The place was busy on a Friday with a nice cross sectoin of people at the bar. They beer from 3$ PBR to $5 microbrews and wine was resonably priced between 6 and ten dollars a glass. The menu is the same in both the bar and the restaurant so we chose to sit in theh dinning room.
We mentioned we were just stopping for a quick bite to eat so they served us very quickly. I had a wonderful butternut squash ravioli and my wife had seared Ahi tuna both dishes were very good. With soup, an entree, two glasses of wine and a cup of coffee the price came out to be $60. We felt it was a fair value for a good meal in a mountain resort town.
The only critique I have is my ravioli was on a bed of spinach that I felt should have been cooked very slightly to get the raw out, and there were carrotts on my wifes plate that she felt the same way about.
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