You could do better. A good menu but only average food. The the waitress gets thing wrong or forgets, Frustrating.
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During one of my first visits ever, we had problems with reservations and service. I explained the problems experienced on a phone message. I was pleasantly surprised that the owner contacted me and apologized for the experience. He offered to personally take care of my...More
Not much else to do in Cripple Creek except gamble and do a little exploring of the area...Check out the town of Victor, strange little place.....
Went here for our anniversary dinner. VERY GOOD food. The cheesy garlic bread was amazing and large!! Salad was yummy and so was main course, mine was raviolis. Our server was new but did a great job. Hostess could use some more people skills and...More
Hostess/waitress was friendly and very accommodating. We had a family of 4 on a Friday evening. Ravioli and garlic cheese bread were to die for. The chicken marsala and shrimp scampi were good but not the best.
We did not want to eat in a casino and this restaurant is one of the very few alternatives. I'm glad we found it because we had a very good meal there. We ate in the bar area which has the same menu options as...More
Wish I could rate it less than 1 star and help save others the disappointment. First they couldn't seat us because we had a table of 5 people and another table of 4 people. The excuse they used was that they only had 1 cook...More
Good Italian food in an interesting historic atmosphere. My partner ordered Chicken Marsala which he devoured. My Linguine with Marinara Sauce (with added mushrooms) was tasty, and the mushrooms were fresh and plentiful. My only issue was that there was too much marinara sauce for...More
After a trip down into the gold mine on June 19th, 2016, we struck it rich at the Midland Depot on a quiet Sunday afternoon. Our waitress was attentive and brought us great salads, mine with Thousand Island dressing, and delicious warm bread, and a...More
Kind of hard to find a great restaurant in Cripple Creek as the towns main draw is gambling not eating. We thought we would give the Midland Depot at the Imperial Hotel in downtown Cripple Creek a try because we had a discount coupon. The...More