It has been a long winter but thankfully the spring season is finally upon us. As the temperatures have been heating up, and the snow finally melting, many anglers have been given the green light to head on down to the Bighorn. All over fly shops and lodges have been preparing for the new season, and so have the local eateries Hal’s Cafe, and the Tailwater Restaurant. Before you eagerly set your sight for the river remember to stop in to get your appetite satisfied.
Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner Hal’s offers a variety of choices to satisfy your needs. Open at 7 am Hal’s Cafe offers a breakfast ranging from scramblers, omelets, and breakfast burritos, providing the boost you need for that day out on the river. Need a lunch? Hal’s has you covered, as they can provide you with a sack lunch to keep you fueled as the day of fishing progresses. Serving from 5pm-10pm Hal’s offers a dinner with a variety of choices. You have starter options such as soups, salads (with homemade dressings), and wings. The starters can be followed by meals such as burgers, enchiladas, and the highly favored baked mac and cheese. Coming soon to the menu will be an arrange of different styles of pizza.
Also opening April 1, 2014 just down the road, be sure to set your sights on the new Tailwater Restaurant (Garrison Stoker Resort). The Tailwater is located just past Bighorn Fishing Access, on the way into Fort Smith. They will provide full dining in their newly remodeled restaurant, and will provide a comfortable atmosphere for all to enjoy. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner the Tailwater Restaurant will satisfy all of your needs. Breakfast will consist of such things as french toast, pancakes, and biscuits and gravy.Dinners will range anywhere from Steaks, Pasta’s, Pizza’s and of course mouth watering Prime Rib, followed by homemade desserts. If driving an RV or pulling a camper, the Garrison Stoker Resort will provide the electrical hookups that you need. You will be able to enjoy the warmth of a fire as each designated camp site comes with a fireplace.
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