The food, menu and service are all quite good. The wine pricing and selection are both superb. We've been several time during a to month stay here. The best wine we enjoyed was a Pinot Noir that, with the five dollar corkage charge, cost $34. The winery's website listed it's retail price as $44 and two other good restaurants had this same wine on their lists for $75 !
The food pricing is a bit low for the quality and imagination of the dishes. And if you want a great cheeseburger with not over-salted frites, this is the best burger we've found in the desert.
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