Food was pretty good. Had chicken and fries, nothing crazy. Atmosphere was amazing. Colourful and wonderful service
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This place looks so cool from the outside, you hope to see yourself immersed in the old Wild West, but the disappointment settles in as soon as you step inside. The show is pretty cheesy and the fried food offered is a guarantee for a...More
Had to wait for 3 or 4 minutes while my fish was freshly cooked. A good portion of both the fish and the chips for about $9. Batter was light, none of the food greasy. Will (and have) eat here again
Just came to eat this time, when there was no show happening--still an enjoyable western dance hall vibe. There was a player piano clanking out familiar country tunes, and kids pretending to play it. The food is fine quick-service, though nothing for vegetarians. One small...More
This place is really a lot of fun. Be sure to reserve a time when you first get to Disneyland because if it is crowded that day you will not be able to get in. They serve food, but you don't have to buy it...More
Good fish and chips with malt vinegar. It can be hard to find a place to sit inside the Golden Horseshoe, but the Stage Door Cafe has the same menu and their is usually plenty of seating outside.
Very smilar to the show that used to be performed at Disneyworld. It brings back old memories of what once was
We had never been to the show at Golden Horseshoe. The sheriff stood outside trying to get us all to go in so we did! Our friends had been and said it's pretty funny. We ordered fries, chicken nuggets and chili fries for a snack...More
We stopped for lunch and got a show, too. The food was a bit like fast food but the chicken nuggets were crunchy and tasty. The actors and audience volunteers put on a corny show. We had as much fun as the actors.