Little hole in the wall place. Ate here twice. Had the Hamburgers with fries. Was very tasty. Old style building.
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Popped in here for breakfast en route to Tombstone. We are eight days into a 21 day tour and this was the best breakfast we have enjoyed by far. Great coffee, simple, tasty food, polite and efficient service in a beautiful location. Give it a...More
We had been to the Portal Peak Lodge and cafe a few years ago. During that visit the owners and staff were very friendly, and the food quality was very good for such a remote location. Unfortunately, our recent experience was less than enjoyable. The...More
We stopped here several times for ice cream /snacks/wifi while camping in the area. Feeders out but not a lot of hummingbird activity when we visited. We treated ourselves to breakfast and were not disappointed. Excellent breakfast burrito and a classic egg breakfast made to...More
Good value, cafe basic in appearance and faclilties . Staff attentive and coped very well with food allergies
This is the one and only place that I could see to eat if you stay at the lodge. The food was great. Our group ate 3 meals a day here for six days and I enjoyed it all. The lodge store had a variety...More
We stopped here for dinner at 430pm, April 27th 2017, after our fun adventure driving all the back roads, to Rustler peak, and more, Great food, a couple beers, and great service, sat outside, and enjoyed, after our touring the mountains etc, we will be...More
You might not expect much as you drive up but boy will the food and friendliness surprise you. You won't be sorry you stopped to eat. You can eat outside and enjoy the shade and breezes. We enjoyed watching a baby owl in the tree...More
In the foothills of the Chiracahua mountains on the east side, it's pretty remote. It's also worth sitting a spell and enjoying some really good food.
This is the only cafe within 45 minutes' drive, and their hours are limited. We found the service to be very friendly, and the food was good. They have a small store in front selling mainly snack-type items. They had a gallon of milk for...More