Stopped here on our way to Cody mainly to use the rest rooms. Picked up a couple of magnets for the fridge.
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We ate here twice. Once for dinner and again for breakfast. The dinner was fantastic and Tara, from Chicago, was an excellent server. The breakfast was also very good, but it was WAY too expensive for what we actually got. We had pancakes and coffee,...More
We ate here one night because we did not want to drive the 50 miles to Cody again for dinner. Maybe we should have. I had the trout which, honestly, was not that bad. But my wife had the liver and onions (I know, who...More
We really enjoyed our 2 breakfasts and 2 dinners at Pahaska. The space is welcoming. On our way to breakfast there was a bison having his breakfast on the front lawn! Also watched a squirrel drop a couple dozen pine cones on the ground. It...More
This to the last stop before entering the east entrance to Yellowstone Park and a must stop to experience the best omelet in the world. The are chuck full of Ingredients and it almost seems like the eggs are secondary doing nothing more than holding...More
What a nice staff! Good food too. It was late, the NE entrance road had been closed so I had to go out the eastern entrance towards Cody. Not only did they scrap me up some hardy chili with a salad but once I enquirer...More
After having a less than restful night, it was good to have a very good breakfast with excellent coffee.
We had a party of eight including four children. The kids menu actually had a couple of items that usually aren't available like pasta Alfredo. I ordered the pasta Alfredo with grilled chicken. The Alfredo was authentic. It seemed like reduced cream finished with asiago...More
This restaurant was very quiet when we entered for dinner and this always sets off warning bells. We needn't have worried. My husbands' steak was cooked to order along with real mashed potatoes and gravy. His salad was crisp and our beers were nice and...More
This is the perfect place to stay while visiting Yellowstone National Park. It's very close to the east entrance of the park. Staff is friendly and accommodating. George the Bartender is the best! We loved that Bill Cody's hunting lodge is on the property and...More