You would not go to this restaurant if you were not already on the mountain, but for a quick lunch in a good full service facility, this does the job. I like the bowls of chili, but it is a comfort food kind of place with cafeteria style service. Always bustling and busy and a good place to warm up. The prices are higher than you would pay at normal altitudes ($35 for a couple of chillis and a hot chocolate) but the convenience makes it worth it.
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