Pulled Pork was tasty, as were the grilled veggies. The side salad was basic. The coleslaw resembled coleslaw, but the waterery dressing was lacking in consistently and didn't really adhere to the vegetables.
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Ole's is world famous for the wide collection of wild game mounts from all over the world. PETA and environmentalists need not stop! Ole's is a step back in time . . . the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s when the owner opened up after Prohibition was repealed. From his profits he hunted all over the world and brought back some... More
When researching the area for an upcoming trip...I ran across this restaurant and it looked interesting, so we had to try it out...actually had dinner and then lunch the next day here too because it is one of the only restaurants around! LOL! Dinner was a disappointment...our waitress actually was complaining about how tired she was! LOL! Expanded to tell... More
Traveling with a group of friends on the way home from a convention. We had no reservations but they were able to move tables a accommodate 11 of us. The food was good and the server was friendly and efficient. Sam also kept checking on everyone's drinks.
I was on a road trip from Chicago to Denver. I happened to be hungry and stumbled upon this place. It is an old town right off the freeway. It is family owned and all the meat is from their own ranch. I happened to order the buffalo steak. The food was very good and the atmosphere was unique. All... More
Had to pull off the road to see this place. Had bison burgers which we pretty good. Thought the menu was a tad expensive. Now for the real reason people go here - the stuffed game: full sized polar bear, heads of lion, elephant, and a giraffe head, neck, and shoulders. Very sad to see them all hanging there, but... More
Read about this place in a new book about the Oregon Trail, so we had to try it. Very unique furnishings, stuffed animals and heads, lots of bar décor, even saw cowboys and Indians in the same room. Lots of traffic for an October weekend. It was fun, but I didn't like the food all that much. My wife's chicken... More
I had the cheese steak and hubby had the bacon cheeseburger, both were good, service was very nice. What really stood out was all the animals hanging on the wall. Ole was an avid hunter and shared all his pictures of his hunts along with the animals he hunted. There is even a polar bear!
Husband and I enjoyed the special - fried chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, and ice cream for $7.99 each. It came out quickly and tasted great. Our server was so nice and friendly, but very slow with the dessert, water refills, and the check. I hate to complain, but we were there for 45 minutes, when we could've been out... More
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