I didn't know you could even mess up chips and salsa and a chicken burrito but they proved me wrong. It tasted terrible. Just.....don't.
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We went in here on Thanksgiving when they had a special menu in addition to their burgers. Many things were not available, so it should have made life simpler for everyone. First off, they were opening at 4:30 but they kept a bunch of us waiting outside in the cold until 4:40. They could have been considerate and even let... More
Fun place to relax after hiking all day. Nice bar area - friendly service. Nice to get a drink here and then wander around downtown Moab.
After a hard day of mtn biking a good burger and a cold beer are a must. One out of two isn't good enough in a tourist town, even if it's near the end of the season. We ordered their burger for $7.99. The bun tasted like it was day old bread and the rest of the burger was mediocre.... More
2 Families - 9 people total visited here for dinner. The service was possibly the worst I've had anywhere. The waiter did not refill our water or bring any items we requested (straws, ketchup) without multiple reminders. One of our party ordered a gluten free bun due to having celiac - we could find not difference between the supposed gluten... More
After a hard day of hiking Arches National Park, we decided to try Eddie McStiff's. Service was extremely fast. I had the steak dinner. Steak was cooked as requested and tasted good. The onion rings were delicious.
We were just here during the Folk Festival last weekend and Moab was packed. We went on a Sunday evening and the service was great. We both had one of their burgers and fries and they were really yummy. The beef was excellent. No frozen steam-rolled patty. They have a large selection of beers and the bar is really nice... More
Each time I visit Moab, I make time for a stop at McStiff's for a meal. It feels comfy and relaxed here...I feel like a local, sipping a cocktail, shooting the breeze with the staff, and enjoying my meal. Good food, good people, and conversation...what else could you possibly want?
We were not greeted when we arrived and had to get the attention of someone to get seated. Should have left then. Waiter seemed more interested in talking with his friends at the bar.
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