We arrived for happy hour, (great happy hour menu...the burger, fries and Cesar for $11.00 looked really good... We'll be back to try), had a couple of really good margaritas before seating done for dinner.
We had the Lamb Shank and beef tenderloin filet, both were very good. The fish of the night sounded wonderful as well...but I have yet to cook a good lamb so I always try it when it's on the menu.
The serving size was more than we should have eaten in one seating for the lamb, and the tenderloin was the perfect size. And we made room for dessert, creme brûlée that was good, but not the best we've every had. (The Lodge in Tahoe Donner has the best creme burllee).
The service was friendly and attentive for being a busy restaurant.
We'll be back!
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