If you can get past the animal smell, not have to use the rest room this is the place for you. This is a nightmare of a place. Food sucks, service was good though.
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as part of our bed and breakfast stay. The biscuits and gravy were pretty good, but the French toast was marvelous! I am pregnant and craving iced tea of all things, and after hearing of my craving the first morning, they were sweet enough to...More
We've given this place a try every year or so...never gets better....poor service ...mediocre food....and not cheap!
This could be a lovely historic B&B. Instead the owner cannot decide if it is a German restaurant, a low income halfway house, a B&B, a bar (with karaoke for your dining pleasure), or a diner. I had an average breakfast there (with a waitress...More
Mediocre food, service, and ambience. My large family was there for lunch and all the food was not well prepared. I don't know about the German food for dinner, but the we were not happy with the meal.
Was hoping to find a good breakfast, if I want average I can go to Denny's and eat cheaper. Disappointed again over cooked eggs and bacon and coffee not so good. It sits off the main road and if you miss it consider yourself lucky...
I love old historic places, and this place was built in 1893. The atmosphere is casual and friendly, and it's almost as if you're walking into an old friend's house to eater dinner. Half of the downstairs is a lobby for the "hotel" which is...More
Go on Saturday night for German night. We searched Western Colorado for five months trying to find a German Restaurant. This restaurant is only German on Saturday night. But it's worth waiting for. Rita, their German Chef, is a treasure. My husband had the Jaeger...More
Went there last weekend for lunch with friends. Three of us had Reubens and one had schnitzel and it was all very fresh and tasty. Good side salads with your choice of dressings and home fried potatoes, so very German. Nice staff and good cook,...More
We stopped at the Rio Grande restaurant while in the Mesa Verde area because of the advice of a young man working in a bicycle shop in Cortez, CO. The historic restaurant was a wonderful surprise to us. The cook turned out to be an...More