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All reviews brunch tamales cheesy hash browns pecan french toast huevos eggs benedict pot roast smothered burrito cobb salad breakfast burrito bread potatoes squeezed orange juice well worth the wait best breakfast in town downtown casper a popular place
This is one of the best Breakfast/Brunch restaurants in downtown Casper! Food is great and the staff is always friendly. In my busy life I truly enjoy their take out as I can't always find the time to sit down and enjoy the friendly atmosphere.
Once in awhile, I really enjoy a full breakfast out at a restaurant on Saturday mornings. Eggington’s is a really nice restaurant. I like the downtown setting. The brickwork inside, particularily the arches, are pleasing to the eye. The food is fantastic and my favorite...More
I go to Eggingtons for breakfast on a fairly regular basis. I have never been disappointed, their food is excellent. The service is always great. The atmosphere is very good. Yes you may have to wait a short while for a table, but that is...More
I don't wait in long lines for breakfast and anything over 20 minutes usually has me going elsewhere, but Eggington's wait on Sat. and Sun. mornings usually doesn't exceed my number. Fortunately, the turnover is fairly quick which gives me time to have a couple...More
Eggingtons was recommended to us and it was great! Everything was great, the food, the service and the atmosphere! I wanted to try everything on the menu. Will definitely go back when we are in Casper.
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I doubt everything is organic and purified but most of Wyoming's beef is free range and grass-fed. There are three, maybe four feedlots in the state and those are in the extreme southeastern part of the state, handy to... More
I doubt everything is organic and purified but most of Wyoming's beef is free range and grass-fed. There are three, maybe four feedlots in the state and those are in the extreme southeastern part of the state, handy to freeways for export.
Yeah, we're pretty rustic but most of us manage to kick the organic matter off our boots before entering an eatin' house. ;)