Morrison >Morrison Inn
Best Margarita in Town. Margarita's is the best here, this 5 star is just for margarita, Food is a 2.5 stars, if you don't have to eat it - dont or your hungry i would eat. But the food basically like opening canned food warming it up and serving it. Staff is nice, and courteous 4.5 stars. Like I said after a long hard day, and if you can eat like at the fort, do so but to end the day with a blast, stop on by here for a picher of the best tasting margaritas in town!!! The bad thing is you don't taste the alcohol but one pitcher later, your feeling great!!! Warning bring a DD cuz you'll need one. The original one is the best, eventhough they have like 20-30 different kind of flavors.
Disgusted Diner. One of the worst dining experiences ever. I have four things to say about the Morrison Inn, terribly unknowledgeable service, and flavorless food, watered down margaritas and horribly overpriced. Absolutely not worth it!
Ammodium Required Inn. We have been to Morrison Inn several times and had a good experience each time...but boy has it gone down hill. First we opted to stay inside to dine..bad idea (too noisey and next to the kitchen when they had tons of other seats available) We asked to move up to outside and our waitress gave us a look that could you know what despite our polite apologies. Then we had the most sweet, non-tequilla watered down marg we've ever had for $6!!! Our meal came fast which was nice...but at 4AM that morning it came even faster and non-stop making the next day at work terrible. The worst part of it all...we chose to go there for our 10 year Anniversary after a nice day of hiking without kids...only to end up in the toilet all the next day. We will NOT be back again!
Terrible Dining Experience. This was over priced, had low quality food, and watery margaritas. I will never go back. Our bill for the margaritas and 2 appetizers was $54. The food wasn't close to worth it and the staff wasn't friendly and helpful. I would never recommend eating here unless watery drinks and over priced food is what you are looking for!
A Huge Disappointment. The Morrison Inn was the choice my grandmother made to go on her birthday. I was absolutely appauled of the service we received and the quality of the food. First, our group was stuck in the back room that had no heat. Then I asked the waitress for waters for everyone. She looks at me and responds, "its gonna be like 20 minutes." I asked if she was serious, apparently she was. They had run out of dishes...???? Water is a necessity to life and when I am dinning I think it should be no problem to have. I ordered one of the starred items on the menu, "Juan's Favorites." I was again disappointed. The inside of my burritto was luke warm. And after it was delivered to me, I didnt see a waitstaff to have heat it up for 20 minutes. I ate my meal in disgust. ALSO, a salad is a side option to an entre, however this "mexican" restaurant only had one salad dressing option - cesar. Totally bazaar in my opinion. I will never go back. The food was blah, and overpriced, and I can make better margaritas myself. HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE
Avoid during fly season. We have never been so turned off by a restaurant as we were by our visit to The Morrison Inn. Starting at the water glass that came with food on it, to the straw that came with lettuce on it to the last straw of a half a dozen flies flying around our food when it was served. We were eating inside, not on the patio. We were told that we just had to deal with it since it was the season for flies. We packed up our food and left. It was impossible to eat trying to shoo the flies off our dishes. We were barely given an "I'm sorry" on our way out. We will not be going back.
Innovative Mexican-style foods. I have eaten at the Morrison Inn a number of times, and I love the food. On my last visit (july 2006) I selected "Roberto's Favorite" burrito. It's a nice plate of food, with an unusual and savory burrito made with chicken, spinach, artichoke and a wonderful queso sauce... No, it's not really a mexican dish at all. But it sure is delicious, and one of my favorites too. With a nicely limed Corona beer, a great meal. A casual, creaky-floored place with wobbly tables and affordable mexican style food. This is not Pete's Satire, it is not Ophelia's on olde Wadsworth... It's the Morrison Inn... another beloved, quirky, unusual mexican place that really delivers what patrons want. Great food. If you like to whine about watery margaritas, try the house margarita. That's the ticket. People who know; order the top shelf margarita. Macho...Por Favor....
Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors. Mountain men and bikers mingle with families at this local landmark, famous for Mexican fare and Saturday and Sunday brunches.
It's just a tourist trap.... And a bad one at that. The Mexican "food" has barely any flavor and the margaritas are sour with very little tequila, assuming there actually is some in the drink. I also have never heard of a burrito having bbq sauce in it!! The only positive thing I can say about the Morrison Inn is that they have a large deck that's open in the summer.
Best place to eat and relax.
The Morrison Inn Rocks! Great food, great service!
Thanks for a special memory! I will be back someday.
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