While attending the Lone Pine Western Film Festival, we ate here on the recommendation of a local and my wife's cousin, a frequent visitor to Lone Pine. We weren't disappointed either! I had the flat iron steak at the recommendation of her husband and my wife had the lamb. My steak was tender, juicy, without any gristle or fat. My wife's lamb was great as well. Her cousin had the ahi tuna entrée, which I sampled too. The four of us ate for a combined $220 (including tip), which we had been told by the local to expect. Easily the best restaurant for dinner, which is the only meal they serve. Reservations are mandatory, particularly during the film festival.
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