We hadn't planned to eat here but found ourselves feeling hungry late in a morning that included an unexpected delightful visit with the Colorado Musical Festival orchestra while it was rehearsing Rachmaninoff's Second Piano Concerto in the historic barn-like auditorium. The 20 minute wait for an outside table overlooking the lush lawn was worthwhile. Vegetarian Benedict accompanied by fresh fruit looked good enough to warrant a showcase-style photograph and tasted wonderful. My wife's oatmeal with fresh fruit were equally appealing and satisfying. Various incidentals enhanced the experience, including the busboy who poured water from half empty glasses into adjacent potted plants as a conservation measure, and the conversation at a nearby table that featured an apparently successful older man (grandfather?) counseling an obviously bright teenager (grandson?) about applying to top flight universities. The sliver of time that we spent there may or may not be representative but it left us wanting to come back for more.
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