Little white house with a wide white porch at the top of the street. Great burgers and fries. Family atmosphere.
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Service was quick and efficient. Decor was nice with some antiques. The only problem we had on a Wednesday night was they were out of a lot of things because they don't get their food truck order until Friday. Food was ok, not great.
Good food and good place to stop while touring the area. I have three women with me (a wife and two teenage daughters) and we all found options. The signs said the owners wanted to sell the place, but it still was a good choice for my picky eaters.
Fairly decent food... in a real old fashioned western town of yesteryear You will tal about this eperience for a loooong time.
Buddy and me stopped in, lady was great, quick service. Food was fantastic. This has to be best place in town to eat. Prices were very reasonable with a large amount given. The Buffalo burger was grand so my buddy said. Fries & pie was to die for.
Stopped in after a long motorcycle ride. Waitress was very pleasant and quick to bring us beverages and menu's. I told told my friend to be prepared for high prices because it is a tourist town. What a pleasant surprise to see that they weren't overpriced! We both ordered the Reuben sandwich but had them prepared differently. It comes in... More
The name of this restaurant is now called outlaws café and sweet shop . We stopped here for lunch, and it was really good. It is a come as you are place right on the historic Main Street in historic building in Virginia City. The food was great. I had a BLT made with fried green tomatoes it was very... More
Plenty of standard food, but it's tasty, and it's not expensive. Worth the time, even though VC is a tourist town, you get decent chow here.
I went to the Outlaw's Cafe this last weekend. The waitress there was very rude when we walked in the door. She informed our party that we weren't allowed to place any tables together. So we could sit but couldn't move any tables. Then she said we would have to pay an 18% gratuity for our group. That I was... More
The Outlaw's Cafe & Antique Shoppe was a totally unexpected pleasure! My wife and I stopped for lunch while visiting Virginia City in mid-October. Since many of the local businesses were already closed for the winter, we chose the Outlaw's Cafe primarily because it was open. The cafe is small, with perhaps eight 2-person and 4-person tables and four counter... More
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