We've eaten dinner here several times. It's a different experience than breakfast or lunch. You are seated and waited upon. There are white linens and the tables are set very nicely. The background music are classic jazz and pop standards from the 30's and 40's (which we love).
The food is very good and presented wonderfully. They specialize in small inexpensive portions that you put together to make a complete meal. They also have a limited, but good, selection of local Colorado wines.
It's a relaxing, quiet place. In nice weather there's a patio area to eat in, too. Make time after dinner to walk around the main building and enjoy the very lovely gardens.
This is part of the Hospice center but you'd never know it. But part of the profits do go to support that charity, which is a good one. We know that, but for us we dine there because of the food, the service, and the atmosphere. If you're searching for good food in a quiet atmosphere, right in town, we'd suggest Spoons.
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