I a "local" who sometimes forgets how great dining at Q's can be. Went tonight with my husband and had a lovely dinner. It was quiet enough to have an actual conversation across the table without shouting, unlike the many very loud (but good) restaurants we have in Boulder. This is a white-tablecloth, fine dining restaurant without a hint of stuffiness or snootiness. The waitstaff were attentive and friendly. The food was delicious. While the menu isn't extensive, it has something for everyone, and every dish we had was fresh and perfectly prepared. The beet salad that my husband had was excellent, with roasted golden beets and arugula. I had seared scallops that made me wish I could take searing lessons from the chef. My husband thoroughly enjoyed the special of the evening - mahi-mahi. The brussell sprouts were amazing - and I don't generally care for them. I will order them as a side vegetable when we return. For dessert we shared a flourless chocolate cake with salted caramel ice-cream and creme fraiche - an outstanding blend of flavors. The whole meal was excellent in a lovely, historic hotel. This is NOT your typical hotel food. I wouldn't hesitate sending anyone there who is interested in a fine dining experience. It was not outrageously expensive, but it's not casual dining cheap either. We ordered two salads, two of the most expensive entrees on the menu, one dessert to share, two coffees, one mixed drink and one seltzer and the cost was just under $100 - well worth the price.
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