We ate at Django's after a 40 mile mountain bike race. It was very convenient for us as we were staying in the Lodge at Mountaineer Square only a few steps away, which my tired legs appreciated. It is highly recommended by CB locals even though it is up the hill at MCBR.
Reservations were easy and we were shown to our table immediately upon arrival. We ate rather early (6:30) so the room was not full when we arrived. It did get lively and was full by the time we left at 8:30 The indoor space is not large but is laid out well and we did not feel crowded. The noise level was good and we never had a problem hearing each other.
The menu is a series of small plates. The staff recommends 5-7 plates as a dinner and the worked well for us. The staff also recommends that you order all of your plates at once so the that the chef can order and pace them correctly. It also probably helps the kitchen workflow.
Each dish is attractively presented and they were very well paced so that we never felt as though we were waiting for the next one.
All that being said, it boils down to how good the food is. It was excellent! We enjoyed every plate from the nibbles to the roasted brussels sprouts (their most popular dish) to the slow roasted duck leg.
It is not a budget dinner, but we had planned for one 'big night out' during our stay and were happy that we chose Django's for it.