My husband and I were on a road trip going west on I-40, and spent the night in Yukon. Primo's was within walking distance and was recommended by the hotel.
I'll say right up front that we enjoyed our meal. We had low expectations of what we might find in Yukon, but figured this would be fairly safe. However, you need to be tolerant of the small-town atmosphere and the lack of experience on the part of the staff. Our server was 16 years old, and a very pleasant yong man. He did not serve the alcohol we ordered and was very unfamiliar with the beverages we requested. We appreciated that he summoned the bartender, who helped us out with our order.
We ordered an appetizer of fried calamari, which was nicely prepared and served hot right out of the fryer. I had a decent Cesaer salad, and my husband said the gorgonzola dressing on his house salad was really good. My linguini alfredo was just what I wanted - cheesy and decadent - but far from the best I've had. My husband's veal piccata was slightly overcooked, but he said the flavor was good. He also liked the lemon caper sauce on his side of pasta.
Primo's doesn't have much atmosphere - predicatable wall art and bad lighting. I also found the selection of piped-in music to be very odd.
The price of our meal was very reasonable, and we left full and happy. Primo's is not a bad choice if you find yourself in Yukon. Good - but nothing special.
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