This place is in what was once Caroline's Cuisine then the Grand Lake Brewing Company, several miles south of Grand Lake. We've been here for lunch & dinner, & they also do a Sunday brunch. The menu is limited ~ burgers & salads, a few upscale/different dinner entrees ~ but everything we've tried so far has been good. The butternut ravioli is very tasty, as is the strange little roasted beet & brussels sprout salad. We especially love the bacon wrapped dates appetizer (yes, they sound bizarre; but they're delicious!). Decent wine list & beer selection (tho they've been out of my husband's beer choice twice now). They need more wait staff but the folks they do have are friendly & efficient (the owner often helps out). Atmosphere is nice, not fancy: dining room, a bar with tables & a tv, & a small but pleasant outdoor seating area. Prices are high (in keeping with this touristy area) but we're grateful for something new in town. We'll go back for more.
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