This was one of the most memorable occasion of our trip only because it was the worst experience we had in our 8 day getaway. To begin, it's the only restaurant for miles around so if you are staying in Union Creek you are pretty much trapped. For this reason, we gave Beckie's two opportunities. The first day we were seated immediately but after waiting for 30 minutes without so much as a greeting we left. On the way out the door we mentioned that we might be back when they were less busy (although our waitress only had 4 tables) we were informed that we were lucky that we were sat so quickly and would not have that opportunity if we returned.
When we returned the next day we waited with hordes of hungry travelers out in the heat while tables sat empty and uncleaned inside. Most people that were waiting ended up walking across the street to a Conestoga wagon that was serving barbecue (I HIGHLY recommend the brisket!!). When we were finally seated we had the same slow service. With the exception of the huckleberry pie, the food was less than average.
My recommendation is if you are hungry and want Beckie's pie you should order a pie to go, walk across the street and eat barbecue, go on a hike and when you get back your pie MIGHT be ready. The pie is good but not worth $6 a slice or $42 per pie and the coffee is definitely not worth $2 for 3 ounces (I'm not exaggerating.) We heard other travelers try to give helpful feedback to their waitress who was uninterested and simply said, "well, that's just the way we do things here."
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