What a nice place to run across! We came down out of Rocky Mountain National Park, and were looking for dinner. We came by Big Horn and decided to try it. It was 2058, they closed at 2100, but the restaurant staff very graciously invited us in anyway for dinner.
We all got salads; a vary basic salad bar, the ranch dressing was excellent. I also got some of the veg soup, liked it a lot.
Raegan and I got the fried chicken. Excellent! Three pieces, breaded and fried up perfectly, really tasty. Erin got a Rocky Mountain trout; ate every scrap. Ian got a ribeye; it was a bit thin, but cooked medium just as ordered, and a very good steak.
The iced tea was excellent, some of the best we’ve had on this trip. The staff, all of them, were super friendly. I will gladly eat here again one day. Our check was $88.04. A bit expensive, but it was in a mountain town, so somewhat expected.