A bunch of us try to get up here regularly during the time they are open, we consider ourselves regulars for the last 5 years we have lived near Boulder. We have never been disappointed. For $25-35 you get a huge meal, everything is tasty and well presented. The bartenders are attentive and make great drinks, so if you can get here a bit earlier than your call time you can enjoy the ambience in the bar. Many evenings there is some sort of entertainment, check the website. They also have a light bar menu so you can get on up here and enjoy the place if you are not in the mood for a belly-buster of a dinner. There are also weekend shindigs out back, barbeque style with bands. They will accommodate dietary restrictions like gluten-free and vegetarian, just let them know when you make the reservation, and you WILL NEED a reservation. It is true that the service can get a bit sketchy when the place is full but you can always get someone's attention if you are just a bit patient. This is a mountain town, it is NOT your 'New York minute' kind of place so just relax and go with the flow. We have taken people of all ages and everyone has been very happy. It does get a bit loud so be mindful of that if you have elderly or hearing-impaired guests, you'll want to seat them appropriately. The owner/host has even brought out a more comfortable chair for one of our very elderly guests.
If you have limited time in the area, I would say that this place is a must. Bring your camera, there are many opportunities for great pictures, inside and outside. If you have very small kidlets, I would probably ask for a table near the wall or corner so they can 'hide' under the table with some toys while the grown-ups linger. Babies might get a bit upset, if your baby can tolerate noise then it should work out. There is a nice big front porch so somebody could take the screamer outside to calm down if necessary.
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