Very reasonably prices with a large patio area. They also offer take out. Many sandwich offerings. BLT was well made with crisp bacon and fresh tomatoes. The berry pie was delicious.
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I love everything about this restaurant. We ate here several times during our trip. It was that good. We both loved every dish we tried on both the breakfast and lunch menus. But oh my...the homemade pies!! During this trip out west we made several stops on Route 66 specifically to find the best homemade pie but nothing compares to... More
We love eating here! We go to Jackson 1-2 times a year and this place is a must for us. We've tried a variety of things for breakfast here and are never disappointed. My favorite is the Cowboy Benedict & my husband loves the Huevos Rancheros. Great coffee too. We love to eat on the patio and the bakery items... More
We used to live in Jackson (1980s) and frequently purchased danish at the Bunnery. We felt the need to eat there when we recently visited Jackson. The lunch sandwiches were great. The almond stick pastry was buttery, flakey, sweet and crunchy. Yum.
After an early morning start to our wildlife tour we were looking for some lunch. We came across The Bunnery and we were seated on the patio area. both food and service were good and the food sensibly priced considering the town centre location.
Two years ago we loved eating at the Bunnery - not sure why this time was so blah! We asked to sit outside on the patio and they said it wasn't open so squeezed us in the tiny interior dining area. But right after we were seated they started letting folks set outside. The breakfast was good, service was good,... More
We actually ate at the Bunnery twice while we were in Jackson. Their French toast, topped with fresh strawberries and whipped cream is delicious. They have their own bread that they make, called OSM (oats, sunflower seed and millet) - it's yummy but very dense, so it doesn't take a whole lot to fill you up. I would definitely recommend... More
I went here with my family, and we really enjoyed it. The staff was courteous and kind. I had the New England clam chowder with bacon along with half of a Sleeping Indian sandwich, and I really enjoyed both of those. Another family member had the Tram grilled cheese and a bowl of tomato soup, and he really liked that... More
Always a wait and service can be a bit spotty but the food is worth it! Come early and be prepared to wait. Lunch is solid too. A great place to start the day before venturing out for a day outdoors!
Don't save for last because then you won't be able to return - and you will definitely want to. Don't leave town without trying their special pancakes - but problem is choosing from their varied and fabulous menu - at least 6 different kinds of grilled cheese; egg dishes I never thought of - tried two and they were delicious.... More
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Do you have outdoor seating? We have a small dog that will be with us & prefer not to leave her in the car. She can be on leash or in a stroller.