For a cafeteria style restaurant mid mountain I was very impressed. We ate here every lunch for 5 days. The chile and soups are excellent and very filling. Also had a sandwich and the pizza which I enjoyed. My only complaint was the Hot Chocolate was a bit watery. The prices of the food are very reasonable. Drinks were very expensive. The Chile was about $8 and the Hot Chocolate was about $5. You can get free water from the drinking fountain (cups are located next to the fountain).
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