The menu doesn't vary much, the elk is usually perfect. The martinis are great. Do not sit in the small tables near the kitchen, try to get a seat near the river. We had an anniversary dinner here that was wonderful and went back the next month with friends who thought we were crazy for giving it raves. On that night the food was cold and took forever to arrive even though there wasn't a crowd. They seem to be on top of their game during high season and indifferent during low season. We do keep going back, though.
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