunch and had a good burger. Very quiet and the view is pretty. Cozy and friendly local place.
I have to admit I've only been for breakfast but it is always great! Really generous portions, wide choice and great atmosphere. The view of the creek is an added bonus.
The service was pretty darn slow. We would order a drink and never get it or have to remind them once we could finally get someone. The food was okay. Just takes forever for any and everything from drinks to the food and then to...More
Nice, mountain atmosphere. If available, get a table with a window overlooking Bear Creek. During our meal, we observed a dozen mule deer coming over to the creek for a sunset sip. A strikingly peaceful view while having tasty suppers. We started with the cheese...More
We went on a friday night for dinner with another couple. They had the fish dinner & I had the honey smoked salad. The fish was good - 2 large pieces not to heavily breaded or over fried. Could do all u can eat but...More
If you think green chile sauce should be its own food group and smothering nearly anything on your plate with it makes it heavenly this is the place for you! We sat outside by the river, drank a Fat Tire, ate a breakfast burrito and...More