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    Ive read this is a really fun place :) but what is the food like? I guess they have a kids menu given the type of place but if the foods not much good I dont want to go all the way there

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    Dinner you can choose off the menu or the all you can eat skillet which if I remember rightly had chicken, sausage, pork, ribs, potatoes. DH really liked it - I ordered off the menu as I don't eat red meat. The kids can also have a childs skillet or there is a separate childs menu. It is a lot of fun:)






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    i like their canyon skillets, this is a must for me when we visit. have a look at their menu via the menu tab at the top of this page

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    Just noticed Dawn has put the menu up on the site if you click on menus above. :)






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    ooo all the menus! thats going to come in very useful thanks dawn

    I think I had pot roast at the canyon



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    i bet the pot roast is good! i do like pot roast














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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 51557
    i bet the pot roast is good! i do like pot roast
    it was really really nice



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    Ask for straws!
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    Tell them you are really, really thirsty!

    We like the skillet for breakfast and dinner.












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    Its a fun place to eat but the food and atmosphere can be a bit hit and miss. It really depends on who you get as a server as some join in the fun and antics more than others. I wasnt keen on going back for a third time but my 16 and 18 yr olds insisted. Good grief, the place was a mad house. The noise was crazy but the fun was awesome and the kids were having a ball.
    Make sure they dont try and seat you in the back part of the restaurant because you are away from all the fun there. We waited until seats became available and sat in the main area. My two love the place and I know when we go back again we will have to go. This time I think I will invest in ear plugs.
    BTW we always have the skillet. The corn bread is delicious. I was disappointed that they had done away with the sausages and our server told us that very soon the shrimp is going to be replaced by brisket.

    Margaret

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