Honeycomb is a nice anchor eatery for Solitude’s village, and sits as close to the Solitude slopes as physically possible, so you can ski right in during winter and fawn over the deer during summer. One of Honeycomb’s best features is its grand patio, but there’s plenty of room inside as well. Make use of your space by loading up on pub fare, most hearty of which is the bison sloppy joe.
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