Visited here twice for breakfast while visiting family. The menu is simple but offers decent variety and both items I had were tasty. Overall, no complaints.
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Great American food, fish and chips were great. Hamburgers big and juicey. great selection of beers, they fill growlers, have unique growlers for sale also.
We have eaten here a few times, the food is good, reliable, but a little above average in our opinion.
We had cheeseburgers here and enjoyed the woodsy decor with unique and fun items to look at. They were able to substitute gluten-free bread in place of buns, but there must have been some breading on their fries of which they were unaware, since we...More
The best place of 3 we tried in La Pine. A really good breakfast place with interesting decor and quirky but delicious food. The Redneck Eggs Benedict with gravy and biscuits, instead of hollandaise sauce and English muffin was delightful. The staff and local customers...More
Convenient breakfast place on 97. Greasy food hits the spot. Fast service and offers growler fill with lots of local beer options.
This is one of the best places in LaPine because they actually make their food, it's not prepared. For breakfast I've enjoyed their breakfast sandwich. Their Reuben and Patty Melt are awesome too!
I really enjoy the waiting staff and owners as they go out of their way to make your experience enjoyable. Many choices from local microbreweries are on tap and tasting can be quite an interesting experience.
We were greeted right away,they took our order on an electronic tablet, food was at our table fast and well-prepared, and the price was good for the amount and quality of the food. It was near Halloween so the decorations were not family-friendly necessarily, but...More