We had the basic breakfast and the steak and eggs. Everything was cooked perfectly, except the hash browns were a little dry. This is a place where you order at the counter and they bring your food. Definitely worth checking out!
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We had a great breakfast at Park & Main, the last day of the Butte Folk Festival. The choices were many and served hot and fast, with a smile despite how exhausted the wait staff must have been after serving who knows how many meals...More
Great little local place with made from scratch everything. Had the orange cinnamon rolls which are HUGE and gravy biscuits. Delicious! Kids didn't like their cinnamon rolls but they're weird and the adult at the table who got one loved it. It's huge. Like the...More
We were passing through town and wanted to grab lunch on our way out of town. The waitress was fast to clean a table for us, but after placing our order. It has been an hour sense our order was placed and we still have...More
We chose this for lunch based upon its convenient location and the TA reviews. Meh, we were not so impressed. You go up and order from the counter, sit and wait for the food - which in our case was decidedly average. My order was...More
Went around the lunch hour. My son and I both had the steak burrito. Excelleny. The steak was very tender. The potatoes are to die for. My husband had the corned beef hash. Another excellent dish made from scratch. The service is slow but the...More
I had breakfast or brunch here half a dozen times. Good food, atmosphere, service and value. It's sometimes crowded but worth the wait.
My daughter treated me to breakfast at the Park & Main a couple of weeks ago. I ordered the strawberry scone, which looked delicious, and then noticed that my daughter ordered the sticky bun. So, I changed my order and I am so glad I...More
Biscuits and gravy seems somewhat ordinary, but a Park and Main, it is anything but. Everything is made from scratch and being a B&G lover, I have tried them in Lousiana, Montana, Washington, East Coast, etc and these are the best. What makes a good...More