We tended to end up starving after full days of exploring Yellowstone, so it's very telling that we ate here three nights out of four!
Turning up around 8, we had to wait a little to be seated (around 20 minutes). We got round this the second (and third) times by putting our names down for the following night's list.
Over the course of 3 nights, we tried plenty, from the traditional (lobster bisque, burgers, meatloaf) to more unique items like the farmhouse trout and the curried lamb rack. Everything was fantastic. The range of food on offer was superb, and there was plenty of great tasting local produce (elk, bison, etc.). A few really nice beers on tap, together with plenty of local craft beers and a wide selection of wines. The deserts are also something of a showpiece, and we loved the huckleberry bread pudding.
It tended to average around $25-30 each for the food per night, which really was excellent value. By this point of the trip, we'd had our fill of basic grill food, and the refined and varied food of the Madison Crossing was the perfect counterbalance!
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