We stopped here for lunch and were glad we did. We had tried to find a place to sit in the sun in the center but everything was full so we were glad we got a table outside and enjoyed the snow-capped mountains behind us. Not the most beautiful part of the town but the owner is delightful and personable and really took his time with us. We were happy to come back for dinner. Unfortunately, we had come after the rush of skiiers and some of the meals weren't available but we still enjoyed what we had ordered. By the end of the meal we were the only ones left and we enjoyed the fireplace and good music. It was a Sunday night and things close up early as the weekend rush is gone.
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