The food is good but not great. They did have excellent doughnuts. We bought 6 for $3 to take home. That was the best part of our meal.
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We went with a group of 7 of us for breakfast. I was hesitant because of some review complaining about waiting so long for seconds. ( and it could be true for his case )----but for us we had no problem with the amounts that...More
A log cabin "mess hall" style restaurant with long table seating serves breakfast platters to share of pancakes, scrambled eggs, ham/link sausage, biscuits and gravy, donuts, oven-fries and a choice of juices and/or other beverage. You may ask for seconds and thirds. Donuts and potatoes...More
All you can eat. The mood at Paul Bunyan’s is very appealing as you take a step back in time. Beautiful woodwork from days gone by as one looks around and imagines life of the old lumberjacks. Of course this building is much nicer that...More
This place isn't all it lives up to be. We came Tuesday, they said they were done seating at 2:30. Fine. Open Wednesday until 7 p.m. Drive 20 minutes on Wednesday, fully preparing to use Lucille if necessary, and lo and behold Lucille was thirsty....More
Best all you can eat breakfast place on the planet. Starts with warm donuts to die for. Then French toast pancakes&syrup eggs potatoes ham sausage Kielbasa biscuits&gravy - get there early to avoid lines and you'll need whole day to burn it off! Awesome giftshop...More
This restaurant offers all-you-can-eat meals, and they don't disappoint! The food is fine, nothing fantastic, but well prepared and fresh. I have only been here for breakfast, and it was standard, hearty breakfast fare. But the prices are high, and overall, the restaurant feels like...More
We have driven by this place a million times and never eaten here. Donuts were served warm and were great. After donuts food goes down hill fast. Coffee was weak, orange juice watered down, eggs were cooked to death, potatoes were mostly burned, etc. won't...More
Our family only enjoyed the ribs and chicken. The pasta was over cooked and the mashed potatoes were just ok. The table is not cleared away as the family style portions were eaten. I wouldn't go there again.
The food was much better than the hokey sign out front had me expecting. This place has been open since 1961 in a resort town. They know what they're doing. My family stopped for breakfast. It is served family style. No one left hungry. Though...More