We had made a reservation, as recommended, for 7:00 PM and arrived about 15 minutes early. They graciously seated us early. My husband had alertly noticed that the restaurant had two levels and asked if we could be seated upstairs. What a great choice that turned out to be! We had a table facing the large windows overlooking the mountains to the east. Sunset happened as we were dining and turned mountains bright gold. It was amazing. Just as wonderful was the service and the food. The special soup of the night was a warm beet soup that was yummy and comforting on a chilly evening. My husband chose the ribeye, which came with potato medallions that were like small, twice-baked potatoes and grilled asparagus. Delish. I had the grilled swordfish, accompanied by risotto, artichoke hearts, and shrimp. Sooooo good! We finished with a cookie sundae made with a chocolate chip cookie from a local bakery, a salted caramel gelato, and chocolate sauce drizzle. Yum. Shannon, our server, was friendly and knowledgable. And suggested the perfect wine to accompany my fish, a Chardonnay/Viognier blend that was smooth and well-balanced.
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