We stopped at this cafe for breakfast before driving through the Rockies. The place conveys an old-time wild-west atmosphere with plenty of zany sayings that decorate the walls. The breakfast menu has enough choices to satisfy anybody, and the coffee is self-serve. Most of the breakfast choices are typically North-American, and they include toast and homemade hash browns. We chose a cheese frittata, and the helping was quite large; it was also quite heavy( fatty). This said, do not expect a Michelin-star studded gourmet temple, but a straight-forward cafe with very filling food, which can be helpful if you hit the road for the entire day and have no time for lunch. It worked for us!
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