It 'does what it says on the tin' at the Dusty Boot. Good value steaks, burgers and Tex-Mex fod, perfect for a hungry family after a day on the slopes. However, for the non-Americans, be warned - you don;t need two courses unless you're Desperate Dan! Service was welcoming, enthusiastic (loud!) and friendly. There was a good range of micro-brew beers but slightly dodgy wine quality (why weren't we drinking Margheritas?) and unfinishable sodas for the kids. The ribs were excellent, the brisket very average, the prime rib collosal! Our teenaged kids loved it.
Get there early (by 5.15pm) or be prepared to wait 30 minutes.
If a relaxed, noisy joint with hearty and not-at-all-bad down to earth meal at decent value is what you need, then this is the place!