We were looking for a place to meet up as a group for lunch during a day of skiing. We wanted somewhere good but quick, and not too expensive--and this place was exactly that. It was delicious, and much more affordable than the options on the mountain.
Was a little concerned that a group of 6 wouldn't fit, but we there were plenty of tables despite the small restaurant. Also convenient to take a sandwich to go and eat outside.
The sandwiches we had were The Masterpiece, The Piglet, and The Phoenix. All were delicious, and we would order again.
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