My husband and I were coming home from the Fourth Of July weekend in the AZ mountains, and decided to stop in Payson, AZ for the night - so we could leave very early the next morning to ride our motorcycles down into Phoenix, before it got too hot. We arrived tired, hot and hungry in Payson. After settling into our motel and cleaning up, we decided to get something to eat. The traffic was so bad, due to the Holiday, that we decided to walk across the street rather than fire up the bikes and go into town. Luckily for us, Fargo's was within walking distance. We visited Fargo's at about 2 pm on a Monday afternoon. The restaurant opens at 11 for lunch and stays open through dinner. The restaurant decor is comfortable and the booths are roomy. Tables are also available. We were very hungry, so at 2 pm, we requested the dinner menu, which is available all day. We started with a stuffed mushroom appetizer, which was very good - large mushrooms stuffed with crabmeat and topped with melted provolone cheese. There were six large mushrooms caps, served with lemon and drawn butter. For dinner, we had a large spinach salad, with candied pecans, craisins and a perfectly cooked cajun chicken breast on top. We also had the 12 ounce ribeye steak, served with delicious garlic mashed potatoes and a garlic spinach-onion-carrot vegetable side dish. Warm dinner rolls with whipped butter was also available. Needless to say, we were very satisfied by the time we left, and had no room for dessert - but they did look good. Due to the early hour, baked potatoes were not available (they are available after 4pm) but the garlic mashed was a wonderful alternative. The restaurant is not cheap, and our dinner cost about $43, without tip or drinks - but the food was well worth the price. Our waitress was courteous, attentive and available when we needed her. We will certainly return to try some other menu items on our next trip to Payson, AZ.