Sitting and listening to the Arkansas River on their beautiful outdoor deck is to revisit often! Good burgers and smoothies.
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I host a social group and planned a tubing expedition down the Arkansas river with 15 people. Not only did my group of 15 show up, but also another group of 12 at the same time! Not to mention the other tables with smaller parties....More
The ambiance of this restaurant is incredible the River trail is nearby with an abundance of trees, wildlife, and sandy beach. Rafts and canoes are allowed.
Could be a real gem with some improvements. But has it's own charm with deferred maintenance issues. Have been there 5 times in last year meeting musician friends for regular open mic nite. Staff is nice but could be understaffed at times. Food was mostly...More
I would have to say we had a pretty good meal on our first visit to the Coyote Grill. The atmosphere with the river and the outdoors made our meal pleasant. The malts and shakes were spot on and delicious, the fries seemed hand cut...More
Let me start with the positives: The food was very good! The location was beautiful and inviting. We were invited to attend the "open mic" night, which was absolutely amazing - well run, fantastic talent, very mellow. Now for the issues that basically ruined the...More
Went today with a group visiting the nearby Raptor Center. The restaurant itself is a quaint place with interesting décor. There's a nice patio overlooking the Arkansas River. That's where the 'neat' stops. Supposedly they didn't serve lunch today, but did anyways. There were out...More
Went for Mother's Day Brunch, and all I can say is absolute disappointment. When I hear brunch buffet, what comes to mind is a selection of salads, side entrees and a few protein options. Their entire buffet consisted of: green salad, thin, cold rubbery quiche,...More
I took My Mother here for Easter Brunch today and I couldn't feel worse about my choice. Sorry Mom. The food was horrible and the service was worse. They offered beef, ham and salmon. The beef was like shoe leather, the ham was grey in...More