We visited Madison Crossing in October right before YNP closed for the season. It was an excellent choice for a couples night out, the lighting was just right, the menu, though not extensive, had nice selections. We had New York Strip steaks, with roasted red potatoes and perfectly (not overcooked) green beans. a house salad. They have a better than average selection of single malts and a well thought out wine list - not large but well chosen. There is a small bar which would be a nice place to stop for a drink. A few specials were this night were wild game lasagne, rainbow trout, huckleberry bread pudding. Prices were reasonable for the quality. We pass through West often and didn't know that this restaurant was here - glad we discovered it this trip!
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