This is definitely more of a three-star restaurant, but a few stand-out dishes bumped it up to a four, specifically the buffalo ribs and the game sausage. The sausage was juicy and dripping with flavor, the ribs were enormous, tender, and totally delicious. These two plates alone would be worth a return visit. Everything else we ate was pretty much average to below average (salads were ok, crab cakes were fine, elk tenderloin was pretty tasty, vegetable sides limp and lukewarm.) The atmosphere is a little cheesy, what with the mounted animal heads, the knick-knacks, and the license plates, but it's fun enough for a mountain vacation meal--pretty typical steakhouse ambiance, really. Not such an exciting beer selection, especially given the quality of the local CO brews. Dinner wasn't cheap, but the portions were generous.
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