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What passes for upscale dining in Cheyenne was pretty good. I had a short rack of baby back ribs that were fall-off-the-bone delicious. Sure wish the server had mentioned that when he asked if I "wanted everything" on my salad that he meant upgrading at...More
What a great little place! We dined with our 2 teenage boys and parents. My father is visually impaired and our waitresses went above and beyond to make his dining experience pleasant. She even asked if he used the clock method with his plate. I...More
Have you ever had a waitress run across the room to offer to cut your fried chicken?? My husband has! He had a broken arm wrapped up in a sling (having had surgery a few days earlier) and realized he couldn't cut his chicken. Before...More
Two wait staff were on duty when I arrived. Both glanced at me from across the room and then ignored me. I seated myself and waited. After a few minutes one of them brought me a menu and a glass of water. I don't think...More
It has a lounge where I had hoped to get a drink, but there was no bartender. All you could get was a beer. The meal was chopped sirloin that was tough and flavorless. There was no music. All you heard was the sound of...More
Passing through on a trip from Des Moines to Denver. Wanted to grab breakfast so checked TripAdvisor and pulled into the parking lot. One other vehicle on the lot, a hand made sign, “Closed, sitting on a chair to the right of the door, but...More
They refused to let me use a restaurant.com gift certificate because it was on my phone. Then looked at me like I was from outer space when I asked if I could pay with a gift card. Printed certificates only, cash only.