There were four of us at lunch on January 20th. While not an inexpensive meal, the dishes served were quite unique, i.e., their special trout appetizer, followed by a variety of of sandwiches not always found elsewhere. Even though one sandwich sounded ordinary, that is, the roast beef, it turned out to be unusual and delicious, including the side fruit salad. Another choice, which was outstanding was a fried oyster and spinach loaf sandwich which was excellent.
So what are the negatives? The drinks, we felt, were overpriced. For example, we had a red Arizona wine which was $10 per glass - rather steep, considering it was a local wine which we would expect to be more reasonable considering its source. Two martinis, which were good, but were also second tier (having asked for Ketel One which was not available).
We have decided to stay in the area overnight and join Overland Trout for dinner.
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