The famous Rattlesnake Saloon has reopened after their annual closing for select winter months. They’ve added some new menu items and they’ve released their schedule for the rest of the season.
Back in September we visited this well-known dining attraction. It was a unique experience that you don’t want to miss.
We hit a late lunch/early supper — we call it lupper. The crowds were minimal around 3:30 or so. The food was great. The kids love the monster burgers they got on the children’s menu. My husband and I enjoyed our food as well. We ate inside the saloon which features quotes on the wall, a rattlesnake display (no-live snakes) and quirky decor.
Things really got busy around 5 p.m.
What to expect:
You’ll need to catch a ride on the restaurant taxi or walk down to the restaurant down a steep dirt road.
The food was good and relatively low priced. If you walk down the hill, it’s steep so wear appropriate shoes. If you have someone that can’t climb in the back of the truck, you can ask for special assistance at the front desk.
Hike up to the overhang above the restaurant. It’s a cool perspective. Don’t miss the artwork at the top of the entrance.
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