Lying on the outskirts of Moab, nearby the Colorado River and close to Arches National Park, is basically a cowboy restaurant with a solid, and interesting menu. If Moab could use something, it would be good restaurants, and the irony that smaller towns throughout Utah boast some pretty good ones is not lost on this traveler. At Buck's, the potential is there.
The Good is the menu. I love all the choices, and it would seem as though there is something for everyone. The Bad is the service, which was as friendly (not) as a rattlesnake. The Ugly is the price of a good meal inclusive of appetizer and salad, which can easily close in on $50.
Not sayin' it is bad. In fact, it may be as good as it gets in this town which exists strictly for the tourism. But it could be better.
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