Let's face it, usually on-mountain dining consists of chili, or BBQ, or some kind of sandwich/pizza deal.
This was awesome.
First thing--the only way to get here is to ski to it. So those in your party that want to meet you for lunch by taking the Gondola--they are going to have to go elsewhere. And those that only ski greens...see ya some other time.
This place is a tiny cabin...but cozy and charming.
The soup is a must--tomato and Gorgonzola. She had the pasta which was made fresh and fantastic and I had a prosciutto and arugala sandwich which was good.
This is my favorite wine bar in the country. Depending on the weather, sitting outside on the deck with your lunch and wine may very well be the best option. Wear sunscreen though!
The server was friendly and clearly has had experience in fine dining.
This place is worth the money...IMO.
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