Service was quick, food was really good! The Cajun chicken pasta really is amazing! Desserts good too, I had a lovely creme brûlée and my boyfriend had a very rich chocolate mousse!
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Probably one of the best places in West Yellowstone. Good food and service. Worth a visit if you're in the area.
Ate here two of the three nights we were in the city. The food is very well prepared and presented. Try the chartucherie plate - some wonderful cheeses. The decor is nothing fancy, but the atmosphere is that of a place where locals would go...More
We ate here during a busy holiday season after a long wait, much longer than was indicated when we arrived. We were attended to reasonably promptly. Wine and beer prices were fair and the products were of fair quality. We chose to share a house...More
This was a fortuitous find in a remote town. The food and the drinks were fabulous. Try the huckleberry mule for a new and delicious twist to a Moscow Mule. The bison filet was deliciously spectacular. We had it two days in a row.
Main attraction for us was the 3 days in Yellowstone Nat'l Park. It is marvelous. See everything while you are there. Don't miss anything. The town of W. Yellowstone was a neat place.Luv'd the shops and places to eat.
A nicer option in an area with limited options; My husband liked his flat iron entree; I was not as big a fan of the bison burger. We went at 6:30pm on a Thursday and were promptly seated and had great service. They don't take...More
Tonight, my husband and I were so looking forward to enjoying our dinner at Madison Crossing in West Yellowstone. We started our meal with a friendly waiter and a welcoming smile.....that is where the evening started going south..we ordered the recommended smoked trout bruschetta for...More
The flat iron steak was excellent, as was the chicken. They were featuring an Italian wine the night we were there, and it was outstanding. We would definitely return.
This was the first school ever build and now it's a restaurant with shops and art galleries. Though it was pouring outside the place was packed. My husband ordered the elk meatloaf with mash potatoes and I ordered the flank steak with chimichurri. Both were...More