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May 01, 2009
I went to Coyote Canyon once with my sister. Buffet like setting. All you can eat. The price was reasonably cheap. I believe it was under $10 per person. Good food, love their rolls. They're located in a convenient place.
January 02, 2009
When it comes to Buffets, this is one of the best I have tried!
They have 2 salad bars, one for lettuce and “salad fixin’s,” and one for mixed salads like pasta salad.
My favorite feature on that second salad bar is the carrot salad.
It tastes just like my grandmother’s recipe.
The big attraction to this restaurant is the fact that besides the buffet selections, they also have steaks made to order.
My husband is the steak-eater in our family.
He says the steaks are usually good, but sometimes better than others.
Occasionally, he gets one that is very dry, but mostly the quality is about medium-good.
The featured buffet selections change from day to day.
Sometimes it is Mexican Food night, and sometimes seafood night and so on.
There is also a huge dessert bar, featuring pies, cakes, cookies, and self serve ice cream and sundae ingredients.
Everything us usually pretty good, but once in a while something does not come our quite right.
My son loves the restaurant for its décor.
Naturally it has a western theme.
There are lots of horse shoes and harness pieces on the walls, and a lot of funny signs.
Our favorite is the one that hangs over the first booth.
It says “No wet dogs allowed, “ which just cracks us up.
For my family, Coyote Canyon has become synnonoumous with comfort food.
Whenever anything bad happens, we want to go there. As in, “I just wrecked the car, Let’s go to Coyote Canyon.”
There is always something for everybody.
The three of us can eat there for less than $25, and we never ever leave hungry.
That alone qualifies it as one of the O’Reilly Family Favorites.