We were passing through Longmont and meeting a client who had recommended this spot. We thought at first we had made a wrong turn, but we found the place with no problems and dinner al fresco was perfect (despite some menacing clouds and a few raindrops). Dining outside is recommended if the weather cooperates. A wide variety of inventive martinis are on the menu -- we all had different entrees and everyone was happy with their selection. The "almond joy" bar dessert was excellent; the crème brulee was good but not outstanding. Be sure to make reservations as the place is almost always full to capacity, according to the locals. We dined outdoors, so I didn't see all of the indoor seating, but it seemed just slightly claustrophobic... I'm sure it's cozy on a chill Colorado evening. All in all, an excellent dining choice and I would definitely return.