I had a great omelet with pico and bacon, it was spicy but just right spicy, the coffee was plentiful, service was good but food delivery did take a while,
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We walked to dinner from our motel because we were pulling our motorcycle and did not want to have to hunt a place and find a way to park. Rabbit Ear was less than a block away. Looked OK. Went in and ordered a beer....only...More
There were not a lot of places to pick from and was hoping for a little bit more from this place. The food was fair at best. But the bathrooms were super clean as well as the rest of the restaurant.
We were told this was the place to go for our green chili fix. They were correct! The enchiladas with green chili were excellent, They were very busy, but the service was very good.
We waited 30 minutes to eat here as there aren't many places available in tiny Clayton, but sure wish we had tried somewhere else. The front desk person from our hotel recommended this place and as it was walking distance, we tried it. The food...More
Enjoyed a delicious breakfast on June 29 on our way to Colorado. Stopped by for lunch with 2 grandsons on July 5. We waited to be seated for about 10 minutes, which was okay, because they were busy. Once we were seated, we waited for...More
We spent a night in Clayton, New Mexico on our way home from visiting Colorado. The Rabbit Ear Café was a simple, casual café with a good variety of New Mexican food. Try the authentic red chili (a bowl of red with meat, and no...More
We have travel 3-5 times per year from Texas to Colorado since 2008. We literally plan our trips around stopping at the rabbit ears. We are heartbroken when it's closed. The sopa-burger smothered in green chile is a must! Breakfast, hash browns with cheese smothered...More