Lovely little restaurant in and old cabin style. Good choice of breakfasts done in their own style but all good range
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For more than 30 years I have visited this cafe when in the city. Consistently nice service, nostalgic and good wholesome food. Great location and a stroll along theBow River afterward is a delight. Everything we've enjoyed on the menu here is good. I'm partial...More
Regrettably, I was not able to experience the 1886 Buffalo Cafe because they decided to close during operating hours at 12:55PM. I would understand if they had a legitimate reason like a power outage. The cited reason they decided to close? "I had no customers...More
Good breakfast here. Good selection , big portions. People from the nearby hotels seem to go here like we did to escape the expensive buffet breakfast at the hotel .Service can be spotty and keep in mind its in the original mill bldg. from the...More
I'm in the area a bit, but just noticed their outside side reads "restaurant coffee bar." So I went in thinking they've made a bit of change, but it turns out, it really hasn't. The coffee is just average, and they really don't have any...More
Quite a different decor from anywhere else due to the building's history; check out the old photos in their basement museum. I had the Benny; was very good.
Stepping into this vintage old shack is like going back in time 70 years, right down to the old telephone on the wall I remember from my grandparents' farm. The prices, however, are very modern day and expensive and the quality of the food is...More