Went there once many years ago. Terrible service, never went back. They are out of business now. No surprise.
LOVELAND - The state has seized the assets of Widow McCoy's Restaurant, an east Loveland landmark for more than 50 years. The restaurant at 1011 E. Eisenhower Blvd. closed recently, and on Tuesday the Colorado Department of Revenue took possession of the property. The state alleges the restaurant owes $29,107 in unpaid sales and wage withholding taxes and interest and... More
We took our friends out and we really enjoyed this place. The price was good and the food excellent! The service was also on top of it and we were not disappointed. We enjoyed sitting on their patio and they took good care of us.
OMG!! This place has leaks all over! We had hamburgers that were over cooked. The service was good. But! The inside was so gross and there where leaks all over the place I felt wet the whole time. I will not be back until I hear from friends or someone that the place is cleaned up.
We went to eat here a few times. Everything was cold, service almost non existent and they don't care!!! You complain to who. You are better off going to McDonald's than here. Awful food, and service. Never will I go back!!
The Widow McCoy restaurant in Loveland, CO is a main-stay, having been here in town for many years. It has a varied menu, including soups and sandwiches and larger entrees. Breakfast is very good. They are kid-friendly and the service and food are good. It's an easy stop in off of Eisenhower Blvd. They also have an area for music... More
This restaurant is a bit more like a diner, but serves up a great breakfast. Bisquits and gravy is tasty and reasonable. Friday nite fish fry is great and all you can eat! They offer a couple different kinds of fish which are all very good. Cole slaw is excellent and fries better than most places. They have dancing a... More
If you want "uppity food and atmosphere", this place is not for you. The Widow provides a good relaxed environment where you can be yourself. No loud music or pushy high sales staff. A good place for families.
We tried Widow McCoy's for dinner. It was just average food with average service. We noticed the breakfast menu looked pretty good so we tried breakfast the next morning. The food was better. However, it was more crowded for breakfast so the service suffered. I asked for dry toast and they bought me toast saturated in butter. I asked for... More
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