This mountaintop outdoor grill definitely has a unique location and atmosphere on a summer's day, but you'll pay a price. You can pay $25 for a lift ticket, but for an extra $4, you get a $15 food voucher. If you're going to eat lunch here, this is essential. For 2 sandwiches, 2 drinks, 1 side and a brownie it was over $45. Our vouchers knocked that down (you still paid $4 per voucher), but it was still pricey for an outdoor cafeteria grill. The dining area itself (outdoor deck tables and picnic benches) is not covered and does not itself afford a mountain view. This is a great place to stop for a drink or snack, but there are other restaurants at the bottom of the mountain where I would eat first before getting on the gondola.
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