Uffda Taco's are the best, whenever I step up for one I always let them know that it's my
favorite meal there & I offer a couple of extra bucks for them to build me a bigger one.
I don't know whether it's the combination of the compliment and the extra token but I
always get a HUGE taco to munch on. I like the frybread taco because it covers the four
basic food groups, is very filling, and absolutely delicious.
Food @ the Jam is great, everything from hot dogs to smoked baby back ribs.
one or two vendors sell beef brisket sandwiches which seems to be a crowd pleaser,
very tender and tasty as well. I recommend staying @ the Jam grounds once you're
there & partying, take the shuttle to the casino for breakfast if you're too fried from
the nights festivities to cook it for yourself.
The food and beverage prices are very very reasonable @ The Jam imho. I went to the Dome
'08 & paid $6.75 for domestic beer, a cold sausage in a soggy bun was over $7.00, a very small
water was $4.00; the best deal @ the Dome was a $5 pk of cookies, most calories for the $$$.
Aside from trying the casino for a breakfast or even buffet if you like I will recommend two
local restaurants that I frequent for their true quality and attention to detail.
'BOULDERS' just north ('bout a mile) of Walker on west side of highway 371, open for supper
only. this place is run by Jeff (5 star chef) & his wife Nancy run a great bistro. Bring the VISA
card, dinner for 2 with drinks will set you back $100 as salads, potatoes, etc are a la carte.
'BRAU HAUS' just west ('bout 3 miles) of Akeley on the north side of Highway 34, open for supper
only. Gabby & Paul run this authentic German restaurant during the season, then return back to
Germany for the long winter. The food is moderately priced and the plates (platters actually) are
full of rich authentic German fare, go easy on the great wine & beer here as you gotta get back
to the Jam safe and sound.