We went for the salad bar but it wasn't very big. They didn't have much of a selection. The items we ordered off the menu were okay. We weren't overly impressed. The bathroom was a bit odd. The wall in front of the toilet was...More
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I liked the bighorn for breakfast. The portions are filling and there are lots of options done right. Friendly attentive staff, old fashion dessert, and small town feel. They have a small salad bar and serve lunch or deli sandwiches to go, might try them...More
This place was great for breakfast. Three of us went there the day after Thanksgiving and it was hopping. The menu had a lot of selections and the staff was very accommodating. The homemade hash was good but did have too many hash browns on...More
Have eaten here many times. Everything on the breakfast menu that we've tried was fresh and delicious. Wait staff is awesome. Very reasonably priced.
I have to chuckle at their menu (that is, in a good way). The use of adjectives to describe their food is fun and true. They do have fluffy omelets, crispy waffles, and juicy burgers! You get a lot of food for the money and...More
It doesn't look like much from the outside but, it is has great food. It is a simple home style place, nothing fancy inside. We had a Bison, Elk and regular hamburger and they were all great and the onion rings where fabulous . Plus...More
Breakfast is my favorite meal an the Big Horn Restaurant kept that alive. The menu was broad and took advantage of being in the mountains with the different meats to go along with the very fresh eggs. We were a group of 8 and ordered...More
great place for breakfast, everything tasted great, I had the smoked pork chops with eggs and hash browns, were delicious.
This is one of our go-to places in Estes Park. It is unpretentious yet the food and service are always good. Our most recent visit was on Halloween Day, at about 2:30 after we had hiked in RMNP. They were planning to close early that...More
Okay food and okay prices - nothing special. My husband ordered the fajitas and it was served in one giant tortilla with beef that was more like deli sliced roast beef instead of fajita meat.