We were here in july, so the experience is probably entirely different during ski season.
Setting: it's a beautiful room with high ceilings, attractive and comfortable wood furnishings arranged in private seating groups with table and chair options or sofas or sofa chairs. In the bar area their are high tables with bar chairs and there is a lovely deck with big fire pits, none of which are lit in July. The views are the surrounding mountains, so this is a greatlace for a drink.
Service: there was one staff member serving the entire room with maybe six tables of people. She had to wait tables and make drinks, including the drinks for the steak house downstairs, so service was slow. She knew little to nothing about the beers and there was no beer list. There is a wine list with maybe ten selections by the glass, but given the limited turnover and the clear disregard for quality control ( more on that later) make sure if you order wine by the glass that it's a recently opened bottle. The server was very friendly and pleasant.
Food: if I could, I would give the food a minus ten. I have never been served celery that was so obviously rotten, slimy, limp and disgusting. That the chef and waitress would both let this show up at a guests table I still find. Unbelievable, and it came with two of our dishes. We ordered a dozen chicken wings thinking fried food would be save at a place with such limited turnover. The wings can be tossed with one of four sauces from BBQ to super hot. We chose to leave them I tossed and to have a bit of each sauce brought to the table. The wings were meaty and good but they were served with this horrific celery. After seeing the celery our party decided to stick with food that was not fresh. The wings also came with carrots that were completely dried out and hard as a rock. We would have left at this point but there are very few options in Brian head so we thought the second course would be better. We were wrong. We ordered the buffalo chicken sandwich which was a pounded, hard, dried out breast of chicken with buffalo sauce. It had no flavor and came with the lovely celery. We also had the artichoke dip that tasted horrible and old served with extremely stale and, if you can believe it, stale tortilla chips. Inedible. We returned that. Our waitress was very good about it and took it off our bill. Finally, we had the lulled beef with BBQ sauce. The beef was dried out, tasteless but it came with kettle chips that were at least crunchy and not stale.
Beverages: the waitress was also the bartender and clearly was not well trained in this area. There is a full bar but no cocktail menu. We ordered a couple of coffee drinks for which she did freshly brew the coffee but the drinks were barely edible. The wine by the glass was a very small pour in an unsuitable glass but the petite sirah, bilge, was good.
Overall, I will never eat there again but might have a drink for the views and atmosphere.
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