This is a gem. Off the beaten path, in Colorado Springs. Carlos greeted us in the parking lot, which apparently is the norm. That added to the local charm. Service was quite good. Menu is really varied, which was a bit strange (from seared Hudson Valley foie gras and $75/glass Chateau d'Yquem to Italian to Mediterranean veggie pasta), and prices were not cheap, but quality was quite good. Prime beef, Colorado rack of lamb, one of the best creme brûlées I've ever had. Good wine list. I think the main thing that would make it truly tops would be presentation. The dishes tended to be too busy to let the food truly shine. This is definitely a repeat, though! Carlos has something special here!