We had the breakfast buffet adults $13, kids $6.50 - it was pricey but we expected that. They had eggs, bacon, sausage, cut up fruit (honeydew, canteloupe), oatmeal, assorted pastries, french toast, pancakes, bagels, toast.
The second night, we had reservations for dinner at the Peaks Restaurant (inside the lodge) - the food was just okay and pricey but again we knew this going in and had planned accordingly, spent $100 for 2 adults and 2 kids including dessert. I asked the server what cut of meat the flat iron steak was - she had no idea and went to ask, when she returned
she told me it was top sirloin - I knew at least that much that she was incorrect. The views from the dinning area are amazing though.
Overall the food was just okay and very overpriced. We probably wouldn't eat here again, would go to Lodgepole market/deli instead.
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