Put in a 100 bill and it locked up immediately, seems like all pays ate hand pays as there are no ticket printers. Bought a 6 pack for layer and left. Bear
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This is one of the few places to stay near Great Basin NP. They are literally right on the Utah/Nevada border. In fact the rooms are in Utah, but the store, restaurant, gas station, campground, and casino is in Nevada. They have what you need...More
The Border Inn is fairly predictable in what they have to offer to eat, but what they do have is well prepared and just what you would expect for a truck stop/bar/casino/convenience store. The staff is friendly and helpful and their burgers are pretty much...More
We stayed in the campground and were very pleased with the accommodations for the low price. It is a handy place for fuel, food, and a bit of casino machines. The breakfast burrito was unexpectedly good in the cafe. It was almost crunchy on the...More
Grumpy waitperson. Very slow service. OK to sub-par food. Next time we're in Baker we'll bring a picnic.
My wife & I stopped in here for a meal... It was the only restaurant open on the day we were in the area, so we wondered how it would be. Excellent. I had chicken fried steak & a root beer. It was all very...More
We tend to avoid casinos but this was the only place open for dinner when we arrived in mid-April. Our meals were okay, they filled the gap. The service was friendly. And the casino was only moderately smoky.
I feel bad just giving this place two stars...the people we met were super nice and accommodating, it's amusing how you check in in one state and sleep in another, and, most importantly, it's the only game in town and beats sleeping in the car....More