Had breakfast there. Thought the quality of the food was cheap and tasteless. Water had strange iron taste. Prices high.
I have been going to the Open Range restaurant in the Best Western Outlaw Inn since the late 1960's. the food has gradually gone down hill in the past five years. My family and I ate there on October 1, 2013, I ordered wine and it was served in a very dirty glass, something was crusted on the inside of... More
I have eaten at this restaurant many times over the 20 years I lived in Wyoming prior to 2000, but had not been there since. We had mixed feelings about our breakfast visit this time. My wife had the French toast with bacon, I had the Belgian waffle with sausage. Hers was good, my waffle was so-so (it tasted like... More
I had the veggie omelette, which I requested to be done with egg whites. It was overall good. The place was clean and the staff was very friendly (maybe a bit too friendly...). The only thing that upset me was the ketchup. It was Heinz, which means it was mainly corn syrup. If they had Hunts without High Fructose Corn... More
Was not expecting anything great so was not disappointed. The food is OK, nothing to write home about, but what one expects from a small hotel restaurant. But its convenient on a cold winters night to dine in at the hotel rather than go out, so if all you are looking for is a simple meal, a cold beer or... More
Stopped here and ordered pork chops with double veggies no gravy.... ( first day of paleo diet ) three small pork chops arrived with a very nice portion of fresh snap peas and finely chopped red bell pepper. I think even though delicious, the pork may have been slightly breaded, so if you have gluten issues ask the waitress.
Only other option for a vegatable except for potatoes or pasta was over cooked corn. I will have to say the clam chowder soup was pretty good.
We really enjoyed our dinner here. Usually we don't eat at hotel restaurants because the food leaves much to be desired. However, we were quite happy with the quality of the food as well as the service.
When you walk in you expect traditional dinner, but then the menu comes out ad it is veal, elk and etc. your in the basement of a hotel over looking a cement pad in a truck stop area. I was looking for something simple easy. If you can't make these things well don't try. Breakfast however was excellent. The service... More
My husband had the Chicken Fried Beef Steak, but it had no seasoning in either the meat nor the gravy. His side of linguini also was underseasoned. He said the pea pods were good. My Western Salad had fresh lettuce and ingredients, but the avocado was so thinly sliced that the flavor simply didn't transfer into the salad. The "house... More
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