When we pulled up to this place, parking near the back door- there was man in a cowboy hat playing guitar, and running the smoker. We knew it would be good and were not disappointed.
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I had the special, which was a child verde burrito, and it was incredible! Starts sweet and then gets very spicy. The server (maybe owner?) said it was his grandmother's recipe and is becoming a regular menu item. The tri tip and burger were also...More
Because the choice is rather limited in Panguitch book upfront if you can (but when we left somebody told us it was not possible to book a table). So check out the website. We have been waiting outside for 45 minutes before having shown to...More
There’s nothing fancy here. The food however is beyond delicious. My wife had the Chichen Fried Steak and I had the Smoked Tri-tip roast plate. We both had the mashed potatoes with country gravy. There are no words to describe the Tri-tip! Just order it!...More
739 reviews and counting for an average diner in a tourist town. Staff was very nice, food was ok, CASH ONLY. Next trip, we will try another place.
Our group numbering 12 people, entered the restaurant for dinner. This place could not accommodate our group and seat all of us together, however and nevertheless made sure to charge a group gratuity added to our bill. Even more confusing was the need to pay...More
Cowboys looks like a bar from the outside. It’s located at the corner of Main Street and 100 North. But it is a great place to catch dinner. Personally I am tired of BBQ places offering sandwiches only. Cowboys doesn’t offer sandwiches, but rather slabs...More