My husband, our three year old and myself arrived for breakfast at 10:20am. Two groups were ahead of us and were promptly seated. Then we waited while the hostess wondered around the dining room. When she finally came back to the hostess stand she said they were no longer serving breakfast. It closes at 10:30. It was 10:31. I understand there are rules. I know the chef needed time to prepare lunch. What I don't understand is why she seated the two other groups but not us when she plainly saw we were waiting. There were empty tables. We had a hungry three year old with us too. That was low. This was by far the worst experience in a National Park lodge we have ever had. Go somewhere else.
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