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Post Posted: Oct 18, 2016 11:11 am 
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Post Posted: Oct 18, 2016 2:50 pm 
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I completely disagree with keg. I think Twin Forks should charge cover! All comedy clubs have a cover charge. Maybe introduce some drinking games or shot specials. You know, kinda like if Hillary smirks and rolls her eyes, drink! If Trump calls ANYONE a name, free shot of well booze...no call or premium, rotgut only. Maybe even introduce a game. First ever Presidential Debate BINGO!


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Post Posted: Oct 29, 2016 9:34 am 
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Beginning November 6th. 3:30-6:00 PM. Acoustic Jam / Americana/ Folk / Bluegrass / Country / Originals! Refreshments available. Hwy285 at Turkey Creek So. Twin Forks Tavern.

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Come jam with us. 3:30-6:00 every Sunday afternoon in the private dining room. Bluegrass, folk, country acoustic.


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Prime Rib Friday! Went there for our anniversary last night. Great service and wonderful food! Twin Forks Rocks!

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Has anyone eaten at Twin Forks Tavern in Morrison and, if so, what was your experience?


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There's an 8 page thread on Twin Forks in this forum.


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Twin Forks is our new favourite place. We go there quite a lot. The food is similar to the Bistro at Marshdale, but a tad less expensive. The ambience is great and there's an interesting wine list.

We thoroughly recommend it. :)

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We've eaten there several times and like it. It's our go to place if we want a nice meal, but don't want to drive into Evergreen.

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I was there for the first time with friends last week. The meatloaf (which comes with mashed potatoes and string green beans) is the best I've ever had! A little pricey but worth it! :) And...the service was great. :)


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GO HERE. My Review: Fantastic experience! Welcomed by the owners and staff. Very warm and friendly. The food was incredible! This is the place for your special night out! The Chef made it all come alive with masterful use of spices and sauces. They should patent their scalloped potatoes and the butter rum cake melts in your mouth bursting in flavor. Don't get locked on the menu because they had so many wonderful specials. Seafood to steaks to Italian, this restaurant soared to the top of our list! We had the halibut, beef medallions and the New York steak! All beautiful! This restaurant is a jewel,

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Finally tried Twin Forks last night for our anniversary. I would rate Twin Forks as moderate to good. My husband usually works nights, so to get there on a Friday night for prime rib has been a challenge. I ordered a salad, which was mediocre, but am allergic to vinegar, so requested something else. They didn't have anything else. My 4 scallops with rice was good, but not great. No vegetable. My husband had the prime rib, which was good, and came with baked potato and green beans. Most high end restaurants offer some type of bread, which they didn't. The staff was very warm and friendly. I don't think we'll go back, but it was fun to try a new place.


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