Food Type
This price range is approximate per person. It includes drink, starter, main course, dessert, tax and tip.
Your milage may vary.

$     - Cheap, under $15
$$    - Not bad, $15 - $30
$$$   - Vegas average, $30 - $60
$$$$  - Upper end, $60 - $100
$$$$$ - Really special occasion, >$100
Our Rating
What we though of the overall experience.

*     - Bad for you, great for RC Farms
**    - So so, but not worth a second visit
***   - OK for a quick bite
****  - Good enough to make us regulars
***** - You're not there yet?

Our Observations

Ever since we found one of these while visiting our property up in Reno, this is our "go to" place for weekend breakfasts. Although this is a franchise business, it never feels that way. The owner/manager is always by the front till, greeting the customers and welcoming them to the establishment. The portions are large without being obnoxious and the food is usually pretty good. We only come for breakfast, so we can’t comment on their other meals.

The place is usually packed on Saturday and Sunday mornings, but don't let all the people standing around waiting scare you off. They turn tables rather quickly and the wait usually isn’t more than 10 to 15 minutes. If you bring kids, there are plenty of stuffed bears and other bear related items that can keep them occupied while you wait. One word of advice--if you go on Sunday, try to get there before the local church services end. It seems like that this is the place people like to come after church and the wait can be up to 45 minutes.

Once seated, the service has always been top-notch. No matter how busy the place is, the servers always seem to have a smile on their face and make you feel like you're their most important customer. We've been coming here for years and it doesn't look like they have a lot of turnover in the front of house so the workers must enjoy the atmosphere. It’s usually no more than a minute or two before you have your menu and the waitress is ready to take your drink order. Their coffee is good and we'd recommend their fresh squeezed orange juice. Unless you know exactly what you want for breakfast, the drinks will be there before you're done reading through the menu.

I mostly order one of their three egg omelets (the California or I'll choose my own ingredients). No problems with substitutions here. The omelets come with hash browns which have always been crispy on the outside and warm and moist on the inside. My only complaint would be that the hash browns are under seasoned, which could be good if you’re on a low sodium diet. I'll include a side of their sausage links to add a bit of meat to my meal. The links have just the right amount of seasoning to have that sausage bite without being overpowering. They are large, fresh and juicy instead of the small, wrinkled ones that have been sitting under a heat lamp that you get in some of the larger chains. Their buttermilk pancakes are large and fluffy and have never been over or undercooked. If you don't think you can eat the full meal, try ordering from their "Little Less" menu. The omelets are made with two eggs instead of three and all the portions are a bit smaller.

The bad part about this place is that it's out west Tropicana which is a bit of a drive for us. We wish they'd open one somewhere in the northwest, although then we’d be eating here more than we probably should.

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