We would love to see this restaurant -- in a truly spectacular natural setting -- be as successful as in its heyday. To regain its glory days will require a major investment in the kitchen and a execution of a marketing plan to draw people to it. (On the night we visited, some portions were served cold and there was only one other couple in the room.) We wish the courteous staff and management well because this place is brimming with potential.
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