Tuesday, June 05, 2012

Wordless Wednesday - La Palma Restaurant

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19 comments:

AVCr8teur said...

La Palma is a well-received Mexican Restaurant on yelp.com located in West Yellowstone, Montana. I would have liked to eat here, but didn't notice it until after lunch.

Indrani said...

Looks empty. All sold out fast I guess.

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

Looks interesting, Does it travel :)

Carol said...

I bet the food is awesome. Love it, looks fun! We had a great Italian restaurant here years ago in an old train car.

betchai said...

thanks for the tip, will look into this one, very interesting. looks fun to eat here.

caite said...

I think they could use a new Open sign..

LifeRamblings said...

looks cool. i hope the food tastes good.

Emm said...

Oooo, how interesting! I've heard of diners on trains before so why not a coach? Glad to see people like them!

catsynth said...

It looks like so many of the creative restaurants and pop-up places I see around here. If I'm ever near Yellowstone again soon I'll try and remember it.

EastCoastLife said...

Would love to have a meal on this coach. :)

cocomino said...

Very interesting. I can't believe that this is a restaurant.

llandudnopictures said...

Meals on wheels!

La Principessa Errante said...

Great shots - Food trucks really are everywhere aren't they?

lina said...

What an interesting restaurant!

I wonder how many diners it seats?

AVCr8teur said...

Indrani: The weather was freezing cold so that's why you don't see anyone eating outside.

Sukhmandir Kaur: I think it is stationary.

Carol: It received good reviews in Yelp and it would be a unique experience to eat in there.

betchai: You can't miss it since the town is fairly small.

caite: Must be the storm that tore their sign, but the neon sign still seems to work.

LifeRamblings: I bet it smells good in there too.

Emm: There is train car attached to a McDonald's and it was a unique experience.

catsynth: Like I told betchai, you can't miss it if you're ever up that way in Montana. I really do like the mobile restaurants that are everywhere now.

EastCoastLife: Wouldn't it be unique if it moved too. Pick up at one stop, eat, and drop you off at another stop. :)

cocomino: People have gotten very creative. Probably cost less to operate than in a stationary building.

llandudnopictures: Isn't it cool!

La Principessa Errante: Yes, they are everywhere now and in high demand thanks to the internet.

lina: I'm not sure, but I imagine it can't be more than 20. I bet during the summer time, there is a line out the door.

de engineur said...

Very interesting restaurant indeed.

Jana said...

this is cool! which kind of food do they serve btw?:-)

city said...

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city said...

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