Some boots were made for walking but Little Boots Country Diner is meant for eatin’. They are on the west side of the strip and was referred to us by the hotel clerk. It’s a small restaurant that can make for low key lunches. The walls and shelving are festooned with porcelain boots, hence the name. While they are not in the middle of the country, they try to go for a country/cowboy feel. While not as advertised as much, they also have their specialty, fair-trade coffee beverages and coffee-house necessities.
As for the important part, the food tasted good. The salads are good size but most of the other foods are average portions. Other people have mentioned that their burritos are pretty hefty and it is a common place for breakfast. Somehow, the country-fried steak that I had seemed fitting for the surroundings. It’s the kind of place that also looks to eat local. Being in the middle of the north country, they are moderately priced but would be considered reasonable by local standards.
Overall, if your looking to unwind and relax, it’s a good place to visit. You know you need to visit a place when the locals and tourists both seem to enjoy eating there. Next time you have had your fill of cowpunching and pounding the “Old Chisholm Trail,” stop by Little Boots for some grub.