Ate here after a long day at Disney. Only had to wait a few minutes for a table and were seated in the farthest section. We were close enough to hear all the fun, but far enough back to not get caught in the crossfire, so to speak. There were few children seated back with us, so we didn't witness all the fun first-hand. The waiters and waitresses were still playful and friendly, giving us just a taste of the Wild West fun.
Their milkshakes are bottomless - we tried the orange. Tasted like a creamsicle - yum! For dinnner, we had the meatloaf, which was very good - two huge wedges of meatloaf, plus mashed potatoes and gravy and broccoli. It was all wonderful, but I couldn't finish it all. Husband had the all-you-can-eat skillet. TONS of food here. Everything was very tasty... BBQ chicken, sausage, ribs (very tender), pulled pork, corn on the cob, mashed potatoes and beans. The salad was good, and the cornbread was even better. It was sweet and almost cakelike, just the way we like it - YUMMY. We probably could have just eaten that with a big glass of milk and been happy. The only two things we weren't terribly impressed with were the BBQ beans and the dessert. Beans could have stood a few more minutes of cooking - weren't overly tender. We split the s'mores dessert - didn't impress. It's pretty, but not worth the $$$, in our opinion.
All in all, we were very satisfied with our visit to the cafe. It was expensive, but so is everything else at WDW... we'd easily eat there again.
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