We went there for our 49th anniversary. We'd heard good things about it previously from discriminating Coloradans and and will go again before too long. The decor is Victorian extreme in the parlor including a horsehair couch, doilies, and knick knacks, stuff that makes my husband nervous but I enjoy. The dining room is modern with nice touches. The food and drinks were excellent. I had fish, my husband had duck. They also have a fine wine list. Our waitress was a highly competent, soft spoken lady. I kept an eye on the food of others around us and thought it looked good, too. I so appreciated the quiet atmosphere of the place and the properly spaced tables. And we did not feel rushed as if someone was hovering nearby for our table. Bring only well behaved children who will feel honored to be included in a visit here.
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