Stopped for breakfast the day after Labor Day. Just two tables there when we came in. Sat down, waitress came promptly, took order and didn't see her again at our table until 45 minutes later when she said our food was next. It was serve yourself coffee from a communal urn, no biggie except we discovered that was your entertainment while you waited an extrodinarely long time for your food.
When we finally got it just under an hour later, my food was hot, my husband's omlette was luke warm, veggies inside the omlette were just warmed up, not cooked at all. Hashbrowns were ordered well done, but arrived at the table barely warm let alone cooked crispy. When he mentioned this to the waitress, she literally didn't say anything! Just tipped her head and mumbled "Hmm" and stared at him for a few seconds, then walked away. After waiting this long, we weren't going to wait another second to have them remade.
This was one of just a few times in my life I didn't leave a tip, and I usually way OVER tip. We watched a couple who came in just a few minutes after us tell her that they couldn't wait any longer for their food, please box it up or forget it, we felt bad for them. Who plans on breakfast taking over an hour to get?!? They had one server, one cook, that's it for the staff. And really, that should have been sufficient based on the number of guests they had at the time. But it wasn't. The cook appeared she was capable of making just one ticket at a time, and very slowly. Too bad it went so poorly. It is a cute place and looks like it could be a neat bar to hang out at night. But NOT a place for breakfast, and especially NOT if you want to get your day started in Yellowstone anytime before noon.
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