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We came on a Thursday in July and the only thing open was the restaurant. The museum and gift shop said they open at 10am, but neither were open at noon. The food was okay, but we had some disappointed kids after telling them we’d...More
We had been to this restaurant several times over the years and always had a good experience with the food and service here. This time however was different one of our 2 dinners was I would say very poor. I had prime rib which I...More
We recently visited Front Street for the dinner and the show. Our experience was rather a mixed bag.
First, the negatives. The service was extremely slow. It was obvious that they were understaffed. The needed at least 2 more servers for those of use eating...More
We walked around the museum and gift shop, and peaked in the restaurant. We were not there when a show was going on. You can get lunch here for about $11-$15 plus drink. Didn't eat here, but looked at the menu. The museum has a...More
Front Street has been around since the early 60's. The free (a jar is provided for donations) museum is fun and quirky. The food has always been the best part of my visits. I had the buffalo chicken sandwich and fries for lunch. Very good!...More
We wanted a touristy thing to do while we stopped for lunch, and that's exactly what we got--but we didn't expect the affordable and delicious lunch at the attached restaurant! Totally worth stopping and taking the brief detour if you're going through Ogallala. The museum...More
Staff was friendly and efficient. Place had an old west feel. Our problem came with the food. The steak was as much fat and gristle as meat. Good baked potato and salad. The restaurant was busy on a Saturday night with locals so I’m assuming...More
Very interesting little replica of the old west. Street includes a bar, a restaurant, jail, general store, small museum, and others. Enough to keep you busy for an hour or more. Even more if you stop to eat.