My hubby and I ate here for our pre-Christmas trip just last week. We made reservations ahead on Open Table, but it wasn't busy since the real season is suppose to start this week. We loved everything about this place. It is a little hard to get to because you have to go around a little to get to the front door. It's decorated like a charming French cottage/chalet with heirloom dishes that we fell in love with. Our server was great and very knowledgeable about the menu. It's a preset 4-course menu but we opted to not do the wine pairing which is extra. We started off with the butternut squash soup, which was fantastic (and that's saying something since it's squash soup), then we both had the rabbit roulade as appitizers, also absolutely delicious. Then, I had the Speerhead fish with an Asian-style preperation, fantastic, and my hubby had the which he loved. For desert we were moved in another room with a fireplace which was warm and quiet. I had the house apple strudel (which was like a glorified apple pie) with vanilla ice cream and my hubby had the chocolate bread pudding (which was more like a chocolate cake). Overall, best meal we had in Colorado this year, the deserts weren't as impressive as the rest of the meal, but we would definitely go again. Will note it was also the most expensive.
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