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Country Store, Dubois

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  • Based on the reviews my husband and I decided to check this place out. Total waste of time. The "Jackalope" was covered in what appeared to be several disintegrating glued-on rabbit skins. Totally gro...  more »
  • A fun place to visit! Great ice cream and chocolate candy. Buy your treat and sit outside on the bench and see the snow capped mountains.  more »
  • I wouldn't normally imagine to get an ice cream in a gas store that is not a regular nation brand one, but here, they have an amazing selection, of what looks like, home made ice creams that are incre...  more »
  • I made the mistake of telling them that one of their coffee blends tasted bad. My wife asked if I could pour it out and pick a different blend. The woman there, said " no way that coffee is too expensive." Then my wife took a sip of her coffee and it was cold. she told the woman working there,"this is cold." the woman working there looked amused and exclaimed the the "mocha" my wife had chosen was "iced coffee" not "hot". then she began laughing as if it were the funniest thing that had happened in that podunk gas station for past decade. Then she said to a local , "she put cold coffee in her cup." and they both began to laugh. my wife and I just stood there looking back at them, incredulous. my wife then said .."well it does not say cold, it only says mocha, " she told the rude gas station worker woman. then she (my wife) tried to heat if up in their microwave but had no success "I will pour it out and just buy another cup."she said, but the woman walked over and lectured her about how she did not know how to use the microwave, grabbed the cup put it back in the microwave and then turned the dial up to approximately 5 minutes. and walked off. so then my wife thought well I will buy some lottery tickets as long as I have to be here another 5 minutes. the tickets came to 22 dollars and my wife gave her a 50 dollar bill. she looked up at her and said" You know it is too early for me to be making change for a bill that large." So, here is my review and advice. 1. I was spending over 60 dollars there, I don't think a free cup of coffee would break the bank 2. You were rude and unhelpful, tourists are your bread and butter, so stop being rude 3. Of course I don't know how your microwave works, or how your coffee carafe's are marked, or what time of day you can accept a 50 dollar bill. so don't be so rude! Don't go here people , unless you want to be told off and laughed at. My wife and I travel quite often and this is by far the rudest place of business we have encountered, bad coffee , bad attitude = bad business