My husband and I had eaten here before but first time inside. Beautiful, HUGE logs and beams w/ interesting antiques and a gigantic old (working) tiled wood burning heater. Food is very good. My husband ordered the Sausage Trio and I had Weinerschnitzel that covered the plate. Tender, cooked perfectly, served hot. Our server was efficient, a bit aloof at first but warmed up. Neither of us could finish our most generous meals but we did make room for their homemade Apple Strudel which was as authentic as any we tasted in Germany, Austria or Switzerland. Dinner prices a bit high but so is the quality and, the cost to run an establishment in that location is no doubt steep. I can't imagine it not appealing to skiers and snow bunnies. Would suggest calling in the summer as their hours can be sporadic.
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