We ate at the northeast corner table on the front porch, right on the intersection of 7th Street and Cooper. It was a beautiful day to watch travelers entering the elegant old train station across the street (used by Amtrak California Zephyr and maybe others). You can also look across the Colorado River to the Glenwood Springs Resort. Our lunches were fantastic. You might call me a loser but the pullman BLT was the best such sandwich I have ever eaten. Yes, it came with very red heirloom tomatoes, romaine lettuce, great bread, along with housemade chips. The rest of the distinct menu ranged from small salads and small plates ($8 - $12) like kale, parmesan, pinenuts, anc currants and coco nib crusted venison carpaccio to large plates like buckwheat tabouli and braised lamb bolognese ($9 - $15). The service was great.