EXCELLENT FOOD. I adore the chain, but this location itself is sub-par. The waitstaff are nonchalant and the hostesses are rather rude. The guys in the back kitchen were singing as if they wanted to try out for some scaliwag reality tv singing competition. VERY UNPROFESSIONAL. Honestly this restaraunt needs to revamp their waitstaff but their chef is suberb. I applied to work at another location but didn't get a call, however I am a chef. I guess the waiter thought I was Simon Cowell or Demi Lovato or something because he sang loudly everytime he came by our table. I also called to ask when the chicken and waffle half off special was and got lied to, really not o-k. I think it was the black lady hostess who did that. I don't like game. Not to mention I hate pop music and I'd rather drive to their location on the strip and having it piped into the in-house music system and hearing the waiter (even tho he can sing he has a DAY JOB to do and it ain't singing poptart crap to me) belt out top 40 Idol hits kept me from coming to this location, pretty bad when i'd rather drive to the strip. If this was my kitchen heads would roll.
this is a great location for a family getaway or Staycation during the winter school break if you are in Las Vegas as a local or want a break from the strip. We stayed one night with two elementary aged children. We stayed in cabin 9,which I believe is one of the largest they have. It is located near the office and parking lot but is set back far enough from the road so there is no noise. I was pleasantly surprised by the size of the cabin and the amenities. I was not expecting much to be honest, but was impressed as the cabin had two elaborate four poster beds, a two sided fireplace, two large sofas, a flat screen TV for DVDs, a jacuzzi tub and large dining table. The cabin also has a nice balcony/ deck with porch swing and chairs. We enjoyed the serenity, proximity to the Lodge for dinner and beautiful views of Cathedral Rock. The kids enjoyed sledding in Lee Canyon near the Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard resort. You can't beat the fact that it only takes 30 minutes from Las Vegas and you are a world away! Bear in mind this is a rustic setting so the furniture is scuffed and hodgepodge, don't expect more and you won't be disappointed.
My son and I were looking for a good breakfast place during our visit to Vegas and Eat had lots of positive reviews so we decided to give it a try. We showed up around 1pm and there was a 15-20 minute wait. We stuck out the wait and we were both glad we did !!! The menu is pretty small (which I like) and consisted of a bunch of classic comfort food items with a twist. After much debate my son decided on the truffle egg sandwich and I had the chicken fried steak. They were both really yummy and we thoroughly enjoyed our meal. The portions were pretty generous and I was only able to eat about half of my dish and took the rest home. The coffee was good and the service was really excellent. We also really liked the vibe of the place and the clientele which consisted of primarily young hipsters and foodies. Some of the other items that looked really good were the pancakes (lots of people seemed to be enjoying them), the corned beef hash, the grilled cheese, and the huevos motulenos. We'll have to try them next time, I guess !!!