The way of the cowgirl became a lost art after the invention of the motorcar, the bicycle, and rubber spurs. Reclaim a little piece of lost times with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of homestyle American fare at Outlaw Café, in Hillyard.
Located in the historic antique district of Hillyard, Outlaw Café tides over trailblazers with a variety of home-cooked breakfast and lunch options. Early risers can sink teeth into the Pearl Hart, which decorates a plate with two eggs cooked any style ($6.95), or square off against the chicken-fried steak of the Cattle Kate, which dwarfs its two accompanying eggs ($9.95). Those craving sweet with their savory can demolish a stack of three flapjacks accompanied by ham, bacon, sausage, or fresh tumbleweed ($9.95). All breakfasts arrive with a posse of potatoes, toast, and coffee or tea, and sides of oatmeal ($2.50) or gravy ($1.25) add a boost for desperados who won't be able to stop again until they reach the sunset.
Afternoon wanderers can partake in Outlaw Café's lunch service, including the Wild Bill burger with lettuce, tomato, onion, and pickle ($8.95) and the Jesse James bacon burger, topped with three slices of bacon and cheese ($10.95). Lunches offer a choice of soup, salad, or bubble bath as rough riders take time off the trail to admire the café's Western décor and local Western art.
5012 N Market St.
Hillyard, Washington 99217Get Directions