From the reviews, it sounds like breakfast and lunch are the best meal here. It is a very cute, quaint, little house, with the old fireplaces and polished wood floors a testament to the original building. We had dinner, and the entrees were very good. After a week of local trout and steak dishes, we had the meat loaf, as the preparation sounded interesting. Something we rarely eat. It was very good meat loaf. I could see the chunks and bits of vegetables in the mix, and the texture added to the flavors. The glaze and bacon on the outside really kicked it up a notch. The meal started with an excellent salad of field greens, sugared walnuts, blue cheese and slices of fresh apples. It was very good. The young chef has a gourmet touch, and the good food education shines through. My husband had the tomato basil soup, one of our favorites. As it was our last night in the mountains, we really wanted a nice dessert. They had a very small selection left unfortunately. They said they got wiped out at lunch. Coming into weekend dining, this was kind of sad. I got a cup cake, which was basically dry and tasteless. Oh well. The big loser was the coffee. In this day and age of fabulous coffee at even McDonalds, you would think this would be a no-brainer. WE LOVE COFFEE! If this is you... order tea! What came in a clear mug, was so thin and transparent, it looked like diluted herb tea. And it had no taste at all. I did mention this to the waitress, and she said she put one spoonful in the coffee maker, and that is how it comes out. Not a good response. Someone must have missed Barrista class that day. I would definitely come back here to dine when returning to our mountain place. Hopefully the coffee recipe will be tweaked.
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