OK, I asked for a recommendation at the front desk at the hotel and the check in gal said Fontana's was fabulous. Guess her definition of fabulous and mine are not the same. 7 pm on a Wednesday and there are only three tables being served (including mine). Cavernous wood paneled tomb feel to the place. The bartender was nice. The hostess/waitress was pleasant enough. I opted for the Steak-N- which consisted of a 10 oz. sirloin, a side salad, bread and the smallest restaurant served sweet potato I've ever seen. Size of a plum Unfortunately, the plum sized potato was the best part of the meal. Ordered the steak medium. It was slightly past rare. Returned it. Less than a minute later it was back. Much hotter but not cooked much more. Chef Mike at his best. Too tired to argue. Server asked if it still wasn't cooked enough. I replied "no". She took it away and returned with my bill. My dog will love the doggie bag. Take my advise. If you are in Iron Mountain and you want quality food, cooked right, served by attentive staff and worth the money, don't go to Fontana's. Go to Spiro's. Have the shrimp and polenta cakes. Thank me later.