This place does not look to be the great place it is. The interior is an old converted warehouse filled with nick knacks from around the area showing the history of YNP and Gardiner. It's very relaxed and comfortable. Looking around the patrons were just that. The deck that over looks the river is inviting to everyone in good weather. We got our menus and everyone of us took the buffalo meat loaf. while we waited we munched on the elk meat nachos( To die for) the meat loaf was rated 10 out of 10 by all of us. We shared a single piece of chocolate layer cake that disappeared as if by magic. Service is excellent. How well did we like this place. After another hearty day of biking, and hiking in the park everyone of us voted to return to the Iron Horse. It was another evening confirming our first visit.
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