We had dinner at the Virgin Sturgeon for the first time in many years. The location on the water can't be best; although the hike through the airplane ramp is an e-ride. The decor is really funky and untouched over the many years since I was here last. The view outside made up for the quaint ambiance inside. The surprise was the quality of the food. I had a salmon with a great sauce that was more like French cuisine than the river food you would expect. This place should be discovered by the "diners and dives" guy on television. It was a fun experience.
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