This is a must see and experience if you are driving to Yellowstone from Bozeman. Situated a few miles before arriving to the Big Sky Resort turn, it serves up great breakfasts and fabulous dinners. The portions are generous, the quality of the cooking and service top notch, and the breakfasts will get any Montana cowboy going with a rib-sticking breakfast! We had originally planned to drive alternate routes into Yellowstone, but altered our plans so we could stop at this roadside eatery repeatedly. Wild game is on the menu and I ordered my first breakfast with bison sausage. The food arrived promptly, hot and delicious. The eggs were just as we ordered, the bison sausage huge and delicious, the hash browns hot and crispy, the sour dough toast just right . . . in short, the breakfast was a gastronomic success. My wife is from Medellin, Colombia, and we found he coffee a little weak, but have to note that what we call 'tea coffee' is the standard brew we found everywhere we went in Montana and Wyoming. We stopped for dinner on our way back one night and the 16 oz ribeye was one of the best steaks I have every experienced. It was party night, and the nearby bar patrons were intoxicated, but friendly and non obtrusive. I found myself playing the spoons along with a popular country song while awaiting dinner. I an an avid environmentalist, but found myself explaining to my wife (who was appalled at the pelts and heads adorning the walls) that we were in a hunting state and responsible harvesting of nature's bounty is in perfect harmony with natural law. Go figure! There is a nice little motel adjacent to the restaurant where we plan to stay on our next trip out. I just have to brush up on my fly fishing technique and Gallatin River trout, here I come. Kudos to a great operation.
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