A family restaurant, pub, and game room that is open daily for lunch and dinner and offers an eclectic menu of Mexican dishes, unique sandwiches, ... More
A family restaurant, pub, and game room that is open daily for lunch and dinner and offers an eclectic menu of Mexican dishes, unique sandwiches, chicken, and steaks, complemented by a soup and salad bar. Live entertainment and a big screen TV are also provided.
The food is great! I heard they re-hired the cook they had last year! I was very happy with my food, but the waitress was horrid. She was rude, and constantly checking her phone. It took her forever to take our order, and her fake black dyed hair was gruesome. I will go back, but will request a different waitress next time.....
The restaurant was very busy on the week between Christmas and New Years Eve. We waited about 35 minutes for a group of five. In their defense, they had three large groups immediately before us. The food took a long time to arrive and they charged for refills which was extemely frustrating, but overall the food was good and affordable. The mexican food was not very good, but the chicken fried steak was very good considering the price. If you travel to Angel Fire at a time that isnt very busy I would recommend this place simply because you can get a decent meal for cheap, however if you visit shortly after christmas I would not suggest this place because it will be crowded and its nothing too special. Ultimately, you know what your going to get....average food at an average price and how busy it is can make or break or visit.
Food was ok, - nothing to write home about - Reasonable prices. I got the impression that this place caters to locals. As a tourist in the area, while in Zebadiah's, the staff gave me the feeling - oh, you are one of those -.
What's good about this place? Well, the prices were moderate, even though it sits in the Angel Fire resort area. The waiter, Bryan, was attentive enough, if a bit edgy with his jokes, comments. My wife seemed to think her hamburger was pretty good, and so did my son.
What's bad? I had chicken fried chicken, but it was not a breaded breast, like i've had at other places, it was some kind of pressed chicken meat. You could compare it to a chicken fried steak made of that pressed meat. Then, the ribs, which costs over $10, had very little meat, lots of fat and bone.
Ok, the worst thing is that this building is built in some kind of big chalet style, but takes little advantage of the beautiful mountain views of Angel Fire. If it were mine, I would at least cut a hole in the upper west wall, and put in a window so customers could view the Angel Fire sunset.
Again, the food won't kill you, but won't please you either. The competition must really be abysmal in Angel Fire.
One of the few full restaurants in Angel Fire...Has changed ownership quite often...keeps going out of business. It's an OLD building, and they have some pretty cool old antique items perched all over, but they are NASTY and DUSTY looking. Makes me worry about what might fall into my plate. Waitresses are smart-alecky for the most part, and really don't care much about being nice to customers. There's an attached bar which some real alcoholics and biker-types hang out. The tables and chairs are the white plastic folding tables from Sams, and the chairs all mismatched. Salad bar sucks...can hardly be called a salad bar---a couple of items and unmarked dressings. FOOD IS NOT BAD, however, sometimes really good, sometimes tasteless. Lots of older people and locals seem to eat there, maybe cause the prices aren't too bad compared to most places in Angel Fire. If you like to be ignored by the waitstaff, and not sure of what you will get quality-wise on the food, then go for it. I prefer to NOT eat there, but my husband likes their mexican food and fish. Their veggie of the day seems to always be CORN. I have to admit, their chicken-fried steak isn't TOO bad. But definitely nothing special. And it feels funny sitting on a dance floor at a foldup table, with dusty musty OLD things sitting all around. Just my opinion.
Just want to start out by saying the staff is completely un-professional and rude. They are extremely racial, unless you are white. I will never go there again, unless of course they have new management and new workers!
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