Good clam chowder and excellent spaghetti carbonara. My wife's filet mignon was cooked beautifully and the sides were good too. They bring warm bread to start and have a fairly extensive wine and beer selection. The location is perfect if you're staying at Sugarloaf itself since it is right at the base of the mountain by many other shops. We have eaten there each of the last three years and go back each time. We had a party of nine and were seated immediately and the service was excellent. Of note, we have only been there midweek and it appears that they have space for many more people though I don't know what it is like on weekends. We plan to go back next year as well. We find the Sugarloaf Inn (200 yards's walk down one of the access ski trails) and The Rack (just down the hill on the access road accessible by the free shuttle bus or by car) to be the best and Gepetto's is right up there. We have not dined at the new "45 North" which replaced the old restaurant in the Sugaloaf Mountain Hotel (different from the "Sugarloaf Inn" referenced earlier). 45 North is very pricey and in a different budget range entirely from Gepetto's, The Sugarloaf Inn, and The Rack.
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