Cedar pass lodge, Interior, United states, North america

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Walking past the city of Interior, you will come across Cedar Pass Lodge. Although listed here, Cedar Pass Lodge is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Interior.

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  • Good place to have lunch or dinner, even for vegans. They have a nice salad bar and a fantastic Black Bean Burger. Also, check out the Indian Taco - deep fried bread with toppings. They can make a vegan version too.

  • Restaurant only: The food was fine & not too badly priced for what it was. It took a long time after I was seated to get a menu / water due to a miscommunication. My waitress was Meghan. Maybe she was having a bad day or she was new but she seemed to struggle to get basics done (I never did get a napkin) while the waiter serving several tables next to me seemed to do it with ease & still have time to check in. I was only halfway through my dish when she put down my bill (I guess no dessert.) & walked away while I was asking her for a box. She also completely failed to mention you have to pay up front (it's not written anywhere) so I was sitting there for awhile before the other waiter finally helped me.

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  • Below average food, and that is being kind. Tasted like a bad college cafeteria. Good location if you're in the badlands, but I would recommend driving to eat somewhere else. We had a buffalo burger (way over cooked, no flavor), a chicken sandwich (chicken was diced and gross), and a chili dog (how do you screw up a chili dog? Ask the cook here.) Decent gift shop though.

  • The cabin was very luxurious, clean, fresh towels and soap etc. The sky full of stars was amazing! Restaurant was good as well, we had the taco with fried indian bread with topping. Delicious!

  • Well, it's your only choice in Badlands. Not terrible and service is good. Food not fantastic.

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