There seem to be a few mixed reviews of late, but our recent visit to this old-style (think early Julia Child French--it started in 1954 and looks as if the decor hasn't changed since) institution out in the woods in Great Falls went just fine. The dinner selections are multi-course inclusive, and there's great garlic bread and extras accompanying. We tried a range of main dishes, from steak, chicken to the characteristic Alsatian platter (the German touch of this regional cuisine) and all were very good. The wine selection was fine; the desserts fantastic. The service was both personable and correct. The only caution I'd offer is to not eat for the better part of the day, as the meals can be huge and this is not a modern, lighter take on French cuisine. Not sure why someone would quibble with a lovely multi-course meal in this setting, including wine, going over $100/ person (been to a city restaurant lately?) but this is still a great option for a memorable family outing.
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