Very nice atmosphere. Breakfast was good. We heard of long wait times to be seated we did not experience this. Family of four got seated quickly. Only reason to not give it a five was the price. Four breakfast plates over 50 bucks.
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It's not about cookies. A local persuaded us to go there. We had avoided it because of the name, assuming it was about cookies. Hard to get in during tourist season, but worth the wait. Had lunch and breakfast there. It was all good. Attentive...More
It's a real compliment to a place if I'll eat there for BREAKFAST on a vacation, as I'm not an early bird and often skip the meal, and there's that frugal voice saying "Why not just eat what they have at the hotel?" (if you...More
I just went to Cookie Jar for breakfast and was not disappointed. It has a cozy diner feeling. My group had the bierock, country breakfast, and biscuits and gravy. It was all wonderful. The biscuits were fluffy and the gravy was perfect. Felt like I...More
One of our family members was told by a passenger on their flight to go to this place for breakfast. We were staying at Pikes Lodge and their morning breakfast buffet was about $17 per person. Fortunately we had a rental car and decided to...More
Local restaurant- first time visitor-clean Food-lots of choices and service friendly! Fairly large portions- go hungry! I ordered the Denver Breakfast Burrito, our table also ordered a hamburger, omelette (which could have fed 2) and a Monte Cristo (again enough for 2)- Nothing exceptional- just...More
Thoroughly enjoyed lunch at this local eatery. Try the patty melt - it was delicious. Crab and cheddar quiche was excellent. Waitress was very helpful in recommending customer favorites. We did not have dessert, but they were enticing as is the candy counter with a...More
we eat breakfast, here mostly but do have lunch from time to time. portions are very good and the food is always good. great hamburgers. cookies etc are great.