This place has the best bison burger in town. I would say it is more for adults than families with children though.
We went here for breakfast on recommendation of a shop owner. We ordered the breakfast burrito and shared it. Both my husband and I had more than enough to eat and the burrito was very good. You do get your own coffee but we were not charged for coffee either of the two times we ate here. The second visit... More
We went here for dinner in June. It was a very cool looking place; however, no one ever came to take our order. My husband finally ordered our beers at the bar. Still no service. He finally had to go to the bar to order our food. Bartender was chopping fruit and ignored my husband for a good 5 minutes.... More
next door to the Yellowstone Rafting Company, it was a perfect spot for our crew after a day on the Yellowstone River. it is a bar with tables in the back, and many families were there for lunch. there are tWo pool tables and sports on the TVs to keep you entertained ( service was very slow, but the bartender... More
The Two Bit Saloon is great if your out for a night on the town. We went back in the morning for breakfast- took a while to get our food and it wasn't great - just okay.
This one feels like it belongs in a western town, the locals come here and you'll run into some real characters. The bartender was a real talker too. We didn't eat there but did put a dent in their beer supply. You'll enjoy it for sure.
YOu walk in, and they say, "coffee is over there". We were traveling with a family of 11. I ended up getting alll the coffee and tea. Eggs were OK, Bacon was BURNT TO A CRISP, and we are talking charcoal BLACK! Orange juice was a unshaken mix, bleh!
We were there before the previous review, Sept 8th, and had a slightly better experience. They had just hired a guy as a waiter, so we did get some extra attention. There is only one griddle that all the food is cooked on, so you can expect a wait, but compared to a couple other restaurants we checked out the... More
Stopped for breakfast the day after Labor Day. Just two tables there when we came in. Sat down, waitress came promptly, took order and didn't see her again at our table until 45 minutes later when she said our food was next. It was serve yourself coffee from a communal urn, no biggie except we discovered that was your entertainment... More
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