Our family stopped here on our way through Utah and we're very glad we did. The hostess/servers were all very nice and the food was great. The country decor reminded me of my Grandparents' farm in Colorado.
While we were there about three groups of what-looked-like ranchers came in. If a bunch of locals frequent a place, that's always a good sign. Also, our kids ate their whole plate (which is also a good sign). I'd love to stop here again next time we're in the area.
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